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darlings oh we do love writing a weekly column. and sometimes it’s adorable to re-read and realize that one Can get Rather poetic over a cup of strongly aromatic Beirut coffee. *smiles* indulge us. do. of course we haven’t actually … Continue reading
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darlings a good day – and all-clear on the immigration-medical-front – so That’s Done – and delivered to the Attorneys (in a sealed envelope – not sure why – we weren’t at all tempted to add notations, notions and corrections). … Continue reading
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darlings there’s a Haiku moment over at subliminal coffee today and we decided to join in (a rare occurrence, for us, but we Do Try from time to time to be more of a “team-player”). here’s ours (the theme is … Continue reading
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darlings We were Mortified at the department of motor vehicles today. You failed the written test, please try again Eek! We got so confused by having a Picture taken (as you’ve probably noticed, we are Terribly photo shy) and the … Continue reading
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darlings – – - do you recall that we are re-enacting the 1972 book “Twice Over Lightly” written by the glorious Anita Loos and the fabulous Helen Hayes before we say goodbye (as a Resident) to NYC? if you’ve just tuned … Continue reading
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we woke up at 2AM. hasn’t happened for a while. not since we stopped travel(l)ing for La Vie JetSet. perhaps there was something about not wanting to be as devil-may-care about the move (back to Los Angeles if you’ve just … Continue reading
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Darlings Do you recall our fun project about re-enacting Twice Over Lightly, the 1972 book from Anita Loos and Helen Hayes, that we started before the storm hit? We have not forgotten it. To jog your memory banks, we set … Continue reading
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in 1972, Anita Loos and Helen Hayes (then both in somewhat Advanced ages of life but having had a Most glorious set of Lives between them – Broadway, Hollywood and the odd “cure” in a Swiss Clinic to boot – … Continue reading
we are a Tiny Bit disappointed with this evening’s entertainment……………..it turns out that the Gentlemen Prefer Blondes night opposite the Ziegfeld was more of a “concert performance” (no glorious sets flown in and some actors still “on book” carrying the … Continue reading
so we see the surgeon again tomorrow. and – if all goes well, he’ll remove the white gauze and steri-strips (as we believe they’re called) and the wound will be revealed. we’re terrified. our throat is still agony (and voice-less) … Continue reading
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