WELCOME TO SIMPLY DEBBIE. IT IS MY DESIRE THAT
YOU WILL FEEL AND SEE THE HAND OF GOD THROUGH
ARTWORK, CRAFT PROJECTS, RECIPES, AND THE SHEER
LAUGHTER OF ME LEARNING TO SEW ON MY NEW
SEWING MACHINE. THIS IS A PRAYING BLOG AND
A BLOG THAT LOVES TO MAKE NEW FRIENDS.
WON'T YOU JOIN ME AS WE GREET 2011 AND ITS'
BLESSINGS, CHALLENGES, AND SMELLING THE ROSES
EVERY DAY. I'LL BE YOUR UMBRELLA WHEN STORM
CLOUDS COME YOUR WAY AND ASSURE YOU THERE
WILL BE A RAINBOW COME AGAIN.










Saturday, July 10, 2010

A TITANIC PINK SATURDAY

XOXOXO...AMY...XOXOXO
ALWAYS IN OUR HEARTS








PLEASE  DROP  BY  AND

SAY  HELLO  TO  BEVERLY,

THE  WONDERFUL  LADY  THAT

BRINGS  US  PINK  SATURDAY

EVERY  WEEK.




image  from  google


WELCOME  TO 

A  PINK  SATURDAY

"TITANIC"


ONE  OF  MY  FAVORITE

MOVIES  BECAUSE  OF  THE

BEAUTIFUL  GOWNS,

HAUNTING  MUSIC,

AND  ROSE  FOUND  THAT

LOVE  ALWAYS  TRUMPS

WEALTH.

YOU  CAN'T  BUY  INTEGRITY


HONESTY,  AND

HUMAN  KINDNESS.

I  WOULD  HAVE  RATHER

GONE  DOWN  WITH  THE  SHIP

THAN  BEEN  IN  A  ROW  BOAT

THAT  REFUSED  TO  GO  BACK

AND  HELP  THE  PEOPLE   

SCREAMING  IN  THE  ICY

WATERS.


image  from  google




BEAUTIFUL  GOWN  COVERED

IN  PINK  BEADS.







image from google


THIS  IS  FRANKLIN  MINTS

VERSION

OF  ROSE'S  DRESS!



image from google



image from google


THIS  WAS  THE  BEAUTIFUL

COAT  ROSE  WORE  WHEN

WATER  STARTED  COMING

INTO  THE  BOAT.

SO  STUNNING  WITH  THE

BLACK  BEADING.


image from google


THIS  DRESS  WAS  WHAT

SHE  HAD  ON  UNDER  THE

COAT.  THE  CLOTHING

WAS  SO  GORGEOUS  DURING

THIS  TIME  PERIOD.



image from google



image from google


GOOGLE  DID  SAY  THIS  WAS

FROM  POLYVORE.




image from google




THIS  WAS  AN  AWESOME  ARTICLE

ABOUT  A  LADY  NAMED  EVA.

SHE  WAS  7  YEARS  OLD  WHEN

THE  TITANIC  WENT  DOWN.

HER  FATHER  PERISHED  THAT

NIGHT  BUT  EVA  AND  HER

MOTHER  LIVED.

SHE  SAID  THE  SHIP  WENT

STRAIGHT  UP  IN  THE  AIR

BEFORE  IT  WENT  DOWN

INTO  THE  WATER.

A  VERY  INTERESTING  STORY.



image from google

image from google



GRACIE  ANN  WORE  HER  PINK

GOWN  WITH  BLACK  BEADS

TODAY.  SHE  LIKES  TO  GET

INTO  CHARACTER  ON

PINK  SATURDAY.

THANK  YOU  FOR  TAKING

THE  TIME  TO  VISIT  GRACIE

ANN  AND  ME  TODAY.

YOU  WILL  FIND

FRESH

CHERRY   COBBLER  IN  THE

DINING  ROOM  WITH  TEA

OR  COFFEE.

THEN  JOIN  ME  IN  THE

GARDEN  AND  WE  WILL

LISTEN  TO  THE  ROBINS

SING  AND  SMELL  THE

ROSES.  OH  YES!

ALL  IS  WELL  WITH  THE

WORLD.






