Good Morning, peeps! Happy Monday! Shavua Tov! Wishing all of you a fantastic week! The weather is on a chilly side, but sunny - not bad for November in our fair city.
Happy Rosh Chodesh Kislev! Ladies, please remember the usual drill.
The advent of the cold weather brought in slightly different behavior in Sniff - he re-discovered his favorite pipes in the bathroom and the kitchen, and is also taking to hiding in the coat closet. George got a new Amazon box, which he promptly appropriated, but did not move his trophy mouse there as of yet.
Tea kettle is still in transit.
The crazy upstairs got some competition from the outside.
Some strange people decided that they are qualified to write children's books; among them are such luminaries as Jewel and Mark Kelly.
Natalie Portman claimed that the reason she "landed" the role in Thor is because she is short, which makes her co-star look very tall next to her - a nice summary of her work in this movie.
Kate Hudson made the fashion news with her "daring" sparkling gown - which, in my humble opinion, simply resembles a mermaid costume.
Our fair city is soon to add "the world's skinniest skyscraper" to its skyline - as long as it is going to be the tallest in the world, I am all for it.
"Khloe frets about Lamar" as he can't be reached while she in on a camping trip, and that's not the first time it happened. Didn't she kick him out already? This melodrama is getting way too long and confusing.
"Russia's frill-seeking tycoon" is planing a trip to the space with his buddy Leo DiCaprio - a match made in heaven. I mean, who cares about Russian homeless kids, which number in millions and top the numbers recorded after the Glorious Revolution, when you can travel to the stars with your envirowaco actor friend? I assume the carbon footprint left by this particular junket is going to be as minute as my round trip to work on the subway.
In the Bieber news: he was "spotted" in a brothel in Brazil and also "stormed off the stage" after being hit in the head by a water bottle - I sincerely hope that that whack on the head finally re-arranged his brains. As for the other, I hope they did not have any buckets in plain view.
And, finally, Us Magazine dedicated an article to describing how Kate redecorated Kengsington palace - a manual on how we might beautify our living space?
Coffee this morning in my Harry Potter mug (the older version).