While Searching For Mrs. Doubtfire

Monday, February 10, 2014


Well, this is like the most surprising thing that has ever happened to me while searching for movie photos to add to a post.

I had originally planned on posting just a movie review today, sharing my admiration for Robin Williams in his dazzling portrayal of Euphegenia Doubtfire in the hilarious movie, Mrs. Doubtfire.

Yet when this surprising thing happened to me on Saturday night, I decided to include it within this post.

Now I have say that I’m not normally a HUGE Robin Williams fan when it comes to his comedies. Don’t get me wrong, I think he’s an extremely gifted actor, it's just that I prefer him in more dramatic roles because there is something manic about his energy that exhausts me whenever I watch him in most comedies.

HOWEVER…

There is one comedy I adore him in, where I feel that his manic energy is balanced with some really beautiful low-keyed dramatic acting. For being a comedy, Mrs. Doubtfire has many quiet and serious moments as well. And I love the ending because it isn't a totally happily ever after conclusion - it leaves you wondering.

I think Robin Williams did an amazing job portraying Mrs. Doubtfire because you actually forget that she is a he and believe you're watching an elderly woman. And not only because of the brilliant makeup, hair and costumes, but also his voice and mannerisms are truly stellar. To me, he IS Mrs. Doubtfire because he encompassed the character so fully - mind, body and spirit.

Even to this very day whenever I watch this film, I laugh and am touched just as much as I did and was, seeing it the first time.

Robin Williams ROCKS in this film!


Now, getting back to the surprising thing that happened to me...

As I was doing a Google search for Mrs. Doubtfire, I clicked on the images link and began scrolling down the page, when I spotted this photo…


So I clicked on it and suddenly saw this…


Notice the group of thumbnail photographs on the right. Do you see a familiar face?

Yes....it's ME!

So I clicked on the photo and saw this...


This was a photograph I took of myself for a post I shared TWO years ago on this blog.

OMG...I was mystified by how that photo got on the same Google search for Mrs. Doubtfire, and at the same time HORRIFIED that it was THAT photo! I can't believe I even put that photograph on this blog, let alone forgot it would be out there on the Internet for ETERNITY.

But still, I guess I should be flattered and honored that I'm on the Google search for images of Mrs. Doubtfire. I mean, yeah, I can see the similarities, can't you?

*tee, hee*


So perhaps if they ever make a Mrs. Doubtfire Part 2, Hollywood will call and ask if I'm interested in being Robin William's stand-in.


Nah...because this photo makes me look like Mrs. Doubtfire if she were a MANATEE.

Have a marvi Monday, y'all!

66 Comments:

  1. The Aspirer said...:

    Like you, I tend to prefer Robin Williams' more dramatic roles myself. Kind of like Bill Murray, I think he is a gifted actor who was for too long pegged as "just a comedian." I think what both actors have in common, though, is something you have in abundance: absolute confidence in yourself as a person! That is not something very many people have, but it is something that I wish I possessed.


    But more to the point: hilarious! If they ever make a sequel, maybe they will give you a call if Robin's asking price is too high.

  1. Valerie said...:

    Well, are you interested in being a stand-in...haha. I'm puzzled, Ron. It just goes to show we can never trust the internet to safeguard our privacy. I'm trying to decide what I would have put in the search engine to come up with both photos.... stuff on face was the only thing that came to mind whaaaaaaa. It's a good job you have a sense of humour, I would have been flaming by now!


    As for Robin Williams, I liked him in Mrs D but can't remember seeing him in anything else. I keep getting him mixed up with our Robbie Williams, or should that be the other way round..lol.


    Enjoy your week and don't do anything rash, you never know who''s looking!!!!

  1. I've never seen Mrs Doubfire maybe it's because I tend to stay away from certain types of comedy but those pictures look absolutely hilarious. You must have had a right shock noticing your own picture on Google, ha ha ha. I wonder if you walked down the streets with that stuff on your face, if you'll be recognised too, ha ha ha. You'll never know unless you try.

  1. I liked that movie, too. And it's been interesting to watch Robin Williams take on darker roles as he's aged.


    That's absolutely hysterical that your photo popped up in the search. Once I was looking for something unrelated to skinny-dipping (I promise!) and a photo from my blog popped up of me skinny dipping in the Tasman Sea. It was a discrete photo - from the back, water up almost to my waist - but I almost choked when I saw it! Once you've published something, you lose all control over it.

