Thursday, January 31, 2008





January 31, 2007-2008

Here's how I usually look sitting at my computer. Although, as you can see from the computer screen, Mickey caught me this time playing Spidar Solitaire.

This has been a wonderful year of the new experience of blogging. I have written about it several times before. I am so appreciative of all the wonderful friends it had afforded me. It has broadened my knowledge of other parts of the world. It has shown me how very much alike we are. And best of all for me, it has reinforced my belief in the TRUE BODY OF CHRIST.

If you've been reading my blog long you know I love Spiritual books and reading and or course I love and collect Angels.

SO!!! to celebrate I am having a drawing for this Franklin Graham book, Living Beyond the Limits, and this Angel Plaque that reads "The Lord bless you and keep you. The Lord turn his face toward you, and give you peace." Number 6:24 & 26

I'm going to combine this with another feature that is currently going around Blogland.....Just leave me a comment and ask me a question, you would like for me to answer, and your name will be put in the hat. I'll draw a winner on Monday morning, February 4th.

Tiffany has tagged me to do an Archieve Meme - since it ties in with coving my first year here goes.

When I find a new blog that I want to visit again, I rarely have enough time to go back a read everything from the beginning (although sometimes I do!). I want to get to know that person, but it's hard to commit to reading all of the posts from the last 2 years! (In my case 1 year)

This meme is designed to make some of those old posts readily available to those who may be new to your blog, or even those who are regulars, just not from the start.

Here are the rules: Go back through your archives and post the links to your five favorite blog posts that you have written. But there is a catch:

Link 1 must be about family.
Link 2 must be about friends.
Link 3 must be about yourself.
Link 4 must be about something you love.
Link 5 can be anything you choose.

Post your five links and then tag five other people. At least TWO of the people you tag must be newer acquaintances so that you get to know each other better. Readers - don’t forget to read the archive posts and leave comments!

So, here is my list:
1) Family - My Father
2) Friends - Angel #4 - Forever Friend
3) Something about me - My 100th Post
4) Something I love - Universal Body of Christ
5) Anything - Introducing Suzy Blue
The five people I select are: Katherine, Meredith, Bev, Diana, & Saija.

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Monday, January 28, 2008


I have been tagged by Nancy to list six unimportant things/habits/quirks about myself.
These are the rules: (1) Link to the person that tagged you. (2) Post the rules on your blog. (3) Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself. (4) Tag six random people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs. (5) Let each random person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website.

1. I ALWAYS cry when given a card with a sweet, meaningful message from a family member or a friend.
2. My father was 52 years old when I was born.
3. I started school at 5 years old, and graduated at 16.
4. I always make my bed and do the dishes.
5. I am a terrible back seat driver!!! (and my husband hates it)
6. I am very thrifty and have to shop for the best buy and price.

The 6 people I tag are: Larissa, Weaver Mom, Retha, Lyndy, & Jeanette. I'll look forward to getting to know you a little better by reading your 6 things.

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Saturday, January 26, 2008


A dear friend e-mailed me last week and said:
"Just a quick question for you... How is David doing? He has been on my mind a lot. "

As I was answering her it occurred to me that some of you were probably wondering the same thing since I had not posted about him since saying this......
The past 79 days, since our oldest son returned to Tulsa, has been a war. MANY victories, which I have recorded in this blog, but also lost battles. Our enemy, Satan, does not give up those who he has controlled for a long time easily. We know this and were fully aware of the war we were entering. BUT we also know:
I John 4:4 - "Ye are of God little children, and have overcome them: BECAUSE GREATER IS HE THAT IS IN YOU, THAN HE THAT IS IN THE WORLD."
here on December 18th.
I decided to copy here what I answered my dear friend on Thursday.
"To answer your question: Based on the shape and condition he was in when he arrived in Tulsa on September 30, 2007.......he is a 9.
Based on the job situation.......he is a 10.
Based on his shape and condition in his personal life......he is a 3.
Based on the condition he is with God & Jesus.......he is a 3. Based on God's perspective and our faith perspective.......he is a 10!!!! We KNOW who has the victory.....and it's not Satan!!!!!!!
As I write this I think I'll have to post this!!!!!
Thanks for asking."
"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen"
Hebrews 11:1 KJV
"The fundamental fact of existence is that this trust in God, this faith, is the firm foundation under everything that makes life worth living. It's our handle on what we can't see."
Hebrews 11:1 The Message
And I have to add.....but what we KNOW to be the ultimate truth and reality!!!

