Getting to Know…
When Wendy Shepherd, Internet Goddess and all-around Baddass, started collecting “Love Letters” for our Boondock Boys, we thought it was a fabulous idea. So fabulous, in fact, that we decided to steal it (They do say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!) If anyone in the Boondock Saints family deserves some love, it’s Mrs. Shepherd. She works her tail off day and night, updating us on our favorite actors as well as other goings on in the entertainment world. Wendy, we love you. Don’t believe us? Well here’s some proof. Please enjoy this small sampling of lovin’, Boondock Bettie style (with a little help from a couple of Saints.)
Wendy, you are such a determined and amazing woman. All your hard work is astounding to see! The boys love you, we love you, and you have a terrific famjam to support you. Much Love! ♥ Brittney, @d_valleyqueen
Wendy, thank you so much for being so awesome, supportive, warm and welcoming! You’re such a hard worker, but you still take time to chat and answer questions all while continuing to kick ass at what you do! I love getting your updates on the entertainment side just as much as I love hearing about your martial arts progress! Go Wendy! We love ya! – Evita, @VeganVita
Wendy, you’re the glue, girl. You’re our in, our secret link. The Betties appreciate and love you! You’re the best! -@Cerridwen7
Thank you Wendy, for all the fabulous work you do and for always being so good to us Betties. We love you! - Andrea, @drea0208
I can’t say this often enough: YOU ROCK!
It’s so good to know you out there spreading the word about everything our boys do or plan to do! You are always that passionate and lovely and friendly.
It’s a pleasure and an honor to know you, and you know that you can always count on me, whenever you need help or support! Keep up that fantastic work and thank you for just everything! – Kimmy, @KimmyTailor
I think Wendy is absolutely phenomenal!! She’s been such a huge help to me with the Boondock Boys. She got me connected to get into the Boston St. Patty’s day party because it was gonna cost too much with my transportation from NY and hotel and such, plus she let me ask Clifton a question about his music video debut. I love how she includes the fans in everything and really makes me feel a part of the whole BDS family, i appreciate it sooo much! She’s amazing and I’m very thankful to have her as a friend online, and hope she realizes how truly special she really is -Jenn, @sgnmbr1fan4life
Nearly four years ago, I joined a forum and met (online only) a web-mistress by the name of Wendy Shepherd. She weaves her inter web magic with determination and passion … from her I have learned a great deal. She answers our questions, considers suggestions and welcomes discussions. Today I say my thanks to Wendy … for letting us be a part of it all … and for all that she does. Thanks Wendy! Warmest Regards -Mireille Miskulin, @MireilleM
You are the unsung hero behind the boys that we love. Your hard work over the many years has resulted in some fabulous web designs and your constant communication via Twitter, Facebook, emails, etc. makes it so easy to remain a die hard fan! You should know that because I was obsessed with Sean Patrick Flanery, I’ve been aware of your name since I was in college, 1996-2000, and now I’m a huge fan of yours as well! I wish you nothing but success in ALL that you do, from website-work to kick-ass karate. Thank you again for being awesome!
All my love- Crissie M, @boondock_saint
The love letters for the boys was such a good idea but then again if it wasn’t for you, we would have no clue what’s going on with our boys. I just wanted to say thank you for all your hard work, you are amazing! You run like 50 billion Twitter/ Facebook pages/websites, etc., you’re a wonderful wife, mom and friend, you do it all! You really are the hardest working woman on the internet. You definitely earned some chocolate lol! Love ya! -Mandy, @Mandy302
Wendy is a breath of fresh air. She is a leaf on the wind. She is the cats flannel pajamas wrapped in a snuggie. I feel truly blessed to know her. She has a keen insight and is observant, but does not judge. She also juggles chainsaws. Okay, that last part wasn’t true, but the other stuff totally was. - Ali, @Cranialspasm
Wendy is awesome! Because of Wendy, the boys fan base has increased tremendously! We love you Wendy! Sincerely- Christine F, @LadyNavyMariah
Just want to say thank you for all the things you do for the Boys and letting us know of their new projects. You’re awesome! -Linda S from Sweden, @lindasilja
You are the best ever!!! I love how you keep the Betties informed on things that are going on with the guys and all the hard work you do…keep up the awesomeness!!! ::super hugs:: WE LOVE YOU!!!
Dear Mis.Wendy Shepherd
Thank you very much for opening the Walking Dead site and giving us
the chance to upload comments to the TV station.
This show is already in the news in Japan, too. It will be on air in
November here. ”The Walking Dead” is a very unique TV series which
shows wars and battles between human beings and zombies. It’s
thrilling enough but the news that Mr. Norman Reedus plays one of the
characters in this series makes me more excited.
Without you, I would have not had a way to tell how I’m happy with
this series and the cast to the TV station. Thank you very much.
Aside from this series, you’ve provided us so much exciting and
exhilarating information about the Boondock Saints and the casts. As
Mr. Sean Patrick Flannery said, you are “the internet goddess”.
Again, thank you very much. I hope you’ll have a nice day. -@YoosekuStu
I just wanted to say thank you for all you do. You juggle multiple websites, being a wife, mom and teacher to 3 boys and somehow find the time to have a personal relationship with so many of the Betties. I especially appreciate you bringing us closer to our favorite Saints. Your hard work and dedication doesn’t go unnoticed. Whether it’s about being a mom, LOST, or our sometimes crazy families, I always enjoy our conversations!
Much Love- Jennifer M, @JenniferM1702
My dearest Wendy,
What more can I say? You are such a sweet and humble person. You have brought in such awesome things into the lives of many Betties and given opportunities that many of us would never have had were it not for you. I personally thank you for the exposure on Officially Plugged In and I am happy to promote such talent as yourself. I hope all your dreams come true and consider you a special part of my and other Bettie’s lives.
In a nut shell, we effin love ya lady! Xoxo -@Feanix
How do I count the ways? One one-thousand, two one-thousand, three one-thousand, four one-thousand, five one-thousand! As you can see, I love you! Haha! Well actually, the Betties love you! You are amazing at what you do. The awesome things you do for the boys, I’m sure they are beyond grateful. It’s clear why Sean always raves about you! You kick butt! Literally, great job with the karate! =)
WENDY SHEPHERD FOR THE WIN!!!
