Monday, June 30, 2014
Our weekend was relatively low-key. The highlight was attending a gifting suite for the BET Awards on Saturday (here's a pic from the red carpet). It's always fun to check out the various vendors at each event and get to try out new stuff. Plus, we got some great pics!
Keith and I ran into his friend Patrick Labyorteaux the other day at a gifting suite and I kept trying to place how I knew him. Keith suggested it was from Summer School or other shows back in the '80s, but after looking him up on imdb.com, it must've been from JAG.
There are very few things in life that make me laugh more than reading anything written by Jollen Mollen (Biggs). Between her Facebook (yes, we're friends on Facebook...not to brag....), Twitter, Instagram, and columns written for Playboy, she leaves me rolling on the floor and wanting to quote her more than pretty much anyone else I read.
Hello and welcome to Wednesday's edition of Celebrity Wrap Up.
Sunday, June 29, 2014
Melissa McBride is on The Walking Dead and is simply stunning in person. I couldn't get over how flawless she looked.
Hello and welcome to Tuesday's edition of Celebrity Wrap Up.
Saturday, June 28, 2014
I'm so in love with the new artwork we got for our place. I've been DYING for this gumball picture forever and the other day I finally broke down and got it.
Hello and welcome to Monday's edition of Celebrity Wrap Up.
Friday, June 27, 2014
While I definitely need to flesh out my "Bucket List," I can assure you that this picture would be WAY WAY WAY up at the top of that list (followed closely by seeing a taping of Saturday Night Live in person).
I mean, COME ON. A selfie with the ENTIRE band? With my beloved Duran Duran?!?!
Kristin Chenowith is a dream come true. Seriously, she is so kind and gracious. She does a magnificent job of treating her fans like people she cares about and doesn't seem "put off" by them or inconvenienced at all (like so many celebs out there these days).
Back in May, I became transfixed with an ad on TV for a type of make-up called Sheer Cover Studio. It looked like an amazing product, so I made sure to go home and order the free trial. Well, things got busy and I never even tried it. Although I'd made myself a note to call and cancel before the end of the 30-days, I forgot. When I remembered a few days later, I was told it was too late, they'd already shipped it, and I was out of luck.