Thursday, November 13, 2008

The word fabulous does not do it justice.

Imagine a world of glitter and feathers, gilt and mirrors. Monkey fur and capes, bling beyond your wildest of dreams. Put a little piano music behind it all, drop it into a strip mall in Las Vegas, and you have the Liberace Museum.

Ta da!!!
high step kicking in front of the liberace museum

Purpletwinkie and Mr. J. were our escorts, and we had 45 minutes to take it all in. It was very, very hard to focus. So many shiny reflective surfaces.
Scott taking a photo of me taking a photo
me taking a photo of scott
me waving in reflection. tiny wave.
So many costumes.
patriotic liberace costume
So many pianos to play.
keyboards everywhere. i must play this one!i can play the wall piano!
So many lines that were just meant to be read out loud.
Why don't I?
It was a magical and mystical visit. Even a rainbow filled the sky as we left.
and the clouds parted and the rainbow came out
What a heavenly visit. Thanks, Purpletwinkie and Mr. J. You guys are the best.

To see more photos from our visit to the Liberace Museum, go here.


Anonymous said...

Sweet mother of gawd. Awesome.

Karolcooks said...

Liberace was straight, right?

Rozanne said...

Monkey fur!!!??? That's the one thing that doesn't sound fabulous. (Kinda skanky, no?)

These photos are great. You know I love sparkley shiny things. If I ever go to Vegas, the Liberace Museum will be at the top of my list of things to see. How great!

purpletwinkie said...

Oh the feathers, the monkey fur, the rhinestones, the beading... oh, and the shuttle bus driver shouting, "Last bus leaving in 10 minutes. Last call! Last bus of the day!"

Good times.

Deb Rox said...

Glitterific! I've got to get to Vegas. I didn't even know this wonderment existed!

Anonymous said...

upside-down monkey fur, is there anything klassier?

Cathy said...

Yikes! Sensory overload. But it looks like fun.

Charlotte in Pa said...

Ha! I'm glad that you were able to experience the fabulousness. I love Vegas!

Anonymous said...

I drove by but never dared to venture in. OMG - I missed pure tacky fantabulistic overload! Now I must go back.