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Gerard Butler: Surfing Accident Was A 'Close Call'

Gerard Butler: Surfing Accident Was A 'Close Call'

Gerard Butler ducks out of The Box nightclub on Friday (January 6) in London, England.

The night before, the 42-year-old Scottish actor attended a special screening of his new movie Coriolanus.

Gerard also recently appeared on The Graham Norton Show where he talked about his scary surfing accident while filming his other movie, Of Men and Mavericks, in Northern California.

“[The waves] just took me in, and I couldn’t get up. It was pretty hairy. It was maybe of of the few times that reports were not exaggerated. It was a pretty close call,” he shared.

“I was actually in the ambulance and wanted to go back, which was a little crazy. But [surfing is] pretty addictive,” Gerry added.

FYI: Gerard is wearing Joe’s Classic Fit with Rogue‘s leather biker jacket.

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  • Can’tGetEnough

    @Gerry’s new GF: LOL LOL Do you even know who Abigail Spencer is? And that she’s married with a child? LOL
    Should we say the same about any pic we see of him with a female fan or an actress? Well heck, Moira has a pic of her and GB together so maybe they are secretly dating?? Good grief!!!!

  • Manny

    @Question:
    .
    I saw it. Although many here have said they loved it, I did not. To me it was another PSILY with a whining selfish woman wanting a man to meet her every need and breaking up his marriage. Lame and boring were my feeling. Just not my cup of tea.
    .
    Gerry’s best by miles are RockNRolla (the one he said most reflected who he is as a person) and The Jury. But that is just my take.
    .
    Off to fold another load of laundry…

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    Oh, yes, he looks gorgeous in the clip i saw. I also started to read the synopsis of the movie and i have to say i probably won’t like his character because he’s not loyal to his wife. I hope she dumps him after the whole thing is over.

    He’s too much of a wimp. His ex dumped him when he wanted her, only returning to him after she is terminally ill and destroying his marriage. If he had any spine he would tell her to get lost despite still loving her or whatever. She should never go to her grave knowing he still loved her. He should have kept it inside him, not telling his wife either. I think that’s what Gerry in real life would do.

    But the movie really looks good from your description. You got my interest peaked. I’m going to find this movie and order it.

  • Hollywood Gossiper

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman: Something to tuck into the brain, a wrap party does not mean the movie is finished, it is just finished for most of the production so they have the party when most of the crew are there to enjoy it. There were 2 camera units one for the water scenes and one the principal unit for the rest. The 2nd camera unit is the one hanging around, they were out there filming when Gerry was out getting those paddling shots and got caught by a rogue wave. Even Gerry said he wasn’t quite finished, can’t remember where, one of the interviews in London? They are also trying to get great footage with the stunt doubles on the Mavericks waves which are just now getting impressive. A helicopter and movie crew was out with the surfers on Friday for their Mavericks opening ceremony. This article mentions that the stunt double for Jonny Weston [who plays Jay Moriairty] was wearing blue paint on his face because then it will be easier to superimpose Jonny’s face over his in post production. I think they would LIKE to catch some of the annual contest which hasn’t been called yet, still waiting for THE perfect waves but not sure if the film crew has enough yet or not. That would be cool to have the actors there on the day, not in the water mind. LOL.

    http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/sports/ci_19694600

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Gerry’s new GF:
    You see what you want to see. I see an obliging actor; you see a soul in love. See how that spins?
    -
    I call you Brook because 1) you sound like her “vibe” wise; 2) use many of the same phrases; 3) are so into him being with someone, anyone; 4) she loves to rile up posters; 5) she must tell everyone it as if she has some inside track (on his love-life). He has no love life; sex life, yes… and it’s healthy but he’s not in love.
    -
    So back at you… how do you know what you know? LOL See, we both can play this game!
    -
    Oh, and now you’re downsizing it to why wouldn’t he be interested?! Look, the man is going to f around and date. For the most part, but not always in his life, there appears to be a type. But this is all for show for to be seen with industry preferred women for his career. It’s his “game” and he plays it well… and if you heard the Howard Stern interview… has had a whole lot of “fun” (numbers-wise). So many are just that, fun and games.
    -
    A child? Forget it. Sorry, don’t know her, she’s pretty enough, and as you say more “responsible” but that’s just it. He needs someone to be able to be with him. This “separate” vacations is stupid nonsense, if it’s even true, which I doubt. Cheers!
    -
    What’s next? Speculation whether she shows at an after party at the Golden Globes with him? Now THAT would be “going public”?! Again, very doubtful, you’ll see that. He’s just not into relationships now. Try and get him to talk about love. Other than universal themes he’s as tight as a clam.
    ~K

