My mother is the best.
My mother does just about everything right. She has unparalleled
listening skills, she's great with people and she has a heart of gold. As part of
her job in the child care industry, my mom makes dealing with kids appear easy. Even
trickier, she handles their parents with style and grace. At home, she easily pulls
off even the most complex holiday dinners. The list goes on. I would not be
surprised if my mother can actually leap tall buildings in a single bound, but that she is
simply too humble to have mentioned it.
For all of her accomplishments, one of the things that my mom does best is watch
movies on Lifetime TV, the cable network for women. Lifetime's movies focus mainly
on diseases, child abduction and spousal abuse. Also, they throw in some sweeping
romantic dramas for good measure.
Originally, jobs in Lifetime movies were reserved for the likes of big stars such as
Victoria Principal, Valerie Bertinelli and Richard Chamberlain, who is the "King of
the TV Mini-Series." But nowthanks to the power of the InternetI,
too, can "star" in them, and make my mom proud this Mother's Day season.
For the "thrill of a Lifetime," simply roll your mouse pointer over the links to
the right while keeping an eye on the picture of me.
Happy Mother's Day, mom. Love, Jeff.
John Travolta, star of the original "Boy In The Plastic Bubble," demanding $20
million to appear in their remake, Lifetime execs resort to "Plan B."
original "Thorn Birds" promotional photo, before a jealous Richard Chamberlain
demanded a "do over."
Richard Chamberlain must choose between his ambition and his love for a woman, his co-star
struggles with an obsession of her own.
is buzzing about who will play romance novel cover-boy Fabio in his upcoming Lifetime