Jamberry Nail Wraps!

Jamberry Consultant Bozeman Montana

One berry, two berry, pick me a blueberry…

I did something this week I thought I’d never do: I signed on as an independent consultant with a sales company. It started off as an innocent “think I’ll host a party and try to earn some free Jamberry nail wraps” and then I saw how everyone was loving them and how the wraps basically sold themselves and I thought, “Hmmm, why not try this myself?” So I signed up.

Since last Monday I’ve booked three online Facebook Jamberry parties and have solid leads for three others (two in-home parties and another Facebook party). Most of the attendees have never heard of Jamberry before and they all seem pretty excited to learn more. And I’m happy to tell them.

My consultant kit arrived tonight and I’m now ready to send out samples! If you are interested in checking Jamberry out for yourself and want me to send you a sample, just let me know! Or if you’d like to host an online party for yourself as a way to earn hostess credit, I’m happy to help you with that too. Or if you are local to Oklahoma City or Tulsa and would like to do an in-house party, we can arrange that as well. Or if you just want to place a retail order without messing with a party at all, you can certainly do that as well.

Or if being on the cutting edge of a sales company that doesn’t have a consultant on every block already is appealing to you, I can tell you more about that as well!

Clearly I’ve lost my marbles here and have gone completely crazy. But I love Jamberry and I think you will too. I’d love the chance to show you more!

So that’s that. I now have some samples to pop in the mail. *grin*




Katie’s weekly participation in a reading clinic through the University of Oklahoma came to a close tonight with a Reader’s Theater presentation and a parent/teacher conference. At first it was just going to be me attending like I do every Monday, but then Millie decided to come. I thought we’d have some lag-time, so we brought Sorry! with us. As it turned out, due to a series of unfortunate traffic issues, I was unable to get Maddie and Chloe to their speech & debate club on time, so they ended up having to skip that and go with us to the Reader’s Theater. I think they wanted to support Katie anyway. Also, it turned out that there was no lag-time and I didn’t get to play. But I was glad we brought the game because while I was in the parent/teacher conference, the other girls did play. So. Good decision there.

Also, I think it’s all kinds of awesome that the last time my kids played they filled in the missing pieces with colored counting bears. It ended up being perfect because we have colored counting bears in all the Sorry! colors and there’s just something special about getting put back to start by a a snarky smiling bear.


Book Christmas Tree


It’s a little short and squatty, but I’m still super happy with my Christmas tree made from books. I built it and tore it down and re-built it and tore it down and re-built it one more time. In the end, I could have kept at it because I think I know what I really want to do to get it to look the way I want it to, but I decided to let it go. And the more I see it the more I like it. Ah, December, you no longer scare me. Come on in, we’re waiting for you.


The Day After Christmas

We ended up spending Christmas Eve and Christmas morning with my parents in Owasso. Oklahoma was supposedly supposed to get dumped on with snow today and being concerned we might get snowed in, we came back home this morning, arriving around 11:30. The girls had already opened their stockings at my parents’ house and so this was the 12:45pm snapshot before they opened it all. After that we went to see Les Miserables and… it. was. amazing. I have no good words to describe it other than I cried multiple times and I think having listened to the soundtrack multiple times before going to see the movie worked to my advantage.

More from the December Photo Project here.