Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Do YOU See A Rabbit?

Is anyone old enough 
to remember the movie
HARVEY?
James Stewart
played a sweet, gentle,
slightly bemused man
who believed he lived
with a big rabbit...
A Pooka.
The pooka's name was Harvey.
It was a funny show and
has always stuck with me.

The rabbit was ALWAYS 
up to some mischief 
and caused the whole family
a lot of problems.
No one in the family
believed he was real-
except James Stewart.
The ending to the movie
was quite endearing.

Anyway,
Speaking of mischief~
MamasBoy and my DaughterInLove
went to have their
"We're pregnant" photo shoot.
They are soon to have their
first baby.
HE SWEARS 
he had nothing to do with it.

What do YOU think?
You know what they say about rabbits!

your photo name

29 comments:

  1. Hi there,

    Just what are you doing up at this hour young lady? lol Kinda early for a Saturday.

    I just saw that movie a few months ago. Borrowed it from the library. Its funny.

    Yayyy and congrats to MamasBoy and DaughterInLove.

    Have a fun weekend my friend.
    Take care, Janet W

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  2. You made me smile this morning ... as you always do. When I was in high school and college, I belonged to a theater group. The first play I did with them was Harvey. I still have a soft spot for this story, and I recently bought a rose named 'Pookah' (different spelling, but the same idea).

    Congratulations to everyone on the impending arrival of another precious grandbaby.

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  3. thats so funny! Beautiful photo of the happy couple in waiting!

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  4. Diana, All the girls will be babysitters for the other little ones coming along. I just saw Jim Stewart in Rear Window. I like that movie with him. Have fun today. Smiles,xoxo, Susie

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  5. I so remember that movie...loved it as a kid! Not too many people do remember that. I decided to come check out your blog from Maureen's at It's All Connected. I see you comment almost everyday there. I'm her friend/neighbour! Happy to meet you Diana! xo wendy

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  6. Too sweet Diana!... and yes, I do remember that movie... LOVE Jimmy Stewart... they just don't make them like that anymore... xoxo Julie Marie

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  7. What a sweet photo. Congratulations to MamasBoy and DaughterInLove.

    How exciting!!

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  8. Great post! You always have a fun way to inject humor and puns in your postings. I don't believe I ever saw that movie. Wow! Soon you'll have another grandchild to hang out with! They look adorable with the big huge bunnie!

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  9. What a great post, you got the first chuckle of my! Great photograph for the parents to be! The movie, great one!!
    Have a great weekend Missy!

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  10. That is so exciting!
    No, I have never heard of that movie - sounds cute!
    I hope you are having a pretty weekend Diana!
    Kristin

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  11. How funny! And I have seen that movie in recent years...more weird than funny, I think! What a fun time in your family! Enjoy your weekend!

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  12. Hi Diana,

    Thanks for stopping by.

    Hope your weekend is super!

    *hugs*

    mo

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  13. From the stories you've told about the son, I think Harvey fits right in .

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  14. Love that movie! Congratulations to the couple and Grandma and Grandpa on the coming baby! Should we start thinking of blog nicknames for it yet?

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  15. You are so delightfully funny in your posts. I do remember that movie but it's been such a long time ago that I don't remember much about it except James Steward.

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  16. Well yes I remember Harvey! It was one of many dates with my husband when we were courting 22 years ago. It was at a theater/play house near where we live. The Play was wonderful because it had that big fuzzy rabbit wandering around the stage...too cute!
    Congrats on the "almost here" new arrival...how fun is that!
    Hugs dear girl!
    Terry

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  17. Another enjoyable post, Diana! You have just the knack to start our days off on the right track. xoxo Nellie

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  18. Thank you for your nice comment, please let me know if you have some photos of the result of your restauration result .
    Domi

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  19. You just can't fail with any old Jimmy Stewart movie. They don't make em like that anymore.

    Congratulations on the future arrival! You just can't have too many grandchildren.

    Gretchen

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  20. Happy Saturday to you Diana,
    Congrats to MamasBoy and DaughterInLove...and to the grandparents too!!!
    Enjoy your weekend!
    Suzann ~xoxo~

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  21. hmmmmmm.
    Cute picture. What rabbit?
    xxoo

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  22. Hi Diana: How cute..I remember Harvey and what a cute way to take the picture. Little baby-to-be will always remember that when they tell him/her what it was all about. I wanted to thank you,Diana, for your kind comments to me, I tried to get a message to you but it wouldn't let me. This is twice today that's happened. So anyway, I'm telling you here and now..Happy Weekend..Judy

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  23. Oh, yeah, forgot to tell you. Congratulations to the new parents to be and to you and hubby..Judy

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  24. Yes, of course I remember that movie. Congrats re: the new baby! That's always so exciting. Just nothing like the grands.

    xo
    Pat

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  25. What great memories about Harvey, I so loved that movie. But then I liked all James Stewart movies. Congrats on the good news to all of you.

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  26. I think Mamas Boy is a little like Mama when it comes to teasing.
    How did you know that Whitt's is custard. Do you have them where you live as well. It is so yummy. Ours is a tiny store. When we walked in Sue and her husband looked back at me like I was crazy. It was wall to wall people. We are talking a tiny store. But Sue's husband just loved it.

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  27. Congratulations on the couple...
    Oh rabbits are so cute.

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  28. Well, I think the rabbit needs more carrots - he's wearing glasses, isn't he? And, Oh my gosh, I loved Harvey - and James Stewart! Now, he was an actor! Could play any role, be believable in any movie, not cuss up a storm or show private parts, because he was believable no matter who he was in any movie!

    So, was this an early photo or do you already have a little baby you've been hiding away?!

    Blessings,
    Donna

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