Asked by Anonymous
Due to the app being dumb, I answered this at work. Sorry!
Dear Anon: I have seen a famous person at an airport! Once, at Mitchell in Milwaukee, we saw Dusting Diamond! He was Screech on Saved by the Bell. He lives outside of Milwaukee, so it’s not that weird. What was weird is that he wasn’t being mobbed by fans. But, I was just staring at him and taking creeper pictures.
I’d like to meet a man, who makes me want to do more than just work.
Cuz, that’s all I’ve been doing lately. I like my job, but honestly, it’s all I do.
When I was in flings before, they took my mind of work, and I would actually have a life outside of work.
I miss that.
I have been eating healthy for one month now. It’s easier now. I don’t constantly think about what I can’t have. I eat some bread, not a ton. And I’ve only had potatoes once. I haven’t had any fast food, I have cut way way down on the sugary coffee drinks. All I have now is sugar free vanilla iced coffe from macdons. No soda, lots and lots or iced tea. I like those mix in packets, since unless water is ice cold, I’m not going to be drinking tons of it. So much chicken. So much salad. We actually finished a package of lettuce for once!
Every May, Wisconsin crowns a new Alice in Dairyland. Alice got her start in 1948 when she hosted the Wisconsin Centennial Exposition at State Fair Park in West Allis. A huge papier-mache “Alice” answered questions from children while the real Alice, Margaret McGuire Blott, remained seated just offstage. Today, Alice in Dairyland is the state’s most recognizable spokesperson for Wisconsin agriculture. Rochelle Ripp of Lodi was named the 65th Alice in Dairyland on May 19th. Her duties begin in June during Dairy Month.
In this photo, Governor Tommy Thompson poses with Amy Fischer, Alice in Dairyland 1999.
via: Tommy G. Thompson Collection, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Libraries