Manolo says, here you see the Rene Zellweger in the beautiful-if-perhaps- inappropriate-for-the-beach-wedding Carolina Herrera wedding gown with her new husband the Kenny Chesney.
The Manolo he is hoping that the hunky country doofus husband, he wore to the ceremony something the little more formal than the untucked white shirt and the grey pants.
Still, the Manolo he could not be happier for the loopy Rene Zellweger and her ersatz cowboy with the hat too big for his head. And, likewise he can only approve of the intimate, romantic nature of the ceremony and the way the Rene she managed to keep the loathesome papparazzi at the great distance.
May they long be happy.
Manolo says, many of the Manolo’s internet friends they have emailed the Manolo with the news of the discovery of another ancient shoe!
Perhaps it was left for symbolic reasons, or simply forgotten in the mud. Archaeologists said Tuesday they had found a 2,000-year-old shoe hidden in a hollow tree used to construct an ancient well near Wellington in southwest England.
“As far as we know, this is the oldest shoe ever found in the United Kingdom,” said Stephen Reed, who led the team from Exeter Archaeology that made the find on the site of a modern day quarry. “It is reasonably well-preserved, with stitch and lace holes still visible in the leather.”
The shoe is being studied by conservationists in Salisbury, southwest England, and is expected to be displayed at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.
This it is undoubtedly the very important discovery, however, the shoe itself, it is not what the Manolo would call the super fantastic.
Indeed does it not look like the Birkenstock, suitable for the wearing by the peasants of the mud?
Manolo says, here is what the Manolo is…
As you can see, the Manolo he has been watching this new miniseries about the Elvis, and now he has the Elvis on the brain. In the opinion of the Manolo this show it is the most excellent portrayal of the young genius the Manolo has ever seen. Truly it is indeed worth the watching.
In the fact, the miniseries , it has inspired the Manolo to reread what the Manolo considers the best biography written in the last twenty years, the Peter Guralnick’s Last Train to Memphis.
Manolo says, for the Manolo, the Elvis will always be the King.