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Question:
    Needless to say, that was what the debate was over. Forget how it goes but his wife is on board for the most part. The woman dies. He takes her about fulfilling her “bucket list”.

    Think it was to give her the one last kiss, because they were good together, she left for a career, if memory serves me it gets taken out further than expected. It isn’t like she’s going to be around for an affair. It wasn’t her true intention to have sex with him… that I could pick up on. But guess, much like Gerry IRL, once you rev the V8 engine it’s hard to turn off? Don’t think she dumps him… but there is some tension. It takes place in Scotland and he’s very natural in the part.
    ~K

  • Question

    @Manny:
    Thanks for sharing your impressions. I figured it’s like that but I don’t mind, I look for certain things beneath the fluff. This movie has a dilemma in it, which i have described above, and i like movies like this. I like to see how the characters handle their situation. From what i read about the plot he does the wrong thing in my opinion. He gives in to his emotions instead of doing the right thing. His character is a wimp with no backbone or conviction. He should have stood his ground when his ex, who rejected him a few times before, returned to destroy his marriage, and he let her. He shouldn’t have given her the satisfaction.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Hollywood Gossiper:
    Thanks, I stand corrected. That’s most interesting. Guess Jay was the original article. They’re always the hardest to reproduce. Fancy CGI stuff going into this? Cool. Like I said, there are wave studios that are helpful too.
    ~K
    who watched those videos CantGetEnough sent in and am floored by the craziness of surfing watching man and board separated very drastically was hard on the eyes… but when they get it right… it’s spectacular… who hopes Gerry learns to love ping-pong, darts, badminton as all are competitive sports that need focus too!

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    so did they have sex or didn’t they have sex? I thought they did, which is why i believe he betrays his wife.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Question:
    Sorry, she did not return to “destroy his marriage”. Shouldn’t have given her the satisfaction? Have you even seen this but the clip?? Judgmental much?
    -
    The woman is dying. She died. She comes home to die. She’s a list of things they never did together. For whatever reasons he marries the other woman, not her. I don’t recommend you see it. You’re off to a very negative per-judging the situation start to begin with without ever seeing it.
    ~K

  • cupcake

    Just out of curiosity are this abigail and gerry dating.cupcake.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Question:
    They did. Then she died. Happy now?
    ~K

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    Why are you getting upset? it’s only a movie.

  • Can’tGetEnough

    GB still in the UK:

    StyleMoguls
    Had an amazing day, lunch with Jack Lucas and then bumped into Gerard Butler in Covent Garden, ladies he is Delicious!!!
    1 hour ago

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    Not upset. It’s passion, sorry. Plus, I just am not a fan to downing something before I see it. Make sense?
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    I understand your POV, trust me, I do. But the movie unfolds far different than you’re setting it up too. You’ve preset notions that sour it. Not fair, in my opinion.
    ~K
    who thinks the lobster scene could have been left in as it was precious and so, so him…

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    If it were your husband, would you have been alright with it?
    Most women wouldn’t be.
    It’s a movie with a moral dilemma and i find it interesting. Maybe when i see the whole movie i will think differently. No need to get upset.