This is a recent picture taken of him and his new bowling ball. He has joined his younger brother, Marc, in the love of bowling.


My dear New Zealand friend (oh I just LOVE being able to claim a friend from so far away :o) ) Karen of Karen's Ramblings developed this award. This is what she said about it:

What is on my heart this morning is Encouragement. A word of hope or affirmation is a real blessing to building one another up - with the view of leading us closer to God.

I have been really encouraged, inspired, challenged and stirred up by a lot of posts that I have read. They have drawn me closer to God, desiring to follow in His Footsteps more and more.

So, with that in mind I have designed this Award called "You Encourage me to follow in his Footsteps".

Then she proceed to pass it on to 7 of us. This is what she said to me:

Susan of Penless Writer Susan does not compromise, she is passionate about the Word of God and is a woman of prayer. I have been so blessed reading about her family and seeing how she holds on to the Rock in her life with tenacity, faith and unfailing hope.

I am always honored when someone chooses to give me an award. I am especially pleased to have been honored with this award because: 1) of what it represents - Encouraging others to follow in Jesus' footsteps and 2) because of the integrity of the one, Karen, who designed it.

Thank you so much Karen. I truly am DEEPLY honored and will always endeavor to Encourage others as we each follow in our Lords paths for us individually. We truly are parts of the wonderful BODY OF CHRIST and have our individual function and our special story and part.

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Friday, January 25, 2008

SHOW & TELL '08 #4 - Old Remington Typewriter

The 4th Show & Tell of 2008 already. Boy time is flying!!! Be sure to participate in this fun activity by going here to Kelli's to learn all about it. Write your post, go back and put your name on Mr. Linky and then read and view all the other sites that feature their interesting Show & Tell items. It really is so much fun.

My Show & Tell this week is the very old, very rusty, antique Remington typewriter.
Many of the items that I have were from my childhoold or were passed down to me by my parents. This one I acquired in about 1978. At the time we were selling real estate and one of the people who's home we sold had this old typewriter. Yes, it was even VERY old in 1978. I bought it for $15!!!!!!

Thanks for once again visiting my Show & Tell. Have a blessed day and week-end.

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Thursday, January 24, 2008


I am, once again, posting a devotional from THE WORD FOR YOU TODAY.

"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." Proverbs 27:17 NIV

"Solid relationships keep us grounded and accountable. If we start to get off course they help keep us on track. So who are the significant people in your life, the ones you spend the most time with, the ones whose opinions really matter to you? These people are your greatest influencers. The question is, how are they influencing you. To know the answer, ask yourself the following questions.

1. What does he/she bring out of me? Author William Alan Ward remarked, "A true friend knows your weaknesses, but shows you your strengths. Feels your fears, but fortifies your faith. Sees your anxieties, but frees your spirit. Recognizes your disabilities, but emphasizes your faith.

2. What does he/she think of me? People tend to become what the most important person in their lives believes they can be. Indeed, that's what our children grow up to be! We embrace the opinions of those we respect.

3. What does he/she think of my future? Paul tells Timothy, "Don't let anyone think less of you because you are young" (1 Timothy 4:12 NLT) Do the most important people in your life understand God's plan for you? Do they help or hinder you?

4. How does he/she behave toward me in difficult times? The solid relationships in your life are those who are slow to suspect, but quick to trust. Slow to condemn, but quick to justify. Slow to offend, but quick to defend. Slow to expose, but quick to shield. Slow to reprimand, but quick to forbear. Slow to belittle, but quick to appreciate. Slow to demand, but quick to give. Slow to provoke, but quick to help. Slow to resent, but quick to forgive."

This truly is the kind of friends we need to surround ourselves with.
More importantly, this is the kind of friend I hope and need to be!!!

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Tuesday, January 22, 2008


Jo, of The Road Less Traveled, tagged me for this book Meme. Since I love books I thought this would be a fun one to do.

1. One book that changed your life: Several but none more than the Bible.

2. One book that you have read more than once: Again several: Christians Secret To a Happy Life by Hannah Whitall Smith - Andrew Murray on Prayer - Spiritual Authority by Watchman Nee - The Splendor of His Ways by Stephen Kaung.

