Last night we watched Bill Engvall's 15 Degrees Off Cool. I highly recommend it. He was so funny, he even laughed at himself and had a hard time getting through some of his jokes. Part of his monologue is about how he's 15 degrees off cool. What he means by this is, there are cool people and he's just 15 degrees off of what most people would call cool. Watch this and you'll see what he means. I could so relate to what he was saying.
I'm 15 degrees off diva. Even in the blogging world.
I don't post about fashionable shoes. I wouldn't even know one if Prince Charming asked me to try one on.
My purse is a Tinkerbell purse I bought at Walmart. If I had to go to a police line up and choose the most fashionable purse, I'd be up a creek without a Gucci paddle.
Other bloggers post about reading best selling books by popular authors. The most recent book I could post about would be Snuggle Puppy. It's short but worth the read. I don't have time to sit down with a good book anymore. If I did, I'd read a few words and fall asleep. It would take me until my 56th birthday to complete the book. So I can't even be a geeky, blogging diva.
I truly am 15 degrees off diva. It's been proven.