A wOw Lunch

photowowOwow’s Lesley Stahl, Cynthia McFadden, Liz Smith, Joan Ganz Cooney and Joni Evans with PureWow’s CEO Ryan Harwood, Editor in Chief Mary Kate McGrath, and Managing Editor, Jillian Quint

6 comments so far.

  1. avatar Joan Larsen says:

    Hi to the wonderful gals of wowOwow . . .
    You are all looking so youthful and absolutely GREAT that you have found the source of the acclaimed fountain of youth . . . and you are not going to share it. Missing all of you as well as “the old days”!! However, I am a great believer in re-invention, getting way ahead of the game and the competition and you have done that with the new reinvigorated PureWOW and its introduction. Loved loved loved the layout with more SPECTACULAR inventive offerings than any other site I have seen — and I do look — and with your great staff, it should be a SMASH HIT!!!

    AS always, there is WOW and the WOW women — and then there are all the other web sites with you ten steps ahead of the best. Does applause carry through the airwaves . . . as I am sending it out loud and clear!!!!!

    Truly, I think champagne would be the drink of choice to celebrate your new world in a big way — toasting all the way!!

    xoxo
    joan

    • avatar Joni Evans says:

      Oh, Joan. So wonderful to hear from you and I am always so appreciative of your support and enthusiasm (no, lust!) for life.

      xox, JONI

  2. avatar Linda says:

    I am glad for your success, though I do wish WOW itself had more of the TLC and fresh input as well. Even fresh questions of the week would suffice? :-) Cheers to you all.

    • avatar Joni Evans says:

      Thanks, Linda. We have been in a different mode from “the old days” though I miss our old ways as well. Nice to hear from you!

      JONI

      • avatar Linda says:

        Joni,

        When I was in Chicago a few years ago, on the Pier in the food court they had a HUGE plasma ball. I watched for a long period of time how people would walk around the ball like it did not exist, or was old news.

        I have always loved working with energy and plasma balls have always been fun. Figuring nobody was seeing the ball or much less paying attention, I went up to it and started working with the ball. It did not take very long before the static lines became pink lines, then pink clouds inside this ball. After a while, I was done as well and turned around to leave and a line of people had formed waiting to replicate the clouds in the ball.

        It’s not about going back or repeating in life, only at times a simple renewal will take on a life of its own. :-) The WOW will always be special to many.

        Linda

  3. avatar Rho says:

    Wonderful photo. May I say though, I miss the old days of this site.