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Dec 6th 2010 8:30PM My "kids" are now adults, Paul was always Paul, his 13 year old brother, who died 2 days after Christmas, was always Christopher John, our daughter, was named after her father, because he did not want any of his sons know as Junior, her name which was never heard of, at the time, is Danita Marie. When she started college, she wanted to be "different" so she went by, Dani, instead of the dot over the i she would place a heart. She now owns a business and it is her trademark. Then Robert came along, when he started kindergarten, he would print Rob, because he didn't want to print a "long" name. Now Robert is an attorney and is known only by Robert Charles. My daughter-in-law named our first grandson Colin, I sent her a congratulatory card and wrote Collin. She asked, why? My answer, he means "lots of love" to us. Along came his brother Philip and I did it again, he is now, Phillip. Both are very happy with the story that goes with their names. In the real world, every parent should give thought to their child's name and maybe, or what if, kids nick name him. Do realize their names will be with them forever, so maybe Rock is good in the movies, or even as our friend who is a jeweler is named Rock, doesn't mean it will be a good name for your child along with his family's surname.
Dec 5th 2010 12:40PM Happy Holidays to All.
My husband is 79 and I will be 75 one week before Christmas. When We celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary, we said, NO MORE presents, instead we do enjoy your Prescences. We have more memories of a bad Christmas(our 13 yr. old died of a congenital aneurysm and more of good Christimases, when we welcomed into our home the first of 24 Foster babies, the births of our greatgrand babies and I have never again cooked for any holiday or cleaned up, our three adult children take turns and surprise us of one gift for both of us that we will cherish forever.....included are their thanks for what we have given, especially all the love that surrounds our families.An employer of mine once told me, "Carol, it is very easy to give a gift but difficult to accept one, especially if you forgot the giver". May you all be blessed with Christmas Love
Dec 2nd 2010 1:12PM Why, why is it always the children, who get smashed in BOTH k &j's mismash? Years from now, we will have to place these children in rehab, which parent will pay for it?
NOTE: Kate your facial remake is too botoxing.
Nov 16th 2010 1:27PM AOL shame on you. You jump from DWTS to Oprah, Beck,and now Bush. You are trying to keep your numbers up by enticing us to sit and wirte comments all day. This is beneath PC journalism, if you want surveys pay for them. Don't excuse what you are presenting as news worthy.
Nov 16th 2010 1:13PM Bristol goes. Brandy is 1/2 the age of Jennifer. Therefore DWTS, chooses player by Race, who has the most noterity and then matches youth against maturity. I like to see Carrie, Len and Bruno on stellito heels, dancing with injuries and be judged by the dancers. The last football player was great, his feet bigger then bruno's or Len's were dancing. DWTS allow dancers do the judging. Maintain equality, do not pit youth against maturity! BE Honest. You three judges couldn't dance your way out of a paper bag. I did enjoy the dancers and your host Tom, and the band and singers. Done, finished with DWTS, the judges antics and unjustified critques. Get another job.
'Project Runway' Winner Gretchen Jones on Her Season 8 Victory, Bitchy Reputation, and Love for Mondo Guerra
Nov 1st 2010 8:16PM You are right! It smelled like fish, looked like fish, walked/swam like a fish, so I guess Marie Claire, Heidi Diedi, and old Mr. Kors like fish.
I guess I am saying if you have money, you can wear trash bags, which they did one season, and blow the average (me)out of watching another farce as Project Run Away. Did they ever try to design something for special needs women or handicapped persons? No, cause their not fashionable.
Nov 1st 2010 8:03PM Why don't some fashion magazines/cataloges use special needs adults/children or those with handicappes? Some of those special persons dress well. I don't mean with with bling bling or sillitoe shoes or desinger this or that, they use clothes that are pleasing to the eye, not flashee or drab, just really good looking clothes they put together. which works for them.
Oct 14th 2010 6:14PM Thank you for being an intelligent male who uses his intellect. Tell her to take Michael Kors with her, as book ends they are on the shelves of the very rich but so insensible to those who put them on TV or honkimg their designs.
Sep 30th 2010 6:30PM Did amyone notice she is bowed leg? Not to mention her czarina method to judge up an coming designers. Next kick Michel Kors to the curb.
Sep 23rd 2010 10:06PM
TO: Mata Hari I give you ten stars, sorry it does not include "ole blue eyes".
Sometime all of you should listent to Frank's rendition of " Tell Her You Love Her".
It didn't win awards but it will win your heart of hearts.
You have excellent taste. Unfortunately what you say about the"you owe
it to me generation" is true, they buy, build and then travel without
making a house a home.
Relators will grab it, tear it and if zoned correctly will place two
homeson the property and make out like bandits. Take a page from
Nicholas Cage, his house was atrocious and it probably still is on the
What happen to Frank's daughter Nancy who used and abused his name?