1. I was excited to watch the Golden Globes show on TV Sunday night, but I kept calling it the Boston Globes.
2. My friends are finally getting the hang of what I do and some even pose for me when we’re out and about and they know I’m going to blog about it. See HERE.
3. Is hapless the opposite of happy?
4. What about mayhap, mishap, haphazard and perhaps?
5. One of my favorite Golden Globes lines of the night was when co-host Amy Poehler (whose claim to fame that night was a staged make-out session with Bono) welcomed the crowd and then said, “Ladies, kick off your shoes. Gentlemen, try them on and see how horrible they are.”
6. And I loved the way Amy and Tina Fey kept calling Tom Hanks Tim Hunks.
7. The photograph above is from the Yoko Ono Imagine Peace show that I saw Saturday at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke. The installation, called LIGHT HOUSE, involved prisms reflecting sparkling light on the walls of darkened room.
8. “If they are hungry, mothers, feed them, without thinking twice. Because they are the most important people here,” said Pope Francis while recently baptizing 32 babies in the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican. He has said in an interview that mothers should not feel uncomfortable breastfeeding during his ceremonies. But of course, when this was reported on the nightly news, they showed a baby being fed with a bottle.
9. THESE kaleidoscope floors really floor me. (Don’t forget to scroll down.)
10. I think they would go great with THESE ceilings.
11. Accepting a lifetime achievement award for Woody Allen, Diane Keaton pointed out that 179 of the world’s most captivating actresses have appeared in Woody’s films, which made me think that Allen has his own kind of “Bond Girls.”
12. I do not fear death, as I see it as being akin to a dewdrop falling back into the sea. Unlike most people, I have identified with the sea rather than the dewdrop for most of my life. – Robert Johnson
13. “Rather than live in the hearts and minds of my fellow man, I would rather live on in my apartment.” – Woody Allen