The friend in my adversity I shall always cherish the most. I can better trust those who helped me to relieve the gloom of my dark hours than those who are so ready to enjoy with me the sunshine of my prosperity. Ulysses S. Grant
If you want to be happy…be. Leo Tolstoy
Well, for anyone that might be wondering…I am loving home health nursing so far. I am still in the “honeymoon phase” (as I call it when you first start a new job) and I am sure there will be some days that are harder than others but I really do like it a lot. As a matter of fact, it is right up my alley! Why didn’t I think of this sooner? I love going into people’s homes and talking to them one on one without the rushed feeling I had in the hospitals. I love that I can sit down on the couch with them in their living room and help them understand their illness and check up on them when they might not have anyone else to do it. It makes me feel good. :) I don’t mind the travel. It is sunny every day here in AZ so it’s always a nice drive. (Really hot here right now though). Traffic can get bad but I try to plan my visits to avoid rush hour …
Born Harriette Arlene Lake January 22, 1909(1909-01-22) Valley City, North Dakota Died March 15, 2001 (aged 92) Ketchum, Idaho Spouse(s) Roger Pryor (1936-1943) Robert Sterling (1943-1949) Sothern was born Harriette Arlene Lake in Valley City, North Dakota, but was raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she graduated from Central High School in 1927. She also attended the same school with classmate Edward Heimberger (later to become known as Eddie Albert), who was already a senior. Sothern left home very young and began her film career as an extra in the 1927 film, Broadway Nights at the age of 18. During 1929 and 1930, she appeared as a chorus girl in such films as The Show of Shows and Whoopee! (as one of the “Goldwyn Girls”). She also appeared on Broadway and had a trained voice, occasionally singing in films. On Broadway in 1931, she had leading roles in America’s Sweetheart (135 performances in which she sang “I’ve Got Five Dollars” and “We’ll Be The Same”) and in Everybody’s Welcome (139 performances). Read more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ann_Sothern Timeless Ann …
Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. Harold R. McAlindon
Beautiful fashion model Anne St. Marie. favorite! A gorgeous set at flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tompalumbo/sets/72157603801859803/ taken by her husband, fashion photographer Tom Palumbo, who graciously shares them with us. Images below from Flickr set:
Born Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler November 9, 1914(1914-11-09) Vienna, Austria Died January 19, 2000 (aged 85) Orlando, Florida Years active 1930 – 1958 Spouse(s) Fritz Mandl (1933-1937) Gene Markey (1939-1941) John Loder (1943-1947) Teddy Stauffer (1951-1952) W. Howard Lee (1953-1960) Lewis J. Boies (1963-1965) Hedy Lamarr (November 9, 1914 – January 19, 2000) was an Austrian-born American actress and scientist. Though known primarily for her acting (she was a major MGM contract star), she also co-invented an early form of spread spectrum communications technology, a key to modern wireless communication. Did you know she was featured on this Corel Draw package? Read more at Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hedy_Lamarr Enjoy these beautiful pictures of smart and sexy Hedy Lamarr! FeeFee
I have also collected photos of individual things that caught my eye. I am sorry but I do not know the sources. Some of them are one of a kind or antique. Just pretty stuff to look at and get ideas from. These old medical tables would make great side tables in the bedroom or living room. I love the chair but I also like the old lockers.