|Enjoying the Oscars with a LARGE Popcorn!|
For example, I treasured the performance of Lady Gaga singing selections from The Sound of Music. Not just because she showcased a lovely singing voice that has been previously eclipsed by wearing a suit of meat, but because Harriett and I spent the performance cheering for Gaga to "keep it normal" and "keep the dress on!" We were both delighted when she remained relatively normal throughout the entire performance. Hats off to you, Gaga.
Then the REAL Julie Andrews came out!! We love her! Harriett was surprised to learn that she's 9 years older than Grandma! Very Cool!
I got thinking about my own Oscars. What would my life's story be called? If I was giving out Oscars to the people who do the most important things in my life, The Oscars would go to:
Best Producers: Pat and Dick Thompson (Get it, they "produced" me!)
Best Editor: Luke Swager (He keeps me from getting too far off the beaten path)
Best Soundtrack in a feature film: My Kids: Jordan & Spencer Roberts and Isaac Swager on Tuba, Lydia, Harriett, Simon and Sylvia Swager featured on a variety of vocal and background noise.
Best Screenwriter for my feature film: God (He writes ALL of my stories)
Best Set design: Again, the Roberts/Swager kids for their constant re-design of my background (and foreground.)
Best Supporting Actress: The nominees are too numerous to mention. If you are a woman and one of my dear friends, IT'S YOU!
Best Supporting Actor: Again, hard to call: If you're one of the fellas that make my life a better place, IT'S YOU!
Best Electrician: MAXIMO (My Pacemaker) and Dr. Liu (My pacemaker cardiologist)
Best Gaffer: Joe Thompson. Hands down. Best. Gaffer. Ever. (Good brother, too!)
I feel like Meryl Streep should have won something, as she's been such a lovely actress for a long time in lots of movies I've enjoyed. However, compared to all of you, she can't hold a candle. I've been so blessed by so many wonderful people in my life!
And the one you've all waited for: Best Picture goes to my life story, which is called...