She’s a man, baby!
Happy Birthday Maysa ;)
You’re a really kind girl and if someone then you deserve that you spend this day with happiness and fun, but not just today of course. This is not just a blablabla - maybe that or those stupid persons whos saying stupid words about you think that this is, but not. But today is not about them. Today is about you. Happy Birthday to you again and don’t forget that you are a great person and everything what you doing here we really appreciate.
Thank you for you are to us, too!
Happy Birthday to you again Maysa! ;)
Aaw, thank you so much for your words Csabi!! You’re such a good man! :D And these words mean a lot to me! Thanks again. ♥
“Got A Lot O’ Livin’ To Do” from the movie Loving You (1957)
“So in the final Coast-to-Coast broadcast that caps the picture and refutes all the mean-spirited critics of rock ‘n’ roll, there is Elvis rocking away onstage, and there is Gladys seated on the aisle - with Vernon beside her, and the Nicholses beside him - clapping away in time to the music, intent on nothing but her boy. Elvis swivels his leg sharply, then good-naturedly drags it behind him. He stands at the lip of the stage and, along with the Jordanaires, who are dressed in matching cowboy outfits, leads the audience in hand clapping, then jumps down and comes dancing up the aisle. Gladys’ gaze never wavers. For a moment he is standing to her left, and as she claps along she never takes her eyes off her son. Then he backs away, climbs back up on the stage, and the number is over, the studio audience is still applauding, Gladys along with the rest - but for her it is different, different even than for the man beside her. For her it is the pinnacle of everything she had ever dreamed or imagined. Her gaze is transformed by love.”
—Peter Guralnick, Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley
(Gladys is seated on the right side of the aisle in a turquoise-ish color)