Friday, April 01, 2011



Rick's testimony in Hudson's custody case seemed only to aggravate Mel, who reminded that no matter how great Rick and Mindy were as parents, GQ never signed away his rights. Case closed.

During a break in proceedings, Mindy finally got in touch with Peter Reardon about how he felt when Bridget and Vanessa decided to share custody of him.

His answer most certainly didn't put Mindy's mind at ease.

Neither did the sight of Reva - newly back from Europe and sitting in the Bauer kitchen, wanting to know who Mindy thought she was, spreading details about Reva's personal business, namely the situation with Josh and Jeffrey, all over the Internet?

What should Mindy do now? Tweet her your advice at: and Help Guide the Light!

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1 comment:

Soapluvva said...

Greetings from Soapluvva in NYC!

I invite the readers of, and contributors to, this blog to check out my YouTube tribute channel to Charles Paul and Eddie Layton.

Charlie was a musical director and organist for a number of soap operas including "The Guiding Light," "As the World Turns," "Love of Life," and "The Secret Storm."

Eddie was a musical director and organist for a number of soaps including "Where the Heart Is" and "Love is a Many Splendored Thing." After Charlie left "Love of Life" and "The Secret Storm," Eddie took over their music for a while. Eddie also played live organ music for the home games of a number of sports teams including the New York Yankees.

On my YouTube channel, I play organ or organ/synthesizer renditions of various soap opera theme songs associated with either Charlie or Eddie.

Currently, I am executive producing music videos. One such is the "official" music video, "Glass Of Whine," for Just Visiting, a NYC alternative rock band. The next one will be Just Visiting's "Life In A Shoebox."