On today’s Satellite Sisters podcast, we get Liz’s EPIC Grammy rundown and pre-show Prince prep, Julie’s competitive response to Martha Stewart Super Grandma moving in on her Urban Nana turf, Lian’s Valentines Day and Birthday plans plus what science says about great dancers.
Getting Red Carpet ready is not easy, especially when Liz realized that the Grammys would include a major tribute to her main man Prince. Have you ever walked into Nordstroms and said “Just show me everything you have in purple”? Probably not, but Liz did. Thanks to all the members of the Satellite Sisters Facebook Group who participated in the crowdsourcing of advice on her purple headband versus purple sunglasses. As you can see from the final product, she decided to go with both. Add in her hairdresser Star and make-up man Alejandro and VOILA. Grammy magic?
Liz also gives us her list of the 3 moments that were better IN the theatre (Adele, Gaga, The Time + Bruno Mars do PRINCE) and the 3 that were better on TV (Bruno Mars first number, James Corden’s comedy, Beyonce’s celestial universal maternal goddess!).
Julie has a warning for Martha Stewart. Stay off her Urban Nana turf even if you can throw the world’s best space-themed party for your 2 grandchildren! Reluctantly, Julie admits that the March issue of Martha Stewart Living with a photo spread about the party may be the best issue ever. Julie also has other parenting questions about best sleepovers strategy for parents and teen sleep needs.
Lian has been looking into what makes a woman a great dancer. As Shakira would say (and researchers now prove), the hips don’t lie.
Liz’s Operation Sea Turtle update include actual news about turtles plus a question: What’s the line between meditation and napping? She seems to have crossed it.
Lian brings us an unexpected theory of the history of Valentine’s Day. Move over, Romans. Looks like Chaucer may deserve the credit. Plus her Oscar viewing plans go slightly awry with her husbanding her friends are taking her to the Opera for her birthday this week. That’s right. Opera!
Come join all five Satellite Sisters on April 22nd at the Santa Monica Public Library at 2 pm. No-host Meet-Up to follow. Are you coming? Let us know on this Facebook invite. More details from our travel agent to come later this week.
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