Xoxo -Danielle Kalilec, @daniellerenee91
Hi Wendy, Just wanted to add a big, heart-felt thank you for all you’ve done for The Boys and for their fans. I don’t know how you do it – you’re a busy lady with a great family – yet you always find time to help us out and answer our questions Thank you so very much!! -Jane B
You were one of the first people I followed on Twitter. The information you give regarding our Boondock Boys has been so very helpful. It’s been a pleasure getting to know you online and I can only hope that the Betties have the opportunity to meet you in person one day. We love love love you and appreciate everything you do for us and for the Boys. Thanks for being you! Much Love- Casey, @CaseyCcC
Wendy, I want to thank you for always keeping myself along with many others informed on all the projects of actors and other talents that I think are awesome. Your talent shines bright in all of the pages you have running. So many, that I know I cannot list them all! You’re an internet guru, but a Super Karate-kicking Mom first and foremost, and that is something to be admired. Thanks for being awesome and for all the awesome stuff you do. Much Love- Caitlin, @Caitlintake2
What can one say about Superwoman? She’s got a tight handle on things, must have about fifty hands to multitask the way she does, and she is STILL super-sweet to the multitude of people who vie for her attention day in and day out! All this on top of taking care of a family! Wendy, you are the ultimate Superwoman, and we LOVE YOU! ♥ -Missy C, @VentrueBlood
Dear Wendy, Thank you for all you do for us! You keep us connected and informed. You help our friends be all they can be!!! You always answer us and listen to us. You fill the gap in our bridges. Thank you for being awesome, mostly, thank you for being a friend.
Catherine and Wayne, @mom2gracenlinc and @dabgcat
Wendy, you are made of amazingness! You are the queen of multitasking and such a sweet person. I’m so glad I’ve found you via twitter. All of your posts are smile worthy no matter what they’re about. - @CrashDisaster
Wendy Shepherd is, in fact, superhuman; a goddess of amazingness if you will. I feel that she, while being an awesome mom to her sons, she is dedicated to Official Plugged In and anyone associated with it. A down-to-earth woman like her deserves so much praise. Wendy Shepherd is a class act for sure. – @jessmadigan
I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate you reaching out and helping us show our boys some love and keeping us up to date! And I’d really like to thank you for being an awesome friend too! Wendy you freakin’ ROCK! WE LOVE YOU!
Love – Katie, Kit_Killer3OOO
Thanks Wendy for being the most awesome person and for helping us connect with others in a way we couldn’t have before. You rock! - @Jade_kadir
Thanky you soooo much for going out of your way to help all of us get in touch with our favorite guys and pass on the messages of love that we send them….. you are amazing……. Knowing how busy you are with your family and still finding the time to moderate all our comments and questions and run all the websites is flipping awesome, so for all you do we love ya! – Nikki, @Shaygurl22
You are an amazing classy bad ass lady. You do more for people then one could imagine. You should wake up to standing ovations every morning. I stand up in my uncomfortable desk chair and salute you. “Women can do everything; men can do the rest.” We love you Wendy! – @anglhededhpster
Dear Wendy – When I heard that a letter campaign was put together for you I was super excited! A chance to let Wendy know how much we love and appreciate her and all she does?!? Heck yeah!!! Sign me up! Upon joining Sean’s website forum I was really impressed with how well things were organized and run. Little did I know that this was just the tip of your iceberg of awesome! Joining Twitter fully opened my eyes to all the great stuff you do! You were one of my first Twitter followers and I feel privileged that I have gotten the chance to know you! You wear so many hats: Promoter, Mom, Web Mistress, Wife, Organizer, Friend and that’s just to name a few! The list goes on from there!
Thank you for working hard to keep us posted on what’s going on entertainment wise – not only with the Boondock Family but with many other wonderful stars as well! Thank you for sharing your talents with us and taking time out to make us feel special with personal notes and words of encouragement – even when you’re crazy busy! So in conclusion, THANK YOU, Wendy for being YOU! With much love and admiration –Tara, @Tara_Jen
Thanks for everything you do and for being such an AWESOME person. Never cease to amaze. –Shawna, @shawnamalone
Wendy Shepherd-a valuable part of my team
Wendy Shepherd-an actors secret weapon
Wendy Shepherd-not just an east coast secret anymore
Thank you Wendy for your insight and hard work!
We love you Wendy!
Special Thanks to:
@CrashDisaster, for capturing Norm, Sean and Rocco on video
Norm, Sean and Rocco, for allowing Crash to capture them on video
All of the Boondock Betties who submitted a message. You are all awesome.
My interviews this time around are with Mandy and Casey! I have seen them tweet many times they are Twitter BFF’s and with that being said, I couldn’t interview one without the other. From Casey’s hilarious tweets and links to Mandy’s funny ass comebacks and wit towards people, I am usually holding my belly in pain from the laughter they cause. I love them both very much.
So let’s talk about Mandy (mandy302). When I first started one of the Boondock Teams, Mandy was one of the first Betties to banter around with me. Since then, I have gotten to know her pretty well, but realize after my interview with her, its just the tip of the iceberg. In all honesty, she is probably one of the sweetest good girls I have ever known in my lifetime (and that’s a long time). I can’t wait to meet her in person someday, and I am hoping it will be soon! Take a look what she had to say to my questions!
Me: Everyone’s interview starts out with of course; a little known fact about you, something we don’t already know…there has to be something!
Mandy: Okay when I was little I wanted to be a professional wrestler and work for the WWE! I thought that would be the coolest job ever, you get to be on TV, beat people up and wear sparkly costumes, does it get any better than that
Me: So you work in a law firm doing legal assistant stuff, really it sounds like you do most of the work for them!!! We all know the jokes about lawyers, so give us the goods, what’s it really like working with them?
Mandy: DON’T EVER DO IT!!!!! Lawyers suck, they may be book smart but they have no common sense whatsoever and they can’t do anything for themselves. I will literally have a lawyer walk documents down to me, to get copied by the mailroom which I have no problem doing but when you have all the paperwork filled out and the mailroom is only another 10 feet away why not just keep walking. Seriously most of my job is spent waiting on them, say something needs to be filed by midnight, they will come to me at 11:30 and expect like a dozen copies made,velobound and filed by midnight apparently I am Superwoman
Me: Where do you see yourself in 10 years, Mandy?
Mandy: I don’t know, right now I just try to take everything day by day but I would like to be married and have some kids but if that doesn’t happen soon I am going to be like Miss Havisham or the crazy cat lady
Me: What is the best advice you’ve ever given and received? Who gave you the advice?
Mandy: Off the top of my head, Best advice is from Melissa, “FUCK IT. When ur in doubt and u hesitate just hold a deep breathe and say FUCK IT and go”. I really don’t know what the best advice is that I have given, I guess you would have to ask somebody who has taken my advice, if there is anybody.
Me: Did you love high school or hate it? Why?
