An informerical about the hottest new exercise craze called dance walking. But let's be honest, nobody really cares about this exercise idea. They just want to see me embarrass myself in public.
EVOLUTION OF DANCE
Let me take you on a musical journey from the 60s to today as I perform dance classics like the running man, the sprinkler, the snake, and whatever hot mess Ke$ha calls "dancing".
MAKING OF THE EVOLUTION OF DANCE
Ever wonder what it's like to make an Evolution of Dance video? Well, it's awful. And it's bad for a marriage. WRITE THAT ONE DOWN.
ELLEN'S DANCE DARE AT DISNEY WORLD
Ellen DeGeneres challenges viewers to dance behind unsuspecting strangers in public places. Can you think of a better place to do that than at Disney World? Me neither.
THE WALMART SONG
Have I ever told you that I'm a songwriter? Or that I had a reality television show for it? That's weird, it's usually the first thing I brag about, because really, what says "I'm awesome" more than "I was cast for a reality television show." Ahem. Check out this song that I wrote about Walmart, inspired by the real People of Walmart.
This was the first topic in my video series called MOMday Mornings. My original plan was to put out bi-monthly videos, but, uh, this one posted in March and I haven't posted another one since. I swear I'll stop procrastinating tomorrow probably.
HEY DREW (HEY JUDE PARODY)
The church nursery worker thought that Drew said he name was Jude, but he didn't. Awww! Bless his little Toddlish speakin' heart! And thus, a Beatles parody was born.
NKOTB FRONT ROW
Donnie Wahlberg kissed me. And that's all I have to say about that.
My church was like, "Who can we get to embarrass herself in front of the entire congregation? Oh, I know! That girl who blogs!" And I'm sorry to report that my grandmother will never get over me saying "butt" or doing cartwheels in the house of the Lord.
CHRISTMAS MORNING BUST
This past Christmas, I wondered if my 10-year-old daughter knew that Santa Claus wasn't real. With her probably knowing and me knowing that she probably knew and her probably knowing that I knew she probably knew, it was pretty uncomfortable.
What started out as a cute, sweet video took a vicious left turn when Brian asked Drew, "What does a Mama say?" Well, at least I know he's listening.