"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
I love that photo's contrast of the black-and-white movie and the vibrantly colourful flowers!
Best to wait for a good, dry forecast. If it's a water-based paint, it'll just run off the walls if it rains. Ask me how I know! xx
ahhhh...the bells of st. mary's made me want to become a nun. i didn't though.
That movie has the most charming nativity play.
I hated that bit
Don't you wonder if Picasso or Constable had to ever wait for good weather? It's like the universe said, "Relax!"Hugs!
Re "Ingrid Bergman always made a lovely nun."... and a ludicrously unlikely nun based on every nun that I have ever encountered. Their numbers are rapidly declining too, an endangered "species".
She is my favourite cinematic nun , alongside Helen ready as the singing nun in airport 75
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I remember reading Ingrid's recollection of filming the last scene of that movie, she playing a nun and Bing portraying a priest. She said she grabbed him and surprised him and the crew by planting a huge kiss on him. Of course, it had to be cut.Love,Janie
I voted too. The only candidate to knock on my door was a West Indian gentleman with a lovely smile and charming manner. Unlikely he'll get in but he got my vote.
Just catching up. Ingrid Bergman always made a lovely whatever she played.
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I always do painting when during my free time. Hope you had a great time.
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