Mandy: I loved High School, well sophomore to senior years anyway. My Freshmen year I went to this school that the teachers had the attitude that you got into this school so you should be able to teach yourself and we shouldn’t even have to be here. It was the first year I ever came close to failing a class and I hated it!! I transferred after my Freshmen year to the school I originally wanted to go to with all my friends, Cardinal Dougherty and I loved it!
All throughout school I was never the whoa popular girl but I got along with everybody, I actually made it through high school without a lot of drama, it’s a miracle I know! I did typical high school things went to homecoming, games, dances, plays, etc. One of the things I loved about my high school was that most of us knew each other since kindergarten but even the ones that didn’t we were still like a family.
There was a month in my Junior year where every Monday when we came in somebody had died, one kid was hit by a car, one kid accidently shot himself with his dad’s gun, but the most difficult one was a kid named Eddie Polec who was beaten to death with baseball bats by a group of kids cause some girl claimed she was raped(she wasn’t) and they were looking for revenge, they drove in from another neighborhood, picked the first group of kids they saw, chased them and Eddie happened to trip and fall when running away so they beat him to death with baseball bats. I didn’t know Eddie personally but a lot of my friends did, but it didn’t matter whether you knew him or not, everybody was affected by it and we all helped each other through.
Me: If you could only see black and white except for one other color, what color would you choose to see?
Mandy: PINK!!!!! I love pink, I am a girly girl in that sense
Me: Most embarassing moment?
Mandy: I have several but this one always makes people laugh. The day after our Senior Prom a group of us went to Great Adventure for the day, and I had a backpack on to hold some necessities and stuff . So my friends and I decided to go on the Swings so our group gets called up and I go to sit on the swing and my backpack gets caught on something, I don’t even remember what but as I went to sit down, the swing moved out from under me and I fell on my ass in front of a long line of people waiting to go on, they all laughed!! My friend Sean would not go on another ride with me all day, he was like quick put your sweatshirt on, maybe nobody will recognize you, he was more embarrassed than me.
Me: You find the whole genie in a bottle thing, what are you three wishes? (No you don’t have to be politically correct and wish for world peace or to end hunger)
Mandy: Since I can all selfish answering these, my 3 wishes would be:
1. Money, I know it’s obvious but I am tired of not being able to do certain things cause of money, I would love to be able to just go and do anything that I wanted to do without worrying about cost and if I have enough money till my next paycheck, etc.
2. I would love to be able to sing, I can’t I sound like a dying cat, not that that stops me at all, I will still belt out a song whether you like or not but I would like it to be enjoyable for the audience
3. Last one, okay it may be corny but really I would just like to see everybody happy!!
Me: What’s your biggest pet peeve?
Mandy: I have so many, it’s really not even funny. Do tourists count as a pet peeve? I work in the middle of touristy(I know that’s not a word) Philadelphia and they drive me nuts. They walk entirely too slow for me or they just stop suddenly in front of you without warning. Some others include girls who wear uggs with booty shorts, you’re either cold or you are not, Snuggies, Vince the Sham Wow guy, people who think Angelina Jolie is a saint, Fat guys who think they are God’s gift to women, ok I am babbling again but the last one I am going to leave you with is MANPRIS!!!
Me: Boondock Saints question: What is Connor’s best quality and Murphy’s worst quality? (Don’t worry, Murphy will still love you no matter what you say)
Mandy: Everything about Connor is the best! LOL! Seriously Connor’s best quality is that he is the man with the plan. I mean Murphy is always bashing his plans but I don’t see him thinking up anything, he always leaves it up to Connor! Hello! Connor is the one that wanted the rope and look how handy that came in, not once but twice. Murphy’s worst quality even though it’s part of why I love him is his hotheadedness, he is always picking fights with his brother at the most inopportune times, like say in air conditioning shaft or a coffee crate.
Mandy, I couldn’t agree with you more about Connor and Murphy!! The story of Eddie Polec really made me emotional (and if any of you know me well, you know I get emotional over everything) but it really got to me. Its sad when people are wrongfully accused and punished or persecuted for who they are. But I won’t get started on that. I also hate snuggies, manpris, and tourists!! But if I ever come to Philly again, I will be sure to wear my Uggs, bootyshorts and bring you the picture I painted of Angelina Jolie next to Mother Teresa! Get over to Twitter and say hi to mandy302 NOW!
Next, I interviewed Casey (CaseyCcC). One word….FUNNY! Casey reminds me so much of my sister-in-law, I couldn’t resist talking to her. One of the first things I remember reading that Casey tweeted was when she was slamming Ohio for their tourist commercials…I was not upset, but in turn gave her some shit. I absolutely love bantering around with Casey. Although, I have not gotten to know her really well yet, I am working on it! She wants you to check out these links: www.livestrong.com www.kidney.org http://perezhilton.com/2010-06-07-christian-bale-goes-gaga (OMG horse laughing over this) I also asked her for a quick little bio about herself to which she responded: Hmm. My name is Casey. I’m about a month shy of 26. I was born in Tennessee but grew up in Kentucky. I went to the University of Louisville. Gwen Stefani is my favorite person in the world. I have an older brother, he’s a doo-doo head. My Likes: Dogs, funny television shows, the internet, & winter. Dislikes: Whale Wars, women’s basketball, bumper stickers, and The Duggars.
Me: Little known fact time. Dig deep…
Casey: I used to play bass, guitar and drums. I was pretty decent but I was way too shy to play in front of people. I guess that is little known to my Bettie friends. Also, Abbey’s full name is Princess Abigail Wigglebottom (PAW!). Yes, I am a crazy person.
Me: You seem very passionate about the Livestrong Campaign, Casey, what is it that has drawn you to it? Have you ever met Lance Armstrong? What would you say to him if you did meet him/what did you say to him?
Casey: A) If I had ever met Lance, that would be one of the first things anyone would know about me. “Hello, my name is Casey. I once met Lance Armstrong.” I had a CHANCE to recently while at Monster Mania in New Jersey, as he was in town that weekend for a Livestrong event. However my new Bettie friends refused to go wander aimlessly around the city until we found him. Some friends they are.
B) I am drawn to Livestrong for several reasons. My dad and I have always been in to cycling so I’ve been a fan of Armstrong’s for a long time. A lot of athletes attach their name to a charity and that’s the end of their involvement, but Armstrong really lives it. He recognizes that he is lucky to be alive and in a position to help others, and I appreciate that. I also think that everyone should be more involved with cancer charities. The fact is everyone will have to deal with it at some point in their lives, whether it be with a loved one or with yourself. As far as I’m concerned, helping raise money now or being involved otherwise is good karma. When I have the chance to meet him and chat, and I will one day, I think first we’d have to discuss some cycling things. Talk about other riders I’ve always wondered about. Then we’d talk about the foundation and charity work. Then we’d make friendship bracelets for each other.
