Thanks for patience and comfort given during my police and theft adventure. I am grateful to know you and found out how much you support me. So nice to know I have a wide spread safety net.
If possible, we could (with help from future, scientific advances) stay in touch for an indefinite period of time.
Does this, perhaps, scare you?
Attention Fellow Bloggers and thus, New Friends:
You are hereby given the choice of accepting nominations for both the Versatile Blogger Award and the Infinity Award.
The sky’s the limit.
Many thanks to my new follower and generous friend, Mithai. Please check her blog for rules and fun facts to help you get better acquainted.
You are incredible, Mithai, on your blog and in wise comments.
I will be foregoing your needing to read more about me and will do two things on this post.
I will include my newest fellow bloggers.
I hope to share some entertainment endings, summaries of finales of favorite television shows and more. . .
Here is a list for award nominations and possibly introducing some interesting posts for you to enjoy.
2. Small Town Girl:
4. a guy who has a sense of humor:
6. She’s sweet and gives me a younger perspective:
7. Photos and thoughts:
9. Cheryl has a brother who nicknamed her “Cheffie:”
10. Bela who is friend in Hawaii:
12. Bill with thoughts and bicycle:
14. She has historical story that caught my interest and I wanted to stay:
15. Balroop Singh who writes Sublime Shadows of Life:
16. So kind and funny:
I just know I left someone out. I try not to repeat same blogs on Award posts.
If you look on my long list of key words, there have been many award nominations. You may have been named.
Here are some special ‘regulars:’
Brenda, Jill, Mark, Mike, Colleen, Barb, Anneli, Jenny, April, Pauline, Jules, Cindy, Judy, Kirt, 2 Beths, Smitty, 2 Sherri/Sherry’s, Marylin, Yoshiko, Nigel, Jonathan, Evil Squirrel, Tracy, Amy, Ian, Ann, Esther, Andro, and you may know who you are and forgive my senior moment!
You are all winners to me!
Other recent winners were:
Sawyer on The Voice.
Clark came in 2nd while Nick won American Idol #14 season.
The finale on “The Return ” meant there was a possible flood, but one man standing on overlook seemed to prevent the flood.
The final episode after years of watching, “Grey’s Anatomy” shocked me. I was nearly sobbing. You may look this one up since it had one bright moment. A beloved character died. A reminder of the very first episode of intern meeting long (off and on) romantic love and later, husband.
“E. R.” and “M*A*S*H” are still favorites.
The finale of “Secrets and Lies” was creepy. Little girl killed neighbor boy. It turns out jealousy and learning he was her brother, sharing a father tipped her overboard in savage killing description. Ryan Phillippe was great in role of stressed and accused man. Juliette Lewis portrayed in a unique, outstanding way the serious Officer Cornell. Other characters were realistic, too.
Catch Juliette Lewis in a new series called, “Wayward Pines.” Matt Dillon, Melissa Leo (of fame as mother of Christian Bale in the movie, “The Fighter.”) and several recognizable actors started last Thurs.
Billboard awards show seemed not as exciting, in many ways, as the previous
CMA awards, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Golden Globes, and fantastic Grammy Awards.
Taylor Swift’s new song, “Bad Blood” was good but I liked “Blank Space” better, along with always enjoying her young and independent songs. She is growing a broader fan base every day.
Sam Smith lost his voice due to vocal chord surgery and had clever signs during a pre-filled award moment.
Van Halen band singing and playing rock and roll sexy “Cannonball.”
Good to see Britney looking healthy and dancing with Iggy Azalea.
Tribute to Mariah was very nice. She accomplished winning 18 award winning years. She sings (usually and this time superbly) like a beautiful songbird.
Tribute to B.B. King could have been much better. It seemed like an average homage and he truly deserved all and more accolades.
They went all out again mentioning Paul Walker. New film of fast and furious completed and music was good. I like theme song, “It’s Been a Long Time” due to reflecting both loss of young actor and nostalgic tones.
The hosts were Ludicrous and Chrissy Teague. Ludicrous did fine and is articulate while Chrissy may be smart in real life and is married to the amazing John Legend, she just seemed to be channeling dumb blonde cliches.
I enjoyed the fun and crazy homage to “Pulp Fiction” in the Fall Out Boys’ song, “Uma’s Praises.” The disco dancing and multiple women who wore short styled dark haired “iconic” Uma wigs.
I have a soft spot for Little Big Town. They sang that old song. “Life in a Northern Town,” awhile back which has “Hey now, maw maw” sound effects. It was such a good rendition with Sugarland and Jake Owen.
In their combining forces with Faith Hill . . . they again captured my heart.
Please accept your deserved award nominations, dear friends, new and old.
If you watched a good finale recently or are still watching something, let us know what we are missing.
I recommend “Call the Midwife” and “Mr. Selfridge” on PBS.
Let me be one of the first to tell you Grissom’s character is coming back for the series “CSI” finale. I liked William Peterson and this will be