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Candles, makeup and gay boys, oh my!

Last night was much fun! I hosted a PartyLite candle & Mary Kay (for boys) party at David's Coffeehouse, and much fun and girlyness was had. We left with silky hands, moisturized faces and many stinky candle scents in our noses, and it was all a hoot. I ended up with some lotions for me and Q and a 3-wick candle, although I'll get some more once people put their orderes in. (If anyone wants anything let me know - the party books will be open until Sunday.) Many thanks to galtine1 for bring her PartyLite wares and tinyhand for showing us how to make ourselves more beautiful! And thanks to mike14780, fernanb, nolly, buddykat, samuraimeg and Bill for coming - I hope everyone had fun! (I know I did - I can't believe we were there kibbitzing until 11!) Maybe I'll do another one in the fall for Christmas for those who couldn't make it (and really, we did have a good time).

Other than that, it's been a boring week so far - work, work, some City of Heroes Monday night, and gaming tonight. Nothing much else planned for the week, which is good.


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May. 19th, 2005 01:19 am (UTC)
I missed it so sorry!

But, If there are things on the Mary Kay (Bunny Foo) website I want do I just email you an order or what?
May. 19th, 2005 02:13 am (UTC)
Sure! Let me know and I'll pass it on to Jen (tinyhand), or I can have her give you a call if you like. I'm sorry you missed it - I was actually looking for you! :)
May. 19th, 2005 06:24 am (UTC)
*sigh* So sorry I couldn't make it. I will be passing an order along to Sandra for candles, 'tho. Next time??? :)
May. 19th, 2005 05:01 pm (UTC)
Next time definitely! And make sure you talk to her before Sunday.
May. 24th, 2005 03:28 pm (UTC)
Oh my god, I wish I could find a bunch of guys to have a Mary Kay Class with....all my customers are old ladies that wear orange lipstick.
May. 24th, 2005 06:07 pm (UTC)
We had sooooooooooo much fun. Both of the presenters want more gay boys in their clientele, and tinyhand, who does Mary Kay, is considering trying to make inroads into some folks in the transgendered community, which I think is a grand idea. :)
May. 24th, 2005 06:13 pm (UTC)
oh that is a good idea. Actually my biggest order to date was my hair stylist. He bought huge baskets for all his employees. I love him to death, and I think he may be the bravest man I know. He's black, gay and in an interacial relationship. I'm surprised people in this town haven't had his hide. (Have I mentioned I hate my town?)
May. 24th, 2005 06:36 pm (UTC)
Yay for him! Where are you located?
May. 24th, 2005 06:44 pm (UTC)
Harrisonburg, Virgina. Quite possibly the most close-minded place in the US. My husband wouldn't let me put a John Kerry sticker on our car during the election, because he was afraid that the car would be vandalised.

I think there is an ever growing GL&B population here. But it's still pretty limited. One of the high schools started a Gay and Straight Alliance for students. The community had a fit, and it was shut down. The community said that is promoted sex in the high school. What a crock of shit? It's ridiculous around here. A friend of mind is half hispanic, half white. She had a boss make a comment about "wetbacks" right in front of her, then the boss told her it was just like saying the "N" word, except she used the N word. Ugg. People around here.

Wow - sorry for the tangent.
May. 24th, 2005 07:25 pm (UTC)
Not at all. I'm sorry to hear things are so backwards there. I was lucky - both Philly and San Diego are, for the most part, liberal towns.
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