Me: We share a love for basketball. I have been out of the loop on the basketball scene for quite sometime, as I “lost my way”. I just started getting back into it last summer when the Cavs made their go at a Championship only to be let down again by a Cleveland team. Did you play basketball in high school or college? Do you prefer college basketball over pro? And who is your favorite player?
Casey: It’s hard to be a sports fan in Cleveland. (Sorry.) I was always bad at playing basketball, but I’m super good at watching it. My family has had season tickets for the University of Louisville men’s basketball team for 45 years, so I was born into a college-ball loving family. I’ve only missed going to a handful of games in my life. This season the team moved from our old historic facility to a brand new state of the art arena, so I’m really excited for this year even though my team will not be good. My favorite player at UofL was Francisco Garcia. He played while I was in school there. Awesome player and cool guy. He plays for the Kings now. I like the NBA, not as much as college but if it’s basketball I’ll watch. My favorite NBA team WAS the New Jersey Nets until Jason Kidd and Richard Jefferson left….that made me sad.
I then added a sidenote for her, and she responded, so I will include it
Me: *sidenote of un-importance* (P.S. My absolute all time favorite basketball player in the history of all the world is Bobby Hurley, and when he went pro I was able to get tickets to see him play in person for the first time. A week prior to the game, he was in a devastating car accident that ruined his career. I’ve still never seen him play and I never will )
Casey: Aw. As a UofL fan I hate Duke, but I also hate seeing players get hurt. One of my all time favorites, Marquis Maybin, played in Euro leagues for a while and the day he returned to the states he was in a motorcycle accident that paralyzed him. Stories like that break my heart.
Me: What is an event in your life fabulous or tragic that has impacted who you are?
Casey: Two things. First, my family owns a hot air balloon company. When I was 3 or 4, my Mom was in an accident in which the balloon exploded and she caught fire. She had to jump out. She lived but was in the hospital on and off for years and some of her injuries are still problematic today. This accident shaped every fiber of my being in one way or another.
Secondly, I do a lot of volunteer work. My favorite volunteer experience really impacted my life. It was for the US Transplant Games, sponsored by the National Kidney Foundation. The games are Olympic style competition for people who have received organ transplants. During orientation we were told we would cry out of joy and sadness at one point or another that week, and boy were they right. I met so many amazing people who were given a second chance at life. They may not have been great athletes but they were giving it their all that week to honor the people who had very generously given them the gift of life. Among the attendees were the families of donors who had passed. A lot of the families had made the effort to meet the recipient of the organ transplant and the bond these families shared was unbelievable. They treat their donation-day as their birthday. There were people of all ages there competing and it was a really beautiful week. If anyone ever has the chance, I highly recommend volunteering with the games if they come to your area. Tremendous amounts of fun and the impact it has on your life is truly special.
Me: What is your dream job?
Casey: When I was a kid I wanted to be an actor or comedian. More realistically, I’d enjoy being an heiress, if my parents could just muster up a billion dollar business to give me someday. Even more realistically, I have a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management. I’d like to work in sports, preferably in Olympic style competition like the Transplant Games described above.
Me: Most embarrassing moment?
Casey: haha. I don’t embarrass easily but this is a good one. Third day of high school my first period drama class went on a field trip to see “Fiddler on the Roof” at a local dinner theater. It was a theater in the round situation, with tables all around the stage. I was sitting with two of my friends and I remember staring at my friend Amber across the table, and then I started seeing stars….my ears started to ring and the last thing I remember was Amber saying “Casey? Casey??” I woke up on the floor a few minutes later covered in puke. For some reason the teachers and other grown-ups around thought I was just fooling around (in a puddle of puke on the floor?) so they ignored my friend’s cry for help for a while. A teacher finally came over after like five or ten minutes and helped me up and I remember being dragged out past the actors in Fiddler, staring at me with their beards and stupid Fiddler costumes, looking at me like I’m the weird one. I passed out again outside the theater and woke up in the hospital later. I had some crazy virus and was sick for just a few days. That particular teacher still tells her class about that “that one time when this girl puked all over Tevye and Golde.” She likes to exaggerate.
Me: Finish this statement: You know you are from Kentucky if ____________
Casey: If you find yourself riding about on a horse eating chicken on the weekends. Or if basketball games can make you more emotional than losing a loved one.
Me: What is the first thing you notice on guys? (Don’t lie either! LOL)
Casey: This might be due to the enjoyment of cycling, but legs. Have you seen cyclists thighs? Sheesh. Typically though it’s hard to see a dude’s thighs when you first meet, unless they are in bike shorts or are pantsless, which may or may not mean you are in a dangerous situation. If legs are not available for viewing, I notice eyes and mouth. And hair…I really hate curly blond hair on boys. It makes me angry.
Me: If you were famous touring singer, what 3 things would HAVE to be on your tour bus?
Casey: Hmm…I really enjoy old-school Nintendo and Super Nintendo games, so I think I’d need those. I’d need a miniature tour bus for Abbey, obviously. And since I’m rich and famous in this scenario, I think I’d hire another celeb to entertain me. What’s up, Norman?
Me: I know this is a repeat question, but I like it so much: Boondock Saints question: If Troy Duffy called you and said, “Casey, this is Troy, tell me one thing you want to see happen in BDS III” what would you say?
Casey: My “one thing” is more like the entire plot to the movie. I’ve thought a lot about this and sent Troy several notes on the subject. Here it goes: The boys are back in Ireland at a local pub, and see an attractive barkeep (me). They feel strangely attracted to this girl, until they find out that it is actually their long lost sister. The three of them go about their vigilante business, but the boys still can’t shake that feeling of desire. Eventually we find out that we’re not really blood related, and we make out for a while. End scene.
Casey added in at the end: I’d like to also add that my Bettie friends are amazing and I love you. I’m lucky to be able to call you my pals. I’m going to go eat a cookie now.
What a great interview, I enjoyed it very much. I’m honestly hoping at this point that Troy Duffy is reading these inteviews because there are great part III ideas being spit at him. I promise not to be jealous while Casey is making out with Connor and Murphy…maybe I will be just a little XD. I can’t wait until basketball season gets going, so I have someone to talk about it with. And as hard as it is to be a Cleveland sports fan, I may just keep rooting for the Cavs in the hopes they make LeBron James look like a chump for ever leaving us. Anyway, I am proud of the amount of charity and volunteer work Casey does and proud to say she is my friend. Get over to Twitter and look CaseyCcC up!!!
