You know what? When it comes to the fight against MS, Sharon really hits it on the head: information is power! You have to study and read as much as you can and then figure out how you can fight back against a diagnosis! Never take no for an answer!
We're so inspired by all of this! We hope the cause keeps progressing like it has!!
Monday’s Boston bombings marked yet another horrible day in this country’s history. What’s more, it’s two days later, and we’re still not in the clear.
But despite the tragedy and chaos, Bostonians’ resilience is unyielding. It’s no wonder Stephen Colbert dedicated the opening of The Colbert Report to them.
Ch-ch-check out the his heartfelt and inspiring tribute (above)!
In the meantime, here are just a few of his quotes worth mentioning more than once:
"Whoever did this obviously did not know about the people of Boston. Nothing these terrorists do is going to shake them… For Pete's sake, Boston was founded by the Pilgrims, a people so tough, they had to buckle their goddamn hats on."
After celebrating Easter in El Lay earlier this week, Jessica Alba decided that it was time for a nice getaway, so she packed her stuff up and headed to Saint Barts with her hubby, Cash Warren and kiddies Honor and Haven.
And since the French West Indies are nice and sunny right now, the Sin City actress stripped down to a teal and orange bikini and chilled on a jetty in the middle of the ocean.
We don't know about you, but this is definitely how you relax, and we must say, Miz Alba and her bikini bod got it going on!!
The world lost an amazing human being Thursday when Roger Ebertpassed away, and whether or not you agreed or even liked his signature style of film critique, he was undeniably a larger than life, kind human being who inspired many throughout his lifetime.
Roger's partner-in-critique, Richard Roeper, appeared on Anderson 360 Thursday evening to talk to Anderson Cooper about his late friend, stating that the native Chicagoan had an "everyman quality."
Watch the sweet, sad interview (above)!
There will never be another film enthusiast quite like Roger…
How will we know which movies to watch/avoid without the presence of his famous thumbs?!
Oh we jest, but only to break the tension of what is otherwise a very sad occasion.
You will be sorely missed, Roger! We hope your spirit rests in peace!
Jessica Alba just got done writing her book, The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You, which is jam PACKED with mommy tips and how to raise your kids in an eco-friednly way.
And while the starlet strives on keeping her advice cost efficient, Gwyneth Paltrow has been busy promoting her book, It's All Good, which insists that people should go on a low-carb gluten-free expensive diet.
The difference between the ladies' books is that the Little Fockers actress' advice is affordable to all, while Paltrow thinks it's ok to spend a butt-load of money on food.
And even though Jessica tried so hard not to throw The Avengers star under the bus, she certainly threw A LOT of shade her way.