My Guilty Pleasure
I hate to admit it, but it’s Tori and Dean. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you’ve been living under a rock. It’s Tori Spelling’s series with her husband who she met on the set of a movie of the week. He left his wife, she left her husband and they got married and had two children. I have no idea why I’m so addicted to this, but I am. I’m not proud.
I might like watching it so much because she’s ridiculous. She keeps talking about how all this work is getting in the way of spending time with her family, um….welcome to the real world. She wants to spend every waking moment with her family, and to be honest, if my husband left his wife for me, I’d be less inclined to want him to spend time away from me either. But I’m not judging.
I want to scream at her that all this “work” she’s getting is the reason she can live like she is and afford the nanny, the vacations, etc. Yes, she can’t spend every waking minute with her family, try struggling for money along with not being able to spend every moment with your family.
Then there’s all the drama with her mama that’s ridiculous. They talk to each other through the media and the book(s) they’ve written. So much for working things out in private; however, if they worked it out in private then there’d be nothing to watch. I wish there was nothing to watch. I actually wish I had the strength of my cousin Cari who can just say no.