  1. babs (beetle) said...:

    I love that movie. In fact I grew to love Mrs Doubtfire and was a little sad she had to become a 'he' again.

    I am amazed that your photo would come up in a Google search. That's so funny! Makes me a bit glad I keep photos of myself to a very limited few ;)

  1. Bijoux said...:

    That is freaky that you turned up in that google search! I turned off google searchability when I set up my blog, just for that reason. Damn google!

  1. David Oliver said...:

    I discovered not long ago that Google will not let you delete pictures you have uploaded. I'm sure they, like Facebook and most if not all other internet companies share and sell our photos.

    It does say a huge amount about your creative ability to have your picture shown with Robin Williams' pictures. You just might get a call one of these days!

  1. SuziCate said...:

    That is hilarious! I think you're just as funny as Robin Williams. He did a great job as Mrs. Doubtfire...what a funny movie. It was one of those movies my kids watched over and over and over as children! I watched The Butler the other night and he played Eisenhower.

  1. dalecooper57 said...:

    Think I'll take your version Ron, never did like that film.
    Only really like Williams when he's doing stand-up and when he plays against type, like One Hour Photo and Insomnia.

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Nathaniel!

    "Kind of like Bill Murray, I think he is a gifted actor who was for too long pegged as "just a comedian."

    Yes! Yes! Yes! I agree! And it's ironic you mentioned Bill Murray because I was talking about him with someone on the phone last night, and how he was one of the original SNL cast members. He's a very funny guy, but he's also a damn good dramatic actor as well.

    "That is not something very many people have, but it is something that I wish I possessed."

    I think confidence comes with life. I was a extremely insecure person when I was younger. And I still do have insecurities and fears. However, I've learned to be confident even when I fear something because I would rather walk through the fear than allow it to paralyze me.

    " If they ever make a sequel, maybe they will give you a call if Robin's asking price is too high."



    HA! You think?


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a SUPER week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Good Morning Valerie!

    "It just goes to show we can never trust the internet to safeguard our privacy. I'm trying to decide what I would have put in the search engine to come up with both photos.... stuff on face was the only thing that came to mind whaaaaaaa."

    Do you know what's odd though? All I typed in was "Mrs. Doubtfire" and the picture showed up in the images search. And it's not like I tagged the photo with keywords before I published that post two years ago - it just showed up. Isn't that strange?

    "I keep getting him mixed up with our Robbie Williams, or should that be the other way round..lol."



    HA! I LOVE Robbie Williams! I really enjoyed him in the movie, " Mrs.Henderson Presents" with Judi Dench. Great film!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Have a faaaabulous week!


    X to you and Joe!

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Rum Punch!

    "I've never seen Mrs Doubfire maybe it's because I tend to stay away from certain types of comedy but those pictures look absolutely hilarious."

    As I shared, I'm not a huge fan of Robin Williams in comedies, however, this one was truly brilliant! He does a lot ad-libbing in this film, which is hysterical. It amazes me how fast he can think on his feet.

    "I wonder if you walked down the streets with that stuff on your face, if you'll be recognised too, ha ha ha. You'll never know unless you try."



    HA! Yeah, I may try that and see what kind of reaction I get!


    Always great seeing ya, buddy. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a super week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    "And it's been interesting to watch Robin Williams take on darker roles as he's aged."

    Yes, I agree! And I love him in those darker roles. He's a very versatile actor! And one of my favorite drama's he was ever in is "Awakenings" with Robert De Niro. Love that film.

    "I was looking for something unrelated to skinny-dipping (I promise!) and a photo from my blog popped up of me skinny dipping in the Tasman Sea. It was a discrete photo - from the back, water up almost to my waist - but I almost choked when I saw it!"



    OMG...how funny! See! At least I'm not the only one who this has happened to. Isn't it amazing how certain pictures will show up in a search? And even more amazing when it's one of OURS - HA!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Have a super week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    "I love that movie. In fact I grew to love Mrs Doubtfire and was a little sad she had to become a 'he' again."

    OMG...me too, Babs! I was so sad :(

    But at least she/he lived on in that television show at the end.

    "I am amazed that your photo would come up in a Google search. That's so funny! Makes me a bit glad I keep photos of myself to a very limited few ;)"



    Isn't that amazingly freaky!?!? When it popped up in the search I thought, "OMG...that can't be me, can it!!?!" But it was.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, Babs. I hope all is going well with your picture organizing. Have a SUPER week!