Just want to add in, Mandy and Casey, I love you both and thank you for doing this for me! And as always, I am on the prowl…victims in my sights!
This week, I decided to interview a couple Betties that entertain the hell out of me. Both are funny girls who tweet the most random things at times! They are wonderful friends, and I have had some great discussions with both. So let me introduce Crash and Foxy.
First up is Crash (@CrashDisaster) her name explains a lot about her right away! I don’t think more than a week has gone by since I’ve known her that the poor girl has not had an injury of some sort. She is an event coordinator/planner who is squared away when it comes to large parties! She is a HUGE music fan, and wants you all to check out some friends of hers. She says Ceesau (@cessauband on Twitter) feel like Nirvana and rock a CSI:NY singer Carmine Giovinazzo. Working on their second EP. Crash says check them out at www.ceesau.com or their www.myspace.com/ceesau . She also enjoys The Main Four www.myspace.com/themainfour and The Spyderz www.myspace.com/thespyderz . She says they’re great and working on some new stuff. So lets check out what Crash had to say to my interview questions!
ME: Tell us a little know fact about yourself (I know you already did “10 things about” but is there something else??)
Crash: Hmmm a little known fact. Well some of you guys know this…I’ve always been into the paranormal stuff. Everything about it. I’ve got a large library of books on haunted sites, and I have bunches of friends that are in the field and are always going out to investigate places. So if anyone has had ghosty experiences and has been afraid to tell anyone cause you think people are gonna think you’re weird…TELL ME!! I love hearing about other people’s experiences and I can add it to my mental library. I’ve seen ghosts or spirits (however you’d like to refer to them) all my life, and have never shied away from any aspect of the paranormal.
Me: I know you are currently planning an event for like some outrageous number of guests, somewhere around like 9 billion lol…How much work goes into something like that? How do you keep yourself sane while handling all that organizing?
Crash: Ok…just WHO accused me of being sane? *looks around* come on..fess up! A ton of work goes into planning stuff like this. I have a small portion which is to collect all the fees for people, answer email, and reconcile all the money coming in and going out. We have multiple departments which work on different aspects. I’m still waiting on the company to ask me re: entertainment ideas since I have so many friends that are uber talented and don’t keep it a secret. oh but I digress…in my aspect of the job I get to tell people “NO!” which I do really enjoy, so that’s fun.
Me: What is one of the wildest things you have ever done in your life that made you say to yourself when it was all over “Oh man that could have went sooooo wrong …what if..?”
Crash: Most things that I do and end up hurting myself..I don’t think twice about..cause it’s like suddenly shit was happening to me..I just kinda roll with it. Ummm I’ve consciously chosen to do some things that coulda gone horribly wrong, but my guardian angels were lookin out for me. I say that in plural cause I must have a team of ‘em since I’m still alive. I think the one thing that coulda gone horribly horribly wrong but just ended up being annoying was me deciding to make a 3 mile walk down Hollywood Blvd at 2am from a club back to my hotel….alone. Along the way I met a twitchy druggie who kept me company for a bit along the way…a huge 6′ 6″ man screaming obscenities and punching things such as walls, light poles, benches; all while threatening a lady walkin towards me..a bum carving into the concrete with a huge butcher knife, and a guy who thought I was the most conservative hooker ever and tried to pick me up on the road.
Me: Who has been the most influential person in your life? (someone you know or someone famous)
Crash: I know this is cheesy..but there’s 2 people. First is my Mom. She’s the most just purely good person I know. She doesn’t have an evil bone in her body and will do anything to help anyone who needs it, whether she knows them or not. This fact makes me super protective of her because she just can’t comprehend someone would do something bad since she can’t even fathom the thought.
The second…is my best friend from 4th grade-Seniors in high school, Erika. She passed away from Cancer about 5 months after we graduated high school. She managed to graduate school while going through chemo and surgeries, and even managed to play a couple basketball games while she was sick. She was an amazing person all around.
Me: What do you love about the Betties?
Crash: Where to even start on that? Everyone is just so cool in their own right. The fact that we’re all so different, but so similar is way awesome. Kick ass group of women that will help each other out and we’re always there for each other.
Me: Since you mishear things all the time, Favorite misheard song lyrics?
Crash: Actually..I don’t flat out mishear song lyrics a lot. The problems come when I sing them and am not paying much attention. There’s some Bon Jovi song where I consistently start singing about cheese and I have to stop myself. My favorite misheard lyrics….hmm One would actually come from a book that I have of misheard song lyrics it’s for Def Leppard, “Love Bites” It’s got a great cartoon drawing and the lyric is “The price, of beans. Is bringing me to my knees/ the beans, the price” if you see the cartoon it’s hilarious.
My other favorite that’s by someone else actually comes from my Mom from when she was little..from the song Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini. When she was little she used to sing “Itsy bitsy teeny weenie yeller poker dot a-seenie” we’ve had many conversations as to what an ‘a-seenie’ is and we haven’t been able to come up with it.
Some of my classic general mishearings is on UFC: I thought an announcer said, “Both men are aged sausage.”
Thought someone on the news said that someone was “Undulating live out of England”
An assistant manager at one of my last jobs, I always heard her wrong cause I was rarely actually listening to her; so I thought she said things like “alien fabric glugin” instead of “Aileen’s fabric glue gun” or “I’m tired, I’m gonna go drink some cat pee” instead of “I’m tired, I’m gonna go drink some caffeine”
Another is from No Doubt. I can’t remember the song name. Casey would know. The real line is “alter nature for pleasure /orthocycline” or something..and I heard “alternate you for the pleasure of tricycling”. Or “alternate you for the pleasure or try cycling”
Me: Finish this statement: You know you’re from California if/when__________
Crash: OH OH OH..I know this…lol
You know you’re from California when you answer the question of “How far is it from “here” to “there” in time frames instead of miles and if it’s off commute or on commute times.
You know you’re from California if you know where the medical marijuana shops are in each town.
You know you’re from California if rent for a studio apartment is more than you make on your paycheck.
Me: First celebrity crush?
Crash: Hmmm celebrity crush…I’m not sure which came first, Ken Marshall from Krull or Sam Jones from Flash Gordon. haha I was probably about 5 when I saw those, so do I get extra points for finding guys hot at that age?
Me: Is it possible to blow a balloon up under water? (try it for us) *waits patiently*
Crash: Oh…damn you for giving me ideas.. *goes off to try* ok..report: *wipes water from face* tryin to be clever and filling a sink with water and blowin up a balloon in it..then getting distracted causes you to hear a loud PBBBBTTTT noise and makes the balloon fly out of your hands and spray water around.
