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My Evening With President Clinton
Earlier this month I was asked by a friend to be her date to her company's holiday party in New York City. She happens to work for the Clinton Foundation...as in the former President, Bill Clinton! Um...let me think about this...YES! Of course I'd go with her to the party!

The party was at a place called eSpace and it was gorgeous with white furniture and an awesome DJ. The drinks were incredible and I couldn't get over the amount of secret service walking around.

After about 20 minutes, the man of the hour walked in himself surrounded by four secret service men, it was former President Bill Clinton! The whole energy of the room changed. Men stood up straighter and fixed their ties and women (including myself) ran to the bathroom to put on more lipstick and check their hair before meeting him.

Then it was our turn to go up to him and have a picture and a quick chat. I told him I saw him speak in Milwaukee when I was in the sixth grade and he mentioned how much he enjoys Milwaukee and the large German population that is still there (which I appreciated, since I'm German). He was extrememly charming and it's true what people say, he makes you feel like you are the only person in the room when he speaks to you.

It was a night I will never forget and this is a photo I'll be sure to show my kids.
 
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Snowflakes for Sandy Hook
If you're looking for a special way for your family to help the children of Sandy Hook. National PTA is asking for people across the country to make snowflakes that will hang inside Sandy Hook when the students return in early 2013.
There hope is to decorate the entire school with snowflakes from all across the country. Please help turn Sandy Hook into a "winter wonderland" for these innocent children and show them that we all care for them and their community.

Snowflakes need to be mailed by January 12, 2013 to this address:

Connecticut PTSA 
60 Connolly Parkway 
Building 12, Suite 103 
Hamden, CT 06514

For more information, pleas click here.
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How to jack up a car...
Have you ever had a flat tire and no one was around to help you? That was me yesterday. The car was parked in the garage, thanfully, but my husband told me over the phone I needed to jack it up.

What?!?! How do I do that? After going back and forth of how to handle this I decided to YouTube how to fix a flat tire on my iPhone and sure enough this video popped up!
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How To Help Families of Connecticut Tragedy...
If you would like to help the families and community affected by the awful tragedy at Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut, just click one of the links below for more information.

United Way

Danbury Hospital

Newtown Youth and Family Services
 


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Would Add This To Your Food?
Do you ever run into those moments when you look into your refrigerator and you realize that you have a lot of one item. That was me the other day with carrots. We had two whole bags of baby carrots for some reason.
 
So I decided to chop them up into small pieces and throw them in my spaghetti sauce. And you know what, it actually tasted really good. The crunch was something different for a change!
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Now This Is Cute!
Thank goodness for Pintrest. My friend Mandi and I decided to throw our pregnant friend Sarah, a small baby "Drizzle" since we couldn't make her shower.
 
Mandi saw this idea on Pintrest, decorating onesies with stencils. Check out the some of our outfits - aren't they cute?!
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Best Dessert EVER!
Do you like bananas? I'm not the biggest fan of banana desserts, but over the weekend I had brunch with my husband Aaron at the Golden Mast and I had to try this - a banana foster.
It's made with butter, brown sugar, bananas, banana liqueor and dark rum over vanilla ice cream. It's amazing!
 
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This could be YOUR TRIP!
You could be headed to warm, sunny Punta Cana like me - with Milwaukee's own Funjet Vacations and 99.1 The Mix! Listen all this week at 8:55am with us, Kidd & Elizabeth for all the winning details.

Check out my video to see a sneak peek of YOUR TRIP!
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Plant Some Animal Resistant Bulbs this Fall
Don't let flower hungry wildlife stop you from planting spring flowering bulbs. Plant a few animal resistant bulbs in your garden this fall for added color and beauty next spring. Start off the season with a few minor bulbs. Winter aconite and snowdrops are some of the first bulbs to appear in spring. Mix grape hyacinths with daffodils to double your flower power and pop in some Siberian squills for a bit of blue in the spring garden. Try little Tommies, botanically known as Crocus tomassinanus. Garden catalogues claim and I have found them to be resistant to squirrels. Daffodils are well known for surviving hungry animals and now there are lots of new varieties to choose from. And don't forget to try some alliums you may know as ornamental onions. There are small and large flowered varieties and those that bloom in spring, summer or fall. A bit more information: Consider Camassia with blue flower spikes that resemble hyacinth, but tolerate partial shade. Snowflakes (Leucojum) Autumn crocus (Clochicum), Fritillaria and of course hyacinths are a few other animal-resistant bulbs. Southern gardeners need to select low chill varieties or use precooled bulbs if their winters are too warm for forcing spring flowering bulbs into bloom. For more gardening tips, how-to videos, podcasts and more, visit www.melindamyers.com
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Vote for your Favorite Flower
There is still time to cast your vote for your favorite flower. The American Garden Award program is your opportunity to vote for your favorite of several beautiful flowers bred for the home garden. Some of the most prestigious flower breeders have chosen their favorites to enter in the competition.   Celosia Arrabona Red is a plume type cockscomb and it was selected for its easy care, drought tolerance and long bloom.   Cuphea Sriracha Violet is heat tolerant and covered with unique violet blooms from spring through summer.   Illumination Flame Digiplexis is a foxglove hybrid with spikes of red-pink flowers with flaming orange throats.   Last but not least is Petunia Anguna radiant blue. This new hybrid has blue flowers with a white throat.   So visit www.Americangardenaward.com today and cast your vote.   A bit more information: The 2013 winner was Verbena ‘Lanai® Candy Cane’ with red and white striped blooms. Santa Cruz Sunset Begonia was the 2012 winner. This cascading begonia is perfect for hanging baskets, containers or mass plantings. This is the sixth year for this program. Check out information on previous winners and contestants at www.americangardenaward.com.   For more gardening tips, how-to videos, podcasts and more, visit www.melindamyers.com  
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Thank You!
Words can't describe the gratitude I feel this morning reading all of the birthday wishes. My life has changed a lot in the past year, but what hasn't changed is the appreciation I have for all my family and friends. I'm happy, healthy, strong and blessed in more ways than I could imagine and so much of that has to do with all of YOU! THANK YOU for being my friend!! 33 years old never felt so good!!
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