CHRISTOPHER GUEST - (born February 5, 1948) - usually just known as Christopher Guest, is a British-American screenwriter, composer, musician, director, actor, and comedian who holds dual British and American citizenship. So there we are, Garry and I, watching "A Few Good Men" and Garry looks at me and asks, "Is that Christopher Guest?" And I didn't … Continue reading CHRISTOPHER HADEN-GUEST, 5TH BARON HADEN-GUEST – Marilyn Armstrong
RDP THURSDAY – SLIPPERY Life is a slippery slope, or at least it is for me. The last time I tried to climb a slope, it was so slippery, my shoes stayed in the mud and my butt stayed on the grass. Very slippery. And sloping. Clearly, I should not try climbing slippery slopes, but it … Continue reading A SLIPPERY SLOPE – Marilyn Armstrong
Weekly Word Prompt: ATM Germs We are doomed. Yesterday -- or was it the day before? -- we got our super flu shots. These are hyped up uber-potent shots they give to us older folks because we are more likely to get sick than younger people. Also, we are more likely to die from the flu … Continue reading DOOMED – Marilyn Armstrong
I love creating decorative vignettes with my glass pieces. I already posted a blog with photos of some of my favorite glass groupings in my house. Here is the second installment of glass vignettes.
Sweet Sue - I made the hat myself American Character was never as popular a name as Tony or Madame Alexander ... or for that matter, Barbie or even Ginny. But American Character dolls had the sweetest faces for dolls of that period. Their best-selling doll was "Sweet Sue" of which this is an original. … Continue reading SWEET SUE – AN AMERICAN CHARACTER DOLL IN FINEST PINK – Marilyn Armstrong