Good Morning, peeps! Happy Wednesday! The weather is yuck-y and blah-y - typical October day in New York.
George and Sniff are both parked on Baby Bro's bed - George is warming up the blanket and Sniff is impersonating the foot warmer.
Yet another celeb who thinks she can write a book for kids - (former) Queen of Jordan Ranya.
According to the latest issue of the National Geographic Traveler, "A company in the Czech capital of Prague has launched "corruption tours" to show where crooked civil servants have wasted taxpayers' money" - White House, anyone?
The crazy upstairs is strangely silent again - should I call the police?
Actress Tatyana Ali of the Fresh Prince fame went on about her "good hair" and "explained that having straight hair made her feel alienated from her friends and family with textured hair. “It was something that set me apart—and not necessarily in a good way—from other girls that I knew,” she said. “I felt like I was made to seem different.” Like, seriously?!! That was your problem during childhood?
Yet another preggo celeb who supposedly nails the maternity style - Blake Lively. After looking at the picture, I would politely disagree.
"Viagra was originally designed to treat cardiovascular disease" - wow! Live an learn.
Elizabeth Warren claimed that she had been "treated differently in the Senate", but "refused to elaborate". Well, maybe people got stunned while meeting her when they expected a Native American gal?
Halloween is approaching - and in honor of it we have a list of celebs who claim to have ghostly experiences. Since the list includes such notables as Hillary Clinton, Miley Cyrus, and Lady Gaga, I think it would have been so much better if they themselves were ghostly apparitions and not real people we have to deal with.
No news on Bieber.
And, finally, Kate is feeling much better and returned to her royal duties "in style".
Coffee today in my Harry Potter mug.