Archive for 2017

October 31, 2017

A sample of some of the “Adventures of Miss Fit” at this years Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con convention. Stay tuned for more pictures and video.


October 27, 2017

The pretty poisonous plant that got me over a week ago seems to still be working its way through my body and yesterday I finally gave in an went to see the doctor. They gave me a shot in the ass and sent me home with two scripts to help me with the itchy scratchy. And, as funny as this is not, I’m doing my very best NOT to scratch and to keep my sense of humor. I have a big weekend ahead with the launch of “Adventures of Miss Fit” and the “Stan Lee Comic Con” this weekend! Wish me luck, send some love and stay tuned for some Miss Fit fun. Itchy and all!

October 21, 2017

Since hurricane Irma I have been spending time working on clearing down trees and getting “farm strong” as one of my friends would say. All in all I have been making good progress but this week I got introduced to some poison Ivy or poison Oak. The mark on my leg looks like a lip print but it is itchy as hell. Too bad I couldn’t get a kiss from the hot and sexy DC super villain Poison Ivy. That would have been hot!

How to Handle a Monkey Wrench

Author: Denise Masino
October 17, 2017

When life throws a monkey wrench your way, pick it up and use it to fix something you need and make it work for you. No matter what happens you have the power to respond in a way that works for you and helps you keep moving forward. I had a crazy family crisis this week but I’m happy to report that we are still moving forward and I hope you are too. 
This March pin-up girl dates from 1953 and was painted by George Petty.

From 1933 to 1956, the “Petty Girl” was seen on tens of millions of calendars, magazine centrefolds, advertisements, posters, and billboards as well as on all sorts of specialty products. In 1950, “The Petty Girl” even became a major motion picture.

See also the George Petty galleries at The Pin-up Files.



Author: Denise Masino
October 8, 2017

I’m finally able to get back on live cam. I hope you can join me on Tuesday night! 10/10/17

What’s Up?

Author: Denise Masino
October 4, 2017

3.5 weeks after Hurricane Irma passed and things are starting to look better around here. We are still loaded with lots of construction debris, damage and home repairs that still need to be done. Our neighborhoods are loaded with fallen trees and limbs that haven’t been removed yet, but we are making major progress. What do you say we meet up on Tuesday for a live cam show?

Hurricane Irma recovery

Author: Denise Masino
September 23, 2017

The recovery  process is well underway following Hurricane Irma. We finally got power back but the work has been intense and ongoing!
The bottom line is we are very lucky we didn’t get hit harder than we did. And after spending weeks on the road, staying with friends and family I realize that the real power in this situation is human power. This time with my family has given me an opportunity to help my parents with some pretty big home projects and I am grateful for that. Thank you for the ongoing love, emails and good wishes. We have to stick together to help Texas, Puerto Rico, Mexico and all of the Islands that have been hit by so many natural disasters in these last few weeks. Follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more info on my crazy day to day and remember that now matter what you are going through you can work it out.
xo Denise

Back in Florida after Hurricane Irma

Author: Denise Masino
September 16, 2017

The amount of damage to the trees was a surprise. I didn’t know what to expect but seeing so many huge old trees toppled was a shock. This was the effect of a Cat 2 or 3 hurricane, I can’t imagine what would have happened had it made landfall as a Category 5.  My home still has no power but we started the clean up process at my parents house. The weather is so hot that we are working in shifts.
Right now the name of the game is Cut, Clear, Repeat!
Who has the ice cold beer? #ItsHotAsFuck
#AdventuresOfMissFit #IrmaCleanup

September 16, 2017

Heading south how good it is to see the Florida welcome sign that says “open for business.” All along the way we share the road with truckers moving heavy machinery and supplies into the state to help. Our military and trucks from our North American neighbors –Toronto, Canada are part of our journey. My butt hurts from hours of driving  but how cool it is to see all this movement towards helping each other. I wish I could thank every one of these truck drivers!

September 16, 2017

The road back to #Florida – leaving sweet home #Alabama thank you to the fine people of #Birmingham 🙌🏼🙏🏼❤️‬ #RollTide the ‪#AdventuresOfMissFit continues‬ #Irma #MF4Life