About Being Kerri

champagneAwhile back, my husband and I took a long weekend away to keep from going crazy. The hotel where we stayed had lovely staff who handed me a glass of pink champagne every time I turned around. We spent the weekend in the spa, eating, reading, napping, eating some more and of course, drinking pink champagne. It was really how I was made to live. As proof, when I got home, I’d lost four pounds.

And so my brilliant plan was born: Drink, Sleep and Be Kerri! This is the solution to all your problems.

  • Bad skin? Pink champagne!
  • Rough job? Take a nap.
  • Not getting along with your family? Dream up some ridiculous shenanigan to distract you from the drama.

There really is no situation that a nap, a drink or absurd behavior won’t fix! Technically, there are a lot of things this won’t help one little bit. But it will probably make you feel better, and sometimes feeling better can help you actually solve your problems.

Stick around. I’ll tell you some tall tales, serve some beverages and we’ll have a good laugh.

If you need to contact me for some reason, drop me a line: kerri [at] mudrain [dot] com.

The FTC seems to think you need to know certain things about the blogs you read. In the interest of not getting sideways with the government, you can read a full disclosure statement about this blog, although I’m not certain why you would ever want to.

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4 thoughts on “About Being Kerri

  1. Today was a really good day to discover you. That light touch of irreverence was the perfect tonic today.

  2. I would have to echo the above post. Today is one of those days where I need to laugh a bit and celebrate the zany side of life. Thank you.

  3. I’m glad to discover your blog and your humor. This reminded me of Elizabeth Gilbert’s Quote in Eat, Pray, Love: “There’s no trouble in this world so serious that it can’t be cured with a hot bath, a glass of whiskey, and the Book of Common Prayer.” Thanks for the blog!

  4. I discovered your blog over at Bourbon & Boots – I laughed myself silly reading some of your articles – written in the style of (in my opinion) Rick Bragg. He’s the guy who writes the last page in most of the Southern Living Magazine editions. Like Rick, I am from the South but as someone who married a Southerner, you capture the sites, sounds and feelings of our corner of the world – making it yours too! You have a new followers!

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