Charlie Sheen. Holy shit. I'm completely riveted. I know it's wrong, but I can't help it.
- My dear friend Michelle is about to have her first baby. It's a girl and I'm DYING to meet her. Michelle and I met in the 10th grade. Here we are our senior year of high school:
By the way, that hair? It's your first clue that we were fun girls to be around. Dull people didn't do their hair like that in 1987. 'Nuff said.
Michelle used to come over once a week when Noodle was an infant.
You see, Noodle was very colicky and cried nonstop from the hours of 6 pm and 10 pm every night. Zuddy needed a break once a week to be with friends, refresh himself and regain his sanity before he had to deal with his 2 crying girls for another 6 days. This is when Michelle stepped in. She'd come over and hold my crying kid and guess what? She was just what we both needed! Look at Noodle! Noodle loved her!
Michelle would send Noodle a card for every holiday. She loves Halloween, so one Halloween she picked up Noodle from school in costume and took her out to dinner to her favorite restaurant, Noodles & Company.
Michelle met a really nice guy and married him on St.Patrick's day 2009:
and now she's due with baby girl Finnegan on Sunday!!
I was over at her house all last week doing her spring cleaning because she's on bed rest, the poor girl. Anyway, that's part of my baby gift to her. Because did you know I'm not working right now? Well, I'm not.
So instead of just accepting my gift and calling it a day, she went and bought me something I've been wanting for so long but wouldn't buy myself:
Thank you all for the kind words about Dad and sister, ladies. I appreciate your good thoughts! I'll let you know how things are going. I'm about to go to the hospital right now and give my dad a mani-pedi :)
Oh!! Here's a funny clip from Jimmy Kimmel live. Zuddy showed it to me this morning and we were HOWLING with laughter because "Elizabeth Hill Theater" was showing Toddlers and Tiaras over the holiday break.