Angelina Jolie is a Queen of Hollywood on a global mission promoting justice, fairness and equality in her new movie, Salt. Unstoppable spirit and elegance, combining grit and glamourous action for movie goers worldwide.
And in local California news, Matthew Bryan jetted on a Che Guevara medical training mission to Puerto Rico, while Kelly‘s Coffee & Fudge latte’s are a winner for Beverly Hills bloggers and publicists doing start up companies with Young Malibu for Hollywood. We’re growing in California, by being creative and adventurous, taking action and putting in a few hours of grind, daily. Recovery in America is innovative, quick, strategic fun.
– Celebrities you love, entertainment news of interest in the Arts, New novels of Peace, Live Theater, Music, Fashion, Scriptwriting innovation and box office blitzes, with a tinge of divorce saga, and the pop candy of Brit Brit‘s pearly whites charm too. Here’s how you all voted our top ten news today on Horiwood.Com. Up!
2. Oksana & Mel
[Image of Angelina Jolie -photographer unknown. Image of Matthew Bryan as a babe with the legendary Sito Kanim - family mug, Dr Fresh electric toothbrush (duracell battery included) and Sweet Talk mouthwash, both courtesy of the 99 cents store. Winners!]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.26.2010~
~Her tomatoes are wayfarer than all others.~
Seers–always have courage to be married to the “see”–Looking Glass music mysticism
Humility is this profound little ‘old’ lady, giving Chuck the gardener at Wayfarers Chapel one of America’s finest organic heirloom tomatoes.
She gave a piece of her always advancing scientific art form away in acknowledgement that this man could grow roses as well as she could.
A prayer request for the locum.
“Yahweh-Rapha, the Lord who heals you.” Rapha means “to mend, to cure, to repair, to make whole.”–Exodus 15
“One day these hands will touch the world”–Rachel Scott of Columbine–her teen words at the altar of precious American Life, written in her bedroom and traced in faith–like twin palms of a precious lamb posted on… [blog] wood for a beloved Daughter, Sister, Aunty, Cousin, Friend and Mother of LA.
The Theological thinking: “Are any of you sick? You should call for the elders of the church to come and pray over you, anointing you with oil in the name of the Lord. Such a prayer offered in faith will heal the sick, and the Lord will make you well. And if you have committed any sins, you will be forgiven.”–James 5: 14
[Mood: Elisha's Prayer of Faith + Gabriel Ataya. Prayer of healing for Aunt E]
~A good read: Miracle at Marah – Exod. 15).Music: Kevin Prosch as spirit food for a “Hinn” of healing oil that comes without price in America in the 2010′s for all who are sick and have need of a Physician. Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.15.2010. Tallis of Elisha, courtesy of This Blog~
Result: After the prayer of faith with anointing oil was made with Uncle Emile, Aunt Elvira prayed, smiled and said in prayer: “Father God (Abba Father) I See You.”
Selfless souls make you weep. They’re so pure. Tonight Aunt Elvira said: “You are the apple of my heart and you always have been, because you bring so much joy and happiness from the other side of the world to us.”
Who says the words “apple of my heart” today in this day and age?” She’s a classic. She’s like a mother who can make you cry.
I don’t know how to reply to that? So in kind– here’s the art of “Hasbaya Apple Pie Remixed” from the Haus of S.Kanim to celebrate Aunt Elvira’s spirit of sweet encouragement. From her email inbox on Uncle Emile’s iPad, here’s some iPop Hasbaya American pop culture, at its best… because iTouch <3′s is the art of Aunt Elvira’s life. This pic says it all.
~from the In Celebration of a Queen’s Life series, Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.9.2010~
MONTREAL’S [MAORI] LAMB’S WOOL EAGLE [LITERARY] FASHION BLEND FOR MERATA MITA’S CHILDREN, HOLLYWOOD JUNE 2010
Email to Horiwood: “Hi [Uncle] Sam… It looks like Merata’s tangi is in Te Puke, which isn’t too far away, hopefully I can go. I know Che Fu’s father is going.
“MITA: Merata. Passed away on 31 May, 2010. Beloved daughter of the late Tikitere Takuira Mita and Annie Pikitea McPhee. Beloved sister. Mother of Rafer, Richard, Rhys, Lars (deceased), Awatea, Eruera and Hepi. Nanny to Te Rangimarie, Rapanui, Wahia, Tikitere, Te Rongopai and Wiremu. As one journey ends another begins, may your wairua continue to soar. You will forever remain in our hearts. Tangi at Pukehina Marae, SH2, Te Puke. Burial Oreiwhata, Friday, 4 June at 11am.
[Above image--Poetic Benjamin Button Black Tie Rain, Fashion Cuff Links with "Twinkle [Tap] Toes” Wish Bone/ Divinig Rod [of Chicken Soup for the Soul] Chain, courtesy of Pedro Rubio & Associates. Literary Page a la Nanook of The North, courtesy of Google]
This came in yesterday from my sister, Rachel. It is the celebratory death notice of indgenous Maori filmmaking Queen, Merata Mita that her six children, loving and painfully placed in the New Zealand newspaper for her–so that The World, would know that their mother’s spirit would always soar.
With the soaring metaphor of an Eagle used by her family to define their mum,
As today, I rather graciously learned I was in the Soup. :) Here’s a little quote to brighten your day.
“If today was your last day, who would you call, what would you say, and what are you waiting for?”–from Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul.
The answer to that question is . . I would call Teke La La –and tell her to “always keep on being a cheeky tutu bum!” Priceless!
And as a good book is like Chicken Soup for The Soul, here’s Earnest Hemignway on that topic of books: “All books are alike in that they are truer than if they had happened, and after you are finished reading one you will feel that all that happened to you and afterwards it all belongs to you: the good and the bad, the ecstasy, the remorse and sorrow, the people and the places and how the weather was. If you can get so that you can give that to people, then you are a writer.”
Oh Earnest, what does the weather have to do with it? But, so true. Books transport us into places where we need to be. On that note, for a good book about Gaza Today–go here.
[Mildred Pearce movie still image--courtesy of Austin Chronicles]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.4.2010~
[Image: Mount Haramon as viewed from Hasbaya --courtesy of Ramiz Dalli]
~”I’m gonna stand out here on the mountain top/Till I feel your [Rain]… And now I’ll wait for the light, I’ll wait for the sun/ Till I feel your [Rain]“–Madonna
The 80′s were years of think big, bold, colorful thoughts. You couldn’t help but grow and expand with creativity. Symbols inspiring big thoughts were everywhere. Today Google are celebrating the 80′s by turning google’s logo into the PacMan video game. Fun. Pacman is universally loved as entertainment–as light relief to pass the time, especially in India and China–so that’s a smart move to expand Microsoft’s global audience appeal with this logo. Fun sells.
And as Horiwood.Com is celebrating the life of Aunt Elvira as a Mother of Los Angeles industry and women of business development in The City of Angels revolutionary formative years of American women’s pioneering legends of modern American business, here’s 80′s pop icon, Madonna with her song, Rain.
In Celebration of a Queen’s Life: Aunt Elvira is A Mother of LA
Lyrics to Madonna ‘s Rain follow:
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 5.21.2010~