+++++a harmony of prayer & play composed for a rapt audience of [chirp]+++++
"Times Square"by Ylli. (link)
Happy New Year to you and yours, Rhapsody!I enjoy your blog, and I'm looking foward to it in the coming year.
Hi Ronnie!Thank you so much for stopping by! I do enjoy yours, also:)The Happiest New Year to you, too!
About the aggravation we're all having at trying to get our comments to post: For whatever quirky reason, if I try to publish a comment directly, it doesn't usually show up. But if I preview my comment and then preview it A SECOND TIME before I try to publish it, it'll show up most of the time. It's still not 100%, but my frustration level has decreased since I started previewing my comments. For those I still can't get to post, oh well. I'll have to offer 'em up.
HAPPY NEW YEARS!Terry and the cats, Agnes and Xena-Celine!Okay, from what screwball movie is this line from:"I carried Cala Lilies on my my wedding day and I'll carry them again today." or something like that.Who said it?What movie?
Katharine Hepburn in Stage Door!!!!!I LOVE that movie!!!
Thanks Ronnie - excuse me for being so rude...The comment box wouldn't even let me comment! Maybe it's my quirky computer...
Right on one count - but I'm pretty sure it was "Philadelphia Story" - I could be wrong though. For sure it was Kate Hepburn - my favorite actress among many.
Uh-oh!Well, I'm pretty sure it was Stage Door - I think Eve Arden & Lucille Ball were in it too... & Ginger Rogers.Did you ever see 'The Major & the Minor' with Ray Milland & Ginger Rogers? or 'Mr. Peabody & the Mermaid' with William Powell & Ann Blyth?
Calla lilies first became popular in the U.S. (for weddings) when Katherine Hepburn recited the famous line, "The Calla lilies are in bloom again. Such a strange flower - suitable to any occasion. I carried them on my wedding day, and now I place them here in memory of something that has died." in the film Stage Door.You are correct! I even got the quote wrong. I'll never question you again!I'm turning in!Happy New Year! :)
I think I'm having a deja vu here... or maybe I'm drunk? But happy New Year again! LOL!
Happy New Year!May the New Year grant you the eye of a blacksmith on a nail the good humor of a girl at a dance the strong hand of a priest on his parish.
Yep Terry - it's deja vu all over again! :) I reposted the print from last year & changed the text, but left the comments - I didn't realize they were there!Thanks for the NY blessings Nick - they're much appreciated!& lotsa NY's hugs to you both!
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