Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Kim and Kris' first episode!

Remember how I did a blog not too long ago about my husband's' twin daughters and their new website, DIY Dish?
They posted their first weekly episode yesterday and I didn't want you to miss out,  so here it is.

Last I checked, they had 1,323 comments!!!!!!  

They even answer the question,  "Are you related to the Osmonds?"  





If you are interested, sign up for their email notices of new episodes.

Dennis says they were so fun to raise!

15 comments:

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

I saw this. It was good. These two women are amazing.

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

I just checked and it is up to 1162. That would be a dream come true to get that many comments on my blog. LOL

darlene said...

Very entertaining! Did these girls have previous acting experience? How did they get into doing these shows? They are naturals!

grandmapeg said...

I agree with the above comments. Kim and Kris are amazing and naturals!!! The best of luck to them in their endeavors!

Lisa said...

It's clear they're truly in their "element." I'm just bummed because I'm on a dinasaur computer and have to wait til I get home to see this clip and sign up!

I loved them when they did our RS Organization night. They are the SUPER DUO & and very DYNAMIC and VERY DOWN TO EARTH. Wonderful personas.

the Rich girl said...

They make me feel like even I could do some of their crafty things. (And I am not crafty.)

I wish we could see them more often!!

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

Oh Jill, Kim and Kris are just too cute. They have done such a great job, total naturals!

Kim said...

Thanks everyone! You are all so nice!! To answer Darlene's question - no we've never acted. I don't know what came over us :) I have to say that I think our dad taughts us to be conversational and "down to earth" so I hope that comes through in the shows. Thanks everyone for your support!

Kim

Gardener said...

I found your blog via your comment on mine, and just had to tell you that I watched the show just yesterday and thought it was great! I'm looking forward to the next one.

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

It is now up to 1437!!!! Way to go. You guys rock!!!

Dad and Susan said...

This was fun to watch! The girls are darling and so enthusiastic. Love the pictures of when they were young. Dennis can be proud of a job well done in raising these exceptional daughters. Love, Dad and Susan

Kris said...

You all are so, so nice! Thank you Jill for sharing this on your blog. You're so sweet. It's been a nerve-wracking thing to really "put ourselves out there", as we have been behind-the-scenes for so long with YouCanMakeThis and SWAKembroidery, but it's been a real adventure nonetheless. I hope we can get better at this as we go along because this first show was so hard!:)

Also, I love these pictures of when we were young! I haven't seen them in YEARS! I remember that shirt being one of my favorites. Eek. :)

darlene said...

Kim, it totally comes through!
Dennis, you obviously did a GREAT job as a parent! And I'd be willing to bet your girls are doing a fantastic job as parents with their own kids. You must be so proud!

Dennis said...

These girls were always this much fun. With just a little encouragement, they were willing to come out of their comfort zone and try new things. Although I’m thrilled to see what new projects they get involved in, none of this surprises me. I’m a very proud Dad.

-Den

Lisa said...

I fianlly got to watch them! I used to love this show a long time ago where Carol Duval (i think) had a crafty show on tv. They remind me of that.

These girls will continue to live an incredible life because they're not afraid to steer their ship and venture into new adventures! LOVED IT!