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"Thin Mints" Go Hi-Tech

"Thin Mints" Go Hi-Tech

When you're savoring a "Thin Mint" and can't wait for Girl Scouts to knock on your door, go to www.girlscoutshcc.org to locate on- site Girl Scout cookie sales at retail locations around town! Thanks to hi-tech, the Girl Scouts Heart of California website contains a search for cookie sales locations by zip codes. With a quick search, Girl Scout cookie sales can be found all around Sacramento! Since Girl Scouts and their leaders volunteer time for this major fundraising event, sale hours are limited. Start the cookie quest soon because Thin Mints are in top demand.

A Tweetup for the Rest of Us!

A Tweetup for the Rest of Us!

Admit it, you've been feeling a bit Bah Humbug this holiday season. It's not that we are warring on Christmas. In fact, Christmas is my favorite holiday, but there is some ridiculousness inherent in everything we as humans do. 

Plus there's this whole expectation of perfection we put on ourselves. It's exhausting. 

Example: Holiday parties. A double edged sword, right? I mean who doesn't love a party? But for some reason holiday parties can bring out a groan.

 On December 21st, in the spirit of Frank Costanza, there is going to be a different kind of holiday party... a Festivus Tweetup.

Think about it. Twitter and Festivus go hand in hand.

The Devolution of a Family Christmas

The Devolution of a Family Christmas

 

 

New Trend in Plastic Surgery-Couples Surgeries

New Trend in Plastic Surgery-Couples Surgeries

In a story posted on MSN.com, they report a new trend in cosmetic surgery…couples that are having plastic surgery together.

The up tick in couples pursuing cosmetic procedures and more invasive plastic surgery together is likely at least partially due to the increase in cosmetic procedures in men, explains NBC's chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman.

Run to Feed the Hungry Tips

Run to Feed the Hungry Tips

Be warned, fun runners. The storm that blew through Sacramento last weekend brought down an epic amount of leaves. Since you probably already know that Thursdays are trash day in East Sacramento, street parking will not only be impacted by the 2 to 3 cans at the curb, but also piles of leaves the height of a toddler.  If I were you, I'd park at Sac State.  But that's probably a cluster and a half too.

As of this writing, it's supposed to rain, which I assume means some of you will be passing on the holiday tradition of running through my neighborhood in the freezing cold. If it doesn't rain, you will be treated to a beautiful sight. The leaves that are left in the trees are in full color.

 

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