This morning my husband, Dustin, and I left rainy Beigeville and headed to Beverly Hills so I could get my hair cut. When crossing the hill, it's always good to bring someone with you so you can take advantage of the carpool lane or you'll be stuck sitting in your car for 2 hours. As we made our way to the freeway, my husband kept commenting on how bad drivers are lately. We arrived in Beverly Hills in great time and as we got into the elevator my husband bumped into an actor he worked with. It should be noted that no matter where we go (in the world), Dustin bumps into an actor he has worked with. And he can never remember that actor's name. We make conversation in the elevator with the actor that I think is named Chris but is really named Sam, stop by Paper Source, then get to the salon. My stylist and I start chatting about American Idol and Dustin decides to go take a walk and see who else he can bump into (he never wants to listen to American Idol chat) while I get my hair done. I get my hair cut and am paying when Dustin walks into the salon visibly shaken. He got hit by a car! HE GOT HIT BY A CAR....AGAIN! He was crossing the street in a crosswalk and somebody drove into him. The guy didn't even stop to see if he was ok, even when he realized he hit him!!! What a jerk! Luckily, he is ok. Luckily, my hair looks adorable, too. People, take this as a warning, it is not safe to go places with me. If you are my sister, you fall in pools, if you are my husband, you get hit by cars and if you're my baby brother....well, I'll tell you tomorrow. Tod and I are going to visit our mother tomorrow. I wonder what will happen to him. I'm like that little statue thingee Peter Brady found in that cave in Hawaii!! A tarantula better not crawl on me now.
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