    X to you and Mo!

  1. Ron said...:

    "That is freaky that you turned up in that google search!"


    TOTALLY freaky, yes! Because it wasn't liked I typed in anything specific on my search. I just typed in "Mrs. Doubtfire" and there it was - HA!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have an AWESOME week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there David!

    "I discovered not long ago that Google will not let you delete pictures you have uploaded. I'm sure they, like Facebook and most if not all other internet companies share and sell our photos."

    Yes, exactly. Once a photo (or post) is published...it's out there forever. But what puzzled me is how it showed up without typing in any specific search words, other than "Mrs. Doubtfire." Isn't that freaky?

    "You just might get a call one of these days!"



    HA! Yeah...and then it's on to HOLLYWOOD!


    Thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a grrrrrrreat week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Wasn't that film HILARIOUS? And Robin Williams was sheer brilliance in that role. I own the movie and will watch it a few times a year, and laugh...and laugh...and laugh.

    " I watched The Butler the other night and he played Eisenhower."



    Thank you so much for mentioning that film, Suzi, because I haven't seen it yet but heard GREAT things about it. And I don't think I knew that Robin Williams was in it. I have to see if I can find a used copy at FYI this week.


    Thanks a bunch for stopping by. Have a faaaaabulous week!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    "and when he plays against type, like One Hour Photo and Insomnia."


    I soooooo agree, Dale! Loved him in both those films! I also loved him in "The Fisher King" and "Awakenings."


    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy. Have a most excellent week!
    X

  1. Shae said...:

    Hi there Ronnie! I just wanted to start by letting you know I first viewed this post in Firefox and it would not give me the option to comment. I had to switch to Internet Explorer to comment. Just thought it was odd...Anywho...
    I think the fact that YOUR PHOTO popped up for Mrs. Doubtfire is hilarious and actually kinda perfect. You are such a funny person and you are able to encompass all different personalities on your blog i.e; funny, serious, sweet, angry...that you are kinda just like Robin Williams when he plays Mrs. Doubtfire. Pretty funny and awesome my friend!

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Rob!

    HA! Thanks, buddy :) I made that photo over at Face In Hole. You can make all sorts of funny things over on that site.

    "You would be a GREAT Mrs. Doubtfire--even better than the manatee,"

    HAHAHAHAHA! Ya, think?

    "And you know I've heard several people make the very same complaint about Robin Williams' manic energy--and they also use the word "manic." So it ain't just you, buddy."

    Yes, and I work with a lady who shares the same feeling. She likes him, but only in certain roles. And not in most comedies.

    "But he truly is a gifted actor and I had the pleasure of seeing him on Broadway a few years back. The show wasn't that good, frankly, but Robin Williams really commanded the stage."



    Oh how cool! You got to see him LIVE? And I bet he was faaaaaabulous because he started as a stand-up, performing live, so I bet it DOES know how to command the stage! Live performing is not easy, but it's oh so rewarding.


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a SUPA' week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hola Denise!

    Thanks : ) I created that photo over at Face In Hole and then made a collage with the manatee photo.

    " And how funny your photo showed up in the search for this movie."

    Isn't that hilarious? I was shocked when I saw it!!!

    "My favorite part is when he and Pierce Brosnan are in the restaurant talking about the vibrator. Hysterical!"

    Bwhahahahhaahaha! OMG yes...that part was sooooooo hysterical! And it was Pierce Brosnan's reactions to what he was saying that made the scene extra funny!

    "I think Robin Williams is a gifted actor too, but am more impressed with his dramatic ability."



    Me as well.


    Much thanks for stopping by, girl. Have a spectacular Monday and week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Shae!

    Thank you so much for letting me know that. Something has been going on with Disqus for the past week, where some people are not able to comment using certain browsers (like Firefox). And it seems to be hit or miss. Some people have no problem, but others do. Sorry about that. Hopefully they're working on fixing it. Anyway, glad you were able to comment using IE. I only use Chrome, which seems to work best with Disqus.

    "I think the fact that YOUR PHOTO popped up for Mrs. Doubtfire is hilarious and actually kinda perfect."



    HA! Isn't that the strangest but most hilarious thing? I was shocked when I saw my photo in the search!


    Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet words, my friend. Thank you ....X


    Have a faaaaaabulous week!
    X

  1. Mark Petruska said...:

    How funny! A friend of mine was doing a search for wine racks at IKEA and came across one of MY blog posts yesterday! What are the odds?


