the paragraph above is based upon big lie only all the stories marilyn has told has happened to her only not anyone else !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the paragraph above is based upon big lie only all the stories marliyn has told about her only not about her any foster sister !!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Marilyn Monroe Foundation, you really must be kidding? This woman who claims to be Monroe's daughter has no proof and is a fraud. As to "Experts in pharmacology never thought she was murdered". What a load of milarky, in fact experts think just the opposite! She was murdered. Just because someone has a history with drugs does not preclude them from foul play - twisted logic.
such a bunch of baloney the real story of marilyn monroe is available only through the marilyn monroe foundation and its links see facebook or goodle search for marilyn monroe foundation.
There is a new movie coming out that exposes the real story of Marilyn Monroe's death her daughter is involved in the production. To be produced in Europe.
Only problem with this recipe is the blender business... or the food processor steel blade. That gives you mush. Lumpy mush at best.
No, what you want is to use that food processor's grating disc. (Way easier than using a box grater, especially when drunk.) You want to grate those 'taters. Chop the onion fine, sure... but grate them 'taters. You will be rewarded with potato pancakes that are so good, you won't know whether to eat 'em or make love to 'em.
I recently read an interesting interview with Marilyn Monroe´s daughter in On the Avenue Magazine http://otamagazine.com/component/content/a… take a look.
this is such bs i read on facebook and elsewhere about her daughter nancy maniscalco miracle who really exposes the myth of marilyn monroe. she, nancy, tells the real story search facebook for the marilyn monroe foundation, and marilyn monroe goddesss of the twentieth century for the real story.
Whenever I see someone doing lawn chores I give a big encouraging smile and wave, especially when it is a kid. When our older kids were young, we spent entire weekends teaching and supervising chores. Specifically, lawn chores. Both my husband and I thought it was important. My husband, trained as a mechanical engineer, wanted everyone to understand the basic workings of a lawn mower, a simple small gas engine. “Anyone can push the pedal down on a Mercedes,” he would say. “But I want you to understand what happens when you push down on that pedal.” He also wanted them to know how it feels to do a good job and get paid for that job. “Anyone can push the pedal down on a Mercedes,” he would repeat. “But I want you to be able to pay for one.”
Of course, the kids couldn’t always get to the chores especially once school started. So one brisk fall day I strapped our baby boy to my chest in a carrier. I thought that my daughter, 14 months older than our boy, would just toddle about and play in the yard with us. That didn’t fly. She freaked out when I walked the 30 foot distance of the yard behind the lawn mower. So I put her in a baby carrier, designed for hiking, on my back. That meant I had one baby tied to my front and one to my back and they loved it.
I looked a little bit like Flick, in the beginning of the movie Bug’s Life, when he was marching around with his one man band grain harvesting system. Like Flick, I saw immense practicality in my little get-up.
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Not a fan of the Browns but love Dunbar. Clever article. I wonder if the Browns disappear Anderson?
I am with you on this Erin, the only reason I carry my cell phone, honestly, is for emergencies either car-wise or mom-wise (she is in a nursing facility)..that is it. Seems everywhere I go everyone is in deep conversation with someone else at the movies, grocery store, everywhere...what is so important to talk about???
You are inimitable, Erin. I spent many an unpleasant hour behind our Toro. Then my parents made the discovery that I could make anything grow so got promoted to working the gardens and my little brother wrestled the monster through the swampland that was our backyard. Your story brought back an almost ancient rite of passage many brats will never know because they are too busy being coddled by their nursemaid computers.
I probably should shut up, they'll probably be my doctor when I'm todding around the old-age home "with a lovely garden view." The doc will be telling my kids "She'd be in better shape, but she keeps sneaking out to the garden and seems happier covered in dirt and scratches than sitting with the other inmates, I mean patients, watching T.V."
I can only imagine what you might find to get into in your golden years.
Polluting, noisy, obsessive and unnecessary....and time to evolve. "0"- Scape for a better environment and economy!
i feel as though you might be wrong about what you are saying if you looked more into it im sure you would have seen that if it was a suicide why had her crime scene look like there had been a struggle get ur facts straight!
Tony Blankley following Arlen Specter?
Even the most lobotomized liberal drone would never suggest such a thing.
I'm aware of the Blankley-envy on the left, but there's no need to paint pictures which have zero plausibility. Just a thought.
My friend it’s kind of funny how you write so much about the filming of The Misfits yet you fail to mention the fact that in all do respect Mr. Miller was the junkie and alcoholic (treated in 1966 for liver disease) also it was his indiscretions with Inge Morath during that time which lead filming delays and to his separation from Miss Monroe and subsequent divorce. It’s about time we get it right regarding Miss. Marilyn Monroe….!
Great post Erin. I'm one of those texters who actually tries to use complete words and punctuation. I am a jackass, or would that be JA?
We had one of those old phones, it came with a house we bought after we were married (and, oddly enough, the house was even older than the phone, dating back to the invention of Fire, we think).
I'm thinking of getting a phone for my child, just so I don't have to hear "can I play a game on your phone?" anymore.
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