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Saturday 9: My Funny Valentine (1953)
3) Sinatra is often photographed in hats because he began losing his hair while in his 30s. He wore "a rug" for TV, concert and film appearances but really didn't like it, considering the toupee merely part of his work attire. What do you wear when you wish to appear professional?
I can't remember the last time I had to appear "professional." Maybe 2003, when I was working in a doctor's office. I just wore slacks and a nice top of some sort.
I'd say cake decorating, since I've done so much of it, but my hands don't let me decorate any more.
My first "real" job was washing test tubes in a medical laboratory and helping to hold frightened patients down when their blood was being collected.
This is the last Saturday 9 before Valentine's Day and so this morning we shall focus on the upcoming holiday.
6) The holiday is also known as The Feast of St. Valentine. Do you have a special meal planned for Tuesday?
Nope. My son will be cooking anyway.
7) The phrase "wear your heart on your sleeve" began in medieval times. On Valentine's Day, men would celebrate the holiday by displaying their lady love's name on their sleeves. If you were going to adopt this custom, whose name would you wear?
9) Sweethearts, those candy hearts with sayings like "BE MINE" stamped on them, began as throat lozenges. Are you fan of these little candies?