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Simona Ruffino Simona Ruffino from italy wrote on December 12, 2020 at 8:46 pm:
Hi Lily, my name is Simona and I am writing to you from Italy. I don't know how to write English well, but I'm sure we will understand each other anyway. In these difficult days of lock down in Italy I am finding breath in "Frankie": what a beautiful character! I'm sorry to live on the other side of the world because otherwise I would send you beautiful flowers and a menage a moi to thank you. You are amazing. with gratitude and sincere, deep affection.
Dona McPhillips Dona McPhillips from Apache Junction wrote on December 9, 2020 at 8:24 pm:
Hi Lily, I keep checking in on this website trying to figure out if it is active or not. It seems like maybe you update it once a yr or something like that but not every month like Jane Fonda does hers. And you don't add your own comments, so it's a one way feedback log from your fans, which is not as fulfilling, but it is something. But I was kind of hoping that with the stay at home Covid experience you might feel more inclined to interact with or update it more often etc. After seeing you recently on Ellen, (where I got a good deep belly laugh from watching you), you told her you were busy cleaning house and getting things from Amazon. Okay, Very Virgo of you, but call me greedy, but I wanted a chance to get to know you and JW like I have with JF. through her blog. I wonder if you even read this or just hit a button to log it in. I've read some comments here that indicate that your filter has very large holes compared to mine. (Which I would expect anyway.) So here's feedback for my watching you this yr. Like I said I watched you on "Ellen", I laughed maybe the best laughs I've had this yr. Bringing in the "harness" that you couldn't identify and seeing Ellen turn redder than the fall foliage on her stage was great. I'm sorry that I haven't been able to see the movie that you produced, (I know I have the title wrong), "Nitro Girls"? I hope I get a chance to see it PPV. The subject was interesting and informative, something I was not aware of. I'm just not going to movies at this time because I lived in a community with several 80 & 90 yr old's. Until we have a vaccine, I'm staying home like you. I saw you and JaneF do a skit with answering questions for each other and then hitting a red button. That was great fun. I was surprised at how many times I had the right answer about both of you. As always so very funny. I love that it was You & Jane as yourselves, not characters. The spontaneity was quick and easy and as fun as watching Burns & Allen. Loved it. Yes, of course, I re-watch G & F when I get low, like all your other fans. And I wait for the last season hoping that you will ALL have the vaccine and be safe, because NO show would be worth it if it meant losing any of you. I also, wonder how and what Jane W is doing during this Covid shutdown. How does Jane deal with her creative urges? Is she writing? Drawing? Doodling? Seems everyone under the sun is writing books, All the lawyers. I watch Amanpour interview one after another. I would love it if Jane were writing a book about the two of you. I'll keep saying it...I would loved to see a movie of your story. We don't have enough good lesbian stories out there. What a creative team you have been. Just wishin.. My Best Wishes for good health, a better happier New Year where you both can continue to create, explore, grow and share as much as you want. Love, Dona
Rose Apuzzo Rose Apuzzo from East Haven wrote on December 6, 2020 at 7:44 pm:
I love you so much! You made it easier for me to come out and be me! I am friends with Kat Kramer. I would love you to be interviewed by my best friend Richard Skipper ♥ kat just was on his Facebook show!
Thomas Mizanowski Thomas Mizanowski from Brisbane, Australia wrote on December 3, 2020 at 9:33 am:
So many laughs. I hope you keep making comedy.
Kristina Kristina from Peotone wrote on November 29, 2020 at 7:19 am:
Hi. My name is kristian (boring ass bullshit I know) my grandma and I started watching grace and Frankie when it first came out (it actually inspired my job at the time!) since then my grandmother has gotten dementia. She has fallen down the stairs many times.. she is too proud to ask for help but she is my absolute best friend in the world mY ‘twin flame’ if you must and I can mention grace and Frankie and we can watch it together and it’s one of those things she remembers. She confuses me for my sisters often but at least she’s close. My grandmother is my life and she has loved you and Jane Fonda for all of these years. I just wanted to thank you for putting a smile on my grandmas face when I cannot. For providing such a wonderful show to make her laugh cry inspire. I know she doesn’t remember anymore.. and I don’t know why she remembers this. (She raised me from 1996 - 2012 ) and doesn’t even remember toy story but she remembers the laughs we have had together over this show. Thank you for providing a bridge between us. Something both of us could enough and laugh at. My grandma only remembers the first two seasons if anything how but it will still always be something I cherish In my heart. Thank you so much for your humor, compassion, and the bridge you have given generations. I cannot thank you enough for standing up and being the women you are and have been Thank you for paving the road for us Kristina bolsoni 26 yrs old
Terri McKee Terri McKee from Bangor wrote on November 23, 2020 at 12:48 pm:
Thank you for inspiring me to be a better human and thanks for the laughs! Sending love from Nothern Ireland.
Keith Pederson Keith Pederson from Saint Paul wrote on November 22, 2020 at 3:38 am:
I would love to see you and Jane and Sarah and Holland do a podcast together.
Nona Landis Nona Landis from Delaware, Ohio wrote on November 20, 2020 at 1:25 am:
You have made retirement fun. I planned on sticking around the house a bit this year, but it has been more than expected. It let me watch all 7 years of Grace and Frankie then I oved on to all of Laugh-In. My loud laughig brought my 11 year old Grandson in to watch what Grandma was watching but he wasn't supposed to. Thank you so much.
