Q is for
Que Sera, Sera sang by Doris Day. This sooo veers off the book theme—or does it?
DORIS DAY, Her Own Story, by A.E. Hotchner (and Doris Day)
I had to get this book in and I was past the d’s and well...you know.
First Line: After twenty-seven years of band singing, radio, nightclub appearances, recording, movie and television acting, my public image is unshakably that of America’s wholesome virgin, the girl next door carefree and brimming with happiness.
She goes on to to say that just like her roles are make believe, that idea of her is also make believe (paraphrased).
End (Last Few) Lines: When thoughts are positive and loving, a person’s entire face relaxes. Down lines go up. Worry lines ease out. The body lifts in spirit; the soul is uplifted. It’s the greatest cosmetic of all, and it doesn’t cost a cent.
Doris Day is 91 this year (I think). She had an interesting career and life. I like (and own MANY of) her movies. I regret that I have never met her.