I always say that I’m five miles wide and half an inch deep.I’m very interested in a lot of different topics, and for me, morning television really kind of fed all those different curiosities.
She wore her short blonde hair in a chic updo, with chin-length tendrils framing her smiling face.
After Jay died, I'd fill his side of the bed with books and magazines and the sweater I wore that day so I would stay on my side.
I not only missed him as my husband, but I missed our partnership and the things that came with being a nuclear family: watching him give Carrie a bottle at church as the sunlight streamed through the stained glass window, seeing him teach Ellie to ride her two-wheeler, sitting shotgun on a car trip with the girls in the back seat.
There were mornings where we had very intense, super-serious news stories to cover. Because, even back then, before authenticity became such a buzz word, I think people responded to someone who seemed to be their authentic self on television.
And there were other mornings where you got a real smorgasbord of content. It was pretty daunting to occupy a seat on a show that was such an institution, and had such a rich history, and was really a part of people’s daily routine. TRENDING: The meaning behind Scaramucci’s favorite word Jesse: It seems like it would be hard to fake it for that long every day.