Carrie: Boy, do I have news!
Girls: Oh, honey, that's amazing, that's so great, blah blah blah.
It has been a little rough lately, a little boring, a little lame. Kate has gotten on my last nerve the past few episodes. But last night two things happened to renew my faith in J+K+8. First off, they visited the St. Jude Cancer Hospital in Memphis, TN. Something about seeing sick kids made me break down right there on my couch. This episode should be avoided at all costs if seeing sick kids make you cry.
The other part that I wanted to share with you I LOVED. So Alexis is talking to the camera about where they are going (to the St. Jude Hospital) and Hannah is standing next to her. For no reason whatsoever, Hannah just smacked her on the arm. Alexis gave her a look like "what the fuck bitch?" and then looked at the camera like this.
I was DYING!!!! She then says:
"I don't know why her did that." Ugh. She's amazing. SO ADORABLE!!!!
Speaking of adorable, Kristen sent me a few more pictures from her wedding.
We were pretending I had just said something really funny. I hadn't. I really love the look of the pictures though. Her photographer, Rebekah Westover (shout out to rebekahwestover.blogspot.com for the pictures) has this style that I love. She had a "photobooth" set up outside the banquet hall and everyone took funny pictures. There are three of me that I look HORRIBLE in, but this one has been approved for your viewing pleasure.
Last night Page Six and I went out for dinner to celebrate birthdays and Hanukkah and Christmas and we had SUCH a good time. Margs at Arriba are NEVER a let down. Anyway, as we were sitting there, watching the snow in the background and listening to Christmas music while sipping margs, four people came in to sit at the table next to us.*Please note, these were not the exact people, I'm just trying to give you a visual image*
Four little people in a row. I love little people, don't get me wrong, but THAT'S hilarious! And they had all just been ice skating. Four little people isn't a group of friends hanging out, it's an army. It's friggin Little People, Big World up in here and they's about to take over! I wonder what would happen to them if they had one of the BIG margaritas from Arriba. Two words: Humpty. Dumpty.
In other news still, Heidi and Spencer eloped Monday on The Hills.
Best part about it? They did it while wasted on Patron. So gay people can't marry, but Heidi and Spencer can elope. Wasted. On. Patron. It's all good though, because Heidi and Spencer don't just stand for marriage. They are marriage. They are love. They are....America.