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. :)
Celebrities. Hollywood news topics. Entertainment news hot potatoes from here in Hollywood. Here’s our top ten entertainment posts for Saturday July 31st 2010. Thanks everyone. Life is peachy.
Bonus Post: Bradley James is joining the New Zealand army
Bonus Post: Liam Neeson‘s beloved Natasha Richardson
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.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.31.2010~
Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Freedom… and Peace. God Bless America, this July 4th. Lee Greenwood‘s song reminds us of this.
My gift to you this year, is encouragement for us all to have the courage to grow up in Love. So, with that in mind, I present to you again, this novel by Robert Ellis, with the message Courage To Love the Middle East.
Read it, pass it on, enjoy it, gift it to all you love–be the book’s message.
Rev David Brown of the Wayfarers Chapel in Palos Verdes, proudly holds a copy of Courage To Love where the book now sits for purchase, along with the beautiful roses, that Mr Ellis is pictured with in the Chapel’s garden. Love will always have perfect symmetry with Peace. Their paths lead to each other because Peace knows how to Love. It lays its life down for it. When we walk in Peace, we are the future.
Enjoy Lee Greenwood’s song, and incidentally Palos Verdes means a “canopy of green trees.” Hot.
This year, let’s start a love train. Get on board, pass this book on. Thanks team.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.4.2010~
Yesterday a celebrity asked me: “Would you like to go for dinner with a celebrity tonight?” Cute.
Although I didn’t deserve to this week, I said “okay.” At dinner, I got to see kindness and magic, sitting opposite me over great food and funny conversation after work. Only in L.A!
Thank you. Here’s how you, the people, voted our Hollywood entertainment and celebrity news democratically from Hollywood, Friday July 2nd 2010. Thanks everyone. Courage To Love.
[Images: Top: Rev. David Brown of Wayfarers Chapel in Palos Verdes, checks out his rare gift of organic heirloom tomatoes in a Saks Fifth Avenue bag (of course!) given by fashion designer extraordinaire of America, Miss Elliette. Go here to this other blog, to read about Miss E's theory on how opposites attract.
[Below image: Young Hollywood's Queen and voice of the Amazons in a dress sewn by her mom, Miss Q'orianka Kilcher, 20. Cute too.]
This Summer, let’s start a Love Train. Y not?!
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. for the news day of 7.2.2010~
In this picture, three men are depicted who all have a mission. From history, Emanuel Swedenborg–theologian, scientist, philospher and inventor. Left, Robert Ellis –author, and architect of future world peace for the Middle East from California, young Rev. David Brown, currently serving at the Wayfarers chapel in Palos Verdes.
People on a mission from all walks and disciplines of life, with intelligent perspectives to altar the world for good, should be spotlighted. This pic denotes three important thinkers of the past, present and future. Courage To Love Change has always been a gift of the American people. This trait still manifests strongly today–in places, you’d least expect at garden summits of Peace.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.2.2010~
Image: Romance tree, by Wayfarers Chapel
Poem: The Beginning of the Ends by Emile Kanim
For in the beginning
we anticipated an end.
This endless end
compelled us into
this brighter beginning.
–Stunning poetry. Circuitous. Complete. Like the circle of love for life.
On the road from Serra Malibu, we stopped at the Road Inn for hash browns and pancakes with maple syrup, washed down with coffee. Then it was on to Palos Verdes, to the Wayfarers Chapel, to see the fruit of the romance tree in lively bloom of plentitude.
Trip Advisor says of Wayfarers Chapel: “Inspiring Beauty: This architectural jewel, all glass & wood, sits overlooking the rugged coastline of Palos Verdes, and is used for religious services and weddings, but is open for tourists. The gardens, fountains, reflecting pools, endless fragrant rose bushes make for a peaceful, thought-provoking meditative walk. Surrounded by trees, the views from the hillside change with the weather…. fog-shrouded like a Japanese painting, or radiant with color on a clear day. I think attending a church service would be profoundly beautiful, with the sun coming through the all-glass Chapel. Wayfarer’s Chapel is a must-see for those of any and all faiths.” Lloyd Wright is the architect of this talked about center piece of Californian life.
[Image of tree courtesy of Wayfarers Chapel. Image of Courage To Love weddings courtesy of Horiwood.Com, author Robert Ellis, Rev. David Brown. Poetic words by Emile Kanim from Plentitude: The Book, 2012].
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 7.1.2010~