Lifetime Achievement Award
- Written by Lon Lorton Lon Lorton
"...'Today this Scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing.'" [Luke 4:14-21]
So, I guess I missed the Golden Globes award show the other night. I think I may have been watching 'Worst Cooks in America,' or maybe it was 'House Hunters.' Reading about the Globes show the next day made me wish I had paid more attention. I understand George Clooney received some sort of lifetime achievement award. (Seems like I always miss the finest moments of life...)
George Clooney's resume includes some pretty remarkable things...born in Lexington, Kentucky; studied a few years at NKU; did not make the roster of the Cincinnati Reds; moved to LA, where he became a star - Murphy Brown's Dr., Bobby on Golden Girls, Kip on Murder She Wrote, and all that propelled him to stardom as Dr. Doug Ross on ER, which ran 16 years from 1994 to 2009 – Oh, wait a minute...Dr. Ross left the show in 1999...
George's real stardom was revealed in his 37 movies. I'm sure you'll never forget the classics like 'Return to Horror High,' 'Return of the Killer Tomatoes,' 'O Brother, Where Art Thou,' 'Ocean's 12 (and 13),' and everyone remembers 'The Men Who Stare at Goats.'
Wow! How in the world could they have overlooked George Clooney receiving a life-time achievement award year after year?!
Wednesday Family Night Dinner Menu
Roll, Drink, and Dessert
Birthdays and Anniversaries
01.25.15 Bill Stewart
01.26.15 Dick Peyton
01.27.15 David Thomas
01.28.15 Kelly Franklin; Logan Taylor
01.29.15 Paula Milligan
Suzanne and Larry Wilson (Anniversary)