Ryan Roman Ryan Roman from Milwaukie wrote on November 12, 2020 at 6:55 am:
Dear Lily Tomlin you are so cool I love you I hope that you are doing well? I'm disabled it's been hard was wondering if you could mail me some autograph stuff for my bday it would be neat too hear from you. Ryan Roman 7996 SE Stephanie ct Portland or 97222 Usa
Margaret Leafstedt Margaret Leafstedt from Savage MN wrote on November 5, 2020 at 12:46 am:
Big fan of the work you have done and continue to do today. We need more Lilys and Janes.
Ryan Roman Ryan Roman from Milwaukie wrote on October 29, 2020 at 12:10 pm:
Dear Lily Tomlin you are so awesome hope you are doing well? Your a hero of mine I was wondering for my bday could u send me some signed stuff for my bday I'm disabled it would mean alote too me. I hope hear back from you lots of love too you. Love your fan Ryan
John Spear John Spear from Seattle wrote on October 29, 2020 at 2:14 am:
Lilly, you are amazing! My aunt was Mariam Slater and she was a friend of yours- I called her my wild Auntie Mame. Love you and your work. Thanks for making us laugh!
Amanda Greathouse Amanda Greathouse from Atmore wrote on October 28, 2020 at 1:39 pm:
I've loved you since first seeing 9 to 5 at 8 years old, 25 years ago. You rock, and you helped me love myself, growing up. You're a talented actress and writer and I love your sense of humor. @LilyTomlin I imagine you and @Janefonda are RL besties as well as in the show after knowing one another so long. I am not sure how politically active you are, or how inclined you are toward nostalgia for the 70s but I saw a post about Druid Heights and it mentioned you in connection with it. I'm not sure how likely it is you'll see this but, if you ARE inclined politically and you do remember the place fondly... maybe you could or would help? I am ugly crying seeing the place lost to time. I'm wondering if you knew Elsa personally or not I read that her dying wish was that the place be a haven for queer artists. And I'm wondering, from one queer artist to another, if you might consider speaking on its behalf or even interceding to get it back from the park service somehow, to act as a haven for people like us with the recent nomination of ACB to the Supreme Court, both a woman's right to choose and womyn's rights to marry one another as well are both in danger. The pendulum seems to be swinging away from progress and back toward the sort of climate that I imagine drove Womyns Lands to be such a thing in the 60s to 80s was being felt again, and if you might intercede to create a haven for love and art in these dark times. Or if, shy of this, you are merely willing to use your platform to raise awareness as it sits, so that there is 1 more quiet, beautiful corner, where love can rule the day. https://www.facebook.com/groups/fae.propaganda/permalink/789930481579833
Amy Amy from Whiting wrote on October 26, 2020 at 10:51 pm:
My Mom is loving Frankie and Grace. Thanks for making her 87th year full of laughs.
Artur Artur from Krakow, Poland wrote on October 26, 2020 at 2:08 pm:
My name is Artur and i’m from Poland - Maybe when the pandemic will be over you will come again – you have a lot of fans here 🙂 . We are currently struggling with many problems in Poland – especially in the field of LGBT rights. Even the President of Poland said that „LGBT is ideology not people” and many local authorities have passed laws about „LGBT-free zones”. Even Joe Biden even joe biden tweeted about it this week. I lost my job a few years ago because of this policy. Currently i’m very happy with my partner. For several years, on the occasion of his birthday, I have prepared a surprise for him. I am asking people who are known and committed to equality to send him a recording of short birthday wishes. Last year it was Agnieszka Holland. I know you probably receive thousands of such requests, but you are a true fighter for the most important things and a great actress, so I decided to ask you this year. Of course, I will understand if it fails 🙂 Thanks for all you do! All the best!
Gladys Gladys from STRANRAER wrote on October 26, 2020 at 9:46 am:
Hi from Galloway Scotland 1969 was year I left school and went to college .I loved Dean Martin I remember he was on laugh-in .That's when I first recognised what a brilliantly talented lady you are.Now 50 yrs and 3children ,6grandchildren later.G&F has been a blessing and caused a little bladder leak at times it so funny !!!!I was new to netflix at start of lockdown so hadnt seen any of it . Love and best wishes
Karen Luhring Karen Luhring from Tulsa wrote on October 25, 2020 at 1:48 am:
My bucket list has one item-see Lily Tomlin perform "live" before I bite the dust. My older sister used to listen to you on vinyl when I was just a kid-it was my first real exposure to comedy. You have been a gift to the world!
DL DL from Minnesota wrote on October 15, 2020 at 8:34 pm:
I recently watched ALL of Grace and Frankie and loved it. Your character was so much like my own mother and I found myself aching from laughter and loss with how much your performance both made me miss her and feel her presence. Thank you for sharing your talents with the world. You have a profound way of using humor to convey truth and I am so grateful to have experienced your art. Thank you!
Nada A Nada A from Riyadh wrote on October 11, 2020 at 4:03 pm:
I loved you so much as Frankie I admire your sense of humour! Funny and loveable We all enjoyed it
Janis Moher Janis Moher from Toronto, Ont Canada wrote on October 6, 2020 at 7:33 am:
Dear Lily & Jane, I just finished watching 'The Search for Signs...'. You are both such incredibly talented women! I can't believe how wonderful this masterpiece is from beginning to end. Truly unbelievable. Lily - I remember watching your movies on repeat when I was a kid. I've been a fan ever since. Watching you again as an adult, & I'm absolutely sure that you are the most gifted actor I have ever seen. I wish you and Jane safety, good health & happiness in 2020 and beyond. (We all need extra well wishes right now.) 🙂 Sending love to you both, - from Canada. xxoo Janis M.

 

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