3. One book you would want on a dessert island: My King James Bible.

4. Two books that made you laugh: Can't think of one because I choose to read to learn and grow spiritually.

5. One book that made you cry: The Day Christ Died - I can't remember who the author was. I read this book about 54 years ago and it had a very profound impact on my life and I have never forgotten it.

6, One book you wish you'd written: Cross Pollination by Lila Terhune.

7. One book you wish had never been written: Anything doing with the occult. I've never read any of them so I wouldn't know the names of them.

8. Two books you're reading: My Heart's Cry by Anne Graham Lotz - Glorious Appearing by Jim LaHaye & Jerry B. Jenkins - Also reading Get Out of the Pit by Beth Moore as an Blog Study at Mel's World.

9. One book you're going to read: Don't have one in mind at the moment. I'm hoping one of the people I tag give me a recommendation of a great spiritual book to read.

I was suppose to tag five people but I am going to tag six!!!
Jennifer - KC - Barbara - Karen - Stephen & Carin

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Monday, January 21, 2008


'Blessed shall thou be when thou comest in, and blessed shalt thou be when thou goest out." KJV

Of course this is proceed by vs 2

"And all these blessings shall come on thee, and overtake thee,

if thou shall harken unto the voice of the Lord our God."

I wonder how many of us really open our eyes to the truth of the above scripture.

Do we look for these blessings as we go about our daily lives? Or do we get so busy and so involved with our worldly thinking that we become unaware and let them pass by unnoticed?

I make it a very conscious effort to notice the many little and big blessings that My Lord pours out on me and I wanted to share a couple of today.

Mickey had a day off today for Martin Luther King Day. Since all the banks and government offices are closed today, the Abstract Co. he works for was also closed. We decided to spent part of the day just out together and running some errands.

We began by stopping at a chicken restaurant for lunch. We have one of those books where you "Buy one-get one free" from various restaurants and we had such a coupon at this one. We ordered a 2 piece chicken strip dinner. When the clerk handed us our 2 orders she smiled and said, "I gave you each 3 stripes because they were kind of small." I replied, "Bless you." and I saw this truly as a small, but not unnoticed blessing of the Lord.

Next we were heading down to one of the department stores to buy some new bath and kitchen towels. I happened to be driving and as we passed the Salvation Army Resale store, which by the way I have only been in once before since it opened, I told Mickey I was going to pull in and look.

Our grandson, Aric's, 9th birthday is coming up next month and one of the things we wanted to purchase for him was a white bookcase to go in his room to hold some of his books and toys. We specifically wanted white, because his room is done all in blue & white. I have been looking for a white bookcase for several weeks. We had stopped earlier today at a furniture store to see if they had one and they did not. I have called 8 other furniture stores looking for a white bookcase and no one had any.

So, on a whim(?) (I think not!!!!) I decided to pull into this resale store and right after walking in the front door, immediately to the left is a.......white bookshelf. Just exactly what we were looking for. In perfect shape and a lot cheaper than a new one would have cost. He blesses us coming in and going out.

Just wanted to share our blessings today and remind you to be alert and look for the blessings God bestows are you. They really are there and many more than we realize.

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Saturday, January 19, 2008


I have written before, here and here, about God speaking to me in very every day common ways.

It happened to me again yesterday with the plants below.

I had a beautiful huge Giant Leaf Philodendron plant. It was actually given to me way back in 1985 by one of my sweet Forever Friends, Bev. Since Bev passed away in 1986 it is a special treasure of mine. Two years ago someone who knew a lot about plants, we do not!!, told us we should, and could split it into several plants. Last summer we decided to give it a try and actually split it into 3 huge plants and 1 small plant, plus the original!!! We gave two of the large plants to our two daughters and that still left us with 2 large plants and the small one.

During the summer we have them placed out under our large flag pole, by the walk. When winter came we had to bring them into our house.

Since we have a rather small home we placed one large one in the guest bedroom and left the other large one and the small one in the entry way. They looked lovely there and we were very pleased that we had made room for them.

Yesterday, as I was cleaning, I noticed the two in the entry way were beginning to die. The one in the guest room is flourishing!!! This morning Mickey pulled both of them out of the entry hall and we cut and trimmed the damaged foliage and placed the large one in the living room and the smaller one also in the guest room.

