This week we first introduced you to Paula, Emily, Lindsey, and Elizabeth, and then you met Jeanne, Patsy, Marsha, and Sarah . Now it’s time to get to know Heather, Kyrra, Alice, and Kris.
Heather says she’s a writer, but when it comes to writing her own bio, help is needed. Naturally, she asked two reliable sources: Facebook and her 12 year old son. The son suggested the following, “You should write that I rarely listen.” All evidence purports this to be true. Facebook peeps suggested the following, “Lover of cupcakes and donuts. Guilty of swearing too much. Recovering perfectionist. Aspires to inspire.” Evidence seems to confirm these as well. Lastly, we should report Heather’s self proclamation as a passionate mental health advocate and blogger at Life’s a Disco Ball. In one word, she describes herself as a fighter. But mostly, she just feels like a ginormous goofball that loves to make people laugh and love.
Alice Seuffert is an education researcher, food blogger and television foodie but her favorite role is being mom to Stella and Wes and wife to Will. Alice cooks regularly on television as the Kitchen Star on Twin Cities Live and as the Family Food Expert on The Happi House. She has also appeared on Good Morning America, Nightline, World News Tonight, Twin Cities Public Television, Fox 9 and KARE 11. Alice competes annually in the Minnesota State Fair cooking competitions, is often found drinking craft beer at a local taproom and has trained her kids to be excellent egg crackers with the hopes that one day they will make her breakfast in bed. Alice is currently writing her first ebook on freezer meals for moms. Alice blogs about creative comfort food and her parenting adventures at Dining with Alice. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.
Kris Woll is a writer, mother, and pen hoarder with a thing for lakes, the fall, and fresh cinnamon rolls. She writes about parenting, about places, about home and laundry and fish-shaped crackers and other sources of inspiration. Her work has appeared in publications including Minnesota magazine, Edible Twin Cities, and on the Brain, Child blog, and she recently authored her first nonfiction books for young readers. She lives with her lovely family in a little house in Minneapolis.
We are also thrilled to announce that Lorna Landvik is returning to our 2015 LTYM show as our emcee!
Lorna Landvik is the author of numerous best-selling novels such as PATTY JANE’S HOUSE OF CURL, ANGRY HOUSEWIVES EATING BON BONS, OH MY STARS, BEST TO LAUGH, and the recently self-published MAYOR OF THE UNIVERSE.
Landvik’s checkered (but legal) past includes working as a chambermaid in Bavaria, winning a trip to Tahiti as a contestant on ‘$25,000 Pyramid’ (MacGyver was her partner), temping at the Playboy Mansion (it was strictly a clerical position) and walking across the country as a member of The Great Peace March.
She has acted in many theatrical productions, including a half dozen shows she conveniently wrote for herself. Her all-improvised show, PARTY IN THE REC ROOM is a local legend, due in no small part to the margaritas she mixes up onstage.
She has one husband and two daughters and lives in the beautiful blue and green state of Minnesota.
The Listen To Your Mother Twin Cities show will take place on May 7th, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Riverview Theater.
Tickets are now available and a portion of the proceeds go to the Jeremiah Program!