    My favorite sitcom as a kid was Mork & Mindy. I had a lunchbox and everything. I've always been a fan of Robin Williams, though I agree that he is especially good in dramatic roles...surprisingly. He did a great job in Insomnia with Al Pacino, and One Hour Photo. And I believe he won an Oscar for Good Will Hunting. Not bad for a guy who started out with a silly little catchphrase. Nanu, nanu!

  1. Matt said...:

    "Nah...because this photo makes me look like Mrs. Doubtfire if she were a MANATEE."


    ROFLMAO!


    I saw this film only once and remember how much I laughed, so I need to watch it again. Robin Williams is a genius. I like him in most comedies but am even more in awe at his dramatic ability. He's one of those actors who can crossover and do both. He's also great at being scary.


    Hilarious post, dude!

  1. Ron said...:

    " A friend of mine was doing a search for wine racks at IKEA and came across one of MY blog posts yesterday! What are the odds?"

    OMG...what are the odds is right, Mark! That's amazing!

    Yes! Mork and Mindy! God, I remember watching that like it was yesterday. And it was that show I think, which really launched his career into movies.

    "he is especially good in dramatic roles...surprisingly. He did a great job in Insomnia with Al Pacino, and One Hour Photo. And I believe he won an Oscar for Good Will Hunting."

    I agree! Loved him in ALL those films. I also loved him in Awakenings with De Niro. He's a very diverse actor.



    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a faaaaaaaaabulous week!


    X to you and Tara!


    "Nanu...nanu!"

  1. Ron said...:

    Hiya Matt!

    " I like him in most comedies but am even more in awe at his dramatic ability. He's one of those actors who can crossover and do both. He's also great at being scary."



    Me as well! I am so impressed with this his dramatic, and yes, his ability to also be SCARY. Like, One Hour Photo!!!! Gave me the creeps!


    The Fisher King and Awakenings are also two on my favs of his.


    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a most excellent week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    " I immediately rushed over to google to recreate it... but I didn't get your picture. DARN!"

    OMG...you kidding? DRATS! I should have saved the exact link, but didn't. I took several screen shots on Saturday night and then cropped them to fit my blog post. That's odd though, because all I did was type in Mrs. Doubtfire and then clicked on "images" and it showed up as soon as I clicked on that photo of Robin Williams.

    "I tell you what though.... he was incredible in Garp. I LOVED him in that... that is such a sad movie.. makes me cry when I watch it."

    I agree, Katherine! He was incredible in that film! So was Glenn Close. Awesome film, but you're right...sad too.

    "(And I would only share this with you... when I wrote "coke does funny things to you" I did a typo and wrote "cock does funny things to you." AH HA HAHAHAHHAAAAAAAAAAAA"

    Bwhahahahahaha! Bwhahahahhhahaha! I DIED laughing reading that, Katherine. That is HILARIOUS!

    Much thanks for stopping by, girl. Have a super week!

    X

  1. Debbie said...:

    Ron, you make me laugh -- thank you!

    I, too, love Robin Williams in Mrs. Doubtfire -- what an extraordinary talent he has. Yes, the costumes and makeup helped immensely, but he was the one who had to get down the mannerisms, voice inflection, etc. of an elderly woman.

    That photo of you was taken two years ago?? Well, golly, you haven't aged at all -- in fact, you've only improved, like a fine wine. Congrats!

  1. Chrissy Starr said...:

    OH.MY.GOD. Surely you must have heard me laughing from here in Cleveland! Hysterical! Hey, I would come and see you!

  1. Lisa said...:

    I love that movie! I'm very hot/cold about Robin Williams. Sometimes I like his roles, but many times they're "just okay." This movie reminded me of Dustin Hoffman's Tootsie, which I also thought was very entertaining. And unlike Robin, every movie Dustin has made is great!!


    As for the Google search, congrats....you've "arrived"! But isn't it a little disturbing that a person could show up that easily? Gone are the days of blissful anonymity.

  1. Jay of The Depp Effect said...:

    Hahahahahah! I chose a good time to get back to you, didn't I?

    I think you make a GREAT Mrs (Ron) Doubtfire. But yes, I do see the ever-so-slight resemblance to a manatee. It's the gentle mournful eyes, the beatific smile and ... well yes, the huge conk.