I’m pretty sure I could be super clever and submerge myself in a bathtub and put the balloon above the water and take a deep breath and blow it up that way, but I don’t have time for a bath right now. You didn’t say the balloon had to be under water.
Me: Standard Boondock Saints Question: If you got to send Conn and Murph a letter in prison, what would it say?
Dear Connor and Murphy,
Why oh why did you let yourselves get caught? You shoulda had a lookout.
Keep yourselves in the med ward and I’ll be there soon to get you out.
Then we’ll have shots..and Feanix will chase you with lobster tits.
I knew Crash would do the balloon trick for us! And hey, it looks like we found a way to break the boys out of the Hoag!! Pssst, we’ll send a first aid kit with her for the break out mission. I’m sure one of them will need it! Head on over to Twitter and say hi to Crash. I was reading her Tweets long before I joined the Bettie Brigade, (Stalker me) and I know she really helped to bring my attention to you girls!
Next, I interviewed my good friend Jen (@FoxyViscous) . What to say about this girl, I don’t know where to begin…She’s awesome! Even before I joined the Brigade, we were friends. In fact, we were discussing the coolness of the Betties before we joined. We decided one night that we just had to check you girls out and came to the conclusion that we were going to send an email and ask to join. Its safe to say, we are both very happy we did! She is living her dream of being a stay at home mom after years of hard work, and I can say I am jealous of that!! So let’s see what Foxy had to say to my questions…
Me: Tell me a little known fact about you…c’mon, dig down deep in there and give us the goods.
Foxy: Back in the day I was an exotic dancer (ok, stripper), then a Tropicana Wrestler, Bud Girl and Coors Extra Gold Girl. I weighed about 110, I started at age 19 and quit when I was 25. I don’t regret it, there where times it wasn’t the healthiest thing for me, but I made a lot of money, set a goal to quit by 25 and I did, and it made me more aware of what kind of people are in this world, and because of that I think I’m a better wife, mother and friend. I used all the money to buy a 5 star restaurant in Southern Arizona. I was published in cookbooks, Wine Spectator magazine, and was chosen for Taste of the Nation. Kind of a lifestyle change, I would say.
Me: I have watched you do Roller Derby online, and have seen all the amazing pictures from your bouts. I have also seen the results (as in the way of bruising on your body) of said bouts! It looks like a whole lot of fun, and I know of at least one other Bettie that is interested in trying out the sport. What drew you into the sport of Roller Derby? And how long have you been doing it? And what movie do you watch to get all fired up before game day???
Foxy: I’ve been playing Rollerderby for 3 years. 2007 was the worst year of my life, for various reasons, and my husband had come across a derby video on Youtube and suggested I check it out. I was sitting on a beach in Maui one day, reflecting on my life, and said to myself “When I get back from this trip, I’m going to play rollerderby” And so I did. I always say that Rollerderby saved my soul. It has been so good for me, bad for my body but good for my mind. I am surrounded by very strong, athletic women who are like sisters and fight for each other. It’s amazing. Pre bout tradition? I always watch Boondock Saints the night before a bout. It is a distracter, I get so into the movie that I forget about what’s going to happen the next day. It totally takes my mind to a different place, so I don’t stay up all night with my brain spinning. It takes me to a happy place
Me: I know we share a love of MMA, as I am a UFC fanatic (check this stuff out people!) And you have awesome pictures hanging out with fighters I adore! Who is your favorite fighter? Have you ever thought of training for MMA?
Foxy: My favorite fighter is definitely Nick Diaz, hands down. Always has been my favorite. Win or lose, he’s still my favorite. Love his attitude, love the way he fights, he reminds me a lot of myself. I did train MMA, for a long time. I started when I was 18, took a break when I had my kids, then picked up again in my 30’s. I have had the opportunity to train with some great fighters in great schools. And I worked for a pro fighter for many years, as her personal assistant so I did have great opportunities.
Me: Foxy is pretty schooled on serial killers, and probably would do a great job profiling them for the FBI. I am not trying to make light of serial killers or idolize them, I actually find them fascinating and not in a good way. Foxy, which serial killer do you find the most interesting (and I hate to use that term, but..) and why?
Foxy: Serial killers…wow. Don’t ask me how I got started with this obsession, it goes back about 20 years. I would have to say Richard Chase…what a weirdo. He believed that the only way to stay alive was to drink the blood of his victims. Sometimes he would even put their organs in a blender with soda and make a shake. Really
Me: What is the one thing that has happened to you that has made a major impact on your life? (good or bad)
Foxy: What event had a significant impact on my life? A friend of mine who was also my Jiu Jitsu coach, committed suicide in 2007. It was never understood and impacted my entire circle of friends and the life that I knew at the time. He was the person that I wanted everyone in my life to meet, because he was just that awesome. My life took a drastic turn after that happened. A good turn actually.
Me: Finish this statement: You know you’re from California if/when________
Foxy: You know you’re from SOUTHERN California when: you wear flip-flops to a night club, and no one cares. You know you’re from CENTRAL California when you’ve gone cow-tipping at least once in your life, even if it was non-consensual, and you’re from NORTHERN California if 1. You wouldn’t be caught dead at a bar in Central California or 2. You have been high since 1974.
Me: Which Lost character would you like to be stuck on ”the island” with forever and why?
Foxy: I’d like to be stuck on the Island with Desmond….that accent gets me every time!
Me: Whats the first word that comes to your mind when I say Las Vegas?
Foxy: Las Vegas=New Shoes (may or may not have been borrowed from someone passed out in the bathroom, maybe someone gave them to me? Don’t judge. )
Me: Give a “shoutout” to someone (c’mon this is your 15 mins of fame!)..
Foxy: I would like to give a shout out to the TWITTER BOONDOCK TEAMS! Whoever you really are…I have SO much fun on there with all of you. Sometimes that is a great way for me to end the day. I’m TeamGreenly and TeamIlDuce btw.
Me: Standard Boondock Saints Question: You get an entire day to spend in South Boston with Connor and Murphy, so what are you going to do?
Foxy: A day with Connor and Murphy? Ha…make them put on rollerskates and skate the town with me, of course!!! And in that case, drinking beer on skates is definitely allowed! I would definitely hit up the Museum Of Bad Art, as many Irish pubs as possible, the whole time with a video camera interviewing whoever is willing to talk to us about stupid trivia. THAT would be a really, really fun day.
