Directly across the street from the Graumans Chinese theater is the Jimmy Kimmel show and behind his building is an enclosed parking lot where the concerts for his show are performed. Across the street from the concert lot is the Hollywood high school., which has these amazing paintings of former students along the exterior walls. West of this building is the school track and field and it's all situated in the middle of the city and is fully enclosed.
Here I'm hangin' out with Buster Keaton (kinda- sort of) ... I love him and I pray for him often.
Buster had two stars, one for his movies and one for his television work, naturally, I prayed twice.
The "Betty Paige" store had the prettiest and most modest clothing along the street - go figure. That idea cracked me up. Then I worried about where Betty might be today , so I prayed for her soul too. I also asked God if I he would mind sending me a pink dress with a black cardigan sweater - to wear with my pearls.
These dresses were beautiful replicas from the 1950's. The side walk out in front has the "Walk of stars" and it runs for several blocks along both sides of the street."
Here's where I could of purchased a "Permullet" (- a permed mullet) for my activity director!
Urban dictionary defines those haircuts as being....."The 30-10-60" (30% up top, 10% on the sides, 60% out back).
Elizabeth Taylor had tiny feet but then again she was wearing high heels.
Here's where I offered to get matching tattoos with my activity director. He declined - again. ;)
Ironically,.... not the Betty Paige store.
Next door to Graumans was Madame Tussauds where this Marilyn replica sat out in front of the museum. She's made of silicon so she wont melt in the sun.
Here's where Spiderman begs for a photo with me and at first I declined but then I thought, "Maybe my seven year old back home would be impressed, so I relented. After the photo they demanded to be paid but I should have told them no because my eyes were closed.
Ugh, repulsive.... Cat woman was all over my blog administrator like, "White on rice."
Can I be an honorary Spinner now?!