Alrighty, my friends, the game is afoot! In honor of one year of The Mother Load, I present the Bloggiversary Meme, also known as You Oughta Be in Pictures. Here's how it works:
You, my lovely readers, are to pitch me a concept for a movie/television show about my life. To give you a jump start, you can answer the five questions listed below - and the more descriptive/funny/heartwarming/quirky, the better. I will even give you little editorial elaborations on these questions, just in case they are not clear enough. Go with your gut, and use what you have learned about my personality from this blog.
The winner of this contest will get a nicely sized gift certificate to Amazon.com, and you DO NOT need your own blog to win! You DO need to leave a comment with your answers. I know there are readers out there who have never commented - and some of them, ahem, are related to me - so now is your chance to win something for commenting. It's now or never, people!
I will leave this contest open until Monday, August 27th, 7 pm EST, at which time I will sit down with a huge bowl of ice cream and pick a winner. I will consider all entries, even if you have never heard of this blog until now (which, given my sitemeter stats, is highly probable).
One last piece of business: I need to thank Rob for the great idea, as always.
- Who would play me? (I like classy actresses with cool accents. Hint, hint.)
- Who would play Rob? (If you don't say Colin Firth, you are dead to me. Kidding! But that gives you an idea of my "type" )
- What would my job be if I wasn't a stay-home mom (or even if I wasn't a mom. Can you imagine? I can't . . .)
- What is the theme song/soundtrack of my show/movie? (pick a genre, any genre. But if you pick gangsta rap, chances are you might be new here)
- What is the title of this production? (this is all you, my friends! Make it count.)
- Get crazy! Go on and add any other details that you see fit.
Good Luck! - and feel free to advertise (unless you want to play it close to the vest and limit the competition, which is probably what I would do)