Remember when I said I had nothing planned for this weekend? Well it’s really good I didn’t because I had the WORST cold ever. I even had to cancel my facial (boo).
However…it did give me some time to catch up on some shows that I missed and do a little reading.
The Hills: Umm Hello!! I’m loving Crazy Kristin and her ridiculous antics. She is the uber bitch. Kristin says the things we wish we had the chutzpah to say. She is one person I would never want to piss off or even be friends with, mainly because she would
a) Steal my boyfriend…if I had one.
b) Make me cry on a daily basis.
c) Have better hair than me.
d) Say things to me like, “ It’s on B*TCH.”
Also… how come that crazy bartender Stacy or whatever is now a cast member? Seriously MTV? SERIOUSLY!?! I also love the fact that Audrina and Lo are now friends. They couldn’t even live “near” each other, yet they have wine nights and pool parties. I’m confused.
Modern Family: I’ve been looking at the subway adds for ABC’s new “mockumentary” show for months and this weekend, in my delusional antihistamine induced fog, I watched the first episode…and then the second episode. It is HYSTERICAL. It’s shot much like the office and may be my new favorite show. The only problem is…IT CONFLICTS WITH GLEE. Tragic, I know. I haven’t laughed out loud that much during a show since Arrested Development (RIP) was on. I’m tired and still slightly ill so I’m going to let the folks at ABC tell you about “Modern Family”- “Jay recently married Gloria. Now Jay is trying hard to keep up with his much younger and hotter Colombian wife, along with her passionate pre-teen son, Manny. Claire is having a hard time raising her own family. Her husband Phil is great, except that he thinks he's "down" with their three kids, much to all their embarrassment. And, Mitchell and his enthusiastic partner Cameron have just made a major life change by adopting a Vietnamese baby named Lily.”
My fabulous friend Katie gave me a book as a graduation present called, “The Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch. If you don’t know who Randy Pausch is…find out! He inspired millions to live a life worth living. I’ve laughed (a lot) and I’ve cried (a lot). Pausch has inspired me to live my life differently. Read this book. It will change you.
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