How nice he signed it as Steve only. Your rooms must be full of mementos.
Ah, and Hello Michele sent me.
Hi Old old lady of the hills....
It is so nice to receive something like that, that means so much to you....
I am going to have a look around.
michele sent me
Good luck on the bidding!!
Neat, neat stuff in that auction. Sorry you didn't get the piece you wanted, but at least the Charity made out.
You get to do so many interesting things, and I love hearing about all of them - both then, and now.
michele sent me today, but I love visiting here no matter what.
I am sorry you didn't win but as you said it is good for the charity that it went high.
800 dollars IS a real bargain I would have loved to have won that auction. I wonder if Marc Cherry would let me visit anyway LOL
Sorry you didn't win the bid but "yay!" for the charity. Better luck next year :)
That is just the coolest thing ever! I love Sondheim too. I love musicals in general. And that is a wonderful song. Thank you for sharing that!
Sorry you didn't win Naomi....but you do have quite a prize in the Sondheim piece! Love that!
Someone is big American Idol fans!! That would be fun to attend the finale! Sounds like the shows went very well! Looking forward to an very informative post! ;)
Oooh, I would love to have lunch with Denton. He used to live in Raleigh......who knew??
I know you will treasure your Sondheim music....sorry you didn't get the other one.
Sounds like an everybody wins situation! Can't believe how much the AI tix went for Whew!
Wow, how lovely to receive this gift signed by Stephen Sondheim!
Your life is so interesting, Naomi, full of lovely events and lovely friends!
I agree with others, I am sorry you didn't win the piece you wanted, but you have the Sondheim piece! Great!
Sorry you didn't get it but the charity action seems to have done very good. Wow, and the one you have is specially dedicated! can't read music at all, but I am sure it is a pretty piece.
Missed you yesterday. There was a real bidding war for the American Idol and Desperate Housewives auction items. My favorite number, of course, was Betty's singing those fantastic Comden/Green songs while a montage of her and Frank Sinatra appeared on the big screen behind her. Fantastic, I could have listened to her all night long. You're right--Kevin Earley had a killer voice as did so many people in the benefit. Valarie Pettiford's dance was a knockout and I loved all the "On the Town" and "Wonderful Town" stuff. Great to see Mary Jo Catlett in the plum role of Ruth Sherwood. And Carole Cook had the crowd in the palm of her hand as always. Best CC line: "I can't believe I've lived long enough to be more attractive than Elizabeth Taylor!"
The Sondheim note is incredible. He is a genius of our time. Good for you!
Vanx (Verb-ops, that is)
Your description is rich enough that we don't need a picture. You painted it with words.
Name: OldOldLady Of The Hills
Location: Los Angeles, California