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SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 2021
I have some news about Jesse to share. Our go-between phoned me today. He said that Jesse is still in the hospital and is going to have to stay there for a while. They have been treating Jesse with medications. He is still going to have to have surgery. Jesse has not wanted the surgery up until now. The surgery is now scheduled for the 12th. However, Jesse now wants them to move the date up for sooner. He had a bad night last night and is still coughing.
I certainly did appreciate getting the call from our go-between. I will definitely post when I hear anything more. Thanks to all of you for caring and worrying along with me.
Love, Light and Peace to all,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2021
I just saw the below beautiful artwork displayed on Instagram by thespiritofelvispresley. Isn’t this just beautiful!
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021
EXCLUSIVE: Actress Dolores Hart, who was once hailed as the next Grace Kelly, gave Elvis Presley his first on-screen kiss and worked alongside leading men like Montgomery Clift, Anthony Quinn and Marlon Brando — just to name a few.
But in 1962 she left Hollywood behind and became a nun.
In 2016, the former star, now known as Mother Dolores Hart, celebrated 50 years of vowed life at the Abbey of Regina Laudis, an enclosed Benedictine monastery and working farm in Bethlehem, Conn. The now-82-year-old previously released a memoir titled “The Ear of the Heart: An Actress’ Journey from Hollywood to Holy Vows,” where she detailed her surprising journey.
Her story was also the subject of an Oscar-nominated short film on HBO, titled “God Is the Bigger Elvis,” released in 2012. Today, Hart receives hundreds of letters from people across the country seeking guidance on having a closer relationship with God.
Hart spoke to Fox News about bonding with Presley on set, ending her engagement and how she feels about Hollywood today.
Fox News: What was your initial impression of Elvis Presley?
Mother Dolores Hart: To be honest, I did not know who he was. In fact, when I first met him, I asked him what he did. I remember him being very courteous. He was an absolute gentleman and would call me “Miss Dolores.” And then I learned what a talented singer he was. By the time we did our second film, we couldn’t walk down the street because there were so many people waiting for him, just wanting to touch him.
I remember one moment when we were taking a break from filming. He walked over to me, handed me a Bible, and said, “Miss Dolores, would you open this book? What do you see? What does it mean to you?” And so, I offered my opinion on what I was seeing. And from there, we spent the time in between the scenes talking about the Bible. I never expected a fellow actor, in particular, to have that kind of genuine curiosity. He wasn’t trying to set up anything. There were no flashbulbs around to take pictures of us. He did it because it was in his heart.
Fox News: Is it true you made Elvis Presley blush on set?
Hart: Well, it’s true *laughs*. We both had to do a kissing scene, for [1957’s] “Loving You,” which is a riot in itself. It’s the last scene of the film, but when you walk in on set, you’re told, “This is the first thing you’re going to do.” I remember I had to put my arms around him and kiss him. There were about 100 people on the soundstage. Seconds into it, the director, Hal Kanter, yells “Cut!” I thought, “Oh no, how can I kiss wrong?”
He immediately asks for the makeup man to come over to fix me up. I thought, “What’s going on? That’s it, it’s over for me.” Well, Hal tells me, “Dolores, you’re blushing in your ears. They’re red. We need makeup.” I was so embarrassed. After they fixed me up, we started again. And again, seconds later, he yells “Cut! Get some makeup for Mister Presley!” When I looked, he was red! But that’s the way it was. We were just a couple of kids. But he was a simple and true man.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021
I love this cute photo…
This is a great quote from Elvis when introducing the song “That’s All Right“.
Elvis Presley performs what would be his last Memphis concert July 5, 1976 before a crowd of 12,000 at Mid-South Coliseum. Exactly twenty-two years earlier (7/5/54), Elvis recorded “That’s All Right” at Sam Phillips’ little studio at 706 Union. Introducing the song, he said: “I’ve had some people say – well, you can’t do that song anymore – well, you, by God, just watch me.” (By Barney Sellers / The Commercial Appeal) Barney Seller
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021
I am sending out my weekly package to Jesse one day early this week. We have possible bad winter weather in our prediction for Friday.
I still have no news about nor from Jesse so I remain most worried for him.
I also want to add that I am leaving the Messages to Jesse page open in order that my visitors may continue to send get-well and other caring messages for me to print off to send to Jesse each week.
SENT TO JESSE THRU THIS POINT
ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021
Below is Graceland’s Email announcement about the birthday celebration tomorrow:
SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 2021
Below is a video by The Spa Guy of the Elvis Birthday Proclamation ceremony which took place on Friday, January 8, 2021.
Elvis Birthday Proclamation Jan 8, 2021, Graceland Memphis Tennessee
•Jan 8, 2021
Below is a second video by The Spa Guy filmed in Memphis on the eve of Elvis’ 86th birthday.
Elvis 86th Birthday Festivities & Singing Jan 7th, 2021 Midnight Memphis Tennessee