Saturday, April 28, 2012


This is a 6-year old boy with autism who plays the piano by ear. I'm blown away. Once again, music is the universal language.

Reminds me of this image I keep on my computer:

I'm so happy this little boy isn't being judged on his ability to climb a tree. Instead, he's being celebrated for his extraordinary ability to share his passion. What an inspiration. I like this kid's style, too. He's not even sitting down. He just wants to PLAY.

Give Me Paw

The only thing this guy did wrong was NOT dubbing The Beatles' I Want To Hold Your Hand into the video...

Thursday, April 26, 2012


This is pretty much the story of my life. Thank you, Pocahontas and random beach hair girl!

And The Truth Shall Set You Free...

Jesus Photobomb

As far as photobombs go, this may actually be the best one of all time...

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Barbie In Real Life

This person told her plastic surgeon she wanted to look like Barbie, so the surgeon made her look like Barbie. If I asked my plastic surgeon to make me look like a doll, he would probably say, "I could MAYBE make you look like Chucky."

Click the link for more photos. I can't look away.

Real Life Barbie Doll

Thursday, April 19, 2012


In case you needed additional proof that men are, indeed, idiots...

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

My Day

I started my day at the dermatologist, where he biopsied yet another "freckle" on my skin, this time on my "chest." Ladies, stop tanning topless. It's not worth it. I get the results next week. Fingers crossed until then.

I ended the day talking to my older male gynecologist about the subtle nuances of the dialogue in Sex and the City (all six seasons) as well as our thoughts on both movies -- (he loved the first one and thought the second one was unnecessary.) He adores Cynthia Nixon and loves "the last episode of the season where Big goes to Napa." I quoted the last line from that episode verbatim and he lit up like a Christmas tree.
I asked him how it's possible that he's seen all six seasons of Sex and the City. His answer? "I'm on call in the hospital. A lot. For many hours at a time... ... and I really like that show. Remember the episode where the girls go to Miranda's mom's funeral? Aidan and Steve show up? Carrie gets up to walk next to Miranda in the church? That was just incredible."

Ladies and gentlemen, my weird little life continues...

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

It's Only Rock and Roll, But It Feels Like Love.

And it always has. And I hope it always will.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

City of Ruins from last night's show at MSG

So good...