Tuesday, March 23, 2010

A new catch phrase, and a prize to boot!

Okay people, I was just bragging about your clever, bad selves yesterday!  So here is the challenge; as you know, I am normally not at a loss for words, but for some crazy reason I find myself short on just one or two words, and it is driving me nuts!!!  So, I am offering up one of my brand new Naked~Nure T-shirts as a prize to the person who helps me out.   Friend or foe, family or stranger, I want you all to participate (and I'd love for you to spread the word) in completing my new catch phrase.
So far I have  The Royal Ranch, Celebrating "everyday" Royalty!  It is the "everyday" that I am not happy with.  Maybe I need to back up a couple of steps.  As you know if you have been following this blog, that I am in the middle of starting a new program with my book, Llucky Llama.  I am planning on working with special needs kids as well as doing visits to schools (this will be to fill in the gaps and to hopefully pay a few bills-ha!).  
I am continuing, and changing my line of gardening products with Naked~Nure because we are very committed to these products and know that they can make a huge impact on the environment and that it is a wise business choice.  I also will be keeping my B&B, The Royal Roost open to our guests because we enjoy having them so much. Because our pack llamas enjoy their jobs so much, we will continue to pack in the fall.  And, I of course, will still be committed to being "green"!  Whew, I get tired just thinking of it....no, not really!
The point is, is that over the years, I have taken in all of these odd ball animals.  And, needless to say, I am a rather oddball gal myself, which I am rather proud of.  That is the whole point of the middle word not fitting.  I want to celebrate these kids', and these animals', and this world and environment's differences with royalty and style!  Celebrating Individualism with Royalty?  Celebrating _______ in Royalty?  I'm waiting people, give me what you got!  And, sorry to say, obviously this is a very subjective contest, no rules apply, anyone is eligible, the more entries the better, please blog about it if you want, and I'll give you until Friday at noon (mst).  Good luck and thanks for your help!


lfhpueblo said...

I'd say
"Celebrating Indivertibly In Royalty."

Indivertibly means can't be diverted or turned away. You certainly are one that can't turn away various forms of Royalty, whether it be in the form of your family, animals, B&B guests, or your need to connect with children with needs. Seems as though you're always going to be surrounded with Royalty, and that's a good thing in my book.

Good luck to all that help you with a new catch phrase.

lfhpueblo at msn dot com

lfhpueblo said...

Every one who participates could maybe consider themselves a conductor in life.

"Celebrating Conductors In Royalty."


Royal Ranch said...

Hi! My sister sent me an e-mail with the idea of "Celebrating each person as royalty." Just wanted to let you know of another entry!