Jenny Law: I ♥ The Coke Fizz And Wish They Would Bottle It, I'm Addicted To Sour Candy But Not The Gummy Kind, I Use Chap stick A Lot, I ♥ Baseball , Movies, Good Clothes, Fast Cars, and Wicked Cool Sneakers, I Have A Strange Attraction To Pin Striped Suits And The Scent Of Play-Do, Music Is My Pulse, Life Without Good Music Would Suck. I ♥ my Fender Strat, I ♥ graffiti of the non gang war kind,drawing on everything I can use as canvas, I ♥ my heeler Bailey, and my Catahoula, Zoey. I ♥ The Ocean and Beach, I ♥ Surf Related Things And Riding My Longboard.
This is me in a nut shell :)
I love www.fark.com . It has the strangest stuff.
Jenny: I draw and paint on pretty much everything I can get my hands on! Check out my site http://web.me.com/jennylaw7/J-La_7_Design/J-La7designs.html and of course hit me up on facebook!
If you have no idea what to read if you have finished the " 50 Shades" books, here is a list of real life memoirs!
You're probably thinking you couldn't possibly read anything more risque than 50 Shades of Gray, but you'd be wrong!
Check out these memoirs, written by women that are anything but tame ... this is 50 Shades of real life!
The Surrender: An Erotic Memoir by Toni Bentley: Former New York Ballet dancer details her spiritual awakening - just in case the title didn't tip you off!
Learning To Drive by Katha Pollitt: This feminist poet's memoir has everything in it - passion, family drama, heart break and even the Facebook stalking of an ex-boyfriend!
Once Upon a Secret by MiMi Alford: This NJ born grandma penned her memoir detailing all aspects of her 18-month affair with JFK while she was a summer intern at the White House!
The Sexual Life of Catherine M. by Catherine Millet: This French writer penned her graphic memoir in 2002 detailing her explorations in orgies and discovering her freedom – critics have claimed this is the most explicit book about "wowow" ever written by a woman!
Candy Girl by Diablo Cody: This witty author of Juno once worked as a full time stripper and this blog-turned-memoir is her detailed description of that time in her life.