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What Makes Emma Stone Shiny
I'm a fan of Emma Stone's. If I'd stayed an actor, hers is the career I'd want. Smart, witty, easy-going, confident, gorgeous. (Fingers crossed) A good role model for O and Ro. Being completely transparent, I kinda wanna be her now. Especially after that Oscars bit. Who can make Ben Stiller the straight guy in the schtick? Emma Stone, that's who. ...more»
A Penn State Alum’s Reaction to “The Sandusky Scandal” & Other Things That Deserve New Names
The first time my mother saw my father watch a Penn State football game, she took off her engagement ring, threw it at him, and promptly left. My father Wilson is a sweet, humble, kind, fun-loving, jovial man. So wonderful is dear old dad that when my mother continued dating other fellas back in the day (they met when they were ...more»
“Hugging a Cactus”: Robert Downey, Jr. Calls for the Forgiveness of Mel Gibson
Maybe it was the fact that my twin girls O and Ro woke up chattering and partying at 5 a.m. (The entire fam fell back asleep by 6:30--I did not. But the bath tub's clean due to my insomnia. Score?!) Or maybe it was the fact that as a celeb blogger I feel some major remorse for covering his personal ...more»
Bicycling: Breaking Wind for Community
First, it should be said that I go for pictures first when I look at a book, so it only makes sense that I looked for a pic for this post prior to writing it. Second, it should be said, in full disclosure, that of those "cyclist" pics, some were of nude yet body-painted folks. This seems so awfully wrong. Third, also ...more»
Celebrating the Humanity of Steve Jobs
When Apple co-founder and technology genius Steve Jobs passed away on Wednesday, October 5, the world responded via the devices he imagined and created. I've already written about his passing, but my thoughts are still resting on the life and too-soon death of Jobs. Why has his story impacted so many of us so much? In the end, what I'm ...more»
Live Together, Die Alone
Recently, I landed a gig writing content for the Blue Zones Project. This is honestly a dream job for me considering I've touted Dan Buettner's bestselling book "The Blue Zones" on this here blog more than once. It's such an interesting read, and I'm really loving the opportunity to delve more into the subject of living longer, better. You can ...more»
I Can’t Get No Satisfaction
As I sit in this cafe working and typing away, I am at once a spiritual dichotomy. Go figure. I'm happily writing away, hammering out words without distraction. Currently, Muse's "Starlight" (the anthem accompanying that "Crazy Stupid Love" trailer--can't wait!) is playing overhead: Our hopes and expectations Black holes and revelations Our hopes and expectations Black holes and revelations Yes, in general, happy. Until those ...more»
The Brothers U2
This past Saturday, the hubs and I (and nearly everyone we know) headed to Vanderbilt Stadium to see U2 play in our hometown of Nashville. It had been 30 years since the Irish rockers had come back to Music City, dare I say because this town is notorious for it's tough crowds filled with career musicians. Bono intimidated? Yeah, pretty ...more»
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