People I Admire
People I Admire
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“Grief is a most peculiar thing; we’re so helpless in the face of it. It’s like a window that will simply open of its own accord. The room grows cold, and we can do nothing but shiver. But it opens a little less each time, and a little less; and one day we wonder what has become of it.” ― Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha
Jackie Kennedy at the funeral of JFK
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Jacqueline Kennedy at the funeral of her husband, President John F. Kennedy, November 1963
Jackie Kennedy at Funeral of her husband John F Kennedy 11-25-63
A sad day in American history
Jackie Kennedy at the funeral of her husband, President John F. Kennedy, November 1963.
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The Nascar Legend Dale Earnhardt
Dale Earnhardt my inspiration ❤ the intimidator
DaleEarnhardt NASCAR LEGEND
The Man.... Dale Earnhardt <3
Dale Earnhardt Sr: Intimidater
oh how I loved this pic when I went through my JFK Jr phase.....
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Baby JFK jr | Cardigan Empire: Pregnancy Inspiration: Boy Frocks He was known as "John John" at the time. This is an iconic photo from a live moment I will never forget. We hae not had a President since that time that the American people actually liked. The one exception, especially as to his integrity is Bill Clinton.
Little John Kennedy Jr. (John John) salutes his father's casket as it goes by in the funeral procession, November 25, 1963. This sad day was also little John John's 3rd birthday.
Iconic photo of John F. Kennedy, Jr., at his father's funeral procession
John Jr. November 1963. Saluting his Father's Coffin at the funeral procession of President John F Kennedy
Pregnancy Inspiration: Boy Frocks
Jesse & Frank James
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Frank and Jesse James - The two brothers carried out their criminal activities in the Wild West during the Civil War. One of their most horrible – arranged massacre in Missouri. They killed over 23 people, most of whom were then scalped and dismembered. After the war, Frank and Jesse began robbing banks, trains, shops in Iowa, Texas, and Alabama.
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Rare Photo of Jesse James and his brother Frank James, outlaws 1863
Jackie Bouvier Kennedy
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Jacqueline Kennedy at Hammersmith Farm in Newport, Rhode Island on her wedding day, September 12, 1953. I'm fascinated with Jackie Kennedy Onassis !
Bridal #GLOVES: sophisticated detail from iconic brides.... #wedding #weddingplanner #bridal #bridalgloves #JacquelineKennedy #comolake
Sept. 12, 1953. Newport, Rhode Island. "Kennedy wedding -- Jacqueline Kennedy throwing the bouquet." Gelatin Silver print by Toni Frissell. So classy love the dress for inspiration.
Jackie Kennedy Wedding Dress - beautiful!
johnny cash....freaking love johnny cash.
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The man in black. A True Legend. Photo Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
The Man In Black Country Music Legend Johnny Cash by ViewObscura, $10.00
Could there ever be another Man in Black? #johnnycash
Johnny Cash.. The man in black how i love his music... hurt is my favorite song!
Princess Di...the people's princess
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Diana, Princess of Wales ~ casual style
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Lady Diana didn't she look great in a classic White Shirt
9.2 "I think the biggest disease this world suffers from is people feeling unloved"... Princess Diana
PRINCESS DIANA: Lady Diana Frances Spencer (1961-1997). Achievements: Becoming the most famous woman in the world and raising awareness of several social issues including AIDS, poverty, drug problems, homelessness. Diana was involved with dozens of charities and had a particular interest in children and AIDS victims. She held honorary ranks with several regiments of the Armed Forces. She was an excellent pianist and is patron of several music organizations and charities.
Princess Diana: white shirt, blue jeans, and big sunglasses...classic
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Another picture with Lauren's beautiful hair! #wavy #blonde #highlights
Lauren Conrad <3 http://beyouthful.net/celebrity-secrets-lauren-conrads-top-skin-care-tips/ #laurenconrad #bride #beauty #skincare #tips
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Lauren Conrad, beautiful hair color
Loose beach waves LOVE her hair color!... Can I just look like that?
Lauren Conrad - love this hair style!
