You know I have a penchant for terrible television, and back when it was on, I loved to watch “The Girls Next Door.” Kendra, being the sporty one, was my favorite. The Playboy lifestyle is crazy and it was interesting to get a peek – albeit tainted I’m sure – into the mansion, something I would never be interested in.
A lot of what was in “Sliding into Home,” Kendra’s first book, was stuff I already knew from TGND and her E True Hollywood Story. However, there were some bits and pieces about her life and life in the mansion that were new to me. (I’ll spare you the details because 1) you probably don’t care and 2) some of them are graphic.) It’s no piece of fine literature, but I was looking for a break from mystery novels – mission: accomplished.
Would I recommend this book? Sure. If you care about Kendra. If you don’t, you won’t be interested. Her personality shines through the entire book, and because I think she’s interesting, I enjoyed it!
I love the ironic juxtaposition of the two pieces of mail I received yesterday:
One is a postcard from a local hospital that says YOU’RE INVITED…TO HAVE YOUR BABY WITH US!! The other is 4 drink coupons for Southwest Airlines. Clearly one of these parties knows me FAR BETTER than the other! :)
…That is, unless the two companies are plotting together, and they’re trying to get me drunk and then knocked up. Well, I’m on to your little plan, fellas! And I’m too smart for that!
And to Southwest, I have just one word: VEGAS!!! (101 days and counting!)
I just read an article called “13 Simple Steps To Get You Through A Rough Day” on Buzzfeed, and it was seriously funny.
We’ve all had those really rough, really long days where we’d do anything for an escape (or a glass of wine, or some queso…or both…times two). Here are a few of my favorite pictures from the article (all credit goes to Buzzfeed), and be sure to check out the whole thing. You’ll thank me!
I may be biased, but I think my nephew is the cutest kid in the world? Don’t agree? Keep that to yourself :)
The other day, I watched a video from Jimmy Kimmel that resulted from his asking parents to give their kids really bad Christmas presents. (He also did the same thing on Halloween, where parents were asked to tell their kids they ate all of their candy.) Go watch the Christmas video now. Go ahead, I’ll wait.
Needless to say, after I saw the video I had to share it with my sister – and encouraged her to do the same thing to Payton. Today, she did just that – and sent me the video :) You KNOW you want to see this!
Wasn’t that ADORABLE?? He is so sweet and smart – he knew his mommy was tricking him :) I love you, little guy!