“I’ve got to go, Ally. It was nice meeting you.”
She furrowed her eyebrows again, altogether unsure about what was going on now. In a small voice, she said, “My mom’s just coming.”
Stepping backwards, I said, “Will you remember my name?”
In an even smaller voice, she said, “Eddie.”
I could have stared at her for hours, but I had to break away and turn around. I got back to the car and climbed in. I started the engine.
Out of the corner of my eye, as I was pulling away, I was aware of a sudden movement at the door of the house. When I got to the first junction, and was about to turn left, I glanced in my rearview mirror. Melissa and Ally were standing - holding hands - in the middle of the street.
Congratulations on your face
“I trust you more than I trust anyone.”
All About Steve | Sandra & Brad
My Aunt Ilene met Bradley Cooper today!!
He was passing through Philly visiting his family and stopped in at the radio station where my cousin Donny works. Apparently he talked to my aunt for 45+ minutes and was down to earth, sweet, and really funny.
Little known facts: The Hangover is really hard to film because they often tell them, “Just do something funny,” and wait for Zack Galifinakis to do something. Ken Watanabe is actually a really serious guy who studied medicine and thinks that Bradley is hilarious. Sandra Bullock is a “one of the guys” girl and completely unafraid to make fun of herself.
Bradley himself loves Philly and misses it horribly, had already eaten three cheesesteaks by the time he saw my aunt, and actually asked my fifty-something aunt in a hopeful tone, “So you liked The Hangover? It was okay?”
How cool is that? I love when celebrities turn out to not be assholes.
That is cool!