August 20

Day 12 Why am I special? Let me count the ways!



Natalie asks in her 30 day blog challenge on day 12:  What is your USP Unique Special Proposition that sets you apart from the crowd?

I am special because my Mom said so right?  I am special I can bake the best chocolate chip cookies on the planet and have an award to prove it.

What sets me apart from the crowd is a whole another ball of wax.  I have been called small town eccentric.  Why would a 22 year give a rat about small towns and the people living in them?  I am now 27 and I still love small towns they fascinate me.  The women living in them and the yarns they weave is better than any novel I have ever read.  The romantic tales they dream up for and about one another are at times 50 shades of gray hot.  By the way if you have not read that series I suggest you do it pure 100% entertainment.  I gave them to Mark to read we will see.   He laughed at me but I bet he is reading them.


Building a satirical city about a Church Cook Book seems to be my USP Unique Special Proposition.    At times I am not sure if I am me or Krissy?   or both?   Is Krissy me or I she?  Sounds like Dr Seuss doesn’t it.


[suh-tir-i-kuhl]  Show IPA



of, pertaining to, containing, or characterized by satire: satiricalnovels.

indulging in or given to satire: a satirical poet.
Also, sa·tir·ic.
Churchville is looking for people to move into the city.  If you are interested please comment with the person you would like to write about as a character living in Churchville along with a short description of you if you were living in Churchville. Come and cook with us.  Fall in love and get married.  Have kids for that matter.  That is what is so great about living in Churchville you can be whoever you want to be as long as you love to eat or cook.   
Build a new life in Churchville and you never know it just may come true.

Posted August 20, 2013 by Kim Kalan in category Blog Challange, Church Cooks, Krissy Carpenter