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Saturday, April 24, 2010

A New Flirty Girl

Yup, that's my mom! She was the highest bidder at a Robert Yamada live auction fundraiser I had donated a "Cartoon You" illustration to back in February. Among other things two of my mom's favorite things to do are winning big at the casino (the cash out ticket she sent me a photo of was only for 5¢ so I embellished her winnings just a bit.) and her iPhone, so of course I included both in her illustration.

She was also tickled that I included her MBT shoes. For those of you who are unfamiliar with MBT shoes, the sole is rounded to mimic the walking style of the Maasai, the semi-nomadic people of Africa. Their unique sole design promotes a better gait and better posture that in theory leads to better health. My mom could be a poster girl for the MBT brand. They are also pretty pricey but ever since she got her first pair years ago the pain that used to be in her hips has gone away. So some would say that though they are expensive, they're worth it. She even has MBT sandals for the summertime. She's kind of an MBTaholic.

Well I just wanted to say thanks to my mom for bidding in the auction to help Robert. Especially since I would have made you a "flirty" you for free. I mean you are my mom and all.

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