You can see, in this picture, the various stages of death in the parts we cut off.

They are alive, but they were beginning to die. The problem was that our entry way does not have a window and so therefore they were getting no sun light. As we were working with these two plants this morning the Lord seemed to be speaking to me and saying: This is what happens when a Christian gets out of the SON light. In other words, when we start pulling away from Jesus parts of us begin to show the damage. It takes awhile....we had moved these plants indoors 3 months ago. The plants were still alive but parts of them, to varying degrees were starting to die.

When we begin pulling away from God; in our Bible study time, in our pray time, in our Church attendance, in our giving, etc. various parts of us begin to die. I don't want one little leaf in my life not to be vibrant, alive and well for my Jesus. How about you? Maybe it's time for you to move back into the full SON light.


Just thought I'd share our breakfast this morning with you because it was so good. I made Belgium waffles and topped them from some strawberries I had frozen last summer and powdered sugar. Truly yummy!!!

I used the strawberry juice that was left as part of the liquid in some strawberry jello for supper tonight. Yes, we are Southerners and call it supper!!!!! Unless, it is a fancy meal and then it is called dinner!!! Go figure.

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Friday, January 18, 2008

SHOW & TELL '08 #3 - Dial Telephone

Welcome to “Show and Tell Friday!” Do you have something special to share with us? It could be a trinket from grade school, a piece of jewelry, or a treasured collection. Look around your home for something to share; dig through those boxes in your closet if you have to! Share photos and the story that goes with your special item.

These are Kelli's instructions for Show & Tell. If you have something show it and then go here to post your name to Mr. Linky. Then read and view all the lovely items that are being shown.

My Show & Tell for today is this Dial Telephone.

It now sits on the night stand in our bedroom. I purchased this telephone in 1976 when we had moved into our newly purchased home in Tulsa. It was offered by the local telephone company for $100. I ordered one and paid it out, on our telephone bill, $25 each month. In 1976 $100 was a lot of money!!!

The interesting part of my post today is more about the "Tell" than the "Show".

In 2004 we had just returned to our current home in Coweta, from our RV traveling for 4 years. My then 9 year old granddaughter, Oksana, was spending the night with us. She was only 5 when we had left and this telephone had been packed away so she was "seeing" it for the first time.

You know, we take things so for granted and we see them with our familiar eyes and we forget to look at things through younger eyes. Oksana "saw" the telephone on my night stand and wanted to know what it was!!!!!! Yes, the child had never seen a dial telephone. I explained it was a phone, and that instead of pushing buttons to make a phone call you put your finger in the number on the dial and rotated the dial. Then went to the next number, etc. She was absolutely fascinated and intrigued by that.

Later on that evening she was going to call her mother. I asked her if she would like to make the call on the old dial phone. She was delighted, as her eyes lite up and she exclaimed, "Can I?!" It was just one of those delightful moments in this grandmother and granddaughters life.

I have to add this.......We have several modern dial telephone in our home, in addition to this older treasure. BUT, when the power went out during the recent ice storm that we had.........guess which was the only operable telephone in the house. You guessed it......this one!!!! Newer isn't always better

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Thursday, January 17, 2008


I read the neatest thing this morning:

"Anytime you try to make your mark, you'll attract erasers."

Isn't that wonderful? It really got me to thinking because it is so true.

When we make our mark for Jesus; with our living style, with our words, with our actions, and even with what we type on the pages of our blogs, we will attract the erasers. Seems like since they've erased Him from their lives they want to try and erase Him from ours.

I for one, and I know I am not alone, am determined to use the indelible mark of the precious blood of my Lord and Savior to leave the marks I can. It has nothing to do with is his blood that makes them indelible and they cannot be erased. I am so thankful that it is all about HIM and not about me. I am thankful He gives me the choice, and free will, to make my marks for Him. I will continue to do so.

Just my thoughts for today.

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Wednesday, January 16, 2008


Some of our dearest friends, Jack & Mary (below) celebrate their birthdays the same day, January 15th.

Last night 41 of their friends gathered with them, at a fancy Italian Restaurant, to celebrate this occasion

Here are the happy birthday couple.

Here is another shot of "Handsome Jack".

This is one shot of the group. The man in the white and woman next to him are two of our dear friends, Ron & Doty. Next to Doty is Mickey's empty chair (he was the photographer!) and in the shadows is another dear, close friend Jim. You'll see his wife in the next picture sitting across from Jim.

