of course. i am so with you on this, brooke. she is darling. i just hope her hair isn't too crazy this time around. am thinking about that li'l sweet babe you get to hold on your chest while you watch the bach. a perfect excuse to watch trashy t.v.
Thanks for the reminder. I didn't know it was already time. I think you'll be glad you are doing Buster's pictures now. I cherish my ones of Max when he was just a week old.
Wow, is it time already? I saw that Reality Steve had a whole article of spoilers but I refuse to read him/them this time around. I want to hold onto the dream of true love!
I will be watching! love the trash!
This is definitely the kind of show I like to watch with others. Why does it seem less trashy if you watch it with friends eating a pan of brownies than if you watch it by yourself eating a pan of brownies, a container of ice cream, a bag of cheetos, and a 2-liter bottle of diet coke?
I saw the commercials, and thought about how happy you and Ashley would be. It brought a cheesy smile to my face, kind of like all of the co-pilot references in the last Bachelor.Enjoy!
You better believe it!
I'm with ya, I love all your thoughts on the show...you kill me!!
Yep, I'm there!!
and you will be giving a blow by blow account of all the shenanigans on your blog wont you Miss Brooke?Thanks.
I can't wait to see what controversy gets drummed up this time! I hope I can get over the impression of Ali that I had from last season...I hope, I hope. If not, I'll be sure to let you know. ;) Ali just seemed so mean to me. Maybe she will be happy now without competition. ha. I still can't get that image of Ali and Jake making a scene on the grass at the park out of my mind. That image is still burned into my retina. As a mother of 3 teenage boys, that was some scary stuff-- similar to the letting your toddler watch animals mate on the Discovery Channel. Actually, I think animals may be more discreet. ;) Speaking of, when my kids were little we caught some little frogs in a pond and took them home in a cup covered with plastic wrap. (yes, we poked holes in it) The kids took turns holding the cup on the way home. At one point, they tilted the cup to me and asked, "What are they doing?" "...Um, uhhh, hugging," I replied, as I swiftly took the cup and placed it in a cupholder and covered it with a napkin to give them privacy. :) Those were just frogs! What is wrong with me?! ha.That was a conversation for another day. The next day we found eggs in the frog habitat.Anyway, yes, I will probably be watching it the Bachelorette--but good luck to the guy who wins! :)
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