Thursday, August 25, 2005

eeeew! what stinks???

This is too funny: Britney...Oops I farted again!

Come on! You know they dont ALL smell like roses! Click the rose...

Marilyn Monroe's Blog Pictorial Debut

From the not-so-simple Norma Jeane...


The fabulous,




glamorous, fun,











unstoppable Marilyn Monroe...

Rest in peace Marilyn
June 1, 1926
August 5, 1962

Marilyn on my mind

Marilyn...America's First Sex Goddess

Marilyn Monroe posed for the first ever issue of Playboy

At the moment this just seemed interesting. She was beautiful. I found the FBI reports surrounding her death. They can be read by clicking here: Marilyn Monroe. I also stumbled upon another interesting article that you can access by clicking here: Tapes reveal Marilyn Monroe's secrets. As one reads the transcripts you will learn that Ms. Monroe had a shocking one night affair with a certain Joan Crawford!

"We went to Joan's bedroom...Crawford had a gigantic orgasm and shrieked like a maniac...Next time I saw Crawford she wanted another round. I told her straight out I didn't much enjoy doing it with a woman. After I turned her down, she became spiteful. An English poet best describes it: hath no rage like love to hatred turned; and hell hath no fury like a woman scorned - most people wrongly credit that to Shakespeare. William Congreve is the author. That's me, Marilyn Monroe, the classical scholar."

Getting beyond the shocker (and her own apparent disappointment) of her sexual encounter with another woman, there is much more to be learned by reading the transcripts.
This all came about because of a former Los Angeles County prosecutor named John Miner aged 86, believes that Marilyn Monroe did not commit suicide but may have been murdered. After Ms. Monroe's death in 1962, Miner was one of the lead investigators in the happenings of that fateful August day. As a part of the investigation (and one wonders if this was also in part to satisfy a man's curiosity) he questioned Ms. Monroe's psychiatrist, Dr. Ralph Greenson.

Dr. Greenson had ownership of several audiotapes that had been made by Marilyn Monroe in which she used free association to simply record whatever came to mind. Coincidentally these tapes had been recorded just days before Marilyn's death. Apparently this was part of a therapy that Dr. Greenson had prescribed to his famous patient.

Dr. Greenson proceeded to play the tapes for Investigator Miner on the strict agreement that he would never reveal their contents. Allegedly the audiotapes were destroyed and no transcripts were thought to be in existence.
And then...Miner kept his promise to Dr. Greenson until the good doctor's death. Then there were these recent books about Marilyn that attempted to implicate Dr. Greenson with the starlet's early end. So, Investigator Miner got permission from Dr. Greenson's widow to reveal the hidden transcripts of the tapes that had been taken almost verbatim from the sultry star's supposed recordings.

Marilyn seemed anything but suicidal during the making of these audiotapes just days before her final exit. She stated definite plans for her future. A stint with Shakespeare and Lee Strasberg was also included in her future plans:

"I'll pay him to work only with me. He said I could do Shakespeare, I'll make him prove it!…Then I'll produce and act in the Marilyn Monroe Shakespeare Film Festival which will put his major plays on film...I've read all of Shakespeare and practiced a lot of lines. I won't have to worry about the scripts. I'll have the greatest script writer who ever lived working for me and I don't have to pay him!…I've some wonderful ideas for Lady Macbeth and Queen Gertrude. I feel certain I'll win an Oscar for one or more of my Shakespearean women."

This is a side of Marilyn Monroe that I think most of us have not known. She was a seductress with a gaze that could ignite flames in men and women with a body that only God could carve. But, beyond that she was much, much more. She was intelligent and yearned to be taken for more than her sexuality.

The tapes reveal that at age 36, Marilyn conducted an account of the parts of her that the world were most interested in:

"I stood naked in front of my full length mirrors for a long time yesterday. I was all made up with my hair done. What did I see? My breasts are beginning to sag a bit. My waist isn't bad. My ass is what it should be, the best there is. Legs, knees and ankles still shapely. And my feet are not too big. OK, Marilyn, you have it all there."

The Loves of Norma Jeane and Marilyn

Marilyn also talked about her famous former husbands in the tapes. She confirmed the feelings that still existed for her ex Joe DiMaggio.

"Joe D. loves Marilyn Monroe and always will. I love him and always will. But Joe couldn't stay married to Marilyn Monroe, the famous movie star. Joe has an image in his stubborn Italian head of a traditional Italian wife. She would have to be faithful, do what he tells her, devote all of herself to him. Doctor, you know that's not me.

It's different with Arthur. Marrying him was my mistake, not his. He couldn't give me the attention, warmth and affection I need. It's not in his nature. Arthur never credited me with much intelligence. He couldn't share his intellectual life with me. As bed partners we were so-so. He was not that much interested. You know I think his little Jewish father had more genuine affection for me than Arthur did."

Marilyn had three marriages. The first was on June 19, 1942 when she wed her 21-year-old neighbor Jimmy Dougherty and she was known by her given name of Norma Jeane Baker. Here she appears as a beautiful young bride:

Taken June 19, 1942 before Norma Jeane became the famed Marilyn.
The second marriage took place on January 14, 1954, when Marilyn married baseball superstar Joe DiMaggio at San Francisco's City Hall. They had been a couple for two years, after Joe asked his agent to arrange a dinner date. "I don't know if I'm in love with him yet," Marilyn said when the press got word of their relationship, "but I know I like him more than any man I've ever met." During their Tokyo honeymoon, Marilyn took time to perform for the service men stationed in Korea. Her presence caused a near-riot among the troops, and Joe was clearly uncomfortable with thousands of men ogling his new bride.

Unfortunately, Marilyn's fame and sexual image became a theme that haunted their marriage. Nine months later on October 27, 1954, Marilyn and Joe divorced. They attributed the split to a "conflict of careers," and remained close friends.

Then on June 29, 1956, Marilyn wed playwright Arthur Miller. This would be her third and final marriage that would also end in divorce. The couple met through Lee Strasberg, and friends reported she made him "giddy." While they were married, Arthur wrote the part of Roslyn Taber in 1961's The Misfits especially for Marilyn. The movie co-starred Clark Gable and Montgomery Clift. Sadly, the marriage between Marilyn and Arthur ended on January 20, 1961, and The Misfits was to be Marilyn's (and Gable's) last completed film.
Sadly, The Starlet's Star Fades Into Eternity
Sadly, in a shocking turn of events on the early morning of August 5, 1962, 36-year-old Marilyn died in her sleep at her Brentwood, California home. The world was stunned. Marilyn's vibrant spirit and beauty made it impossible to believe she was gone. On August 8, 1962, Marilyn's body was laid to rest in the Corridor of Memories, #24, at Westwood Memorial Park in Los Angeles, California.

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

What is Heatwave?

Doggie Daycare???

So, a lot has changed besides becoming a part of my new found family. I resigned from my mundane hospital career in pursuit of opening my own business. I will update the blog as much as possible to record the progress.
Meet my inspiration:

From L to R: Buters, 18yrs; Chloe, 4yrs; Mattie, 4yrs

I am going to open a doggie daycare and spa. It will be complete with an indoor yard, a boutique, a 'salon', and individual suites. I am very excited in pursuing this.

There is a demand for this in the Los Angeles area and the beach communities. You can do a general search online to see the ones that are already operational. It is THE growing service in the pet industry. More and more are popping up all over the place

I just adore dogs!! xxxooo

Sunday, August 21, 2005

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