Here are our good friends of 33 years, who you've heard me talk about often and who traveled some with us in our RV days, Don & Barbara, then yours truly, and next to me, Karen, Jim's wife.

This is a shot of another wing of the table. We have met most of these people but they are not close, intimate friends.

Here is another shot of Don & Barbara.

It was a wonderful evening of honoring and celebrating the life of two marvelous Christian friends. Jack & Mary walk their talk and the fact that 41 people turned out to share this occasion with them speaks volumes. They are living examples of the Love and Kindness of their Lord and Savior, Jesus!!!

Mary is the one who gave Aric Mr. Ted T. Bear. You can read about it here.


Well, my de-lurker post did not bring you forth like I had hoped but I want to thank the 31 of you who left me such nice, encouraging comments. You know the feelings are mutual!!! We are truly a community here.


On Sunday I received this lovely You Make My Day Award from Cathy at Hazel Ruthes. Thank you so much Cathy. This means a lot to me because I wasn't even aware you read me that often!
I pass this YOU MAKE MY DAY AWARD to ALL 31,
Mel, Myrna, Barbara, Cathy, KC, Deby, Cookie, Susie, Dawn, Michelle, Jeanette, Maalie, Chris, Larissa, Tammy, Alisun, Linds, Ruth, Groovy, Nadine, Ginger, Kathleen Marie, Susan, Jennifer, Lori, Tina, Rita, Carin, Sarah, and Pam,
who left me comments on my last blog about the de-lurkers........because YOU truly did make my day with your sweet comments.
Now lets ALL go out and Make Someone's Day a little brighter by showing we truly care.

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Sunday, January 13, 2008


I just saw this over at Pea's and had to join in. Today is the last day, so I almost missed this!!!
I’ve just learned that January 7 - 13, 2008 is National Delurking Week. I looked up what “delurking” means. Apparently, “lurking” is the practice of reading blogs and comment threads without commenting yourself, or making it known that you’re a reader. So “delurking” is making your presence known through comments, etc. Come out, come out, wherever you are! Let me know that you're here reading this:-)Feel free to take any of these captions and use them on your blog to promote National Delurking Week!!
I would be so honored and pleased if you, who are reading my blog and have never left a comment, would join in and delurk!!! I know from my site-reader there are many of you. I would love to know and "meet" you so please who-ever-you-are.......come out, come out!!!

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Friday, January 11, 2008

SHOW & TELL '08 #2 - Gift from Germany

I find it hard to believe this is the second Friday of 2008 already!!

So, it's time for all of us to do Show & Tell hosted by Kelli at There Is No Place Like Home. Go here to find out all about it, do your post, sign up on Mr. Linky and then have fun reading and see all the wonderful Show & Tell's that everyone posts. By the way, Kelli, I love the new Show & Tell graphic that your hubby did for you, and us!!!

"Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift." II Corinthians 9:15

I know this verse speaks of Jesus and the unspeakable gift HE is to us from God. I also know that because I have the unspeakable gift of Jesus in my life I am also the beneficiary of many unspeakable gifts because of Him. My Show & Tell today is just such a gift.

(sorry it is a blur! but you can enlarge it)

The top left is a bag of Blue Sweet Peas

The lower left is the name tag on the gift

The lower right is a blank Christmas card in German.

The inside reads: "Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you and your family, dearest Susan! Best wishes from Germany, Anita."

Wednesday the post man brought me these lovely items from Anita, of My Country Garden, from Germany!!!!!

This adorable Victorian Boot. It is so precious. Anita, the detail, the perfect stitches, the ribbon, the rosettes, the tiny pearls. Everything just so perfect. I am displaying this in my guest room, the one with the pink & white embroidered quilt I showed last week on Show & Tell. How perfect!!!!!

I have also hung the gift tag on the peg next to the Boot and I have the Christmas card now sitting on the shelf. Just didn't get the second picture after I placed these items. The seeds are waiting on my computer desk with the Lupine seeds :o)

Anita and I became good friends after I was blessed to win a drawing she had on her blog in July that I won. I, along with two others, won some of her lovely Lupine seeds. I was so delighted that she added the Blue Sweet Pea seeds to go along with the Blue Lupine seeds we will be planting this spring.

