Taylor Armstrong

Taylor says she has more important things to worry about than Ms. Glanville.

on Nov 12, 2012

I was happy to have friends over to the house for dinner. At times I feel quite lonely in my home and getting back to socializing was a step in the right direction. I so appreciated Mauricio and Paul’s willingness to participate in the Walk A Mile In Her Shoes campaign in Sacramento. Domestic abuse is such a heavy topic and this campaign does a wonderful job of spreading the message but does so in an environment of light-hearted fun. Having men support the cause is critical to changing behaviors and setting a positive example for other men to follow.

The walk was hysterical to watch and we laughed a great deal but at the heart of it all, I was very touched to have their support. The turn out for the event was phenomenal and I have such respect for every one of the participants for taking a stand, especially in high heels.

I absolutely adore Portia (who wouldn’t?) and seeing her dressed, excited and ready for her fourth birthday warmed my heart. Kyle threw a great party for her and she had a fun-filled fourth.