Dec 7th 2010 1:29PM I would buy my 7 year old a pair of Doc Marten's. She has been asking for a pair since she found out I used to wear them.
Nov 23rd 2010 10:17AM seriously? I was at H & M yesterday in LA and there were TONS of these on the racks. Most were really not attractive.
Oct 24th 2010 12:53PM actually the best thing to use is baby oil. not a lot. A bit on a soft cloth. It's weird but it totally works.
Sep 9th 2010 12:00PM Dr. Phil's house, in truth, is just a gigantic Orange County track house that is in BH. A McMansion. I live a few blocks away from it and it's close to the street without a lot of privacy in the front and the street it's on is a short cut so it gets a fair amount of traffic. It also sticks out in the neighborhood like a sore thumb. There is another house for sale for less than 1/2 the price a few doors down and I would much rather have that one. It has character.
Sep 3rd 2010 4:28PM I agree. It was boring.
Sep 2nd 2010 10:30AM strange to dock in San Diego and go check out the Hearst Castle which is probably an 8 hour drive from there.
Aug 24th 2010 11:18AM The Travelers Bookcase in Los Angeles on 3rd St
Apr 26th 2010 11:22AM I truly hope they have remodeled since I stayed there last. We had a terrible time at $950 a night. The road leading up to our room was so bad it tore a hole in the radiator of our car and we had to be towed from Big Sur to Beverly Hills- a huge expense. The room was horrible and the staff was atrocious- moved us 1/2 way through our stay saying they had promised our room to someone else.
Feb 2nd 2010 5:48PM I am not feeling this home at all. the living room is pretty but the rest is pretty awful
Jan 11th 2010 6:36PM Cape Cod is my home town. Most of the large mansions have small rooms like this one. The newer homes don't of course. This is a typical beach "cottage" of the mansion variety. Big and beautiful on the outside but small inside. My theory is that it's so expensive to heat a home on the east coast that the rooms are a smaller scale and interior space is cut up so you can close off parts of the house in the winter.
The decor is very standard for the Cape- except for those dining room chairs... yikes! Not my thing but feels right there.