One year ago, January 9, 2007, I didn't even have a blog. If you had told me that day I would be receiving a gift from a FRIEND (I didn't even know) from Germany one year later I would have not believed it.

I am sure I speak for each and everyone of us in Blogland of what a joy and blessing our blogs have been to our lives. Best of ALL, the WONDERFUL friends we have been privileged to make.

Thank you Anita, from the bottom of my heart, for your thoughtfulness.

YOU are a found treasure!!!!

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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

FLYING SUZY BLUE PART 7 - Bank Commercial

I can hardly believe it's been over 3 months since I did a blog on Suzy Blue. The last one was here. Others were posted on 7/9, 7/21, 7/28, 9/3 and 9/4.

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In September, 1982 Mickey and Suzy Blue were hired by Bank of Tulsa do a TV commercial for them. When he accepted we truly had no idea what an adventure this would turn out to be. I'll endeavor to tell the story step by step with the pictures and narrative.

They dress Mickey up as a Limo Driver. The first scene is his driving up in this black limo.

The next scene shows him exiting the limo.

He goes to the waiting balloon basket.

This is the young man who was in the limo. I failed to get a picture of Mickey opening the back door of the limo, and this young man getting out with his briefcase in hand and walking to the balloon.

Suzy Blue has been inflated and they are flying off to go to the bank.

In actuality they fly only a short way and land, but you don't see this part.

This is what is now taking place. Mickey is laying out the balloon for a second flight. Notice the two parachute jumpers to the left. One of these is actually the young man in the business suit before. The other is a photographer.

By now Mickey has taken off the limo jacket and cap and is firing the hot air burner for another flight.

One of the jumpers is now in the balloon with the other about to get in.

Here Mickey and both jumpers are getting ready and positioned. Our 13 year old son, Marc, is holding down the basket

They are now beginning to lift off. Notice the one jumper is sitting on the edge of the balloon rim facing the inside of the basket. This jumper is actually the photographer.

Here is Suzy Blue as she is up-up and away.

Here I am, with one of our crew members, watching as they float away and we are getting ready for the chase. Notice the fan has been picked up off the ground and placed in the pickup bed.

The story, at this point, must be told by narrative only because we do not have pictures. The balloon flew away out of the city area where these snapshots were taken. When they were out far enough and high enough it was time for the next step of the commercial. The photographer who was sitting on the edge of the balloon as pictured in the previous picture now stands, still facing with his back to the ground. The second jumper, the young man who had been in the business suit, climbs up on the rim straddling the photographer and facing him. The photographer has the camera on his helmet. When they are positioned properly and ready the photographer goes first, falling out backward and then the second jumper following shortly thereafter. The photographer is filming the 2nd jumper all the way down.

With the basket loosing the weight of two men it has shot up very high and very fast and Mickey must maintain control of the balloon at this point. He does so and begins to fly away. In a "normal" balloon flight the chase crew (me and others) would be following the balloon, as we have been to this point, and watching for it to land and be there to help with the landing and packing up of the balloon. In this "abnormal" flight the crew is having to locate and pick up the two jumpers who are now stranded in a field. In the meantime the balloon is flying away.

Here is one of the jumpers as we arrive to pick him and his gear up. In the meantime the balloon is flying further away. The crew cannot be in two places at one time. By the time we have located and picked up both jumpers the balloon is out of our sight and no where to be seen!!! We finally had to contact the local sheriff to help us locate and pick up the balloon and pilot. This is only one of two times that I ever "lost" Suzy Blue.

Now for the rest of the story. Since a hot air balloon cannot be flown on a designated route, but only by the wind direction, this commercial is taken in several different segments and then spliced together for the TV commercial.

The "customer" jumper is placed in a helicopter and jumps out and lands in the bank parking lot. The helicopter is never "shown" and the illusion is he is being dropped out of the balloon. The young man, once again dressed in the suit and carrying the briefcase walks into the bank to make his deposit.

This is the last shot with Mickey returning to his limo after dropping off his customer.

This commercial ran on all three TV channels 2-6-8 at various times, from October 1 through 31, 1982.

This was truly an interesting and exciting adventure and learning process for all of us with Suzy Blue that were involved. The moral of the story, as if we didn't all already know this, don't believe everything you see on TV!!!! Multiple filming and a lot of splicing can do a lot.

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