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Happy Birthday Marilyn Monroe

This dazzling icon would have been 85 yesterday, and Im sure she would have been just as beautiful and charming as she was.
Although she is long before my time, I never forget seeing her on tv when I was 11. The movie was 'How to Marry a Millionaire', where she plays a semi blind blonde, who, along with her two girlfriends, are trying to figure the science of marrying a millionaire. Refusing to wear glasses, her character bumps around the scene in funny little anecdotes. The moral of the movie is love conquers all - and they all happen to be millionaires... But Marilyn's performance captured me. I had never seen a creature more beautiful. Her images still inspire me:

The girl loved to read

 Happy Birthday Marilyn Monroe

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