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    from your description it sounds erotic, which is also a plus. So I will definitely like to see it.
    BTW, I’m not judgmental with the movie or Gerry, just the characters, mostly his, because he’s a cheating husband.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Can’tGetEnough:
    So he’s still in London? Ah, him and those beige 5-star hotel rooms. He’s seen his fill I suspect. Looked it up, the place looks busy, stylish, tragically hip. So he’s going to head out at the last minute? Yeah, a real rush to get back to his “GF”, huh? ;o)
    ~K
    who must get back to work–and actually work!

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Question:
    That’s a scene that does not make it into the movie. Oh, and I write erotica by the way ;o).
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    Again, not upset.
    -
    Good question! But see it first. The wife is okay with it, them paling around. Yet there comes a time when she gets a sense it has escalated but does nothing. Why? She doesn’t act on her instinct. Why not? Not blaming her but she knows the woman is terminal… so maybe no threat? Men want their women happy. In this case he wants both happy, a dilemma indeed!
    ~K
    who hasn’t seen this movie since 2005 when all of his works were sent by a fan for me to see and discuss on gb.net, which I did :o) fairly through eyes of truth — he’s total eye candy in it — worth seeing just to see his sloppy gait in a tux

  • Manny

    @Question:
    .
    He cheated. The thing that made me really hate the movie is the main character. Totally selfish manipulative shrew who didn’t care whose life she turned upside down as long as her needs were met. “I’m dying please love me, need me, make me feel better” crap. I don’t look at it as a romantic love story but a study in messing with people’s minds to get what you want… BTW the acting wasn’t that good either. At the end she dies and Sam is left with exactly what he deserves…NOTHING.
    .
    I don’t know why I’m commenting. I just hated that movie.

  • Can’tGetEnough

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman: Spotted in Glasgow this morning so probably flying out of London now? Hope there are no delays and he makes it to the Leno show! Can’t wait to see him and Betty White!!

  • Hollywood Gossiper

    @Question: There is an old saying

    “If you love something, set it free; if it comes backs it’s yours, if it doesn’t, it never was.”

    I think a smart woman would realize the husband as well as the dying woman needed closure regarding their relationship so why deny it, your marriage will be better off IMO in the long run though no it would not be an easy situation to be in, but no point being jealous of a dying woman. If the husband really needed this closure and the wife objected and he didn’t get his closure, he may resent the wife. If she steps back he’ll love her even more when he is wholly back for her once he’s had that closure, if he doesn’t, the relationship was already in trouble. She was rebound girl. Of course if he comes back and appreciates what the wife has sacrificed and loves her even more, he then owes her big.

  • Manny

    @Question:
    .
    Oh God… mostly erotic… LMAO… it is not erotic at all. Not even when they do it at the end. If you want erotic don’t look to One More Kiss because you will be sorely disappointed IMO. Hell it isn’t even romantic IMO. But to each their own.
    .
    There is more chemistry between Butler and Bale in Reign of Fire than in all of One More Kiss. Do me a favor and rent it first. I would hate for you to spend money at it without seeing it.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    They also do it in the rafters or someplace that used to be their place? A cottage if memory serves me. Very romantic.
    -
    Think this, and a few long open-hearted conversations wells up his emotions knowing she’s going to die and they could have been running the restaurant together, brings back his deep feelings for her. Rekindles their love. Nothing can separate you from the one you love.
    -
    Fate brings her back but it’s too late! I remember an intense lovely scene with him driving near the seashore where they fly a kite? When in his regular clothes he looks much like Gerry now.
    -
    Oh, and yes, judging the characters… I got that.
    ~K

  • Manny
  • dmp

    This movie is such a great one for discussions . . . it stirs so much in so many. It is an excellent example of a moral dilemma . . . and it’s very easy to quickly form an opinion as an observer . . . but I honestly believe that no one can ever really know what they would do unless they were in the same situation. Of course on the surface it is wrong . . . but, as I said watching someone else go through something vs. experiencing it yourself are two completely different things.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    She was talking about my scene description. No the movie isn’t sexy at all. I mean it’s PG13. We don’t see anything. Just the hint of it. Very well done by the way.
    @Hollywood Gossiper:
    That’s it! Closure. It’s all about closure. And very well said HollwoodGossiper!! It’s confidence in their ties, the husband and wife. Forget how she finds out. I ‘see’ a scarf. He buys one for both. Think that’s when she does the math. Could have been a guilt gift? Its been years since I saw it.
    -
    Sam does love his wife. They’re like-minded and have a wonderful life together, her hostess; him the chef. The place is successful and he’s living his dream.
    -
    She doesn’t return to ruin this, but to say goodbye. She does. It’s sad but doesn’t really end that way, sad. Her dad has part in the story too.
    ~K

