Because Kentucky Kicks Ass Like it's Her Job
My to do list today reads more like a novelette than a list, but first things first. To be more specific, Kentucky first, and everything else can just fall in line.
I’m that anxious to tell you about a wonderful website I’ve fallen hard for. Kentucky For Kentucky is a website featuring AMAZING Kentucky merchandise. Tees, hats, prints, tank tops, baby bibs, baby “onesies,” sweatshirts, kids tees, baby tees, stationery, postcards, underwear, totes, mugs, and even a Kentucky Fried Chicken Scented Candle.
Boom Chicka Boom!
I tend to get over-excited about things I love – especially things that, like Genuine Kentucky, set out to promote Kentucky and Kentuckians. I’ll try to reign myself in, this once, and remain calm. Like Sally said in the commercial, though, “I can’t make any promises.” The only thing working for me, here, is that I’m only on my 4th cup of coffee. So far. Don’t judge me.
I hope you’ll click through any of the links (or the awesome print at the top) and check out their website and blog. When you browse through the different Kentucky products, you’ll notice that – due to their awesomeness – they tend to sell out.
Moral of the story: If you see something you love, buy it and buy it now. Not only is this the moral of this particular story, it’s also my life’s code.
Speaking of shopping, you could conceivably go ahead and do your Mother’s Day AND Father’s Day shopping NOW on Kentucky for Kentucky. You’ll blow them away with any of these wonderful, original gifts. Heck, as far as that goes, you could do a little Christmas shopping.
Did… did.. I just get carried away? Fortunately, Sally* and I never make any promises.
Go check out Kentucky For Kentucky now – and be sure to give them a follow on Twitter. They’re also on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. I even did a little digging and found Kentucky for Kentucky on Pinterest. My Pinterst skills? They’re second to none.
P.S. In full disclosure, I am on my 5th cup of coffee.
*As in Sally – the little girl in the AT&T Commercial who can’t make any promises about staying out of trouble. I identify with this child so much it frightens me.