Me and the hubby.

Kris Mulkey is an advertising, marketing, and social media professional living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has had a long career working with clients in retail, automotive, wine and spirits, grocery and restaurant groups. Her area of expertise is integrating traditional media elements and event marketing with social media.

She is the author of the blog What's Cooking? Food. Wine. Life. All Mixed up, the BevMo! Thirsty Times and Pollin's of Napa. She is currently the Director of Marketing at Pottery Barn in San Francisco. 

In her spare time you'll usually find her in the kitchen baking something or sipping a glass of wine on the couch reading cook books and design magazines.

I like to sing in the car. Especially if it's "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen.
I talk to myself a lot. Out loud. Just ask the people I work with.
I am obsessed with trying to keep dirt out of our front entry. Thank you doggies.
I hate my kitchen. I think painting it will make everything better. My husband disagrees.
My our daughter is the light of my life. I wish I was more like her.
I have a really loud laugh. It scares Elli sometimes. I can't help it. I like laughing.
I love sappy chick flicks.
I don't read novels as much as I should.
I probably drink more wine than I should. But I don't care. I like wine.
I like nice cars. Clean cars. Dog hair free cars especially.
I love clothes, shoes, handbags, jewelry, make-up, belts, and boots. Oooh I especially love boots.
I'm not a granola kind of girl. But I live in a granola kind of area.
I will never own a pair of Birkenstock sandals or drive a Subaru. Ever.
And, for the longest time refused to own a pair of khaki pants. Black is so much more chic. And girls look terrible in khaki. IMHO.

I think that about covers it.

I feel so much better now that you know both sides of me. There is a third side. I'll save that for happy hour. It might involve dancing.....

Not that kind of dancing. Sheesh.

Kris lives in Mill Valley, California with her husband, daughter and two loud dogs.

1 comment:

  1. Ha-ha, yes we live in "Natural Granola" capital ;-). Last week was the first time I actually bought granola and baked with it. Not my deserted island kind of stash.


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