So there I was Tuesday, jumping to the conclusion that Tim Robbins might have been the one to leave Susan Sarandon, and it looks like I was wrong. (Mark your calendar—I don’t admit to that very often!) Now I’m reading that 63-year-old Susie’s been spending a lot of time with some guy named Jonathan Bricklin, a 31-year-old ping pong club owner.
In the words of Stewie Griffin, “Say whaaaaaaaat?”
This cannot be anything more than the tabloids making shit up, right? Are we really supposed to believe that? A 32-year age difference?
I mean, I love that little devil Prince Harry, but hell, there’s only 27 years between us. I know it’s wrong on so many levels, but I so want to party with him. I’ve had a thing for redheads ever since my first crush on Billy Mumy (Will Robinson from Lost in Space); throw in some bad-boy royalty and I’m in cougar heaven.
Seriously, I could take his head between my thighs and crack it like a Christmas walnut.
Whew. Sorry about that.
But in real life, like I said on Tuesday, I much prefer men more my own age, those who remember where they were when Kennedy was shot or when they heard Gomer Pyle’s singing voice for the first time.
Ping pong club owner? (Why do people write fiction when real life is so fascinating?)
Anyway, many of you left comments on my last post about wonderful long-term relationships that you’re in or know of. I was happy to see that. We all should be so lucky.
What else… Oh, last night I met with Joe Lowers, my comic friend who will be producing my one-woman show. We’re going to set up a couple of preview shows for the end of January (dates TBD, I’ll let you know) and then launch the show on a regular schedule starting Valentine’s Day weekend. Still don’t have a title finalized. So much to do.
Two things: 1) The thought of doing this show scares the crap out of me. I told you that before and I’m not kidding. I have a million insecurities going on and unfortunately for you, you’ll probably be hearing about them in the next few weeks. But at least you’ll know I practice what I preach about setting goals and getting out of your comfort zone.
And 2) I’ve been really busy and I’m all backed up on my blog reading. Don’t think I don’t love you. Really, you have no idea how much I do. I’ll catch up as soon as I can. (And Tara, I hope you're behaving yourself.) I still have 19 Guiding Light episodes on my DVR that I haven’t had a chance to watch, so you know I’m busy.
And now I’m off to my day job…
So tell me, what goal are you working toward? Are you stepping outside your comfort zone?