My Birthday 2010

My birthday (3/25) started out like this a week before the big day . . . .

The day before my actual birthday, this bottle of milk was delivered to my door.

Shortly after, this box of mini cupcakes arrived from Kara’s Cupcakes in San Francisco.

The morning of my birthday . . . 4 am to be exact, this tiramisu cake woke me up with a candle to be blown out.  Let’s just say this cake did not make it past 4:15 am . . . major sugar high followed by a severe sugar crash by 5 am.

When I finally woke up from my sugar crash, I ended up at the Cheesecake Factory with this Red Velvet Cheesecake calling my name!  No mercy . . .

I was rolled out of the restaurant and this welcomed me at my front door.  By the way, I HATE this carpet!  My condo just installed it outside my door. YUCK!

A couple hours later, I was scarfing down a juicy steak at Ruth Chris’ steakhouse, washing it down with a bottle of Malbeck.  I was a bit tipsy when it was time to open up my gift here.  I’ll show you what was inside later.

Can you believe I had ANOTHER dessert after the steak?  I’ve lost count of birthday cakes at this point.

Why the hell am I taking this cake home?  I’ll let you guess how long it lasted in my fridge.

I must say, I’m STILL stuffed, so I must end this blog entry for today.  Thank you for all the birthday wishes everywhere!  . . . on twitter, facebook, myspace, and VIP Members!! You guys made me feel VERY special today! 😀 xoxo

Dancing with the Stars!

Catch me next year on ‘Dancing With The Stars’! 😛

Can you handle this? :P

I found this description of an Aries woman the other day … since it’s my birthday tomorrow, I thought I’d post it.   I found this to be pretty accurate.  I’m an Aries on a Pisces cusp, so to get a full description of me, you have to add a Pisces twist to it.   I’ll post another post of a cusp baby in another entry.  HAPPY BIRTHDAY ARIES!! 🙂

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Aries: The Amorous Nature

If you fall in love with an Aries woman, you’ll never lack for excitement. But are you the kind of man who can handle a full-blooded independent, forceful female? Because that’s what Aries woman is.

This passionate, intense creature can’t give a tepid response. She’s a fully stocked fireplace, with logs, kindling, and paper, waiting for the touch of a match to set her on fire.

In her relations with men she is domineering. You can either accept it or leave. If you stay, you’ve made the first concession on a long road. At the end, you’re likely to find you’ve been molded and shaped to fit her image of what her love should be.

What Aries woman wants, she gets. When a man meets an irresistible force like her, he tends to become a highly movable object.

She needs love and gets more than her share, but no man becomes her lord and master. She meets a man on equal terms. If he offers loyalty, she repays him in kind. If he is untrustworthy, she also repays him in kind.

In love she will be faithful, but she expects total fidelity in return. Her jealousy is rooted in possessiveness. She doesn’t want a lover who has too many other interests. She wants all of him—or nothing at all.

There is an important distinction to make about her jealousy that may be useful in helping to understand her fundamental character. She isn’t jealous because of a feeling of insecurity (the root cause of most jealousy, but because she has to be number one.

The Aries woman finds happiness in a long term relationship. She enjoys sharing everything with a lover and she is highly affectionate, even sentimental. She will be your staunchest ally, fight side by side with you, believe in you, encourage you. She’s a marvelous companion for a man on the way up or fighting to stay at the top because she’ll give him all the strength and determination she has. She’s definitely ambitious.

When she does not feel she is loved she can become shrill and demanding. Above all, she won’t tolerate being ignored or neglected. The straight road to perdition is a relationship with an unhappy Aries woman.

She wants to be understood and appreciated for her unique qualities. If you handle her with tact and give her the admiration she needs, this vivacious, active, mischievous, sensual, fascinating woman will do anything you ask.

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St. Patrick’s Day Myths

Today is St. Patrick’s Day, and for a lot of people that means green beer and “Danny Boy”.   But I’m here to tell you . . . it’s all LIES!  Here are the five biggest myths about St. Patrick’s Day . . .

#1.)  ST. PATRICK WAS IRISH.

Nope. He may be the patron saint of Ireland, but he was from Britain.  Fifteen hundred years ago, he was kidnapped by raiders, taken to Ireland, and sold as a slave.

–He worked there for a few years, escaped, then returned to Ireland years later as a Christian missionary.

#2.)   ST. PATRICK IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE COLOR GREEN.

In fact, the color green used to be considered unlucky in Ireland.  In Irish folklore, people who wore green were kidnapped by little fairies called “the Good People.”

–Green became associated with St. Patrick because he used the green three-leafed shamrock to symbolize the holy trinity of Catholicism.

#3.)  IT’S A PARTY.

Today, that’s pretty much ALL we do to celebrate.  But in Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day was a national holiday for religious observance.  And until as recently as the 1970s, pubs there were closed on March 17th.

#4.)  “DANNY BOY” IS A FAMOUS IRISH SONG.

“Danny Boy” is probably the most famous “Irish” song.  There’s only one problem:  It was written by an English guy who never set foot in Ireland.

–His name was Frederick Weatherly, and he took some lyrics and set them to an Irish tune called the Londonderry Air”.  And the song “When Irish Eyes are Smiling”?  It was written by Chauncey Olcott and George Graff Junior . . . both American.

#5.) IRELAND IS ONE COUNTRY.

Probably best not to bring this one up at a crowded Irish bar, but before the English colonized America, they colonized Ireland.  And they screwed it up there too.

–In 1921, most of Ireland became its own country, with the capital in Dublin.  But six counties in the north remained part of the U.K., called Northern Ireland.  It was supposed to solve the troubles between the English and the Irish, but . . . not so much.

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Rump

How do you think my rump looks today?

Meet Me @ XDC

Meet me Saturday, March 20th at the Irwindale Speedway for XDC!    I’m giving away free posters to the first 200 people so get there early!  I’ll be there from 2 – 6 pm.   Can’t wait to see you there!!!
Pick up your ticket at:  https://xdc.webconnex.com/events/irwindaletickets2010

Toe-rific

So ‘they’ say I’ve developed a slight addiction to my iPhone and taking useless photos of my dogs and my feet . . . maybe I have . . . just a little 😛

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I like white toe nail polish.

Don’t hate! 😛

Someone made herself at home inside my wardrobe bag after my shoot.

My foot was stuck under her head for hours.  I didn’t have the heart to move it while she was so comfortable.

Does this photo make you dizzy?

Tessa’s trying to sell some equipment so she can get a new collar.

Tessa’s stressed on moving day.

Trying hard to get the day started …

Pedicures are always nice …

I love Tessa’s underbite! It must be love.

My feet look all crooked in this photo … don’t ask why. 😛  Green socks for good luck!

Hello?

The girls like to spoon.

Can you guess what my favorite physical feature on Tessa is?

Point the toes …

Tessa is wondering why I’m taking a photo of her with no top on …

Miss Tickles favorite modeling pose … now arch your back baby!

Miss Tickles day dreaming …

Do you think Miss Tickles is smiling in this photo?

Goodnight!

Who wants to snuggle?  . . . Goodnight . . .

Playboy: Girlwatcher

Be sure to check out my feature for Playboy.com!

Talking Dogs