Oh. Guys. It's so crazy. I feel like my publicist is doing a full-media blast on me. I don't have a publicist but it feels like I do. I mean, a couple months ago I did this for Shep while he was cutting my hair. I'm afraid it's going to go viral! Shep did a great job and it's no wonder--he was wearing his lucky neckerchief. I agreed to be in the clip as long as they didn't show my face because I was afraid my natural lack of enthusiasm would make it look like I didn't like my hair. Notice how Shep describes my hair as a bubble? How does he talk about my hair when I'm not in the room? I kid--it's just show business.
I'm also currently featured here, on my sister-in-law's Ravelry knitting patterns website.
What with all this and the work I'm doing for Kelloggs it's like you can't even turn around without getting a faceful of Kacy! Hope you don't mind.
It seems like the right time to include this interview of myself with myself.
Kacy: Ravelry. Kelloggs. Shep's hairstyling tips. Kacy, how does it feel?
Kacy: Surreal. And also gratifying.
Kacy: What's next?
Kacy: Oh. Geeze. Who knows. I might sign up for PTA. I might Tweet. I might be quoted in the Ensign. BAM!
Kacy: Do you have a secret blog?
Kacy: No. I mean yes. Wait, no. I definitely don't.
Kacy: Do you ever get tired of talking about parenting, not-very-good-housekeeping, and the books you read?
Kacy: No. As a matter of fact I don't. But the way you asked that makes me think you are sick of it, which is kind of rude.
Kacy: You seem to enjoy writing. Have you ever thought about writing a book?
Kacy: I'm really glad you asked me that because I do enjoy writing and I am working on a young adult novel. It's called Fangs Are Sexy.
Kacy: From what I hear (primarily on Facebook), most people are too busy to blog. How do you find the time?
Kacy: I don't run marathons or garden. It saves me a lot of time. (Which I use for blogging.)
Kacy: Are you tired?
Kacy: No. I'm just resting my eyes.