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The time has come for me to face the facts and follow through on some of my promises to you all. Two of the most important being: upload more artwork to this blog and write and perform a rap.

Shenanigans aside, the only “drawings” on here recently were made in under 5 minutes in tux paint, so, here is a painting I’ve been working on this winter break entitled “Lash Blast Mascara 1.” Eventually, I want to make another two of similar creatures.

Now promise number two.  In order to write the rap I have arranged to stay in a cabin in the wilderness without the internet until New Years Eve.  Okay, maybe my parents planned this as a family vacation and I just decided to use that time to force myself to produce something even if it is terrible, SO SHOOT ME.

I am bringing my painting supplies so maybe I’ll even paint more things as well. I don’t want you to get your hopes up though.  Realistically I will spend all day reading and eating, but I am really going to try to write some mad rhymes.

All too soon I will be leaving Oregon and going back to Georgia.  I have complex mixed feelings about this that are probably better expressed in a rap.  (My inspiration, revealed.)

I guess I’m really just posting this to preemptively warn you that I probably will not post again until 2011. Enjoy the last of your even year everyone.

I’ll admit to nothing, but, if I did have a Ya-Ya Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants type deal going on, these would be our  saints.  All of them deserve their own post but here is a quick overview:

Uffie

What is more inspiring to a little white girl than a little white girl rapping? She was born “Anna-Catherine,” my name is Anna.  So, we’re pretty much the same person.

Tina Fey

30 rock, SNL, smart, intelligent, sexy, what more could you possibly want? Plus, we’re both part Greek so all you fan-girls can suck it.

Tina Turner

Say it with me now: Legs, voice, power.  If Tina Turner does not move you then you simply cannot be moved.

Tim Gunn

Sometimes we have to keep it classy. And who is more classy than Project Runway mentor Tim Gunn?

“Make it work,” should be everyone’s mantra.

And our most recent inductee: Chelsea Handler

She is hilarious. Her books are hilarious.  I want her life.