Saturday Favorites

It's Saturday, and I'm going to keep it light with some of my favorite things which you can peruse at your own will.

Real quick. I want to say Thank You to Jennifer Daiker for the Superior Scribbler Award! Thank you, you are the best!

Monday I will be unplugging, which will be good as I really have to finish this book. I don't want to be like Colin from The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner and stop before the finish line. I want to finish and win.

I also need to practice guitar, learn some new songs, and maybe get some new ones recorded.

I also need to get out!

But before that happens . . . here are some Youtube faves for my great blogger friends.

I laughed so hard at this video. Gotta be the worst weatherman in the world. Poor guy.

Mama Cass.

Some wonderful person scanned in almost 40 years of LIFE magazine. Talk about cool!

Deep thoughts . . . by Jack Handey. Need I say more?
My favorite: When you die, if you go somewhere where they ask you a bunch of questions about your life and what you learned and all, I think a good way to get out of it is just to say, "No speaka English."

The Party, with the wonderful Peter Sellers. "Birdie num num . . ." I seriously love this movie and could watch it a thousand times.

Have a beautiful day. Peace, love and chocolate.



  1. That's what I'd be like as weatherman - poor guy, like you say.

  2. Oh man, it was uncomfortable to watch. Why didn't someone save him from the misery?

  3. I think it's illegal to shoot people on air.

  4. Whoa. That was painful! Poor bloke.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend!

  5. Darn laws.

    You're welcome Talli! Have a great weekend yourself : )

  6. Just watched 'Birdie Num Num' - I can't believe that I haven't seen that film, but now I know why a lady friend of mine always said "Birdie Num Num" in an Indian accent everytime we went to an Indian restaurant.

  7. Oh yeah, haha. It's an addictive phrase! There's another movie with Peter Sellers that I love, where he plays an American going through a mid-life crisis in the middle of the hippie movement. I Love You ALice B. Tokias. I loved his performance in that. But in The Party, he was genius with a subtle array of slapstick, all done with a shy, lovable smile.

    Now I'm craving Indian food.

  8. Do you remember 'Being There'? The last film he made before kicking the bucket. He was Anglo Indian, so I expect he could get away with Birdie Num Num.

  9. Yes, that's one of those films which showed a whole different side of him. I think that might be one of his most popular films. People were always checking it out at the library I worked at.


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