One for Juliet Ellis from Mother Theresa‘s Majestic Crest bedside today:
“The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow. Do good anyway“–Message posted by Mother Theresa on her orphanage’s door in Calcutta. Author Unknown–although we know she wrote this. :)
[subtext: it is the nature of goodness to be its own song in the world]
[Music Al Green and Annie Lennox for the Hollywood Studio System. Woot!]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.16.2010. This message is also a Letter of Love for the World, as posted on Aunt Elvira’s wall of her “Hollywood set studio,” as spotted while on the Fathomless Love Show. As a part of the In Celebration of A Queen’s Life Series of LA. Love her! This blog post going up today, at a Lady of Love’s feet across Los Angeles to the world–as a reminder that good people are born to stir Love up, with a brisk whisk of star courage.~
Today was an unusual day. Sandra Bullock‘s sob story finally got knocked out of the tabloids with a little excursion from Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to Bosnia giving some perspective in the manner of how Hollywood’s Oscar winners should create headlines (“Yay!” and … “Poor Sandra Bullock” ring true).
And Wellington New Zealand, wanting a Wellywood sign was voted in at #1, which lead to the creation of a new Kiwi Pop cultural Hollywood slogan–the H.I.L.F which every rugby football loving, beer swilling bloke must have in the form of a tee shirt to where to the local pub with boys after footie. matches. The tee shirt slogan is bound to be a tail magnet, for sure!
Here’s how you voted your top ten in Hollywood on Horiwood.Com today. Thank you for your love and support. God bless you all worldwide.
Annie Lennox’s Into The West sings out your top ten tonight. Ocars Magic.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 4.7.2010~
Like Arlen Specter’s controversial deflection from the GOP to the Democrats for 2010, the Mormon’s are switching it up too, to reflect the changing times.
In a controversial Calendar, reflecting shirtless Mormon lads, young Mormon’s hope to raise awareness that they are more normal than the ‘polygamist’ stereotype that many of their founding forebears have unfortunately left them. (more…)