Ellen discussed her weekend activities with her audience, and her big plans for next weekend!

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156 days ago

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Libby Nivens
156 days ago

I believe the question was "How was my weekend"? It was great as I am a Red Hat lady and have a group of ladies who Chapter with the Red Hat Society is called "The Angelic Dudettes". We had lunch, talked, spoke with others, smiled and was kind to everyone we came in contact with. We celebrated my birthday and another lady's as out birthday was in January. For our birthday treat, we got Apple dumplings. We took pictures as this is our day to have fun and just have a good time. We also went to a movie and it just made me feel so good but sad and lonely. I guess it was just me having a pity party for myself but, my friends brought me right out of that bad mood and cheer me up. They know exactly how to cheer you up. As the Queen of the Chapter, I took the ladies fudge and chewies which was like brownies with a card for each one of them to let them know how special each one of them are and how I value their friendship so much as that is what true friends are for. One of my Red Hat ladies actually gave a stranger one of her rings she was wearing and this made the lady's day. We are all about making somebody else's day and forgetting any negative things we might be experiencing ourselves and being TRUE FRIENDS to EVERYONE! Kindness and a smile doesn't cost a thing but brings joy to not only you but the one you are being kind to!!! REMEMBER SOMEONE IS ALWAYS HURTING SO BE KIND TO ALL!

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156 days ago

Gook wisthes for the Oscar!
You are the best

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156 days ago

i just wonder when I will received the letter comfirmation for the tickets show on March 12,2014
thanks so much.
and thank you team Ellen
martha D.

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Aleta M. Foulds
157 days ago

Ellenr, congrats on hosting the Academy's. I can hardly wait to watch. I have attached an article about a great lady who I know you will like.

We've all heard of apartment houses that don't allow pets. But one landlord in North Hollywood won't let you rent from her unless you have a pet.

You read correctly. No pet. No lease.

Judy Guth has owned her 12-unit apartment house for some 40 years, CBS Los Angeles reports. And it's been the same since the beginning. You don't even have to pay a security deposit.

Instead, you get brand new carpeting, reports the LA Daily News.

Sounds like a pretty good deal to us.

In the event of an untimely pet passing, Guth has even been known to accompany a tenant to the shelter to select a new four-legged companion, says the Daily News.

A sign out front modestly says, "'A Nice Place to Live' with Pets."

Contacted by several members of the media, the Los Angeles City Attorney's office says there's no law against mandating pets.

Guth, 84, told CBS she's willing to sell the property -- but only if they continue the tradition of keeping it pets-only.

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