Sunday, October 16, 2011

Sunday with Mr.Tim Conway.....

Mr. Tim Conway..... visited Newark 's wonderful Midland Theater this afternoon and I found myself transported back to the TV room with my Mom and Dad watching Carol Burnett and her trusty side kick Tim Conway. The laughter filled the audience and he even took time to answer questions from the audience. Gracious...humble... and oh so funny for all generations ...we can all relate to his poignant skits about aging, airlines, golf pros, and of course the patient's visit to a dentist trained by"Dentistry for Dummies". There is something about good, honest , clean humor...I looked at everyone walking out and away to their homes...smiling is totally contagious. We walked out into the sunshine and came home to have Ken rake the falling leaves off the driveway before the rains arrive tonight. I returned to the usual laundry duties and made some orders for needed supplies for the upcoming months in the studio. I have orders for 7 of my books to fill and there is no time like the present moment. I watched an interesting expose on CBS 's 60 Minutes...did Vincent Van Gogh really commit suicide ? There is new evidence after years of research that this may not be the truth after all these years. I tried to order the book from Amazon but there was no new release as of this hour. I will have to research when and who will publish their latest research.

I am finishing adding the photos from yesterday's Harvest Festival with my grandchildren...I hope you will enjoy the post, I need to get back to work now. We have a busy week ahead of us so thank you for stopping by. Imagine and live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart


  1. It sounds like it was a fun day ... And from the pictures i can see that it was a beautiful one as well!

  2. Tim Conway is one of the funniest guys ever and a real down to earth person. Lucky you, you must have been sore from laughing. I missed the story about Van Gogh, that would be fascinating. Enjoy your creating this week. xox Corrine

  3. Love Tim Conway---I can laugh just thinking about him, especially on the Carol Burnett show..omgosh...!!!!
    Sounds like a terrific day all around!
    And the book on Van Gogh sounds very interesting; will have to keep an eye open for it...or see if you have it in a post.
    Enjoy these lovely Fall days!


  4. Tim Conway is an amazing and brilliant comedian and Ken and I came home feeling great without one swear word...just good clean laughter filled the audience! I wish you could have been there. Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart