Sunday, October 14, 2007

A small explanation...

I don't know if or when I'll get back to blogging. We have just suffered our 3rd miscarriage and for all I care, celebrities and their obnoxious lives can go fuck themselves. I am angry. It hurts.

Talk to you later.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Does this surprise anyone?

We all know Pamela Anderson is a class act, but this makes her even classier. The classiest of classy ladies. For realzies.

Pam and Kid Rock were together last year and were married for a record of 4 months (that's not a record? My bad.). Apparently she was pissed that Kid wouldn't visit her on the set of her movie filming in Vancouver and she told him she had just had a miscarriage. SEE! Class personifide!

“She’s in Vancouver shooting a movie and I have Lakers seats on the floor, and I’m gonna go to the Lakers (basketball) game with my friend Jesse James,” the 36-year-old rapper says.

“I’m like, `Baby, I got these tickets. I’ll see you on the weekend there,’ and that leads into her saying, `You don’t care about me, blah blah blah,’” Rock says. “She finally comes up with this: `I just had a miscarriage’ … and hangs the phone up.”

Rock, claiming he was unaware that Anderson was pregnant, says he chartered a plane and flew to Vancouver. “When I get there, she’s partying at this restaurant, drinking champagne, jumping on the tables. I’m thinking, `That’s a quick recovery from a miscarriage.’”

Don't get me wrong, Kid is Mr. Classy himself - but this realllllly takes the cake. Cake laced in crack if you ask me.

Poverty Makes Portman Manic

It cracks me up when a moment is captured on film and it makes someone look crazy. All of us know Ms. Natalie Portman isn't crazy or manic (right?) so there's no harm in making fun of her here.

I do, however, support her activism 150%. Compassion and action are to be commended. The world needs more of it really.

Portman spoke at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA, on Tuesday in support of the Campaign Against Global Poverty. Smart, gorgeous, talented AND active in global issues? Natalie Portman RULES!

It's Upchucker, Bitches!
I keed, I keed. ; )

I am in love with that top photo of actress Keri Russell with her son River Russell Deary - look at how he's holding onto her hand...I'm such a sucker.

Anyhow, that's how I imagine my life: Walking around NYC with my little one(s) along as my partner(s) in crime. Maybe we won't be walking around NYC every day but we'll definitely make out mark.

P.S. I know I've been out of commission for almost two weeks but I'm sort of back and I missed you kids!

Super glad I didn't have to blog about all of the Britney Spears drama but it is a really sad and pathetic situation. I'll post here and there about her but I don't want to encourage such obnoxious and reckless behavior.

Thank you to everyone who left a comment wishing me well and telling me they missed me. I feel loved. And thank you to everyone who keeps checking in despite my lack of posts! You rock!

Thursday, September 20, 2007

No Blogging 'Til Saturday

Hey everyone,

I'm driving to Atlanta now for our embryo transfer tomorrow (SEXY!). Will try to blog tomorrow.


Britney or Jessica?

The alcohol, wrecked clothes, smeared that Britney Spears? Wait, the hair isn't as nasty as Brit's...It's Jessica Simpson. My bad.

These were shot on the Los Angeles set of Major Movie Star. 'Cause we need more Jessica Simpson movies.

Um, cute dress?

Amy Winehouse won best UK female at last night's Mobo awards. I thought we weren't supposed to give her anymore awards until she cleaned up her junky act? Don't get me wrong, I love her music, but the rest of her needs some work.

Her "rider" might have had something to do with her performance. It included, one large bottle of vodka, two bottles of Jack Daniels, two more bottles of Veuve Cliquot, two bottles of red Rioja wine and 48 Heineken. YUMMY! Time to get sick!

Anyhow, I like the picture above of Amy taken last week or so. So hot. Below is her performance at the Mobo's.

Elisabeth Hasselrighteous

I flip between wanting to strangle Elisabeth Hasselbeck for driving me nuts and giving her a high-five for being so idealistically dumb. These quotes don't bother's listening to her on The View. It's hard to like anybody who defends George W. Bush and this administration.

Here she is talking and posing for Pregnancy magazine:

On being pregnant and arguing with Rosie O’Donnell: “When a woman cries, it’s never seen as a sign of strength and never seen in a positive light. A man cries and he’s sensitive, and a woman cries and she’s weak. So even when you’re debating another woman, the first person to cry pretty much loses.”

On being a conservative mother in 2007: “Being a conservative mother isn’t the challenge. Being a conservative in New York City on television is the challenge.”