    But now I want to see a photo of Robin Williams with a fish-eye lens effect. And I want to see it next to yours.

  1. Robert said...:

    Ron, Mrs. Doubtfire is a movie I can watch over and over too, and still laugh my ass off. And I think Rob Williams should have won the Oscar that year! I can take him in small dosages when it comes to his comedies because he does have a manic energy about him. I loved him in Goodwill Hunting, Insomnia, and Dead Poets Society.


    That cracks me up about your photo being on the search for Mrs. Doubtfire. And what a hysterical photo it is. Love the last one of you and manatee. You are so damn funny!

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Debbie!

    Glad you had a laugh :) I was so SHOCKED to see my photograph listed on the search for this movie that I just HAD post about it. Who knew?!!?

    "Yes, the costumes and makeup helped immensely, but he was the one who had to get down the mannerisms, voice inflection, etc. of an elderly woman."

    Exactly! And I think he did such an AMAZING job because after a while you totally forgot that it was Robin Williams.

    "That photo of you was taken two years ago?? Well, golly, you haven't aged at all -- in fact, you've only improved, like a fine wine."

    Aw...thank you, you're sweet. I took that photo two years ago for a post I shared about a facial scrub/mask I was using. And then I distorted the photo to make me look even WEIRDER than I looked - HA!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Have a GRAND week!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Aw...thanks, Chrissy! However, I read somewhere online that they axed the idea of making a Mrs. Doubtfire Part 2. Robin Williams mentioned something about them having a very hard time writing the script for a sequel. And actually, it just as well because the movie was perfect as is, and the ending just left you wondering. Which is sometimes the best way to leave a film.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Have a super week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hiya Lisa!

    "I'm very hot/cold about Robin Williams. Sometimes I like his roles, but many times they're "just okay."

    Ditto...same here! I like a lot of his older, drama films (back in 80's and 90's), but his comedies (with the exception of this one), I really don't care for.

    "his movie reminded me of Dustin Hoffman's Tootsie, which I also thought was very entertaining. And unlike Robin, every movie Dustin has made is great!!"

    Yup...you're right, this movie does remind me of Toostie, which is another film I LOVED. Hoffman was brilliant!

    "But isn't it a little disturbing that a person could show up that easily? Gone are the days of blissful anonymity."



    Yes, it is, Lisa. It's scary how when you do a Google search for your name, how so much personal stuff comes up.


    Thanks so much for stopping by and have a super week!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey ho Robert!

    "And I think Rob Williams should have won the Oscar that year!"

    Yup...I do too!!!!! He won a Golden Globe Award that year for the role, but didn't get the Oscar :(

    "I can take him in small dosages."

    You said it perfectly how I feel too...small dosages.

    OMG...that's right...he WAS Dead Poets Society, I forgot about that one!

    I know, can you believe my crazy photo (from TWO years ago) showed up in the Google search for this movie? Who knew!??!

    I created that last photo of me over at Face In Hole, and then added the manatee photo in a collage. Because I swear to god, that's exactly what I think I look like...a Mrs. Doubtfire MANATEE!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, buddy. Have a terrific week!!!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hiya Jay!!!!!

    "But yes, I do see the ever-so-slight resemblance to a manatee. It's the gentle mournful eyes, the beatific smile and ... well yes, the huge conk."

    I swear to god, the first thing I thought when I put that picture together of me as Mrs. Doubtfire was, "OMG...I look like a MANATEE!!!!!" HA!

    "But now I want to see a photo of Robin Williams with a fish-eye lens effect. And I want to see it next to yours."

    Hey, you know something? I'm going to try that just for the heck of it and see what it looks like. Great idea!

    Much thanks for stopping by, Jay. Have a SUPER week!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Jay!

    "But yes, I do see the ever-so-slight resemblance to a manatee. It's the gentle mournful eyes, the beatific smile and ... well yes, the huge conk."

    I swear to god, the first thing I thought when I put that picture together of me as Mrs. Doubtfire was, "OMG...I look like a MANATEE!!!!!" HA!

    "But now I want to see a photo of Robin Williams with a fish-eye lens effect. And I want to see it next to yours."

    Hey, you know something? I'm going to try that just for the heck of it and see what it looks like. Great idea!

    Much thanks for stopping by, Jay. Have a SUPER week!

    X

  1. David Oliver said...:

    Yep Ron, it is freaky. And it feels a little too much like Big Brother. Whoever did it should have notified you.

