Episode original air date...TBD...come on universe we’re all waiting :p
Jimmy Fallon: Tonight’s guest is a newcomer but came on the scene in a whirlwind; she’s a writer and actor on her new Netflix show, “Carry On,” please welcome Holly Williams!
Holly Williams walks from behind the great curtain, the audience applauds wildly.
Holly waves to the audience and cameras.
…….. the most breathtaking place on the planet.
Still dark and very cool, sometimes cold.
Long straw-like grass biting at your legs.
New growth pinching your soles through the sand
Hearing the rhythm of nature’s sound -
But not seeing anything.
The smell is crisp and the air gently wisps your face.
Your feet sink slowly into the ground making your strides more deliberate, slow and deep.
Clutching your arms and rubbing them to keep warm while the breeze gets stronger.
Still very dark.
Nature’s sound is louder and bolder with each beat ascending as it concludes its motion.
Growing up, I always had a love of movies--mostly classic films. I remember distinctly watching TMC with my Nana on her long, floral, silky couch. It was so fancy; I felt like such a lady. We’d snuggle close while my mom was at work, or as I got older, after school. We’d fit so well.
Robert Osborne would introduce the film, the stars and director, and maybe give a story or piece of Hollywood Trivia. I collected all that knowledge I learned. I stored it all in my mind, ready to share that information with my mom and sister (or really anyone). I’d tell them stories I heard and facts about Loretta Young, Myrna Loy, Gary Cooper, and my favorite Audrey Hepburn.