Monday, March 7, 2011

Tristi Pinkston shout-out!

This blog is for my friend, Tristi Pinkston. For one thing, she's kind. She made time to help me set up this blog. I even trusted her with my password, but so far she hasn't slid in any of her witty, wonderful writing for me. BUT SHE DID feature me on her blog, and I get the AIRHEAD AWARD for not putting her on mine during the same week! Tristi is a versatile writer, with actual factual historical books and FUN-FUN-FUN mysteries! She is classy and professional, with an editing service AND panelist positions at BYU's most recent LTUE (The Life, the Universe, and Everything) conference with hundreds of attendees. Her sense of humor is divine. I still laugh when I think about her cake song presented with real pathos during one of our Storymaker Conferences! You will be so happy if you visit her website right HERE: Tristi Pinkston. You will see her "Ooh-la-la" photograph and could follow her blog to give you a spot of happiness! I think everyone should have a Tristi in their lives. I'm sure glad I do.
Who is one of your "Tristi's?"


Tristi Pinkston said...

Awww, thanks, Shirley!

I do need to make a disclaimer - when this picture of me was taken, I was nine months pregnant, and I was in pre-labor. So please don't hold it against me.

Shirley Bahlmann said...

Tristi, you are fun and friendly in any face. EVERYONE, quick go to Tristi's website to see how she looks when she wakes up in the morning! HURRY!

CL Beck, author said...

I think Tristi is a hoot, and an all around wonderful person.

As for who is one of my "Tristi's" ... why Juanita, it's YOU, of course!

(Thanks for stopping by and commenting on "For the Love of St. Patrick's Day" at my blog. I can handle pink waffles better than green spaghetti! :)

Shirley Bahlmann said...

Aww, Ramona, you write the nicest things! (And pink waffles are better than yellow snow any day!)

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