My Man Godfrey ~1936
As my neighbor would say, never in all my born days!
And to think it all started with a scavenger hunt! 🙂 That’s right! 🙂 I do believe this is called, “screwball comedy.” I have seen a few crazy, classic movies and I do mean really crazy . . .
And! My Man Godfrey is now in my list of favorite crazy classics! Irene (Carole Lombard) brings Godfrey (William Powell) home, from the dump, to her rich family as their new butler. Well, crazy quickly turns insane. I loved it. It is hilarious!
A hearty shoutout to R J Nello for recommending this film to me!
Drum Roll Please!
Announcing the Winner of the Pink Journal!
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Thanks so much to everyone who participated. I enjoyed reading everyone’s answers and I especially liked announcing the winner. I think I’m going to give something away again in the future, but I’ll do it differently. It was fun.
It’s February 22nd and our final day, for a chance, to win the journal! *applause applause* Just leave a comment below. Answer the following question???
How was your February?
Say as much as you like! If you answer the question, you’ll have a chance to win this amazing journal. Have fun! And! I’ll announce the winner here on my blog, Thursday. 🙂
I feel good, completely relaxed. We had tea. That’s right, we savored tea, scones, brownies, strawberries, apple pie and little sandwiches. We had a nice time chatting about everything. Bliss. 🙂
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~ Jamaica Inn (1939)
After the death of her mother, Mary (Maureen O’Hara), travels to Cornwall to live with her Aunt Patience (Marie Ney) and Uncle (Leslie Banks). Upon her arrival, she discovers herself in a den of cutthroats and embroiled in the adventure of a lifetime!
This is a good movie and I understand it was Maureen O’Hara’s first movie! It’s also a Hitchcock film. Maureen O’Hara is on an adventure from the start of the film and it doesn’t quit. As she travels to Cornwall and tells the people she meets she’s going to Jamaica Inn, their reaction to her destination leaves her puzzled. Then upon her arrival it goes from bad to worse.
How many Hitchcock films have you seen? Have you seen Jamaica Inn? Did you like it?
OH! MY! WORD! You have got to read this book!!! I just finished reading it!!!
The Raleigh Harmon Series is so GOOD! Read them! Read them in order! Read them! I like a good mystery and the Raleigh Harmon Mysteries are great! I’m going to try and list them in order, but you can find them on goodreads.
~ The Stones Cry Out
~ The Rivers Run Dry
~ The Clouds Roll Away
~ The Mountains Bow Down
~ The Stars Shine Bright
~ The Waves Break Gray
Young Raleigh Harmon Mysteries
~ Stone and Spark
~ Stone and Snow
~ Stone and Sand
This is one of the few new books I’m reading this year. ENJOY!
It’s Wednesday, February 15th and another chance to win the journal pictured below! The winner will be announced at the end of February. *Applause Applause* Use the following word in a sentence. I enjoyed all the responses last week. 🙂
Describing an experience that makes you fearful yet fascinated, awed yet attracted – the powerful, personal experience of being overwhelmed and inspired.
Numinous is a great word. I am looking forward to your sentences. 🙂