Hair: Wavy Hair Color: Light Brown
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Rick Reilly is probably the finest and most creative sports writer of our time. His column on Tim Tebow. I've come to believe in Tim Tebow, but not for what he does on a football field, which is still three parts Dr. Jekyll and two parts Mr. Hyde. No, I've come to believe in Tim Tebow for what he does off a football field, which is represent the best parts of us, the parts I want to be and so rarely am. Who among us is this selfless? Every week, Tebow picks out someone who is suffering, or who is dying, or who is injured, flies them and their families to the Broncos game, rents them a car, puts them up in a nice hotel, buys them dinner (usually at a Dave and Buster's), gets them and their families pregame passes, visits with them just before kickoff (!), gets them 30-yard line tickets down low, visits with them after the game (sometimes for an hour), has them walk him to his car, and sends them off with a basket of gifts. Home or road, win or lose, hero or goat. Remember last week, when the world was pulling its hair out in the hour after Tebow had stunned the Pittsburgh Steelers with an 80-yard OT touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas in the playoffs? And Twitter was exploding with 9,420 tweets about Tebow per second? When an ESPN poll was naming him the most popular athlete in America ? Tebow was spending that hour talking to 16-year-old Bailey Knaub about her 73 surgeries so far and what TV shows she likes. "Here he'd just played the game of his life," recalls Bailey's mother, Kathy, of Loveland , Colo. , "and the first thing he does after his press conference is come find Bailey and ask, 'Did you get anything to eat?' He acted like what he'd just done wasn't anything, like it was all about Bailey." More than that, Tebow kept corralling people into the room for Bailey to meet. Hey, Demaryius, come in here a minute. Hey, Mr. Elway. Hey, Coach Fox. Even though sometimes-fatal Wegener's granulomatosis has left Bailey with only one lung, the attention took her breath away. "It was the best day of my life," she emailed. "It was a bright star among very gloomy and difficult days. Tim Tebow gave me the greatest gift I could ever imagine. He gave me the strength for the future. I know now that I can face any obstacle placed in front of me. Tim taught me to never give up because at the end of the day, today might seem bleak but it can't rain forever and tomorrow is a new day, with new promises." I read that email to Tebow and he was honestly floored. "Why me? Why should I inspire her?" he said. "I just don't feel, I don't know, adequate. Really, hearing her story inspires me." It's not just NFL defenses that get Tebowed. It's kids who will die soon. It's adults who can hardly stand. It's high school girls who don't know if they'll ever go to a prom. For the game at Buffalo , it was Charlottesville , Va. , blue-chip high school QB Jacob Rainey, who lost his leg after a freak tackle in a scrimmage. Tebow threw three interceptions in that Buffalo game and the Broncos were crushed, 40-14. "He walked in and took a big sigh and said, 'Well, that didn't go as planned,'" remembers Rainey. "Where I'm from, people wonder how sincere and genuine he is. But I think he's the most genuine person I've ever met." There's not an ounce of artifice or phoniness or Hollywood in this kid Tebow and I've looked everywhere for it. Take 9-year-old Zac Taylor, a child who lives in constant pain. Immediately after Tebow shocked the Chicago Bears with a 13-10 comeback win, Tebow spent an hour with Zac and his family. At one point, Zac, who has 10 doctors, asked Tebow if he has a secret prayer for hospital visits. Tebow whispered it in his ear. And since Tebow still needed to be checked out by the Broncos' team doctor, he took Zac in with him, but only after they'd whispered it together. And it's not always kids. Tom Driscoll, a 55-year-old who is dying of brain cancer at a hospice in Denver , was Tebow's guest for the Cincinnati game. "The doctors took some of my brain," Driscoll says, "so my short-term memory is kind of shot. But that day I'll never forget. Tim is such a good man." This whole thing makes no football sense, of course. Most NFL players hardly talk to teammates before a game, much less visit with the sick and dying. Isn't that a huge distraction? "Just the opposite," Tebow says. "It's by far the best thing I do to get myself ready. Here you are, about to play a game that the world says is the most important thing in the world. Win and they praise you. Lose and they crush you. And here I have a chance to talk to the coolest, most courageous people. It puts it all into perspective. The game doesn't really matter. I mean, I'll give 100 percent of my heart to win it, but in the end, the thing I most want to do is not win championships or make a lot of money, it's to invest in people's lives, to make a difference." So that's it. I've given up giving up on him. I'm a 100 percent believer. Not in his arm. Not in his skills. I believe in his heart, his there-will-definitely-be-a-pony-under-the-tree optimism, the way his love pours into people, right up to their eyeballs, until they believe they can master the hopeless comeback, too. Remember the QB who lost his leg, Jacob Rainey? He got his prosthetic leg a few weeks ago and he wants to play high school football next season. Yes, tackle football. He'd be the first to do that on an above-the-knee amputation. Hmmm. Wonder where he got that crazy idea? "Tim told me to keep fighting, no matter what," Rainey says. "I am." He is such an amazing guy and he deserves to be blessed in every way possible!
Tim Tebow: future husband!
tim tebow- God bless this man to stay right and be an awesome example to young people!
Tim Tebow... Godly men can be sexy too!
Tim Tebow, one of my favorite famous people
Tim Tebow = eye candy
The Kennedy Boys
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The Kennedy brothers. These men (especially Bobby) are a huge inspiration to me.
I have this weird fascination with the Kennedy family
The Kennedy Brothers : Their vision for America helped us to get this far. Too bad people are working so hard today to take us backward. Thanks John, Robert and Teddy...
This undated file photo shows the Kennedy brothers, John F. Kennedy, left, Robert Kennedy, and Ted Kennedy, right, in Hyannis Port, Mass. Ted Kennedy died Aug, 25, 2009.
john f. kennedy jr. & carolyn bessette.