Hola from Cabo! Because I’m busy drinking margaritas and looking for whales, I’ve got Sarah here today to take over instead. But I hope you’re all having a wonderful week, feel free to follow along on Instagram @taylorgracewolfe to keep up with my Mexican adventures. Adios!
Hey girls heyyy! And hey boy hey? I doubt it seeing as there no dudes in blog land, but I always like to be politically correct and junk when I first meet new people. I’m Sarah from Venus Trapped in Mars!
A quick fact about me, my dream job is to be a sideline reporter. Did I go to school for Journalism? Well, technically I did not. But I did MC my friend’s 25 person wedding once. So I think I’m good to go.
|Good thing the camera didn’t capture my nerves and the paper that was rapidly shaking in my hands.|
25 person wedding…. 25 million viewers for Sunday Night Football… practically the same thing, at this point we’re just splitting hairs. Ok, ok, so maybe I should practice a bit more before I apply for the Super Bowl gig. So I’m here with you today to interview Harlow.
Sarah: Hi, Harlow. Big fan. Pleasure to have you today.
Harlow: No problem, Sarah. Happy to be here. I had to move my morning poop sesh up an hour to make it, but like I said, happy to be here.
Sarah: Thank you, I’m sure that wasn’t easy straying from your daily routine. Let’s get started! If I asked you to rank the part of your life that you feel you are most satisfied with, what would be at the top?
Harlow: Most Satisfied? Well I’ve been training really hard to get swimsuit body ready. I’m trying to be America’s next top dog model. I run… boy do I run… I chase squirrels, I even watch my dog food intake…. There are nights Taylor [mother] puts two full cups in my food bowl and I have the self control only to eat half. That isn’t easy, but I can finally see my hard work paying off.
Sarah: I see that! Speaking of, there were some questionable photos of you lounging NAKED in a garden that were leaked on the internet. Some puppy moms even went so far as to speak out against you, saying that you were, and I quote, “The worst role model they’ve ever seen.” What is your response to those moms out there with young puppies?
Harlow: I never said I was a role model. I’m young, but I’m not a teenager anymore. I’ve grown up and I can do whatever I wish with my body. I think that young puppies that look at me will see an adult with a sexy body, a body that I worked hard to get. I think that is actually inspiring for pups.
Sarah: Your mom is blog famous. How has that affected your life?
Harlow: I wish I could say it was easy. I wish I could say that growing up with my mom’s spotlight always shining down on me was care-free. But it’s hard. It puts a lot of pressure on me to be successful, to not screw up. I mean, if I make one wrong move, or I poop on the wrong patch of grass, or I try and have a cocktail on a patio where no dogs are allowed, the repercussions are felt for days, sometimes weeks. My whole life has been scrutinized under an Instagram filter.
Sarah: It may be hard living in your mom’s spotlight, but you’ve spoken out on multiple occasions regarding your parents. Would you mind refreshing our memories?