As Chelsea Clinton swanned down the aisle with beau Marc Mezvinsky, Elvira Kanim, the late baby sister of legendary fashion designer, Miss Elliette had the most beautiful, touching, heart-felt private family send off. Special. Kim Bryan did a sweet service, Bruce Bryan M.D was on iphone sermon interjections and humor, Aunt Elaine‘s story never had a punch line but nobody cared she added effervescence, and fly-girl Lea Kanim was the hostest with the mostest on the day. Superwoman. Suzie added a smile of Hollywood, military glamor. More on that event, when the family have decided which photographs, can be shared with you. What a sweet lady Elvira Kanim was. She was both a gorgeous Aunty and a fun chiffon minx. RIP honey. :)
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And to tidy things up a little with some ‘overwhelming emotion’ like a Presidential family ocean: Here’s what the Clinton family said about their special family occasion: “Today, we watched with great pride and overwhelming emotion as Chelsea and Marc wed in a beautiful ceremony at Astor Courts, surrounded by family and their close friends. We could not have asked for a more perfect day to celebrate the beginning of their life together, and we are so happy to welcome Marc into our family. On behalf of the newlyweds, we want to give special thanks to the people of Rhinebeck for welcoming us and to everyone for their well-wishes on this special day.”
A sweet day of family across America. Oh… and go here to buy Bob’s new romance novel of young love, set in Israel and Palestine. Author Robert Ellis is pictured here with Rev. Dan Brown –the young Pastor, at the Wayfarers Chapel in Palos Verdes, a picturesque town that means ‘a canopy of green trees.’ Bob’s book links: Books-A-Million & Amazon.com.
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While watching Uncle Emile reading his play he’d written as actor Danny J. Evans works at his Hollywood tan, baking in the sun; Teddy of Go.Daddy.Com calls. In this household of blokes, it’s nice to hear a woman’s melodic voice, for a change.
Her phone call is about Aunt Elvira‘s Funeral Poem and its website domain name, we gave the poem when we posted the poem yesterday to celebrate her “2nd graduation day” and share the meaning of her life of love, for others.
Teddy asks me our plans for the domain name as its very interesting to her. (Plans? What plans? I think silently to myself). She suggests that the website, should become a blog where others can share their funeral poems too, or, the domain name should host a collection of freshly written poems each day, about celebrating life in death–for others to benefit from–when grief and loss, has their souls gripped and sore. Funeral poems on Elvira’s poem’s website could comfort them, says Teddy.
As I’ve never had a phone call like this before, from any website hosting service, the calmness that is Teddy’s voice intrigues. She should be a Hollywood producer. Needless to say, anything to do with Aunt Elvis, is always going to fascinate people, across the U.S. Elvira had that kind of allure, sweetness and charm–as Teddy’s phone call showed me today. I shouldn’t be pleasantly surprised by Teddy’s phone call, really–but I still am.
Thanks Teddy. Teddy @ GoDaddy should be a Hollywood TV producer, commissioning new ideas for TV. She’s good. Teddy only watches pre-recorded TV programs, doesn’t Twitter, Facebook or MySpace, never goes to see a movie, and loves reading books instead for her recreation and downtime. Teddy also doesn’t have a blog, which is why I’m cutting her into my blog today. That and the fact, that Teddy tells me she loves the Kiwi New Zealand accent in America. Thanks Teddy. If ever you buy a domain name, call (USA) 1.480.505.8859, press option 1, and ask for Teddy. She’s okay. :)
What follows are two Emily Dickinson‘s funeral poems, that Teddy loves the most for her friends and family members at funerals. Hearing Teddy’s voice come down Aunt Elvira’s phone line, is a surreal trip today. National interest. I like Teddy’s love of poetry and her inquisitive questions, a lot.
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Pallbearers at Billy Mays funeral gave the OxiClean TVC adman, a big shout out at his funeral. Mays was buried at McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania on Friday. RIP
At Farrah Fawcett’s funeral, Tuesday, The Charlie’s Angels icon’s last words of love, were to the three generations of men, that she most gave her life and love to. These being her dad, her partner and lover of thirty years, Ryan O’Neal and their son, Redmond.
If you’ve ever watched Farrah’s powerful documentary, Farrah’s Story, you immediately get a sense that Farrah’s confidence came from her father’s unfailing belief and support in his angel girl.
Her words of gratitude to her dad, James Fawcett thank the ”greatest dad around.” What a tribute to the power of great parenting in Hollywood and LA, regardless of how old a child is. Parental support is the best affirmation a child could ever need to survive the fame game.
For Ryan she said rather humorously of their always passionate and fiery relationship: “When I figure out what it is all about, I can tell you.”
Her message to her son, was a wise one, offering love and faith in Redmond until the very end. Farrah wrote: “The greatest gift of my life was to be your mother. By leaving you behind I hope you will be able to work out all your troubles and grow as a person.”
Really… the story of Farrah Fawcett and it’s message was simply that there is no greater joy, than to pass on life and love to a child, and encourage your child to live their dream and destiny.
So Awesome! RIP Farrah Fawcett. An angel of love indeed.
Los Angeles, California–Farrah Fawcett’s Funeral is currently underway at Our Lady of The Angels cathedral in Downtown, LA. Ryan Stewart was one of Farrah’s pall bearers. Alana Stewart, Farrah’s best friend of 30 years and her fellow Charlie’s Angel costar, Kate Jackson, were some of the early attendees at Farrah’s funeral who were escorted by a police envoy of LAPD on motorcycles.
Farrah’s coffin was covered in an a beautiful array of yellow and orange roses and flowers. ABC 7 news remember Farrah, like Marilyn Monroe, as being perhaps Hollywood’s second most famous blonde ever on the news, Tuesday, as her friends gather to farewell a Hollywood legend today. [image: US Magazine]
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Commissioner Jane Godfrey is reported to have signed off on an order allowing Redmond O’Neal the troubled son to attend mother Farah Fawcett funeral. The date of the funeral has yet to be announced.
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This report from the BBC:
Hundreds came out to farewell David Carradine as the star who died in unexplained circumstances in a Bangkok Hotel in Thailand on July 4 2009, was laid to rest today in Los Angeles.
Family members were joined by former co-stars and other Hollywood figures in the congregation of about 400.
Actors Jane Seymour, Tom Selleck, Daryl Hannah and Lucy Liu were among them. (more…)