We are kicking off the new week looking at Guarding Tess Presidential Library Letters.
First of all, as a reminder with today being President’s Day the Post Office is closed.
Guarding Tess Presidential Library Letters
The 1994 movie, Guarding Tess, is set in Ohio. If you have not seen the movie, it gets its name for the name of the former First Lady character Tess Carlisle. Shirley MacLaine endearingly has the lead actress role; Nicolas Cage is the Secret Service agent “Guarding Tess”. The movie includes her having a Presidential Library established for her late husband.
Throughout the movie we’ll see her siting at her secretary desk hand writing letters with personal correspondence. Should you be looking for a movie to add to your list to watch, or re-watch, I hope you’ll include this one. It is especially nice seeing the special bond they have which the last ten minutes does a great job sharing.
Furthermore, here is a link to the 1994 movie review of Guarding Tess by Roger Ebert I’m including; sometimes I prefer to read reviews after seeing the movie!
Guarding Tess Movie Preview
Today is daily blog post #1090 since launching AnchoredScraps. If you are new to my blog you may enjoy these previous blog posts – or you may enjoy re-reading them. Enjoy!
- JFK Forever Stamp Presidents Day 2017 2-20-2017
- President Bush broccoli letter by 5yearold 7-14-2016
- Presidents Day and Presidential Letters 2-15-2016
- “Dere Mr. President”: The Hilarious Letters Kids Write to the President 1-12-2016
P.S. #InCoWriMo2018 continues with it being day 19 for the February write one letter each day event.
Guarding Tess Presidential Library Letters Attribution & Thank you to the following who I am referencing today –
Image Antique pocket clock on vintage books and letters background ID 40697280 | Dreamstime.com
YouTube Guarding Tess – Trailer, Posted by YouTube Movies; Published on Apr 10, 2017
Guarding Tess Movie Reivew by Roger Ebert
AnchoredScraps blog posts (see above)