HUGS,

SIMPLY  DEBBIE

37 comments:

Regina said...

Happy Pink Saturday Debbie dearest.
Love the gowns.
Beautiful story and post!
xo

bj said...

O, Debbie...your writings and thoughts always make me feel good about the world. Your sweet heart and spirit just jumps off your pages. and..I thank you for them.

TITANIC...always one of my favorites. It is about time for me to watch it again, with grands. They all loved it, too.
The clothes...Oh, MY! They are so beautiful...and, of course, "Rose" could have worn a burlap sack and looked like a million dollars in
it. :))
xo bj

CailinMarie said...

Good Morning Debbie! Thanks ever so much for stopping by this morning and for the heads up about the photos. I fixed them right away!!!
Can you believe I've never seen Titanic? I was pregnant when it came out and I was afraid I'd cry for a week and well, one of these days I guess I need to rent it. The clothes are amazing.
Happy Pink Saturday to you!
CailinMarie

Catharina Maria said...

Hallo Debbie , I like your pink Saturday post !
Thanks for your visit to me and your sweet comment .
Have a nice Pink Weekend !
Love ♥RINI♥

xinex said...

Great pink contribution for today, Debbie. The gowns are stunning! I am in love with the very first one....Christine

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

My dear sweet friend, Debbie!!
It has been awhile since I watched Titanic and reading your post and looking at all of the lovely fashions have made me want to see it again!! I think I will be digging out my DVD this weekend!!
Thanks so much for all of your lovely comments!! They actually made me cry today!! I am so touched and honored to have you as one of my closest and dearest blogging friends!! You ALWAYS brighten up my days!!!
Love and hugs to you,
Debbie

Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Wonderful post, I too loved the movie Titanic. We have the DVD, but I haven't watched it in a long time.

Happy Pink Saturday, warmest, Brenda

eileeninmd said...

Lovely gowns and a pretty psot for Pink Saturday! Have a great weekend!

Shelia said...

Hi Debbie! What a lovely post of Pinkness about the Titanic! You've a wonderful spirit and I know we'd be friends if we met! Now you said the magic word when you said 'cobbler'! :)
Wish I could pop over! :)
Happy Pink Saturday,
Shelia ;)

someplace in thyme said...

Weren't the gowns simply gorgeous back then? Of course, only the very rich were able to dress like that. Beautiful fabrics, lace and baubles.
I love that movie, but I prefer the older one in black and white. Barbara Stanwick I think. Your post is fantastic this week Debbie and makes me want to watch it all over again. Such brave people and many cowards too. Shows us all sides of humanity.
I love your idea with the faux cakes and altho I am not a cake designer, you have given me an idea. I will let you know if it gets born. Happy Pink Saturday girlfriend, Char

Dogmom Diva said...

Hi Debbie, thanks for stopping by again today, I look forward to your visits and your posts..this one was beautiful..stunning dresses of that era weren't they?
Have a blessed weekend and God Bless..

Barb

Jacalyn @ rmebathproducts.com said...

Oh I couldn't agree with you more! Rose's dresses were gorgeous! What a great movie!

Happy PS,
Jacalyn

Tracy F. said...

What a lovely post! The poem is wonderful and I love the blue parasol. I wonder where, on Google, you found those lovely pictures? Happy Pink Saturday!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Debbie! I loved the dresses in that movie, and I loved the music, too. One of the richest men in the world went down with that ship, and he died a hero.

Happy Pink Saturday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I don't know what just happened, but my post didn't go through. I enjoyed this movie... the costumes and the music. One of the wealthiest men in the world went down with that ship, and he died a hero. He allowed the women and children to get into the lifeboats first.

Happy PS, Debbie...

XO,

Sheila :-)

That shabby Pink Girl said...

Hi Debbie
Oh! I love the dresses, I have the DVD of the Titanic, and I watch it from time to time,and I still cry when I do. Thanks for sharing these pictures with us.

Have a Pretty Pink Saturday!
Hugs
marian elizabeth

Heidi Pocketbook said...

Stopping by to say hi, Debbie. Hope you have a good Saturday.

hugs from Heidi

roy/elisabeth dean said...

