First off, I’m thrilled to be sporting our new & improved Gay Dad Project t-shirts (no love lost on Logosports, buh-bye! They just couldn’t get it right. Whatevs.). We’re officially collaborating with Lovebian Designs on these and we’re pleased as punch with the quality and the impeccable customer service. You can find Lovebian on Twitter @Lovebian, and on Facebook here (that’s code for follow & like– STAT.). The shirt I’m wearing in this photo is women’s fit, and I have a size Large on (I’m 5’8″). It also comes in white and black for now, and in Unisex. Want one of your own? CLICK HERE to order. And get this: Lovebian peeps Heather & Coco are so amazing, they decided to donate all profits from the sales of these shirts to The Gay Dad Project! Can I get a Whoop Whoop? How’s that for community and love? P.S. If you can’t find me at Blissdom next week, just look around for this shirt (probably with a ponytail and shoveling food in my face)!
More business to attend to. See that Listen To Your Mother button on my sidebar on the right? The red, black, and white one? Click on it to buy your tickets. Or CLICK HERE to buy tickets. If you’re in Kansas City and you don’t come to Unity Temple to watch on Saturday, 5/11/13 at 7 p.m., I will hunt you down. This show is going to be epic, and our cast includes some phenomenal women and writers. A-hem. And me. Yes, I decided to write something
don’t get your hopes up. So please come as we give Mother’s Day a microphone! Bring your Kleenex and your Depends, because you will laugh and cry as you listen. I PROMISE YOU THIS SHOW WILL SELL OUT. So for the love of all that is holy, do not wait until the day before to buy tickets. This would make a fantastic Mother’s Day gift to the mother or wife in your life, or a fun girls’ night out with your sisters and girlfriends. Grab some drinks beforehand, head to our show, then grab dinner and more drinks afterwards! The show will be a little over an hour long and is rated PG-13 for language for those bringing children along.
I’d like to extend a special thanks to our local sponsors so far: Hoopla Studio, WoodYard Bar-B-Que, Cafe Europa, and Lauren Alexandra. We couldn’t do this without you and BlogHer, our national sponsor! If you’re interested in becoming a local sponsor, please let me know–we’re still looking and we’d love to plaster your logo on our site and our programs and essentially pimp you out to everyone we know. If you’d like more information, just give me a shout. We’re over the moon about bringing this unique show to KC and I’m so excited I can’t stand it!