Of course, I am romanticizing things. Fame does not take away problems. It may remove some, but there are other problems just waiting to take their place.
ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews is famous, but she has experienced the dark side of fame in recent weeks after it was discovered that a wacko videotaped her while she was relaxing alone in a hotel room.
In the coming weeks, she will return to her job covering college sports. She is a good reporter, but some of her fame was attained because she is quite attractive. College men have always taken a liking to her, and I'm guessing the scrutiny they place on her will go through the roof when she visits campuses this fall covering football.
I'm sure she likes her job, but I'm not sure anybody should have to go through what she is about to go through.
Fame isn't all it is built up to be.
I'll take my quiet life in my small town and be content with that.
Who needs all that other crap?