Bill Cosby had a TV show in the late ‘90’s called “Kids Say the Darndest Things,” where he laughed at cute observations from a collection of ankle-biters. We reference that show in my house all the time now, but we replace the word “DARNDEST” with the vilest profanity we can think of.
New in theaters this week we have “Neighbors,” starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron. Rogen plays Mac, who just purchased his dream home and moved in with his family. Efron plays Teddy, the President of the fraternity that moves in next DOOR.
Mother’s Day is difficult for me because my own mother is deceased. This will be my 8th Mother’s Day without her and as anyone who has lost a Mom will tell you, it never gets easier.
New in theaters this week we have “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” once again starring Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker.
Julie won Twitter yesterday. Game over.
My elderly neighbor Roy passed away last year. He was an incredibly sweet man but his biggest pet peeve in the WORLD was a barking dog. I think he even called the cops on one barky neighbor multiple times. (Oh yeah, and he also called squirrels “rats with fancy tails” which I totally disagreed with.)
New in theaters this week we have “The Other Woman,” starring Leslie Mann and Cameron Diaz as women who discover they’re sharing a man.
Everybody has that one friend who always looks incredible.
New in theaters this week we have “Heaven is for Real,” based on the true story of a 4-year-old boy who has a near-death-experience and then describes the things he sees in Heaven.
I went to Medieval Times for the first time ever this weekend. I’m not going to lie and say I didn’t enjoy it or that I was too cool for the whole thing. The truth is that I had a blast and was cheering on my knight in a goofy paper crown along with everyone else, but one question kept flashing through my mind.