Although my son’s favourite book is currently “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”, occasionally he’ll pick up some of my or husband’s reading material. While bike repair manuals hold no interest for him, the latest Oprah magazine was a winner. I thought I’d share some of the story with you.
Oprah says ride on a dog sled in ten thousand dollar ball gowns- they help you steer.
Oprah says listen to her podcast because she has a direct line to God. Or money.
Oprah says live in a Volkswagen van to be true to yourself.
Oprah says shoveling snow is good for you. Even though she’s never done it.
Oprah says to wear hats to the beach. But not sun protective ones, santa hats because they’re Pintrest worthy and make good “Look at how fabulous our family’s life is” Christmas cards.
Oprah says hugging dogs in two hundred dollar faux fur hats increases your life span.
Oprah says that coffee tastes best when it’s consumed from a cup that looks like it was purchased at a garage sale for 25 cents but actually costs 50 times that.
Oprah says to wear flannel, plaid pyjamas so you can look like a sleepy lumberjack.
Oprah says that scarves which resemble stuffed, coloured garbage bags are stylish. We have to believe her, she’s Oprah.
Oprah says that wearing pyjamas as clothes is acceptable now. We need to thank Oprah. Or college students, one of the two.
Oprah says to wash in goat cheese so you’ll look like Taylor Swift.
Oprah says to ignore all of her demands to buy gifts and instead make presents for loved ones. Out of thoughts. Oprah believes in you. You can do this.
Oprah says to eat strawberries. But only in cake form.
Oprah says to hug dogs again. We all should show dogs more love.