Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Tagged--5 Things I Love

Tagged-I'm it-by Sweet Annie at Blissful Bohemian, and asked list 5 things I luuuuuuvvvvvvv. Only 5?? Here goes: 1. "I love the night life, I got to boogie..." 2. the color red/ orange 3. mapquest 4. men who can make me laugh 5. my sweet clown of a dog and for extra credit--**6. I love the miracles of second chances Anyone else want to play??

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful, evocative, and so like nicely illustrated.

    You are a wonder.

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  2. I would have put your list of bird-groupings high on my list. A watch of Nightingales; May night in Southern France as the clear songs call and respond from the trees all around the old stone farmhouse. Horses nicker.
    Two things I miss most about "that life".
    I think I have a memory for most of the birds on your list.
    One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl and four for a boy. Six for silver, seven for gold, eight for a secret never to be told...Magpies.

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  3. I love your list, now I feel like a slacker because I did not add photos with my list :-). LOVE the last one, was just thinking of him today and how happy I was for him :-).

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  4. Thank you, Ms. Francie-Pants. I will share your observation with my hubby. He doubts my wonderfulness:>)
    Welcome English Rider--lovely comment and I have that book("One for sorrow, two for joy")about crows,though.
    And Annie--it is NEVER too late for pictures or for a different list of loves. Do whatever you like cuz it's all about YOU today:>)

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  5. I saw Mickey Rourke last night on Jay Leno, and was impressed with his humility/sincerity. I can only think of one movie I've seen him in, and I have no real idea what his issues were the past 10 years, but I definitely want to see his next/current movie.

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  6. I want in on this Mickey Rourke, second-chance love fest! I love MR.

    I went to see "Domino" just to see him and always see him in my mind as the low-key arsonist in "Body Heat."

    There was a wonderful article in the LA Times on his struggles and his years in therapy. I wanted to clip it out just as a reminder of, as you so poetically noted, "the miracles of second chances."

    You rock so much that I (re)bought the poet Kenneth Koch's book, "I Never Told Anybody: Teaching Poetry to People in a Nursing Home," once again because I want to write a poem and I owned that book when I was living my first chance.


    I'm dying to see "The Wrestler."
    Amitiés,

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  7. How does one get in on the tag game?

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Hey, thanks for your thoughts and your time:>)