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"JuNk DrAwer FriDAy!" No.10

BE PREPARED TO BE AMAZED, TO GAWK IN WONDER, TO SCRATCH YOUR HEAD IN CONFUSION, OVER WHAT YOU WILL FIND HERE…..:))

Let the Randomness Begin:

On My Shoulder:
Every one’s excited.  Eddie Bill, Eddie Pierre and of course, Phyllis.  For once, I am in total agreement with all of them.
It’s not everyday THE bluebird of happiness drops by for a visit;))
 
Momma and Mia:
A couple of years ago I had the occasion to meet a gal named Mia Fontaine.  I loved her immediately.  
Close to the age of my own daughter, she was  full of life with a ready smile and who knew—had co-authored a book that was on the New York Times best seller list!  
Well, Mia and her  co-author have just released their newest book.  

It came out during my birthday month and it was one of my indulgences:))!

Me and an Awesome Book at  Awesome Book Store, Joseph Beth Booksellers!


Mia’s co-author??  Her mother Claire Fontaine:))  A story of travel to exotic places, food, and living in France— all between a mother and daughter.  The things dreams are made of!

If video doesn’t appear, click here:))I loved the book!! Just added it to my Amazon store– you can click here to check it out:)
Just Doin’ the Math:
At 82 million, Vincent’s painting settles out to roughly $156,000 per square inch, give or take a thousand or two.
At roughly $600 for a 12 x 12, my paintings settle out to  $4 per square inch, give or take a penny or two.

Even Dr. Gatchet doesn’t know what to think;))


Believe it or not, Van Gogh’s painting is not the top one—there were three ahead of it!
To see the top ten most expensive paintings of all time, just click here:))

RX for Fun:
Take one old school theater.

The Kentucky Theater in Lexington….where else, KY!

Chocolate and Antioxidants.

Confessions…..there was actually more chocolate stars to nuts ratio…before I picked through it….hence the current healthy looking nut to chocolate ratio pictured above;0)

(Okay, that’s how this stuff was labeled at Fresh Market grocery.  I am such a sucker.  It could as well been called Chocolate and Battery Acid.  Chocolate and Motor Oil. They had me at Chocolate.)

And one true story filmed in French with English subtitles.  I love summer:)!

If movie doesn’t appear, click here:))

Roots:
Eddie Pierre may be half Parisian and half Kentuckian, but his mother Heather, is clearly…..

A True Nashville Cat;))

So there you have it.  Reading at the movies, the write mother and daughter combo,  and a bluebird in hand is worth 3 in the bush–especially if it was painted by Vincent.

Remember. Life is like a guitar case.  You never know what you’re gonna get inside;)

P.S.  Last chance to study with me in 2012:)) Nov. 2-4, 2012 in Lexington, KY.  This workshop has just been added.   Click here for details.

P.S.S.  If you feel like you need to add your voice to the random insanity of this post, please click here. Otherwise, just look away.

Or you could just share it with someone who has really been annoying you this week;)) Either one works for me.

  • June - August 11, 2012 - 12:52 pm

    I’m definitely going to check out that book, Dreama. Sounds even better than ‘Eat Pray Love,’ which I adored. The Lexington Theatre looks grand and elegant, just as young Eddie Pierre – the Nashville Cat (I love that!) – is so comfortable in his ‘repurposed’ napping place. Great stuff in the drawer this Friday, Dreama. Thanks for sharing, as always.ReplyCancel

  • Wendy - August 10, 2012 - 12:19 pm

    Thanks for yet another wonderful “Junk Drawer Friday.” You always make me giggle, and I appreciate your wonderful sense of humor.

    Have a great day!!:)ReplyCancel

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