Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Elizabeth Taylor

This is a post card of a lazy cat lol
Have you ever noticed cat eyes? They are almost hypnotic
as were the violet eyes of a most wonderful actress

National Velvet was a very touching series about a young girl who believed in her horse.
I am not surprised it launched her career as a great actress we all know today who raised herself up to play the role of Kings.

She cared about people and issues in spite of all her personal problems.
I am sure the world will always remember her as a generous human being and a wonderful actress and legend.

WEIRD COINCIDENCE OR FATE? Mike Todd, Elizabeth Taylors' love of her life died March 22 1958 and she also died March 22nd .


George said...

What a wonderful tribute to a great actress. I don't think we'll see anyone like her again.

Gattina said...

I agree with George. She was the last great Holiwood star and now she is gone too. It's amazing that she made it to nearly 80 years with all the health problems she had.

SandyCarlson said...

Her passing is a sad one. She contributed much to the arts.

A Lady's Life said...

Thanks Guys . This Lady has indeed become a Legend of her own making and its easy to talk about her because she left us many memories of life and style and strength.
She was all woman.

Lindsey said...

National Velvet was a classic, wasn't it?
Thank you for sharing the stories about your mom, you are surely a dedicated, loving daughter! How beautiful that your hobby has turned into something else entirely!

A Lady's Life said...

Lindsey - I guess we have things inside all of us we want to express.
And what better way than through things made by your own hands.

This is what makes artists such special people to be admired and loved.