It's Oscar night. Oh, am I allowed to say "Oscar"? They're very pissy about who uses their trademarks. Well, I tune in at the end of the red carpet part and am instantly sickened by Kristen Chenoweth, because that's what she does, and then see Renee Zellweger, whom I love but who looks like she forgot to do anything but put on a fancy gown. Well, the show itself is about to start and I'm ready to turn it off. So on to other things.
Life continues in its unexplainable blur of things and people, of plans that change at the last minute, people who cancel or people who show up unexpectedly. It's a juggling act, as my husband used to say. I took a few minutes yesterday to remember him on the 18th anniversary of his death. Hard to believe it's been that long.
Ah, here's comic relief, they roll in Shatner to tell MacFarlane that the show sucks and he's ruining it. How did I ever love Hollywood? Oh, right, I was a teenager. But hey, Daniel Radcliffe does the song and dance guy very well, like an old time actor! That's the highlight for me so far. Considering the fact that I haven't seen any of the movies involved and only know about half of the celebrities being touted, it's wallpaper, as Stevil says.
So let's get to business and then I can go catch up with what looks like numerous recipes that Lawless at http://mybabyjohn.blogspot.com/ has posted for me to use for the Heat Fund and see what everyone's been up to in my blogger family.
I'm loving The Weekly Wipe
A way the economy would improve if anyone elected had a spine
We lost Kevin Ayers
and Tony Sheridan
A photographer captured the faces of the world's leaders as they heard about climate change
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Today's Mind Memes
Our local website has changed up
Okay, I'm off but will be back soon!
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