Easy. Breezy. Beautiful.
I've always had a thing for cover girls, and Cover Girl cover girls have really done it for me in the past. My two favourites being
and Niki Taylor,
in that order.
Ok, so Drew's stint as Cover Girl is still in the present, but isn't she lip perfection personified?
This month, October 2011, I add one more cover girl to my list of favourites: Becca Schwartz.
Oh, WorkZine, you just became exponentially more welcomed in my inbox each month. Thanks to this exposure, I'm sure Becca will attract quite a bit of attention, and she might have difficulty selecting only one guy among the many who will want to be her suitor. Well, lucky for us, Becca has put thought into polyandry.
Imagine the law made it mandatory for you to marry four husbands and each had to be from a different country, which countries would you choose from and why?
US - being American, I’ve found that it’s usually Americans who share the values and beliefs of mine that matter. Plus my mother has informed me that if I have her grandchildren and keep them somewhere in Africa, I will be dead to her - this way, my American husband could keep the grandchildren in the US, close to Jaja.
Senegal - It’ll give me a chance to work on my French and Wolof skills and (assuming I also get citizenship in Senegal with the marriage) free travel within ECOWAS - important for business. When I lived in Senegal, I was proposed to at least 3 times per week so it may be good to actually take one of these guys up on it someday. To be clear, it wasn’t really that I’m all that, it was that I may hold the key to a magic visa/green card for them. Also, Senegalese men tend to be quite tall and handsome.
Sweden - I’ve got the dark and handsome with the Senegalese fellow so I’ll even it out with light and handsome from Sweden, you know the model type. Plus the EU passport will come in handy.
Uganda - I’ve lived here too long not to include one of you guys. I guess maybe you’ve grown on me :)
Isn't it so cute, the way she is able to speak using emoticons? Not only is she cute, guys, but she can probably out sing all of us in a Rent sing-a-long, and she's an expert in solar power marketing. She can light up your life.
That's enough about Becca ( I gush, I gush). I want to give a bit more credit to WorkZine. I began receiving it around edition 28 (Becca's issue is 37). I really like the concept and the platform they give to writers (seasoned and those learning the ropes, yet have something to say). Check out their website: www.theworkzine.com. You can also listen to a podcast of an interview with the managing editor of WorkZine, Abid Were.