We shared a super love of Lost, so that question had to be included! And hey, I can’t wait to see Conn and Murph on roller skates with a video camera!! Your answers we’re awesome Foxy and I appreciate you even more now, even if you may or may not have borrowed someone’s shoes while she was passed out in Vegas!! TeamD_d_d_Doc and I love ya too, babe xo! P.S. I won’t hold that whole Diaz being your favorite fighter thing against you…Get your ass over to Twitter and say hi to Foxy! She likes to stay up late, for all you night owls.
So there you have it! I hope you enjoyed the interviews. Seriously, if you haven’t taken the time to get to know these two, please do so! With that…I’m on the prowl again…Mandy and Casey, I’m coming for you!
I took the time to interview two fabulous Betties I admire. I thought this would be easy, but I can honestly say it’s hard to put down words about these two girls. When I joined the Bettie Brigade, they were two of the first girls to talk to me, and I find them very interesting! I can say the same about most of the Betties I chat with, as you will see in the coming weeks when I continue my interviews. It was fun to come up with questions they would enjoy answering as much I was going to enjoy reading the answers to. I think we did a pretty good job! So instead reading what I have to say, lets talk about Feanix and Rina!!
First up is @feanix ! I remember reading her bio on Twitter and thinking “the Bettie your mom warned you about” OH I have to get to know her! And I did! She’s a belly dancer, a model, a zombie, a daredevil…name it, she probably fits in the category. If you haven’t gotten your fill by the time you read my interview, then follow her on Twitter, check out her website www.feanixfire.com AND guess what??? —–>She’s Officially Plugged In ( www.officiallypluggedin.com )
Me: Tell me something about yourself that you would want everyone to know that we may not already know about you. (A little known fact)
Feanix: Hmm, I get asked this a lot but I am not sure, I am pretty open haha. I guess a little known fact would be that I am afraid of being alone, not like relationship wise but in general. I like company, be it via the phone or a face to face convo. I think too much and over analyze things too much when I am left alone. Its dangerous! XD
Me: I saw a picture of you skydiving on your website www.feanixfire.com . I am a complete chicken when it comes to extreme sporting activities, but I always want to know what did it feel like when you were falling through the sky? And is there any other extreme sports you would like to try?
Feanix: The feeling is very different. You get the “is it like a roller coaster?” a lot but no, its nothing like that. Free falling at those speeds does not give the stomach drop. Its windy and loud and you just feel free. The most amazing part was when the chute opened, the whole world went quiet it was like someone hit pause. It was very moving to me in full motion and the world looking so still and then a bird flew next to me and was flying right with me. I never felt so alive. I would gladly go again at any moment.
As for another “extreme sport” I would love to try it all. The only thing I won’t try is bungee, I don’t want to be snapped around lol. I really want to walk on coals and do a suspension.
Me: For any of you who don’t already know about Feanix’s tribal fusion belly dancing and modeling, you are missing out! Feanix, where do you see yourself in 10 years with your career?
Feanix: I don’t really think about that too much really, I think as long as I am breathing and still able to stay true to myself then that will be swell. I hope I am traveling because I love to explore and go to new places. So maybe I will be able to do so. That would be wicked awesome.
Me: If you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be and what would you ask them?
Feanix: I would LOVE to have dinner with Edgar Allan Poe, he is my favorite writer and I would love to sit with him and pick his brain or have a food fight
If he was unavailable then I would like to dine with Salvador Dali, for the same reasons.
Me: Who has made the biggest impact on your life, and why? (good or bad)
Feanix: My grandparents. They showed me a lot in life. The simple things they did taught me that you don’t need to be rich and famous to be happy. They taught me so much and though they are gone from this earth, they still teach me daily from memories.
Me: Favorite fast food?
Feanix: I am so typical…I love potatoes! Anyway you can make em. I loooove them sooo much hahaha
Me: Favorite drink?
Feanix: Non alchy I would say Orange Soda. Alchy I have become addicted to the Bettie (created for us!) It is basically Sex on the Beach and add Blue Curacao. Man they are tasty!
Me: Favorite superhero?
Feanix: I was a huge fan of the X Men, Phoenix was my favorite growing up lol… go figure right?
Me: Most played song on your iPod/MP3 player?
Feanix: Hahaha I would say currently it is William Control’s I’m Only Human Sometimes.
Me: Standard Boondock Saints Question: If you had 30 mins to spend with Connor and Murphy, what would you tell them?
Feanix: I would thank them. They brought together a group of people that would have never known each other had they not stepped on the screen. Thank them for being the catalyst for such an amazing bond between all these women and men. It is amazing. Then I would have a shot and chase them with Lobster Tits
There you go…Lobster Tits says it all!!! This is only a tiny glimpse of Feanix, if you haven’t already, say hi to her, you won’t regret it! Thank you, doll, for taking the time to answer my questions!
I also interviewed Rina, who has had a few Twitter name changes since I met her (@RinaDonRocco @BlackIrishFae and currently @GoodGrrlGoneBad ) There are many things I could say about Rina, as she has quickly become one of my best friends on this planet! But I won’t tell you everything; I will let you find out for yourself. I can tell you she is many things like mother, writer, independent movie guru, artist, tattoo artist, strong willed, natural leader, and brave! She digs Dexter and True Blood and space shows on the History Channel. Someday, we are going to see her name at the top of the New York Times Bestseller list. Or you might just see her as the leader of a rock band…time will tell! She heads up @TeamBeatNicks and does some other great work behind the scenes for our friends!
Me: Tell us something about yourself that everyone may not know (A little known fact)
Rina: My ancestors are from Ireland and Spain
Me: I already know what a talented artist, tattoo artist and writer you are, so tell me where do you find your inspiration?
Rina: Mostly in my emotions. Situations arise that cause emotions like happiness, anger, sadness. The way I vent is to pour all of that into my art.
Me: Rina, you have done hard work helping to promote what and who you are passionate about including being the coach of @TeamBeatNicks . If I was your Public Relations manager for the day, what would you hope I showcased about you (don’t be shy either)?
Rina: Um, well first off I’d be flattered at the idea of someone showcasing me. [haha] I’d have to say my art (in its many forms) of course and passion for music. My passion for equal rights for everyone. I would hope in conclusion that if someone took time to showcase me that I had truly made a difference in this life worth noting =)
Me: If you could go back ten years and tell yourself something, knowing everything you know now, what would you say to Rina?
Rina: I’d tell her to start saving money. haha. Naw but seriously it would probably be something along the lines of comfort. Just telling myself that life will be hard. I will have hurdles but that I am strong and I will make it through.
Me: Who is your hero? Why?
Rina: My daughter Madyson. She came into my life when I was headed down a dark path. She saved my life in more ways than one. She has shown me a side of myself that’s not so dark. She taught me to be patient. She taught me to smile and laugh more. To be stronger in every way. Its such a wonderful feeling to care for someone so deeply who loves you unconditionally. She’s my savior.
