Hollywood Forever

Hollywood Forever Cemetery was a nice place to visit though you don’t want to live there. (lol) Bad joke.

I always enjoyed going there, except for my best friends funeral, but it couldn’t have been a nicer or more beautiful and appropriate setting. He loved film, the Business and Hollywood, like me, we shared that. We shared that,  our wacky out there ideas regarding existence, and vampires. Anyway this post isn’t about that relationship, that is for another time. Had I gotten to work here, like I wanted to do, I might still be in Los Angeles but…it was not meant to be.

This is one of the mausoleums. I don’t know why but I think they are beautiful. I am a energy sensitive person and I never felt creeped out her but peaceful.

Douglas Fairbanks Memorial

The Johnny Ramone Memorial Statue

Hollywood Forever has lots of fun and interesting events. In the summer they show films. In the movie Valentines Day they  Shirley MacLain and Hector Elizondo attended a screening.

They have a celebration on the Latino holiday Día de los Muertos, Day of the Dead.

 Photo by Christopher Victorio

If you live in the Greater Los Angeles Area you most likely know about it. If you are visiting go.

Here are some links:

http://www.hollywoodforever.com/

Cinespia Calender

http://www.cinespia.org/calendar

Stefan Venbroek

This was posted by a fellow worldpress blogger of an amazing artist!

World Press blogger:

http://powerofh.wordpress.com/

http://powerofh.wordpress.com/2012/06/30/stefan-venbroek/

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE his work.

When I reblog I can’t control which of my blogs it goes on. Therefore I did it this way.

I Want Candy

Well since I have to study History this summer that is what I am inspired to write about. The Louis the XIV post was not vastly popular….but so the *^%$# what! LOL Yesterday I had a quiz and put the reading off all day, I just did not want to read it prior to taking the quiz.

It was mostly about France, the French Revolution and Napoleon. A lot of battles with strategies (BORING) but I did like the part about Louis XVIII and Marie. Apparently the first couple of years they didn’t consummate the marriage because he had some skin on his uncircumcised penis that hurt if he had an erection. But Marie’s  brother called a doctor in from Austria, who snip snip and fixed the issue. A child was born a year later.

Anyway I knew a lot of this already from the historically accurate movie, Marie Antoinette. (JOKING) However Sophia Coppola (I am seriously jealous of!) made a very entertaining film, which has a fun soundtrack.

Let them eat cake, I think not, but I want candy!

Poor girl, she was just shy and misunderstood. Those “Mean Girls” just bullied her.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0422720/