General hospital kimberly mccullough dating
When a series of devastating wildfires driven by the Santa Ana winds raged through Southern California, GENERAL HOSPITAL star Kimberly Mc Cullough (Robin) was forced to evacuate with her partner and son Otis.
But now they have finally been able to return home at long last. We are home,” the actress tweeted with a lovely photo of herself and her baby boy relaxing on a blanket looking out at the countryside finally at peace. Feeling the heat from the hip while driving on the 33 was terrifying.
And I have to say, I’ve never been sick of that face. I’ve had the privilege of seeing what’s behind that handsome face.
I had my friends at school and when I went to work, I was surrounded by adults who loved and supported me. To this day, he still teases me about my fake yawn. Anyway, I notice myself doing it sometimes and have to laugh because he’s so right. But in the case of bantering, I’m not sure which came first, Robin and Patrick or Kimberly and Jason. He’s never told me my breath smells even though I know it has And those are just some of the things I miss.
I love how Jason always comments on my hair in the morning or if he doesn’t say anything because he doesn’t like my shoes or whatever.
He’s fashion oriented, so he can’t really help himself.
“And we are grateful.” Mc Cullough’s GH mom, Finola Hughes (Anna) was also displaced by the wildfires and was equally grateful to be home to start the clean up. Good thing we did, because the 33 is now closed.” Fires were burning in Bel-Air, Ventura County, Sylmar, Santa Clarita, and San Bernadino. Saw several trailers with horses leaving the area, thinking of all the beautiful animals in the area and our magical little town in flames.” Mc Cullough and her partner made the move out of Los Angeles to a beautiful home in Ojai Valley in 2016 just weeks before learning that she was pregnant with their son.
Back in December, as the fires raged, Mc Cullough took to social media to let fans know that she and her family were okay. And there were some absolutely terrifying videos being shared on social media of cars driving slowly down the freeways as the surroundings are engulfed in flames. “It’s really scary and our area is being evacuated,” Mc Cullough reported. “I’ve been drawn to this place for the last 15 years,” she admitted in a blog post at the end of 2016, “but it wasn’t until now that I was ready to make my move and call it home.
He has a sense of humor that can usually dig him out of most holes.