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A touch of class

As before, I love finding pictures to post for the themes in classic_daily. I also love x-posting them here:

I was browsing through my vast collection of wallpapers just now, and it struck me that a great number of them would fit the formal wear theme quite nicely. What else could I do but stop by and post a handful for all of you lovely chaps?

Steppin' out with my baby Can't go wrong 'cause I'm in right It's for sure, not for maybe That I'm all dressed up tonightCollapse )
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    I Won't Dance- Fred Astaire
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Hence the screen name........

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    My space heater
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The Eyes have it!

I made this post over in classic_daily a little while ago. Their picture theme for the week is 'Eyes'. I'm posting it here because I enjoyed spending some time pulling it all together. It makes me smile, at least............

--- So many of my favorite stars with beautiful eyes have already been posted. (Peter Lorre, Humphrey Bogart, Jimmy Stewart, Paul Newman, and numerous others.....) However, there still remain a great deal that come to mind for me. So, I decided to get picture happy!

So many silent stars had wonderfully expressive eyes....As well as some not-so-silent stars. (Not particularly dial-up friendly!)Collapse )

I may have been a bit overboard with the pictures here, but I think Cary Grant has the most magnetic, come-hither gaze.......Collapse )
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    The Monty Python's Flying Circus theme song.
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I have a headache

I'm worried this might turn into a migraine. But thankfully, we don't have a show tomorrow. So I don't have to get out of bed tomorrow if it does.

Well, today was a good day. I love lounging around all day after a show. And tonight's audience was 100% better than the last one.

Other then being worried and a bit annoyed about a certain person's whereabouts, and other than the headache, the gathering at Shari's was rather enjoyable.

And the night ended on a very pleasant note.

Now I must wait for the pain reliever to kick in and for my thoughts to quieten before I am able to slip into the respite of a long slumber.
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    The sound of my space heater

Things Michi learned yesterday..........

1)Sara is bad at slicing cheese and has the scar to prove it.

2)ALL the technical details of the rain scene in SITR.

3)Michi has never heard of many well-known things. Such as:
What you talkin' 'bout Willis?
Jones-in' for (fill in the blank)
Saying 'bread and butter' when you have to separate to walk around something. (No, not random leather, it's bread and butter.)
The Hollywood sign used to say Hollywoodland.
The knock-knock joke about the Ether Bunny.

4)Good things happen when you wear a skirt.

5)Crepes are gooooooooooooood.

6)Seattle is full of strange people. Like people with tennis balls, bent headphones, and concussions. Also lots and lots of people wearing name tags.

7)The actual name of the store is Brooks Brothers not Brooks Brothels.

8)If you leave abruptly five minutes into act two without an explination.......... And you then don't reappear for the remainder of the show...... Sara will freak and start imagining you passed out on a bathroom floor somewhere.

9)It's great fun riding in the car with David while he's trying to figure out how to get home.

10)The location of the American Artificial Limb Company.
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    The Andy Griffith Show Theme (Yep, I love this show)

Just for Michi.....

Robin and Michi are not around,

Robin and Michi are nowhere to be found.

I saw them today,

Now they've gone away.

Oh how I miss Robin and Michi.
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    The theme to The Andy Griffith Show