Me: Pizza or Tacos?
Rina: ooh tough choice! I like both but I’ll be fair and pick one. I think I’d go with pizza. I’m a sucker for Italian style food.
Me: Favorite sleeping position?
Rina: Either on my side or on my stomach
Me: Who is your favorite Smurf?
Rina: Smurfette. Even though she started out as a spy for Gargamel she stuck around and turned good because of the goodness of the smurf ways. I think in a corny way, it symbolizes that change is possible. Even in the worst situations.
Me: Current wallpaper on your cellphone?
Rina: haha well it’s weird. It’s a picture of an old fashioned lamp post with crows flying about. It’s in black and white. It’s nothing special but I think its poetic in a way.
Me: Standard Boondock Saints Question: If Troy Duffy called you and said, “Rina, tell me one thing you would like to see happen in Boondock Saints III..” what would you tell him?
Rina: Well first off I’d have to scream and jump around like a giddy school girl because Troy was calling Moi to ask MY opinion. haha.
I’d like to see some fighting scenes. We all know that the boys use guns. But what if one jammed? Something went wrong and they ran out of ammo? Or they were put in a situation that they weren’t prepared for? Put those spiffy Flanery martial arts skills to the test. Maybe bring down a guy or 3 with just his mad ninja skills ya know? Then Murph can be there to tie ‘em up and Connor can say “now ar’nt ye glad I always bring the fecking rope?”
Smurfette you say, huh Rina? I totally agree with you! Besides turning into good from evil, she is the ONLY chick with all those guys!!! Woot! Sounds fun to me! Head over to Twitter and say hi to Rina! I’m glad I did. Thank you for your time, Rina.
And with that, be on the look out! I’m on the prowl for my next victims, and I already have you picked out….*smirk*
Stay tuned for more. I plan to hunt the Betties down, one by one, for a quick interview for your very own 15 minutes of fame. Hopefully, we can all get to know each other a little better by answering a few fun questions. I plan to choose you at random, so look forward to hearing from me on Twitter. I mean no harm or embarassment to anyone and if you do not want to participate, that’s ok. Just try to look at it as a sort of “Hey, here I am” opportunity!
1. I am petrified of Aliens/Alien Invasions. It literally gives me heart palpitation. I couldn’t even sit through War of the Worlds with Tom Cruise. Yeah, I know
2. I can’t stand waiting in lines. Queuing up anywhere makes me want to rip my hair out.
3. I love dancing but I’m no good at it.
4. My body’s natural magnetism stops watches.
5. I think about how I want to die in detail sometimes.
6. My favourite thing in the summer is laying on my back watching stars and marvelling at our total insignificance in this universe.
7. I’m told I resemble a young Lucille Ball.
8. My dream vehicle is a 1960 VW Van like Fillmore from Cars. Has been since I was 8 years old.
9. I grew up on Metal and Classic Rock, but I love Reggae and Alternative
10. Beign a Bettie has introduced me to such a badass group of ladies that I couldn’t imagine being friends with anyone else!
Want to send in 10 things about yourself? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Subject “10 Things About [@twittername]” and up it’ll go!
1. I am of Irish, German and Hungarian descent.
2. My grandfather on my father’s side was born in Transylvania, he did remind me of a vampire but a real vampired not that sparkly shit!
3. If you can’t guess, I hate Twilight! I only read that book cause my tv broke and had to wait to payday to get a new one.
4. I hate soda, I cannot drink it at all and have tried but the carbonation bothers me sooooo much.
5. When I was younger I wanted to be on the New Mickey Mouse Club but that fact that I can’t sing, dance or act killed that dream.
6. I met Kelly Ripa at my first concert it was the Madonna True Blue Tour! I thought it was a big deal back than cause she was on a local dance show called “Dancing on Air”
7. My friends call me the Queen of Useless Information cause I remember random facts that nobody else does.
8. When I was in high school I had a crush on Don Henley
9. I love to watch wedding shows like My Fair Wedding, Say Yes to the Dress and Platinum Weddings but have come to the conclusion I am never getting married and will be the crazy cat/dog lady.
10. I hate feet.
Want to send in 10 things about yourself? Email it to email@example.com Subject “10 Things About [@twittername]” and up it’ll go!
1. When I was 12 I had an almost fatal allergic reaction to codeine that I had been prescribed for pain from an ear infection and it happened on Christmas day.
2. During Michael Jacksons Thriller days I had 400 pics of him hanging in my room.
3. I didn’t see the ocean for the first time until I was 20, but have always known that’s where I belong.
4. I have 2 kids. One girl and one boy.
5. When my daughter was born, I noticed right after I had her that she didn’t have fingernails on the last three fingers on her left hand. I wanted to knock the nurse out when she said “Oh, they’ll grow in.” Little did she know that my daughter has amniotic banding syndrome and doesn’t have her top bone in her last three fingers.
6. I have lived in 3 different states and moving to another one next year. I was born in Tennessee, lived in Florida and now in Utah. We move around b/c we are a military family.
7. I have driven the country 3 times.
8. I went back to school when I was 33 to become a Certified Medical Admimistrative Specialist.
9. I’m Scott Irish
10. I have had the same best friend for 24 yrs. Although we live almost 2000 miles apart we have never lost touch. We both wore glasses in 7th grade and ending bonding over that! LOL!
Want to send in 10 things about yourself? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Subject “10 Things About [@twittername]” and up it’ll go!
1. I’ve been working in hotels for about 10 years now, and have never had a “real job” that wasn’t front desk. (I don’t count babysitting, as I didn’t even do much of it)
2. My Star Trek Wedding was not only my idea, but I’d been half planning it since I was 17, years before I met Cameron.
3. I adore crappy horror movies, my favorites all inclued zombies. I am actually afraid of zombies, which is why I am so adament about being prepared for the imminent attack.
4. I work midnights………and love it.
5. I hate basketball more than words could ever express.
6. I’ve always really, really wanted to punch someone in the face, but I’ve never been in a real fight.
7. My first boyfriend, was a boy I’d known since I was 3 months old, he dumped me on my 13th birthday.
8. I love Las Vegas, to the point where it is about the only place in the states I’d be willing to move to. (but I’d much rather stay in Canada) I’ve been 3 times and got married there.
9. I have really, really vivid dreams, and zombie dreams aren’t always nightmares……I usually kick ass!
10. I like going on random weird vacations, like driving to Branson to see the biggest ball of Twine. I plan on going to Kentucky to eat KFC, and to spend the night in a haunted asylum.