POLITICAL PRESS: Reporting from Palma, Cathy Brown was spotted this week on her bi-annual visit to the island. Cathy's publicly-made visit was a gesture of political candor to maintain correspondance with her prized and only daughter, Annie. Strolling the stone streets together, they hit chic restaurants, shops, hair salons and even a few educational tourist attractions to demonstrate their various interests. Between their busy touring and social schedules, they found time for some diplomatic photo shoots around the island at famous sites and with important local figures.
(pictured: Cathy Brown, me, Antonia Puig Ledesma)
The two discussed their governing philosophies, cultural tastes, and moral ideals and reached an accord at the 2010 AnnieLand - CathyTown summit meetings. The mother-daughter power couple summed up their conference with the following synopses:
AnnieLand: Where salt water is the cure to everything: sweat, tears or the sea.
Citizens and vacationers visit this fictitious getaway to relax in a colorful environment, enjoy music from around the world, and experiment with their fashion using whimsical styles. Body paint, blending art with architecture and serving the community are in style. Eco-friendly living, outdoor sports, and meeting new people (be they exotic, eclectic, or plain Janes) are musts.
CathyTown: Where "C" is for "classy".
In this ideal metropolitan community jay-walking is legal, cars are bat-mobiles, and all hail golf and their accountants. A trendy fun city with loads of bars, restaurants and modern architecture. The city even has its own museum district nearby the world-renown theater quarter. Domestic goddesses and housewives are at a minimum- instead they all have jobs and are at the helm of the family. Patience is a virtue and reading books is a required activity.
...long live the Brown Kingdoms.