Kelly In Catty

This blog is Kell's attempt to keep in touch with friends far away who complain that I don't e-mail nearly enough.

Thursday, February 24, 2005

Feel Free to Comment

Blogger has just changed their comment system - you no longer need to register - which is very cool... So if you want to, you can tell me what a jerk I am for hating home parties - or how much you liked my chicken with peanut sauce recipe - or whatever...

3 Comments:

  • At 6:47 PM, Blogger jdain said…

    You'd best admit that the tupperware party you attended with me (your FIRST) was a lovely experience. I think I remember that auction thing though. I have gotten confident enough to go, have fun, eat the food, and NOT buy anything. Go to your boss's wife's party, wear LOTS of really cool jewelry, and leave your checkbook at home! :-)

     
  • At 9:55 AM, Blogger Kell said…

    Oh, Jane, dear. That was only the FIRST Tupperware party. The one I described was my friend Heather's - and it was pretty ... well, like the one I went to with you.

    I STILL don't own any Tupperware, although I may have a tupperbuck floating around as scrap paper!

     
  • At 3:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I enjoyed your party comments and I must admit that I'm not crazy about most home parties. But I am a Tastefully Simple consultant who wants to defend our products! In our catalog we have many all natural products and we have nothing with 20 grams of sat fat! The worst thing in some of our yummy goodies is the sugar! Which many people enjoy and sugar keeps many corporations in business. What I do enjoy about Tastefully Simple is we only sell to people who eat, our taste-testing parties are easy to book, and you can build a team (sponsor others) more quickly than any other direct sales company. I do 4-6 parties a month which means I go out to work 4-6 nights a month. My leadership checks average $2000 a month. So I take home $2400 - $3000+ each month. Even if you hate home parties you must admit this beats working a full-time gig for someone else! Not to mention the trips earned and other incentives. Plus a home business gives you tax write-offs you wouldn't have otherwise. Smart people work home businesses. Smarter people work a TS business! For more information on how TS can benefit you please look at the features on my website at www.tastefullysimple.com/web/pocurran. All inquires are welcome and you can open up your own business for $99 until 10/2009. Would love to share more about our great party plan and company!

     

Post a Comment

<< Home