Diva For A Day (& a half)

So one of the journalists asked for a photo of me… So there I am needing a high res picture of which I have very few. We all know I’m the one pointing the camera not hamming it up in front of it…

Until now.

More Diva Lexa

First Ryan (aka Metrix Feet) kindly offered to point his camera at me at the Art Square Cafe on Tuesday evening. Then Jo Ann from Metro News pointed her camera at me for a couple of quick shots after an interview at Kowloon. And finally, Photojunikie dropped on by for Lemon Drop, and now I have an official Photojunkie portrait. (I’ve been jonesing for a photojunkie portrait for at least 2 years now, and now I have one.. well, actually, 4..)

So thanks to my friends Ryan and Rannie I have a whack of shots from which I can draw. Woo Hoo!  Thanks guys!

p.s. gotta love those CheapEats earrings.

Alexa Clark

Alexa is a digital marketer and author with over 20 years in digital & interactive communications in the food and tech industries. Alexa's CheapEats Restaurant Guides, for both Toronto & Ottawa, were Canadian best sellers. She is a recognized authority on social media and has been named one of Canada's 20 Leading Women in Social Media.

5 thoughts on “Diva For A Day (& a half)

  • March 22, 2006 at 7:56 pm

    Holy Hannah, Lex – you, like your mom, are TOTALLY FOXY. You might need a “Linda” to balance the cheap eats earrings though. I’ll keep my eye out.

  • March 22, 2006 at 8:51 pm

    {blush} errr… thanks. I’d been kinda sulking over mom getting “foxy” and me getting nothing…
    However, if you EVER get me a “linda” I might have to hurt you… and not in a good way.
    Have you been in lately? Everything looks like it’s made out of aged chunks of faded and slightly frayed cheesecloth. Perfect for those mornings when your coffee cream is lumpy and you need something to spread on your bagel.
    Okay, almost everything… there was a bold turquoise print with sequins or fish scales or somethin’ that a 50ish plus-sized redhead tried on while we were there. As she spun in front of the mirror looking for approval, all the clerks “ewww’d and awed” over it. “Ewww” is right and maybe “God lady! For the sake of all things holy, please, and I mean PLEASE, don’t wear that in public.. ack!!!!!!”
    I don’t care what the fashionistas say, lord knows I never listen, but red head and turquoise is rarely a good combination. (please tell me you aren’t a turquoise loving red head… lie if you have to.)

  • March 22, 2006 at 10:03 pm

    Dude, if I was hot like you, I would have sulked too. We were in Montreal sans nos ordinateurs from the 16th ’til yesterday – otherwise I’d’ve foxied you up plenty! PLENTY, I SAY!
    I can’t cope with the Winners myself. I bought a wallet there earlier this year and it turned into a whole stealth operation involving a wallet-hogging power shopper and me stalking her through the aisles. Not pretty – but the wallet I stole while her back was turned isn’t too bad. HA ha!
    The sequined turquoise thing – that’s just cold, wet and wrong. I’m so sorry you had to see that.

  • March 24, 2006 at 2:10 pm

    Yup – 2 Lexs. Hard to imagine, definitely hard to handle. ;->


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