Friday, June 9, 2017

IN THREE WORDS......

In this weekly feature, I'll share a picture of a weekly guest and you tell me in only three words what come to mind.

In three words.....
Lucille Ball

And I huge THANK YOU for all your kind and meaningful comments to Monday's post. Even though I am fine, your words only made me more sure and less worried. Your all such dears, drinks on me!!!!
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35 comments:

  1. comedienne, actress, producer.

    No need to thanks us. But your sweet too.

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  2. And a rather talented actress to boot

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  3. intelligent, timeless, legendary

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  4. Redhead, businesswoman, creative

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  5. garish, self serving, egotistical....

    other than that she had a head of entertainment ideas, and until she thru him out, Desi had a great head for business

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  6. impetuous, inventive no-inhibitions!

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  7. She a trailblazer!!!

    We care for you...drinks on you? I tend to like to do shoots from the nice little dimple guys have right above there ass. Will that work?

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  8. Gorgeous.Funny.Redhead.

    and, of course ...

    I.Love.Lucy.

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    1. didn't hate it...didn't love it either.

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  10. annoying, annoying and .........annoying

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  11. Intelligent, talented, hilarious.

    Lucy tidbit-

    Lucy and Desi co-owned Desilu Productions until she bought him out and ran it on her own. It had 2,000 employees, 36 sound stages, and 62 acres. She eventually sold it for $17 million in 67'. The name was changed to Paramount Pictures. Now, that deserves a round of applause.

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    1. Almost. Paramount Pictures was already sixty-five years old and had been bankrupt by that stage - it was Gulf & Western that bought and merged the two to launch Paramount Television.

      Lucy made shed-loads of money out of the deal, regardless! Jx

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  12. Honest, loyal, talented

    This one was difficult. I recently read a book about her life. She was complex and not easily definable.

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  13. sophisticated, brilliant, glamorous

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  14. Prefer Lucy Ricardo.

    As opposed to Lucy Carmichael and Lucy Carter, her two other sitcom characters.

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  15. Classy, funny, smart.

    Well, mostly classy. It's gotta be tough for kids to hear their mother verbally bash Dad on national television. That has to be the only time Lucy ever disappointed me. But, we all have our moments. Hugs!

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