Guns. America. A “big gulp.” Pure Mom. [Read more...]
Christmas around my household was always a fun, sweet time – Mom did a lot to make memories that will last a lifetime. [Read more...]
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Mom isn’t asking for cake and presents. [Read more...]
Thank you guys!! I know that I have the most wonderful people voting for me — I appreciate every single vote cast. This week was a hard week, as everyone saw. But you guys were there to support me, and I’m so thankful for that!
For fun, I thought I’d celebrate making it to Week Four by showing a dozen photos from the first three weeks. Enjoy! (You may have already seen one or two of these. And oh yeah –warning — the last one is gross, but I wanted to show you what dancing in high heels does to feet!)
CLICK FOR PHOTO See my next behind-the-scenes DWTS photo here!
A friend sent me a photo of page 40 of OK! Magazine, which features my mom and Trig. Or so people will think. [Read more...]
Seriously, President Obama?
Thank you so much for your amazing support of the post I wrote this week about treating each other with respect, regardless of how we feel about the politics of gay marriage. [Read more...]
If you support Chick-fil-A’s stance on traditional values, please show it by stopping by and eating some waffle fries this weekend! [Read more...]
Mom, of course, was the first Republican woman to run for Vice President. [Read more...]
Trust me, it’s crazy to see your life on television. That’s why every week, I’m going to do a blog posts called “On Second Thought.” These posts are where I will go over the episodes of my Lifetime show as I process the issues presented now that I’ve seen them aired. I hope you’ll join me for these weekly posts – which will undoubtedly be part-confession, part-explanation, and part-celebration of my life right now!
Episode Five, Air Date: July 3, 2012
Washington, DC is not my type of place. I don’t love being up to my neck in politics, and it’s hard not to be in the nation’s capital. However, it was worth flying down to do a book signing and to see Mom speak. [Read more...]