  1. Ron said...:

    "Whoever did it should have notified you."

    It wasn't any one person who posted that photo because it was backlinked to my own post (and you will see that if you look at the screenshot). It was just surprising to see it there when I Googled Mrs. Doubtfire. HA!

  1. Herman Turnip said...:

    Heh...that pic of you is too much! I laughed, and spittle shot out of my mouth. I now have to wipe my screen down.

    Robin Williams does indeed rock. I've been a fan of his for....well, forever. What's amazing is that when he was first auditioning for Mork & Mindy, the producers asked him how an alien would sit down. Robin Williams immediately went over to a chair and did a headstand in it. He immediately got the part.

    I love stories like that!

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Herman!

    HA! Sorry about the spittle shot! I just couldn't resist :)

    And hey, I LOVE the story about Robin Williams and his audition. I had no idea that's HOW he got the part! Thanks for sharing that!

    Have a super week, buddy, and thanks for stopping by!

    X to you, Karin, and Mr. Tyler!

  1. ladyV said...:

    ha. i think you should be a stand-in. how funny is that that you found yourself on the internet in that group of photos.

    can't remember if you seen this or not, but you have to watch

    http://youtu.be/RHFKncosmJ4

  1. Jeanne Pursell said...:

    OMG Ron!!! I am ROLLING on the floor here!!! That is freakin' hilarious!!! How on EARTH did you ever show up there of all places??? OMG!!! That is really, really funny!! Now I'm going to have to google images of myself and see if anything weird shows up!! You definitely could stand in for Robin Williams! I absolutely LOVE that movie...it is one of my all time favorite movies. I think he is a bit manic too...but hey...he IS funny in Mrs. Doubtfire...and what an awesome part he played!! Happy Tuesday!! :) xo Jeanne

  1. Akelamalu said...:

    Oh my you're famous!!! LOL

    I love that film!

  1. Ron said...:

    "Oh and I agree with you, whilst they may not be able to hear with their ears they can hear with their soul. x"

    I don't how or why I know that, but I just do. The soul can hear and feel what we're saying to those who are in transition from this world to the next, even though they may be "physically" unconscious.

    Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your experience on this post, m'dear. Thank you.

    ((((((((((((((( You )))))))))))))))

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    "Oh my you're famous!!! LOL"

    Ha! Well, I don't know how famous I am, but if I had to be associated with a film (with that CRAZY picture of mine), I'm glad it was this one! Yet, it still puzzles me how that picture got on this search!?!?

    "I love that film!"



    Isn't it a faaaaabulous film? I love it too!!!!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, m'dear. Have a lovely week!
    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Jeanne!

    "How on EARTH did you ever show up there of all places???"

    OMG...have NO idea?!?! And it wasn't because the photo was tagged by someone else. The photo linked back to the post it was associated with, when I posted it two years ago. And it's not like I even mentioned the movie Mrs. Doubtfire in that post, so I have no idea how that happened?!

    " I absolutely LOVE that movie...it is one of my all time favorite movies. I think he is a bit manic too...but hey...he IS funny in Mrs. Doubtfire...and what an awesome part he played!!"



    I agree! He was brilliant in that role!


    Much thanks for stopping by, Jeanne. Have a super Tuesday and week!


    X to you and the girlz!

  1. meleahrebeccah said...:

    "By the time my father had been admitted to a Hospice facility, it was only a matter of nine days before he passed away. And I have to say that those nine days were some of the most beautiful moments I had with my father because he and I got to have closure on certain things. We also bonded in a way we never had before. We touched and kissed, and told each other, “I love you.” ------- Oh, Ron! Your story has touched me so deeply. And now I am totally sobbing, because I had a similar experience too, with both Poppa Sye and Gramma Evelyn.



    "I said, “It’s OK Dad, you can go. And know that you were a wonderful father. You gave me everything I needed as your son. And I’m proud that you were my father. I love ya, Dad. Just let yourself go and don’t hang on for us please, because we’ll be OK. We love ya, Dad. Be at peace.” ------- PASS THE TISSUES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  1. meleahrebeccah said...:

    "OMG...I was mystified by how that photo got on the same Google search
    for Mrs. Doubtfire, and at the same time HORRIFIED that it was THAT
    photo! I can't believe I even put that photograph on this blog, let
    alone forgot it would be out there on the Internet for ETERNITY."



