If I have to have one more conversation about buying a place in New York I'm going to freak out! But I've made my executive decision -- no apartment, case closed. We have a great system going back and forth between LA and NYC and we get the best of both worlds. If it ain't broke…
It's so funny to me that after all this time Rachel still gets so nervous when she's the "talent" rather than her more familiar role as the behind-the-scenes stylist. She's beautiful and talented and people love to see her, but it still manages to make her a bit uncomfortable. She's worked so hard to get to this place in her career, and I wish she could just stop and realize how amazing it all is instead.
Roger I hate to say this but you are a real turn off with your superior attitude. You can tell you think you're all that because of RACHEL'S success. You act so superior. I've never read your blog because I can't stomach what I might read. Yes and your hair / your half beard. Ugh clean it up. Just get some humility and don't act above everyone & we might be able to watch again.
Rog - I miss the old look in this blog photo. What's up with the 60/70's hair? I lived through it back then with the man in my life & it's really an unfortunate look to revisit. The shorter shaggy cut says cool & business, but I don't know what this look is intended to represent. Otherwise, I echo the sentiment below - your are the rock in this relationship.
When is Rachel going to stop wearing real fur? Has she taken a moment to see how fur is made??
Good on you, bruddah! You're right! Timing is everything. Investing in NYC realty at this time is just another excuse to add stress to an overly stressed out life. Open your ny salon, grow your business and bask in the glory of what IS! Rachel is lucky to have you, Rodger. !