Jen tells us she has decided she is going to get a new house using the powers of manifestation and winning a raffle. She bought one raffle ticket and insists that is all she’ll need. I am a believer in making things happen, so I agree to help out. I tell her I’ll keep mentally working on it when I get back home. We have until June, when the home gets raffled.

Grace says: Oh, I’m manifesting it right now. I’m also doing Kegel exercises and I’ll keep doing both all through brunch.


8 Replies to “Brunch”

  1. Nice link to, dollin.

    So, we had a great brunch, did we not? Such was the power of the Kegel.

    I’m thinking we should have a Global Kegel Minute. All good women of the planet rolling out a minute’s worth of Kegels from 3:00 – 3:01pm GMT on, say, January 28, 2007. Who’s in?

  2. I didn’t even have to do anything, and when I read the word Kegel, IT started kegeling on its own. Whew. What a powerful word.

    Kegel. Kegel For Nakedjen 2007! I’m in it for the long haul.

  3. I LOVE IT! Kegel for Nakedjen in 2007! I do believe that I should print up bumper stickers and t-shirts. Thank you, Leah, for the plug for the house and for your very powerful thoughts. They will most certainly help just as much as all those kegels.

    Let’s keep it up! I promise one helluva celebration party when we move in!

  4. What the heck… I’ll kegel for nakedjen too!

    and Leah, I’m sure you don’t do these things, not sure why I am, but hey, consider yourself tagged… details on my blog 🙂

    PS your trip sounds fun! there’s a bed here in San Diego with your name on it whenever you head this way again.

  5. Oh, God I’m not sure I can resist the dream house raffle.

    Why is it always when you are poorest that these things are the most tempting? OK, that’s a pretty obvious question.

    Perhaps I should not put myself into competition with Jen, though.

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