You Heard It Here: Hollywood Surprise! — 8 Comments

  1. That’s funny. I’ll bet it happens to you a lot. Dolly’s role was sweet. I liked her. Loved Saving Mr. Banks for more reasons than I can say here. I’m going for a second viewing. : )

    Happy New Year to you and your family!

    • Hi Roben,
      It does happen a lot. I really do need to consider tape. Haha.

      Happy New Year to you too! Hope it’s a great one!

    • Hi Janie,
      I agree. She made me laugh every time she was on the screen. Happy New Year to you too and thanks for dropping in!

  2. thanks for the heads up about sticking around for the titles in Saving Mr. Banks. Can’t wait to see that one.

    I love your story, and figure a lot of teachers must feel similar watching some of their students blossom and succeed in the community.

    I know I embarrass myself in public regularly, but on the spot can’t think of an example.
    Happy New Year!

    • Hi Lynne,
      I never thought of it, but you’re right! Teachers must see a lot too. It’s okay… I kinda wish I didn’t remember all the times I embarrassed myself. LOL. Happy New Year to you too!

  3. Happy New Year, Dee J.!

    I’ll take your movie recommendation, though, knowing me, I won’t see it ’til it’s available on VOD–that’s how I roll right now. 😉

    My moments of public embarrassment are to numerous to mention, but they usually involve me thinking I can zip out to the Starbucks/mailbox place/liquor store in wash-worn sweats and flip-flops w/o running into anyone I know. I have proved many times over that I can not.

    • Hi Sam,
      LOL. You and I are living the same life. Worn sweats and flip-flops. I’ll go you one better with no make-up… And yes, running into someone I know. Ugh! The worst. I did enjoy the movie though. I really loved Melanie’s performance. She was worth the price of admission all by herself. Thanks for coming by and Happy New Year!