Hi Everyone! I know I promised this last week, but life happens (I had a nasty fall last week, but I’m fine now) and I finally finished this today. (Working on a belated Nimoy 90th tribute too)
Happy Belated 90th Birthday to Bill Shatner – what a life! I think I’ve captured a moment from all nine decades you’ve been around. If you look closely, you’ll see pictures with a few couplings of Bill with actors he worked with more than once, dappled with some memorable Kirk moments as well as LOTS of humor. I especially like all the “Bills” having a group ‘hug’ at the bottom. Even Spock is having a laugh! So be sure to zoom in to see all the details!
I hope we can all be as sharp and active as The Shat Man is when we hit 90! Best wishes Always, Therese.
First, I was watching the news recently and one of my favorite commentators was on. It’s Professor Jason Johnson, who is an associate professor of communication and journalism at Morgan State University as well as a regular political contributor to MSNBC and CNN.
Now in the past, I’ve noticed his Green Lantern Figure on his shelves, but he occasionally switches out his background art, and I was happy to see that on this day, he had the famous cover of Ebony from January of 1967 with Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Uhura! That was a nice surprise! Live Long and Prosper Professor Johnson!
And just yesterday on one of my favorite fashion websites, TomandLorenzo.com, the guys featured these bizarre fashion “Four-Toed- Boots” by AVAVAV. It was categorized under their Yay or Nay section, and I’d have to say Nay! I think the only advantage of these is if someone steps on your toes, you won’t feel it! (But Great for cosplay, I’m sure)
Now WHY anyone would wear these is beyond me, but hey, I know someone who’d really be into it…
Need I say more?? Hoping you’re warm and cozy wherever you are! ❤ -Therese
Since everyone’s making “Bernie in his Coat and Mittens” meme since yesterday’s beautiful Inauguration, I had to make some too! Yes, there’s some Trek ones! (You know me with inspiration! Enjoy! – Therese
Well, 2020 has been so scary, I’m thinking Halloween won’t be too bad. Alas, we’re not even handing out candy this year 😦 But I hope you’re enjoying the holiday in your own special way, and I wouldn’t mind joining THIS little party!
September 8th 1966, the birth of Star Trek and a vision of hope for the future begins! Happy Star Trek Day! May we All Live Long and Prosper! May the humanity of the Trek Universe always be an inspiration for our lives