    BAAhhAHhABABBHAHhahhahahahahhaHAHHAhhahHAHHAHhAHhAHhHAAHHAHhHAhAHhAHhHAHHAHhAH

    OMFG!! I AM HYSTERICAL LAUGHING!!!

  1. Ron said...:

    "Your story has touched me so deeply. And now I am totally sobbing, because I had a similar experience too, with both Poppa Sye and Gramma Evelyn."

    (((((((( You ))))))))

    Meleah, I remember so clearly when I read about the passing of both Poppa Sye and Gramma Evelyn on you blog, and being so affected by that because I felt as though I knew them so well through your writing.

    And I miss your stories about them because they were such incredibly "special" people who (even though I never met them in person) loved them both.

    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Hope all went at the allergist last week.

    XO

  1. Ron said...:

    HA! I know, can you BELIEVE that, Meleah?


    I was shocked to shit!


    And I still, for the life of me, can't figure out HOW that photo got on that Google search!?!?


    Who knew?!?


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl! Have a super week!


    X

  1. Mel said...:

    I just gotta let you know...I'da freaked out. Seriously...I'da been investigating and digging and trying to figure out how in the world my photo got tagged to it. I've narrowed down the settings to browsers, emails, 'clouds', photo storage sites, anything that allows a feed or stream....I just don't want it. I dump cookies, turn off extensions and really don't browse the world wide web like I used to. I don't have time and I'm not thrilled about suddenly discovering malware I didn't invite.
    I soooo woulda freaked out. LOL


    I remember Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldbergand Billy Crystal as being unstoppable anytime they were near each other. And you really had to be manic to keep up with 'em. And a bit schizo. LOL. I appreciated the energy and the ability to wing your way through improv...but holy cow... I prefer his dramatic films, even if they do make me weepy. But I do like Mrs. Doubtfire....I think the kiddos watched that one over and over and over until they wore out the VCR.

  1. Ron said...:

    "I just gotta let you know...I'da freaked out. Seriously...I'da been investigating and digging and trying to figure out how in the world my photo got tagged to it."

    HAHAHAHAHAHA! I know Mel, I did freak out a bit at first because I couldn't figure out HOW that photo got included in that particular movie search. And still can't figure it out!? Oh well, at least it's associated with a movie I LOVE, right?

    "I remember Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldbergand Billy Crystal as being unstoppable anytime they were near each other."

    Yup to all of those you mentioned! In fact, I just saw Billy Crystal in a movie not too long ago. I love him! And Whoopi as well!

    And me too, I much prefer Robin Williams in more dramatic roles. And he's VERY good at them too!

    "But I do like Mrs. Doubtfire....I think the kiddos watched that one over and over and over until they wore out the VCR."

    Don't ya LOVE that movie?

    Much thanks for stopping by, dear lady. Have a FANtabulous week!

    (((((((((((((( You )))))))))))

    X

  1. Robert said...:

    Ron, I just stopped back to read comments and also watched the Mrs. Doubtfire (recut) trailer. I loved it because it was like watching a trailer for a completely different movie. That was great!

  1. Ron said...:

    HA! Robert, wasn't that recut trailer faaaaabulous? It gave a whole other take to the movie. Almost like a PSYCHO Mrs. Doubtfire!!!

  1. meleahrebeccah said...:

    Awwww! Thanks, Ron.

    I sure miss having them around and writing about them too!

  1. meleahrebeccah said...:

    Sofa king funny.

  1. Ron said...:

    ((((((((((( Poppa Sye and Gramma Evelyn )))))))))

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Jayne!!!!!


    Can't you believe that?!?!? And when I think back to all the crazy photographs and videos I've shared of myself on this blog, I go, "Holy shit!"


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a super week!


    X

  1. meleahrebeccah said...:

    ((((((((((((YOUR MOTHER AND FATHER))))))))))))))))

  1. Benzeknees said...:

    Now you know why i NEVER post pics of myself! Besides having a stalker! Have a great weekend Ron!

  1. Ron said...:

    Have a GREAT weekend too, Benze!

    And thanks a bunch for stopping by! Hope you're enjoying the Olympics!

    X

  1. OMgosh!!!! That is so funny that YOU turned up in the search results! Yes, I'd be honored. Fantastic!

  1. Ron said...:

    Isn't that hilarious, Jean? And I'm still perplexed by how my photo turned up in that search?!?

    Oh well, at least it's attached to one of my favorite comedies!

    X

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