After my divorce, I took a job as a receptionist for an engineering firm. Derwood and I had great benefits because of that job. I was way over-qualified but the four years of that job served its purpose. While at that job I made it very clear that I wanted no part and no recognition … Continue reading Administrative Professionals and Hollywood Women…Discuss
I'm a bit late in the week for my annual Oscar post but this one took more effort than what I have done in the past. That's not true, I don't know if I've done an Oscar post before and I am too lazy to go look.First, I have created a scientific diagram showing all … Continue reading Oh, I Got Yer Oscar Right Here!
"The test of a people is what they can do when they are tired." -- Winston Churchill I realize Churchill was most likely discussing the British people when he said that; a people worn down by years of war waiting for the U.S. to join the team. Perhaps he was referring to Londoners soldiering on … Continue reading I Know What Courage Looks Like
For the second year in a row, my sister Molly organized a festive night out to attend the Oregon Symphony's Gospel Christmas concert which is a fabulous arm waving, hand clapping night of Hallelujahs, fun for believer and non-believer alike! This year my friend Danni came with me. We drove downtown to meet the rest … Continue reading The Gospel Christmas Concert Yule Log
Happy Birthday to Annie! Not yet but at 10 p.m. she will officially be 16 years old! How did this little girl become this young woman? Annie is going to be famous someday. You'll know her when you see her. Lots of famous people were born on July 9, so it follows that Annie will … Continue reading Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen
Preface: Thank you Lily in Canada for the idea. (This is about the Oscars, I have to thank someone.) The 2013 Academy Award presentation was held February 24. I didn't see it because I was busy at the beach. Seth MacFarlane, creator of The Family Guy, hosted this year's Oscars. And he sang this song: … Continue reading An Open Letter to Jamie Lee Curtis or In Defense of Seth MacFarlane