Holy jeepers, it’s hot out. All of a sudden, it went from nice, springy weather to brain-boiling heat. Despite growing up a San Antonian, I do not do well in the heat. I almost fainted walking to lunch this morning. I felt sort of funky ever since I went yesterday to my class at the gym and found out that not only was it not air-conditioned, the heat was on. I don’t see how people can do that hot yoga. I was sliding all around the place I was sweating so much. Then today we had to take the cat to the vet. After schlepping the carrier all the way to the vet’s office (which is near our old apartment) we learned that their a/c had broken yesterday and won’t be fixed until tomorrow. I have no idea why they didn’t just close the place down, but the humans were absolutely soaking in sweat and the animals looked miserable.
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In regions of the country where prostitution is legal, the Aphrodite Project Platforms are causing quite a stir. These shoes - of which a concept pair are on display at the Museum of Sex in New York City - look like the stereotypical "hooker heels" but are decked out with a panic button and a GPS system.
Access Hollywood NEW YORK, N.Y. (November 14, 2007) – Ellen Pompeo, star of “Grey’s Anatomy,” married fiancé Chris Ivery on Friday. The happy couple had an intimate wedding in New York City, according to a report by the Boston Globe. The couple had a small ceremony, with only a few witnesses. “I’m very happy for her,” Ellen’s father, Joseph Pompeo told People on Wednesday. “She just didn’t want a big thing.” Tango’s Take McDreamy. Thank God that Ellen Pompeo is not like her TV character. Because she would say that she doesn’t want a big wedding and be bitter because no one knew that she was just saying that to look tough. We wonder after Isaiah Washington left the show how much cast tension there is. Katherine Heigl is everywhere these days. Knocked Up was a huge hit, she won an Emmy, and is getting married on December 23rd. Maybe Pompeo just wanted to fly under the radar here and not try to steal anyone’s shine.