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Industry Law
Occupation Lawyer
Location Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Introduction I started this blog at the encouragement of my friends. So far, I have made blog friends, created blog drama, and hopefully started a few laughs. In case you are wondering, the “Knight" is my super-hot husband whom I love so much, I am foregoing ever having a pool boy. I keep the Knight around because he can fix anything my clumsy self breaks AND he knows how to make a mean cosmo. Our baby girl, Coco, is just a wee thing, but since her arrival, she has taken up a BIG spot in our hearts and lives. Betty Rascal and Henry Bear are our two incorrigible furbabies. We love them, but we aren't so sure how they feel about our newest addition. My absolute favorite kind of punctuation is the (!). I use it so much, it should probably be regulated. Close seconds are the ... and the -. Yes, I realize that writing about punctuation puts me into an entirely more embarrassing nerd category, but I am who I am. You must know that I fought the law, but the law won…which is why I am now working as a lawyer rather than an interior decorator. Also, my life pretty much centers around what I'm going to eat next.
Interests My husband and daughter, painting, shopping, cooking, people in general, dancing, being organized, and sleeping late. I like a lot of other things too.
Favorite Movies The Jane Austen Book Club, Casanova, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Hackers, Garden State, The Notebook, Only You, Uptown Girls, Chicago, Moulin Rouge & anything with Reese Witherspoon
Favorite Music Iron and Wine, One Fine Frenzy, Patty Griffin, Damien Rice, Remy Zero, Ryan Adams, Chris Knight, Sheryl Crow, Tom Petty, Jewel, Frou Frou, The Shins, Keane
Favorite Books All the Twilight Books, A Boy's Life, The Time Traveler's Wife, Confessions of a Shopaholic series, Can You Keep a Secret?, The Secret Garden, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Cider House Rules, and anything by Kate Chopin

How is an ankle unlike a consequence?

You can't break a consequence. You don't have to shave a consequence either.