Sorry for not posting yesterday. I was taking a class at the AMAZING Learning Annex here in Los Angeles. The Learning Annex is a wonderful institution that offers regular people--people like you n' me--valuable insight into a wide range of topics that will ultimately allow ourselves to improve our lives.
Yesterday I took the first step to a better life by attending Lisa Johnson's seminar "How to Snare a Millionaire". She promised I'd learn to:
--Go where the rich go--and locate the "hot spots" that rich men frequent
--Find out if your potential mate is rich, without him/her knowing about it
--Package and project yourself
--Get he/she "hooked" on you
--Get your mate financially committed to you before marriage
--How to find him, catch him, and keep him.
As a bonus, Lisa will personally deliver my personal profile to eligible millionaires who are eager to meet the right companion. All I need to do is bring stationary, photos and writing utensils and let Lisa show me how to write a provocative personal profile.
Oh, and for any of you who DOUBT Lisa's credentials, she knows what she's talking about. She is a well-known media personality and the AUTHOR of "How to Snare a Millionaire." She's interviewed George Clooney, Sylvester Stallone, Richard Gere, among other celebrities. She is a frequent guest on national talk shows and writes a weekly Hollywood gossip column.
But Laura, you're probably asking, do you really think that one class is enough to land a millionaire?
Not necessarily. That's why I'm also going to take Jean Sanders Torrey's class "How to Get Any Man to Marry You--Guaranteed!"
This is probably a better class. Whereas Lisa's class shows you how to marry a millionaire, this class shows you how to get ANY man to marry you. So I could get a millionaire or a BILLIONAIRE, or someone really famous. I don't want y'all to think I only care about money. I don't. I care about prestige as well. And that's why, after taking this second class, I plan on getting the Dali Lama to marry me. He's super famous but is also well-grounded spiritually. Plus he travels quite a bit and I think I would enjoy that.
What are Jean Saunder's qualifications? Well, Jean is a writer, model AND fashion consultant. She's a former fashion editor of Movieline magazine, social columnist for Beverly Hills Today and personal shopper for Saks Fifth Avenue. PLUS she is now the sharp, sophisticated author of "Why Men Marry and Why Men Don't."
Between these two ladies, I should be in very good hands.
I will keep everyone posted as to my progress. This time next year I'll probably be relaxing at my mountain home in Tibet. You're all invited (provided Lami isn't too busy)!