I'm a high heel wearing writer, magician, sleuth, and twin mama with tattoos. My not-so-secret past includes doing time as the Editor of Playgirl magazine. I get personal on Mommy With Tattoos and mouthy at Daily Momtra. I'm obsessed with taking naps, 70s vintage, chocolate chip cookies, reality TV, and Mexican food (not too spicy, please).
It's never nice to say bad things about anyone. Our moms taught us that, right? But still, people talk. And lots have been said about Nikki Ferrell and Juan Pablo Galavis. Especially Juan Pablo. He's been through the ringer, hasn't he? Nikki and Juan Pablo do seem really happy -- and I hope they are. Love is wonderful. But these two cannot escape the people who want to create doubt or see this relationship end.
Nikki is addressing those haters head on with some fighting words after a fan questioned her happiness. She's quite fiery when it comes to defending her man.
I think we can all agree that not one of the people on The Bachelor or Bachelorette are overweight in any way. Ali Fedotowsky included. But because the world is a critical one and people feel the need to call people names or make them feel bad about themselves, Ali has been called fat. To her face even.
The camera supposedly adds 10 pounds, but even with 10 more pounds, Ali is not fat. Still she's been berated by so-called fans on the street.
Coachella is happening! Coachella is happening! My friend was there and she stood next to Jared Leto who was wearing a Hawaiian shirt and was high-fived by Steven Tyler. Wow! She saw Chromeo and thought he looked like Patrick Dempsey. She did not, however, see Leonardo DiCaprio dancing to MGMT.
His moves are questionable, but he has said that he used to be a pop-locker, so perhaps he's calling upon his younger days. We do have the incredible dance he did in Wolf of Wall Street to compare it to. Let's decode this mystery and take a closer look.
Some of us love naps. We need them to function. Sometimes we just get so tired that the toothpicks give out and a snooze is an absolute must. Or we partake in coffee and attempt to delay the inevitable slumber. Naps are a beautiful thing. Or so I thought. Napping is linked to an early death. It can kill us. Die. Dead. Gone. Game over. Adults who nap every day are two and a half times more likely to die before their "time."
This is the worst news ever. Is this study funded by those who pimp out caffeine? Or one of those energy drinks? I'm a napper. I nap so I can live! Not to die sooner!
Dr. Melvin Morse and his wife Pauline Morse were accused of waterboarding their own 11-year-old daughter in 2012. It was alleged that Dr. Morse, who is a pediatrician, held the child's head beneath a faucet so water would go up her nose and across her face. Torture, apparently, as punishment. I don't believe there is anything this child could have done to deserve this. The mother was there but didn't participate though she didn't stop it from happening either. Dr. Morse, who is the child's step-father, is also known for near-death experiments on children. Terrifying.
The case went to court and a verdict has been given. Justice? Maybe. But when Morse is finished serving his sentence, he will still be in her life.