DAILY CALENDAR CHALLENGE #069 – MARCH 10
#1 THE ORIGAMI CALENDAR CHALLENGE – THAT WASN’T!
As I said yesterday, the origami challenge when to the dogs this weekend. Instead of a challenge the calendar wasted two days with B.S. trivia about a record store I’d never want to visit. Faithful to my mission I spent the weekend foldings puppies and dogs. For today I did another Mlle. Renee …
Notice I used a golden-brown paper closer to her natural color.
Yes, I went to Michaels to restock my dwindling origami papers and wiggle eyes. I haven’t looked yet, but hopefully the calendar will have a challenge for Monday.
To solve this puzzle and earn a gold star like I did, your really have to get the lead out.
#3 THE PAGE-A-DAY PUZZLE CALENDAR – TRACE OUT
HOLLYWOOD REVIEW OF 1229
Ukelele Ike aka. Cliff Edwards aka. Jiminy Cricket
(Lyrics by Arthur Freed and music by Nacio Herb Brown)
Since it has been raining here for the past three days, I thought this clip would be a pleasant way to end the weekend.
UKELELE IKE … Clifton A. Edwards was born in Hannibal, Missouri in 1895. He moved to Saint Louis when he was 14 where he sang and played the ukulele in the local saloons. He moved on to the vaudeville circuits and eventually played on Broadway in the Ziegfeld Follies and other Broadway musicals. He was an early recording star and his 1929 recording of Singin’ In The Rain was #1 on the pop charts for three weeks. He was a star of stage, screen, radio, television and the recording industry. He died in poverty in 1971 and his unclaimed body was donated to a medical school. His best remembered film roles were the unseen dying soldier in Gone With The Wind and the voice of Jiminy Cricket in Pinnochio. His 1940 recording of WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002.
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