Everybody’s favorite bookworm birdie is back—and something’s wrong! When Calvin reads the word “wagons,“ he sees “dragons” instead, and he’s tripping over the library chairs. Calvin needs glasses! When his family checks out the new specs, though, they just tease him. Poo... - #Back, #Book, #Coolest, #Day, #Dragons, #Forest, #Glasses, #Kids, #PoorCalvin, #Wear
Break out the pizza and relive America’s favorite turtle-action when Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Cowabunga Classics comes out of its shell! Fun for the whole family, the collection includes the “Top 10” rated episodes by fans as found on TV.com. Perfectly timed... - #30thAnniversary, #BonusFeatures, #Collection, #Copy, #CoreSeason, #CowabungaShredheadSeason, #ExclusiveArtistInterviews, #Favorite, #ShredderSplinteredSeason, #TMNT
- Blogger, 2006 - present
Lisa Martin is a native of Wisconsin but now resides in the Chicago area with her husband and two children ages 6 and 3. She is a work-at-home mom who uses her skills and talents for freelance jobs. At any given time, she’s usually tied-up with three or four projects in addition to her full-time blogging.
Lisa started blogging in April of 2006, as a means of keeping in touch with long-distance family and friends. After experiencing some personal issues in July of the same year, she learned she could help others with her experiences…through blogging. Lisa now discusses all of life’s issues while managing her three blog: My Thoughts, Ideas, and Ramblings; Lisa Cooking; and Lisa’s Travels.
Lisa has participated in several exclusive media projects, including the Sony Mommy Bloggers Event in April of 2008, the Pampers Mommy Bloggers Event, the Epson Event in Chicago, the Stouffers Event in April 2009, a yacht ride with Lands End in July 2009, and 1-800-Baskets in October 2009. In addition to these personal appearances, Lisa’s blog has also been quoted in The New York Times and she has been interviewed by the Southtown Star, The Chicago Sun Times, and inside. She also spoke on the doterati panel Blog Marketing Demystified in October 2009. In 2010, she was invited to a blogger exclusive Mrs. Prindable’s tour and was also invited to The International Housewares Show.
- University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
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