  • Question

    @Manny:
    So, it’s a moral dilemma as i have said.
    BTW, we all know women like her and we all know men like Gerry’s character. But I really need to see the movie before i speak more about it more.

    BTW, if the acting wasn’t that good, rememeber, he just started acting then so that is understandable and forgivable. Today, he is actually a very good actor. he puts a lot of feelings, emotions, and soul into his portrayal of characters. Sometimes, he even makes you feel and think what his character is feeling or thinking at that moment. i can’t really say there are a lot of these type of actors around. He does it without formal training, so he’s very talented.
    .
    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    “he’s total eye candy in it — worth seeing just to see his sloppy gait in a tux”
    .
    I agree that it’s worth seeing just to see his handsomeness. Wish he still looked that good or at least better than what i have seen of him lately. My God, just a year ago he looked so much younger than he has in the last few months. He still looks good, but he needs to go back to his old look. His picture with Abigail is really good. He looks somewhat like he used to look a few years back. Maybe it’s the lighting. It’s a dark picture and it gives him that smoldering look he used to have when he was younger. Anyway, I look forward to seeing him looking better real soon.

  • Taciturn

    So far Gerry is not on the list of presenters at GG. I like to see him up there presenting but really feel for him being snubbed for a nom. Hate some people commenting about him never being a winner but always a presenter etc.

  • dmp

    I love this quote and saying . . .

    #322: “If you love something, set it free; if it comes backs it’s yours, if it doesn’t, it never was.”

    #324: Nothing can separate you from the one you love.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    Also, any movie with Gerry in it with a woman he’s trained his eyes on, is erotic. He simply can’t help himself. Lucky be his women “friends” and playmates. But sex is not the way to his heart, life, or any kind of secure or long-lasting relationship with him. That comes only too easily. The heart is an organ too. Sad so many women still think sex equals love.
    ~K

  • Truth

    @Manny:

    It wasn’t just that the wife wasn’t supportive because initially she was. Then he started doing things like staying out late and buying them matching gifts which upset his wife.

    I agree with Manny the main character was selfish and annoying and she used him. His wife told her this was not okay to do to her, yet she did it any way. He neglected his wife and he treated his wife as if she was not important anymore.

    I did love the part where the wife told him she wanted a baby (trying to save their marriage) and he got pissed and started to undress right there in the business (restaurant) and then again in front of the customers. What an azz his character became.

    I like that his wife left him in the end just like he had left her the opera which she hates and he loves, while he goes off to make love to his selfish ex before she passes.

  • Question

    @Manny:
    ” it is not erotic at all. Not even when they do it at the end. If you want erotic don’t look to One More Kiss ”
    .
    Makes sense; how could it be with a dying woman?
    I must have misunderstood GFW.
    .
    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    “a few long open-hearted conversations wells up his emotions knowing she’s going to die and they could have been running the restaurant together, brings back his deep feelings for her. Rekindles their love. Nothing can separate you from the one you love.”
    .
    It’s hard to sympathies with someone who thinks he/she is entitled. And if nothing can separate you from your love, as some of you say, then they shouldn’t have separated from the start. I think she didn’t loved him enough so it’s not true love, while he was/is always in love with her. Many times it goes that way. One partner loves more than the other. One partner is willing to sacrifice the other to fulfill their desires, while the other would walk on water for his love.

