Joan Rivers could make you laugh to tears as a comedian and rip your personal fashion style to shreds on the red carpet with her barefaced opinion. Joan Rivers had an amazing career doing exactly what she wanted to do for over 50 years. Her loud raspy tone delighted us in so many ways from her stand up comedy, to talk show host on The Late Show with Joan Rivers and The Joan Rivers Show, her own jewelry and clothing collection for QVC and other shopping channels, her throne on The Fashion Police and her reality show with her daughter Joan & Mellissa: Joan Knows Best. Of the many catch lines or phrases from her trash-talking mouth my favorites are..."Can we talk?" and "Oh grow up!" Working hard and dressing to impress with the amazing kind of energy that Joan Rivers had at 81 years of age well, that's a full life lived.
Joan Rivers was true to her sense of humor through to her death, she made this request to her daughter... “I want Craft services, I want paparazzi and I want publicists making a scene!” she wrote. “I want it to be Hollywood all the way. I don’t want some rabbi rambling on; I want Meryl Streep crying, in five different accents. I don’t want a eulogy; I want Bobby Vinton to pick up my head and sing ‘Mr. Lonely.’ I want to look gorgeous, better dead than I do alive. I want to be buried in a Valentino gown and I want Harry Winston to make me a toe tag. And I want a wind machine so that even in the casket my hair is blowing just like Beyoncé's.”
Gotta love her. RIP Joan Rivers. Wishing peace and love to her family, friends and fans.
Robin Williams brought so much joy to us all. No one can ever dispute his raw talent and his unique sense of humor. I can remember my first encounter with him as Mork of the Mork and Mindy sitcom back in the day "NaNu NaNu" (for those of you that can relate). I never missed an episode. Robin Williams became one of the top actors amongst his peers, whether it was his hilarious antics , his amazing ability to alter the sound of his voice or the tear provoking performances; he earned a place in our hearts and his star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. I love every thing about him as a comedian, an actor and a humanitarian.
May the all that suffer find peace of mind and spirit and live life
Throughout God's word He says that He gives us...the power of gifts and talents. We have to ask God to reveal our gifts and talents...Years ago I did just that I asked God and He revealed to me that I am a Writer. Since then I have exercised that gift from God which I found to be an infinite passion. With God's gifts there's always trials, test and tribulations that appear like fire. Having faith and not giving up is the hardest part of walking through the fire as God intends us to. The sheer joy is knowing that the hand of God is always with me/you and for this I am walking in victory through the fire and I am grateful...never give up on what God gives you because it is yours!
Me, myself I love public affection. Holding hands or the small of her back, a tender or even a passionate kiss, a gentle touch of the face is so special to me. There's something special about a man that expresses his feelings when he doesn't care if the world is watching. It says to me "this is loving" and not just behind closed doors. I've often smiled to a blush when I see couples embrace in public. My husband and I experienced a person driving by and yelling "Get a room!" because we kissed passionately in the spirit of the moment. To find public affection offensive is to be offended by something endearing.