1. First of all, you can find me today at the LG Report. The LG Report is a hilarious blog. Its author, Mr. LG, likes to interview one blogger from every state. I am proud to represent the state of UTAH in his quest.
So, click on over and learn everything there is to know about the great state of UTAH. I have debunked many myths about our great state and probably started some new ones.
Just so you know, in the interview I mention living in Scranton, PA. I am not from Scranton, but spent about two years around that area in my early 20's. I did, however, get to see "Scrantonicity" live three times. Their drummer rules!
2. If you have been an avid Cheese reader from the beginning, you may be aware that I enjoy a good run. As a so called "runner", I have high ambitions to compete in running competitions. My goal is to win the Salt Lake City Marathon, but I would settle for coming in last in the Salt Lake City Marathon.
Anyway, I love to run in something called the Ragnar Relay. This race lasts nearly two full days and you run in teams of twelve. It lasts through the night and if it is your turn to run, you may be running through the Utah backwoods at two or three in the morning.
It's great fun. But here is the snag: the entry fee is a whopping $90! You see, I teach. We don't exactly have $90 on hand.
So, here is what I am asking of my readers: I am looking for one... ONE person (or company) to sponsor me. For your $90 gift, I will do one of the following three things:
A. Shave your name into my chest hair and run shirtless.
B. Write your name on the back of my running shorts - one name for each cheek.
C. Scream your name over and over and over the entire time I run.
It is your choice! This could all be yours for only $90. (Plus shipping and handling.)
3. If you missed yesterday's post about the Tigger Mom, I'd be honored if you read it. (I don't usually post two days in a row, but I felt obligated today) And if you are confused - as I know some of you are - the post was inspired by this book by Amy Chua. If you have not heard of this book, where have you been the last month or so?