Continuing my tradition of giving my own name to each episode, I'm calling episode four, "New York State of Mind." As you may or may not know, Rachel and I are from the suburbs of NYC. After meeting in college (I was in grad school) at George Washington University in DC, we moved back to NYC and lived there for 11 years before moving out to La La land. We both absolutely love LA and the lifestyle that it offers. The sun, beach and laid-back attitude are hard to beat. For the past six years we couldn't dream of living anywhere else. Lately though, when we've gone back to NYC, I've noticed that Rachel is really starting to miss it.
I can not get over how supportive each of you are in your partnership.. A great model of togetherness in today's so called "busy world"... Best to you , and keep up the good work!!1
Rodger, I never thought I would find such a caring and doting husb.and such as yourself (that is excluding my husband, Nick!) Several years ago, we both had lucrative jobs, I shopped like Rachel, and he never said a word. Then...I came down with MS, could no longer work, the recession hit and his business closed. However, he still treats me like a queen, makes me tea in the morning, AFTER he's already made the coffee (sound familiar?), and takes wonderful care of both me and my mom. Both you and he make examples of what a great husband every man should be. Rachel and I should be very happy and proud to call you our own!! Thanks for your blogs, Rodger. Both they and the show really lift my spirits!!
Barbara (and Nick, too! I now have him addicted to your show!!!)
Oh Rodge no husband knows how much their wife REEaly shops!!Well I guess you do now! Lol it is truly amazing to see what a great marriage you two have with the lifestyle you live! Best wishes to you both always you seem like two very sweet and devoted people!
This last season, it looks like your relationship is on the rocks over the baby issue. At the same time, I don't like the snarky comments you make about Rachel to the camera. You both need to work on communicating to each other. Let's be realistic, how in the heck is Rachel going to have a child? She's too busy to spend any time with you, much less a baby. She doesn't feed herself, how's she going to feed a baby? Get with reality, dude. You are either not going to have kids or you're going to adopt, and you are going to do most of the work and complain about how she's never available. She is married to her job and a mother to her business. Period. Fashion is her passion, period. It is what it is. She's a workaholic.