Thursday, January 21, 2010

Me, a SPeCiaL GueST oN SuBuRBaN WoW!!!

Thanks so very much to Melisa and Barb for allowing me to be their special guest on SuburbanWoW today! It was so much fun! Please, if you can spare a pint of your blood, take an hour out of your day to donate some blood!

Here's the show:

Watch live streaming video from suburbanwow at

Nothing like waiting til the last minute to break out some very exciting news but there's been a little bit of drama in my own suburban bubble that I won't go into detail here, but tomorrow, I'm going to be a special guest on SUBURBAN WOW!, which is an interactive chat show, livestreaming from the Chicago suburbs directly to your computer monitor (and yes, I stole that phrase directly from their website since I'm so clueless when it comes to computer logistics!)

Good news is that you don't have to live in Chicago to view the show! All the details can be found at SUBURBAN WOW!, so jump on over to check out how you can see me chattin' it up with the awesome Melisa with one S at Suburban Scrawl, who just happened to be my very first official live stalker, and also generous giver of tiaras, and Mrs. Weaselmomma, blogger wonder and beer drinker, also close pal to Greta-I-never-know-how-to-say/spell-her-last-name!

We'll be talking about the fun stuff they always talk about and then I'll chime in when they kick me under the table to tell you about the blood drive that I so desperately want you to roll up your sleeves for. Okay? Okay. Good. And after, I'm taking them to the vampires and they'll take one for the MaNiC MoMMy team and get stabbed for me! Sounds fun right? Come on and join in! Check it out! There'll be lots of laughs and fun, and maybe I'll practice drawing their blood while I'm there!

Live stream address: For all the fun details about tomorrow's interactive chat, go to SUBURBAN WOW! right NOW!


naiadkitty said...

That's awesome! Congratulations!

Catherine said...

We(husband, eldest daughter and myself) gave blood yesterday. No photos tho', not sure if the Scottish blood transfusion service allows that. The place was packed with lots of the 6th years( those in their last year at school)giving for the first time, you have to be 17. Afterwards we get a cup of tea and a biscuit or two. There's always a scramble for the Tunnock's Tea Cakes and Tuc cheese biscuits.Do you get such treats in America? Hope you "appearance" went well and gained lots of new donors

MaNiC MoMMy™ said...

Thanks Naiadkitty! Was lots of fun!

Catherine! So awesome that you all three donated together! I tell my kids that when they turn 16 we are going to donate blood together! We don't have those types of treats here in America, but I have a friend I met online who sent me Tim Tams once before they were made here by an American Co. and they were AWESOME!!!! Thanks for your comment!!