We've all found bits of cash lying around on the street or left on places like a seat on the bus, and I'm just wondering what you usually do when you find some. You can't return the cash to its owner, because there's no ID anywhere in sight (it's not like losing a wallet), so there are pretty much two options — take it or leave it. I'm asking, what would you do if you found money on the street?
Every child loses a toy now and then — a shovel in the sandbox or a jump rope on the jungle gym, but sometimes searching the playground and turning the house upside down doesn't unearth the object. For one little girl, misplacing her beloved and pricey baby doll meant taking action! She and her parents printed and posted missing person flyers all around the park where the plastic babe was last seen.
A $20 reward was even offered for the safe return of the Bitty Baby Apple. At $45 per doll plus the cost of clothing, the tot's mom and pop probably figured this method of recovery was worth a try. To what length have you gone to find your kid's toy?
Katherine Heigl is apparently not content to rest on her laurels after taking home the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama last Sunday. Today we have news that Heigl has optioned the rights to make the novel Lost and Found into a movie. Variety has more:
Jacqueline Sheehan's novel, published by HarperCollins imprint Avon A, focuses on a widowed psychologist who moves to a remote Maine island and works in an animal hospital after her husband dies.
Heigl is said to have contacted the author's agent after reading the book. It's not yet known if she may star in the pic.
Heigl is producing the movie with the company that she heads up with her mother Nancy Heigl. Yes, this is the same mother that Katherine joked didn't think she'd win the Emmy, and then backpedaled and assured us her mother was very supportive while the camera caught Nancy Heigl looking overwhelmed. Well, they're producing another movie together, so all's well that ends well, I guess!