Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
The original Platinum Blonde in black, Jean Harlow
“You can check the wings and halo at the desk.” Jean Harlow as Vantine in Red Dust
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Need. That. Typewriter!
It’s a beautiful beast!
That is one wacky gif, Ms V! Ms Harlow knew how to let loose…something that I hope you will do now that the proofreading is done! Yay!!!
I am happy as a clam…although I have no idea what the derivation of that phrase is! Wasn’t Ms. J radiant? I watched Red Dust again the other day, what a knockout performance.
Jean Harlow was so “Reckless”! But not at reckless at Heddy Hooper and her dirt alert about the BOOK! OMG!
PS…I am so happy you have the proof reading finished. Now for the proof in the pudding. It is a Fabulous Book!
I AM SO GLAD YOU LIKED IT… ah oh, shades of Sally Field. However, I am elated — and about to have a listen to Heddy Hooper!!! xox, V
More congrats on the proofreading!
HIP HIP HOORAH! Proofing all done! Excellent news, Ms Vickie.
That is one sexy gif of a happy Ms Harlow! I presume that you have a similar expression on your face now?!
By the way “Happy as a Clam” is a truncated version of “Happy as a Clam at High Tide”. The ol’ clam is happy because – as I’m sure you have worked out – she and her friends can only be dug up at low tide!
Ah ha! Now all becomes clear! I like that…clam-wise 😉 .
Now if I only the printers and I can get the color balance right on the cover… 😉
Mmmmm…I dare say that is trickier than proof reading.
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