#1-if you have dark granite counter tops. What in the name of all that is Holy and sacred, have you found that cleans and doesn't leave streaks?
#2-if your child has curly hair. What in the name if the 8lb 6oz baby Jesus do you wash their hair with, that doesn't leave them looking 1) homeless or 2) like a greasy pediphile.
#3-what razor do you prefer to shave your legs with?
#4-what red wine do you prefer?
#5-what is the BEST laundry detergent. Especially IF you children have sensitive skin?
#6-IF you are a dumb ass like myself, what do you use to clean stupid, idiot, butthole STAINLESS STEEL appliances. And if you happen to have a commercial sized range, would LOVE to hear what you use to keep it not looking like a grease pit.
#7-If you have concrete floors, what do you use to clean them.
#8-What lipglass do you prefer?
#9-What mascara are you obsessed with?
#10-Favorite salad dressing, that is a little healthy?
That is all my friends. These are the 10 things that have been plaguing me in 2009 and I would like to solve these issues before 2010 is over.
Zoloft is expensive and I don't want to go up in my dosage. Or end up in a corner rocking, sucking a paci and wearing Dora adult diapers, repeating, "my appliances are streaky, my appliances are streaky, my appliances are streaky..bram's hair is limp, bram's hair is limp....clumpy lashes, clumpy lashes, clumpy lashes"
You get the picture. So your help is greatly appreciated.
Your help is needed like no other. Hubs will thank you.
Before you answer, remember....Coco likey things shiny. Kind of like a kitten and a ball of yarn.
And because I am counting on YOU to see me through. I am going to show the love as well....... giving you some fun new decor ideas.
I did a little rearranging with my bread boxes. Hung those puppies on the wall, they have been on top of my cabinets, bored to tears!! Easy and it looks funky and fun.
During my awesome stay with my ex-friend Casey, I bought the below Andy Warhol poster. I could not for the life of me find a frame that 1) wasn't $1,000,000.00 or 2) wasn't cheesy. SO, I put my pea mind to work and went to Michael's. There, I found that they had their canvases on sale. I bought a 24x36 canvas for $20. I already had my handy Mod Podge and some damask scrapbooking paper and went to work.
Y'all discuss in your heads how good this looks. Go on....
And then we have Miss Tess. Posing. Absolutely nothing to do with home improvements or great tips, but who doesn't want a day without a picture of this little carrot of love. With an elk back pack on. Only in the Coco house is there not one, BUT TWO elk back packs. That's just how we roll. YO'.
Second moral to the story, old bread boxes that you can find at flea markets for under $5, are your friends.
Third moral to the story, if you pose for your children, they will grow into posers. And when I say "posers" I mean, "STRIKE A POSE!" not, "YOU AIN'T NO REAL SKATER! GET THAT THAT FAKE SKATE BOARD OUT OF HERE!"
And that is my story and questions and
COCO WANTS TO KNOW!!
ta-ta for now!