  • Manny

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    .
    Did you even see the same movie I did??? He calluously discards his wife for poor sick Sara. It is not a movie about letting one go to see if you really belong together or closure. It was Homewrecking 101with a mind f*cking undercurrent IMO.
    .
    @Question
    .
    Good luck if you watch it. When I saw it I knew nothing about it. Now you probably know too much about it. :)

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Question:
    I’m into Gerry for more than his looks. Was drawn in by his talent, stay for it. His jet-setting high-stress always-active, plus the emotional roller-coaster called his life is showing up. No problem for me. I feel his face is a story. I read his face in my first story. Took weeks. How it tells everything about him. His character, its promise, disappointments, regrets, etc. Fun times those.
    -
    It’s a billboard for how he feels, good or bad; happy or sad; glad or mad. I used to say he wears his heart on his unbuttoned cuffs. And on his skin like a thin coat of crystal. He does. That’s why he’s very protective of it. More so now as time marches on.
    -
    He’s a lot of emotional depth to draw from for his films, and this just keeps escalating forward… like his career.
    -
    Teasing him about presenting as a failure is cruel and unjustified. It’s an honor to present. It’ll all pan out in its own time.
    ~K

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Question:
    No, you didn’t misunderstand me as I was describing a sex scene with his wife in the deleted scenes that was hot and erotic with her turning him on while polishing a knife.
    -
    “One partner loves more than the other.” Always.
    -
    Listen, I feel ya. Just see it.
    -
    Yes, we saw the same movie but from different heart experiences. I didn’t see Sara as a woman hell-bent on breaking up a marriage with intent or having a motive using sex as her weapon; you apparently did. I disagree. “Poor sick Sara” died. She came home to die.
    ~K

  • Manny

    @Taciturn:
    .
    The world is a cruel place and unfortunately Gerry didn’t get considered. He also doesn’t have a project coming out that needs promoting since Coriolanus is not going to wide release so there is even less need to have him present from the Golden Globes standpoint… but whatcha gonna do…

  • Question

    @Truth:
    “I like that his wife left him in the end just like he had left her the opera which she hates and he loves, while he goes off to make love to his selfish ex before she passes.”
    .
    Even though i haven’t seen it yet, this makes me feel good. i really can’t picture them living happily ever after. That would upset me because it wouldn’t be very realistic. i hardly know any woman who would be accepting of such behavior, and if the tables were turned, what man would agree or stay after his wife did this to him? And i also love that his wife didn’t try to stop him from doing what he wanted to do. this is how she found out the truth about his feelings for her.

    Never stifle anyone from doing what they want. If it’s meant to be, nothing will stand in the way.

    His wife left him because she realized he never really loved her in the first place. He only married her because he couldn’t have his first choice. Why should anyone be second best to a partner?

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    Just know I’m not suggesting his following through was right. His moral compass went haywire. Does her dying make it right, or justify it? Or did it for him? It’s an interesting cross-roads. Just watch it!
    ~K

  • Clamsie

    Once again, GFW has taken over this site with her insane ravings. She doesn’t know him and never did. The only one who knows him is his secret love. Gerry’s tired of skulking inside his closet. No wonder he’s down in the dumps.

  • Manny

    @Question:
    .
    *giggling* In reality the wife would have sued him for divorce and won the restaurant for herself. Bravo to the wife. :)

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    She’d a career. She went to make it happen because it couldn’t there. She becomes successful, if memory serves me well. Happens all the time people going their separate ways at that age in need of making something of themselves. Ask Gerry! It takes more than love.
    ~K

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    “any movie with Gerry in it with a woman he’s trained his eyes on, is erotic”. .
    I agree. he’s also so good looking in it you can’t keep your eyes off him. i saw a clip.
    .
    “But sex is not the way to his heart, life, or any kind of secure or long-lasting relationship with him. That comes only too easily. The heart is an organ too. Sad so many women still think sex equals love.”
    .
    I agree with this too.
    .
    “Lucky be his women “friends” and playmates.”
    .
    I don’t agree with this. if i was with him I would want a commitment. Not interested in just being FWB. I would walk away, or let him walk away from me, before i sleep with him without a commitment.
    .
    @Manny:
    I know about this review; i posted it before but thanks anyway. I’ll let you all know what i finally think about it once i see it.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Clamsie:
    Oh, he’s a “secret love” now does he? Yes, you’re right… he does. Shhh, tell no one.
    ~K

