Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Why I Nearly Fainted at the Housewares Show

I'm reading: Why I Nearly Fainted at the Housewares ShowTweet this!

The Housewares Show had just about every gadget and gizmo one can imagine.
A long-handled electrostatic duster for your car's dashboard? Check.
Something to help you roll your own sushi? Got it.
A hot dog stuffer? Yep, though I didn't ask for a demo or review sample.

In addition to perusing miles of the latest housewares, I got a great treat in the form of lunching with the famous Val (whose blog in transition at the moment and who you may recognize from EA Sports Active commercials). And she's a MomImpact member--woot!

During lunch I got a call, which I ignored. Little did I realize I missed one of the most important calls of my life. Amidst the din of a crowd of thousands I was asked a question I never expected to be asked. I had been chosen for something big and important. Me? I'm just a mom who blogs.

More on that later, it still feels very surreal. For now, I leave you with:



I have a second Whrrl story with new and different items over at Scrambled CAKE, my food blog. I'll be sharing more product highlights over there in the coming weeks.
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7 comments:

Jen said...

"Would you like to sell me your house for one hundred billion dollars?"
"Are you interested in being the head of GT advocacy for the United States?"

Am I getting close? ; )

BlondeMomBlog (Jamie) said...

Oh oh OH! I wanna know...great teaser Kim! :)

Naomi said...

The suspense is *killing* me!!!

Marketing Mommy said...

Don't leave us hangin' like that!

The Crazy Suburban Mom said...

Ah phooey. Maybe I'm thick as a post and it was something I could read between the lines and I'm just duh... but what????

TheAngelForever said...

No fair teasing us like that. Are you waiting for us to make you offers like we do for the afikoman ;)

kristina said...

I'm catching up on my blog reading so I know the amazing reason why you almost fainted ... but the housewares show? Loved your whrrl story. And as a love of all things home decor, I left a bunch of geeky comments on it.