14,703 comments posted · 120 followers · following 0
So whether you're a longtime HGTV dreamer or just stopped by the blogs for the first time, the heat is on! And, as an old saying goes, it ain't over until it's over!
As for the Smart Home 2015 TV Special on Monday, April 20th at 11 p.m ET, my smart phone reminder chime is all set. ^_^
Since my "to do" list is now so long, with projects left over from last year, I've started writing them down on a roll of paper towels. That way, instead of constantly searching for the half-dozen lists scattered in various forgotten "safe" places around the house, I can just tear off a sheet of paper towel one at a time as I complete the tasks -- and toss. (As long as no one uses a sheet off the roll to clean up a kitchen spill, I'm fine.)
And... I'll be checking out the glorious HGTV Spring House come Monday at HGTV.com. It's bound to be one awesome Spring fling.
One thing I'm curious about -- do you dress casual for a Pinterest party? Or is it a formal affair?
Although I'll miss the comfort of touring in a new 2015 Kia Sedona, I think I should still do just fine cruising the highways and byways in my favorite convertible.
On to victory, dreamers!
Come on, cruise lines -- if you're spending hundreds of millions of dollars on new cruise ships, can't you drop a few more on updating the outdated wi-fi at sea?
Currently, trying to accomplish anything worthwhile online with the tediously slow internet speeds is like being stranded on a deserted island with only a tablet and spotty wi-fi -- and having to pay a pirate's ransom in gold coin for it.
One question: once the party was over, were the gold-painted pineapples, long a symbol of Southern hospitality, still edible? (I hope so, considering the price of pineapple in NYC!)
Thus, while author John Gray has written, 'Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus', when it comes to travel the difference between the sexes is not so great after all, for the majority of globe-trotters, male or female, are an amiable and resourceful lot. The one question that will always remain, however -- who will drive and who will ask for directions?
PS: Matt Kepnes was featured in 'The Traveling Type' blog on September 20, 2013 in a post titled, "Our Type of Traveler: Nomadic Matt." http://www.nomadicmatt.com/travel-blogs/4-days-in...