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Question:
    ““Lucky be his women “friends” and playmates.”
    .
    I don’t agree with this. if i was with him I would want a commitment. Not interested in just being FWB. I would walk away, or let him walk away from me, before i sleep with him without a commitment.”
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    Meant for the fun of dating! He has to be a blast, moods and all. What I meant is right now he’s if fun mode. Nothing serious, my opinion only btw.
    -
    No, I’m with you… me neither. Commitment before sleeping with him? Hummm. Interesting concept. How’s that working for you? I’m all for waiting a good length of time for to get to know each other well. This is what my stories are about, the ones I write.
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    That men will wait for sex, can wait. Giving it to them does not mean you’re in a ‘relationship’ with them either. Might not like it (the waiting), but can and will if a woman is worthy (or better yet they feel she is). They never let a woman of potential walk away either. You haven’t been reading me long. No problem. Cheers! Gotta go. Spammed the site much longer than I should have… boring everyone to death! Maybe some good fights will take place to entertain you guys now?
    ~K

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    “I’m into Gerry for more than his looks.”
    .
    I agree. I think a lot of us are.
    .
    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    “No, you didn’t misunderstand me as I was describing a sex scene with his wife in the deleted scenes that was hot and erotic with her turning him on while polishing a knife.”
    .
    LOL! Where did you see that scene if it was deleted from the movie?
    .
    @Manny:
    “*giggling* In reality the wife would have sued him for divorce and won the restaurant for herself. Bravo to the wife. :)”
    .
    LOL! not 15 years ago. Times are a changing, though. Just like 50 years ago, she wouldn’t have walked out at all. She would have accepted her husband’s “right” to be with other women.

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    “I’m all for waiting a good length of time for to get to know each other well. This is what my stories are about, the ones I write.”
    .
    Me too.
    Now if he was ready to settle down and he met someone who guided him and taught him to wait, assuming they’re each other’s types, or truly attracted to each other, I think he would give her a serious chance and they might end up together. He really needs to focus on the romance not the sex, and they really need to get to know each other and focus on each other emotionally and mentally without sex being introduced too early into their interaction, coloring or influencing everything.
    He’s a tough cookie and this is seriously what he needs eventually.

  • Question

    @GerrysFascinatingWoman:
    “That men will wait for sex, can wait. Giving it to them does not mean you’re in a ‘relationship’ with them either. Might not like it (the waiting), but can and will if a woman is worthy (or better yet they feel she is). They never let a woman of potential walk away either. ”
    .
    I agree here too. Men really do wait for a woman they perceive as being worthy. If a man refuses to wait, it mean he isn’t thinking you’re worth waiting for. Better let him walk in that case.

  • http://www.chansondelange.com SwansongPaisley

    @dmp:

    I agree. Although I did not love the movie One More Kiss, I enjoyed watching and discussing it. I appreciate films that give us less idealized characters than the typical Hollywood formula. The leading lady is not the typical, pretty Hollywood ingenue, but that’s what I found fascinating about her. I thought it was a bold approach to build a story around 3 very flawed people who are each, in their own way, unlikable. There are no real heroes or heroines here….just folks who make bad choices and destroy lives in the same way real people do every day. My biggest gripe with OMK is with the editing. Too much jumping around; interjecting beautiful nature scenes that feel like a travel log. What was that all about?

    Swannie

  • PsychoB

    @Can’tGetEnough: I have to say I have never been moved to tears by something linked here before. But the beginning of that piece had the tears flowing. It hit a little too close to home.

    @dargabriel: I worry about you. Please see a therapist. Gerry had nothing to do with you not having your kids. Even on a spiritual level it would be your own soul or your subconscious that was the reason you are not with your children. You are getting scarier and scarier woman. I think on a whole different level even than Framo

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