I don't want to be a pest, but could I have ICE CREAM on my cobbler?
I would SO love to sit in a garden with you and talk, talk, talk! Even the robins would tire of us!
I hope you have a beautiful pink saturday....I will try to join in one day soon~
Love to you and Angel whispers to Amy~
♥,Lilly

Sherry said...

Didn't you love the costumes in that movie!! My favorite was the flowing dress she wore under the coat! I love how when she and Leo ran through the working level of the ship the camera caught it in slow-mo blowing in the wind. I have just always loved that dress!!! In another life I could have been a costumes designer! LOL Great Pink Sat. post.
Thanks for stopping by.
Sherry

Tracy F. said...

Debbie- Could you please try to send me the Google info. at this email:
tracylnf@hotmail.com ? Thank you so much!

Sherry from Alabama said...

Believe it or not, I've never seen this movie. I'm thinking that I may just have to borrow my sweet mother-in-law's copy of it now. Enjoyed your post!

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

Marina Capano said...

Hi! what a cute post! I love this movie!
have a nice pink saturday and amazing week!

xoxo

Lisa said...

What an awesome post! I love the dresses too! My favorites!! Thanks for sharing!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Hugs, Lisa

Kathy said...

That is a beautiful movie! What a lovely gown! Love it when you stop by, hope you have a terrific weekend!
Happy Pink Saturday,
Kathy

Sares said...

Cherry cobbles sounds mighty delicious this time of year! Titanic is a fabulous movie. I love the costumes too. Can you imagine being on that ship, how absolutely terrifying it must have been.
Have a beautiful Sunday Debbie, I thought about you on Amy's Birthday and I hope you came through it alright and the days are starting to offer more hope to you. We all know she would NOT want you to grieve so deeply forever. She would so want you to find joy again.

Annesphamily said...

Hi Debbie! I love this post. Your style of writing is so poignant and beautiful. I truly loved reading this today. I hope you will continue to visit me. I treasure knowing you more than you can know.You are such a sweet lady and everytime I see my red tulips bloom in the Springtime I shall forever think of you and your beautiful Amy! Hugs Anne

NanE said...

Hi Debbie, thanks for stopping by my blog! I never seem to get around to everyone on Saturday. I too, loved Titanic, I can remember seeing the old black and white version as a child so I have always been fascinated by the story. Happy Pink Saturday (a day late) :) Nan

Leann said...

Mmmm... I just bought a quart of cherries yesterday - cherry cobbler sounds divine. I love this era and all the romance associated with the style.

Enjoy
Leann

~~Carol~~ said...

That was such a great movie. Not only was it a good story, but the clothes were just gorgeous!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Carol

The Knitwit Knitter said...

Happy Pink Saturday!!!

Chatty Crone said...

HAPPY PINK SATURDAY!

What a great and different idea attaching pink to the movie. I love pink - and I love the movie! sandie

A 2 Z said...

Hi Debbie,

Thanks for the visit! I<m a new follower. Your post is so inspiring and beautiful. I<m happy I dropped by.

Take care,

Anne-Marie :D

Oklahoma Granny said...

Titanic is one of my favorite movies too. I toured the Titanic exhibit in Branson a few years ago. I took my time looking at all the displays. I was there 3+ hours. It was amazing!

Maison Mutt said...

What a genius post!!! Looks like I'm going to have to find a pattern for that gorg jacket. To answer your question... The macarons are both crunchy AND creamy. Pure heaven. Yes, do be sure to try yourself. Thanks for stopping by!
Licks & Wags - Niki

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

I'm a Titanic buff -- haven't seen the movie but have researched the ship for decades. Little Eva was right - the ship broke in 2 and the stern was straight up before plunging down. How horrible! Sad so many perished and that there were not lifeboats for all.

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Debbie, Happy PiNk to you...

Oh, that was such a fabulous movie. I've watched it twice. I really need to add it to my DVD collection. The clothes were so dreamy, weren't they? ♥

Thanks so much for visiting me.
I hope your week is off to a great
start.

Stephanie ♥

Shirl said...

Hi Debbie, thank you so much for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment. Your post is adorable this week. Love your cute pets. Thank you so much for your prayers for my son and grandson!
Blessings, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage