Oh, what woes can one bow make? My husband is out of work right now so I have him 'hired/working' here at home. I have been 'helping' him get motivated to do jobs around the house - ones that need being done and ones that have been put off for years (literally). So we were getting the Christmas decorations out and I asked him to bring up THE bow and to please put it on the mailbox. It is the same bow we have had for years - he has always hung it up in the basement instead of storing it in a box where it could get smashed. So I go out for awhile and this the bow he found and put on our mailbox.
I seriously think he found a wrapping bow - a small one - and put it on the mailbox.
I get home and I am literally astonished. I asked him about it and he said, "I didn't think you were going to be happy with this bow."
I asked him, "Then why did you put it up? This is not THE bow." He has put THE bow up for years. Go figure.
(Apparently THE bow had gone AWOL and he used this one instead).
I immediately went over to Micheal's and bought a spool of ribbon for half price and made this bow for $5.00.
Now that's a bow - THE new bow! Hope it will survive for next year, but who knows !
And this ends my tale of woe (lol).
Happy Birthday Agnes Moorehead better known as Endora, in the situation comedy Bewitched. She later commented that she had not expected it to succeed and that she ultimately felt trapped by its success.
Moorehead received six Emmy Award nominations, but was quick to remind interviewers that she had enjoyed a long and distinguished career. Despite her ambivalence, she remained with Bewitched until its run ended in 1972.
She commented to the New York Times, "I've been in movies and played theater from coast to coast, so I was quite well known before Bewitched, and I don't particularly want to be identified as a witch." Later that year she said that she had enjoyed playing the role, but that it was not challenging and the show itself was "not breathtaking" although her flamboyant and colorful character appealed to children.
She expressed a fondness for the show's star, Elizabeth Montgomery, and said that she had enjoyed working with her. Co-star Dick Sargent, who in 1969 replaced the ill Dick York as Samantha's husband, Darrin Stephens, had a more difficult relationship with Moorehead, and described her as "a tough old bird...very self-involved."
The pursuit of truth and beauty is a sphere of activity in which we are permitted to remain children all our lives. - Albert Einstein
I can think of no time it is so true - as Christmas time. Chatty