Tempers and Turkey
Rodger explains why he got heated at the video shoot.
I think that people sometimes forget that I come from a business background – not a fashion one. I appreciate focus and being efficient. It was BEYOND frustrating when everyone was messing around when shooting The Zoeinator, which you could tell. Rachel teasing me and telling everyone that I had a "short fuse" only fueled the fire — not to mention I had a million other things going on...including Rachel’s family coming for Passover. In the end, we had a great time. Amy Phillips is hilarious and was so much fun to work with. PopSugar did a great job editing the video and the special effects really topped it off. We have the video on RachelZoe.com: http://pics.rachelzoe.com/the-zoeinator.
The Seder was amazing. Thank god Marisa came with us to Bristol Farms. I can only imagine what we would have come home with – probably a chicken instead of a turkey. Everything, including the turkey, came out great and it was so nice having our "real family" and our "fashion family" at the same table. Of course, Ron, Rachel's dad, had to make a toast that mentioned having another person at the table next year. It’s no secret that I hope the same thing as well.
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