Photos of some of Internio's favorite ArtPrize pieces.
Ken Evans at Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City
While purchasing a cheeseburger, I became the luckiest girl in GR. A tour manager for Maroon 5 approached me and upgraded me to the front row. Yes, I felt Adam Levine's sweat, and I'm going to keep the confetti in my hair for as long as possible. -Hughet
Source: E! Online
Something you don't see everyday... an Amish woman's midriff!
Kate tells Maxim, "There are definitely a lot of Amish women who have great bodies, because they work hard. They also eat really healthy, since they grow their own food. That’s one big thing I miss about home, being able to garden and take care of plants."
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Being that I was once an Amish breadmaker at a restaurant in Shipshewana, IN, I'd have to say Kate is right. Amish women, while many only go to school until 8th grade, do work hard. By the time many of them are 18, they're taking care of husbands and 20-some kids. (No joke, I once served a family with 22 children.)
In addition, Amish women don't wear make-up, and they don't color their hair; meaning, acne isn't as prevalent and their hair isn't breaking because they've tried to go platinum blonde at some point. They are au naturale, untainted by the many products we 'English' women use in attempts to get the au naturale look... ironic, huh?
If only Amish women knew how popular they could be in Maxim and Playboy. No need to make furniture and pies, ladies! Just shorten those dresses, crop those aprons, and whip your hair out those bonnets... a world of modeling awaits. Such is the message Kate sends to the family that has shunned her...