Monday, March 9, 2020

#73-B! or ZZ Top Documentary Rules And Rocks!

Life here is good—knock-on-wood. Since my last post it has mainly been the same routine: editing, working and sleeping, but I do have a few things that I do want to mention here.

Last week our AACC (Ancient Alien Coffee Club) met at Randy's & Lisa's Save Inn Restaurant for coffee, tea, water or breakfast, again. And it was a blast.

During our meeting we presented one of our anonymous members #73-B (we are all anonymous and only use numbers) with his official alien-attracting helmet that Tony and I had custom made especially for him. It took us an hour—laugh out loud.

Once again we used another colander that we purchased @ Wal-Mart for the base of the helmet and after we  had quit decorating #73-B's helmet with pipe cleaners and stickers we stuck a small LED push button light, on the top of it for special effects.

#73-B seemed to really like his alien-attracting helmet and here is a picture of him wearing it and a picture of me wearing my helmet and my LED magnification glasses with my helmet.

And needless to say, the Save Inn's customers thought it was all very funny, too. Which is exactly the response that I had hoped for, because I believe that we all need to laugh more. 

Last week our good friend Gerry Olert came to visit us. (Gerry is the fabulous, talented video-grapher that made all of our rescue ranch videos for us and he also did the Longmire—Texas Style video spoof that I wrote, directed and produced, in 2016, to make Little Debbie more famous. 

The video spoof starred Little Debbie, our rescue ranch friends/volunteer dog walkers, Chet O'Keefe, Bob (the alien) and me. Tony took these pictures of Gerry filming us at Big Jim's & Lady Liz's Grey Goose Saloon.

During our fun visit with Gerry, we discussed my part and what I should wear in Jay Pennington's & Gerry Olert's upcoming Short Western movie Honey To Vinegar. And the best news is Tony is going to be involved with the movie, too!

Anyway last week I did a lot of research for my crazy old lady's costume to wear for my part in the movie and I purchased some material, etc., so I can make my outfit. Which I plan to hopefully sew later on this week. 

Lastly, last week I watched the new ZZ Top documentary, on Netflix and I just want to highly recommend it, because it was so much fun to watch. And the friends that I recommended it to also loved it. And that is about it for now.

Y'all have a great evening and keep on laughing!


Anonymous said...

As I was perusing some of your older('07,'08) blog posts I came to March 10,2008 and saw it was a special day. So I want to wish You and your Tony a Happy 21 Anniversary! Have him take you some place special tomorrow. Looking forward to your new book too. Have a great evening and Anniversary. And many more good years together.

cousin nancy said...

Hi Anon! Thank you for your comment and kind wishes. But more importantly thank you for reminding me about our anniversary, because we always forget about it—because we are old. Laugh out loud.

If I don't forget about our anniversary, I am going to pretend that I remembered. : )

Fay said...

That video was HILARIOUS and very clever. I can hear "Mommmmmmmyyyyyyyy.....!" in my head and I bust out laughing every time!! Looking forward to your new acting venture, will be awesome

Anonymous said...

☘🍀☘Happy Saint Patrick's Day☘🍀☘
Best to you this Day.

cousin nancy said...

Hi Fay and Anon!

Fay, I am glad that the Longmire—Texas Style video made you laugh, again. I just wish that you could have been in it.

Anon: I hope you had a wonderful St. Patrick's Day, because ours was more than strange.

Y'all take care and keep on laughing!