People I Admire
People I Admire
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Determination and drive
Pro Athletic, Paralympics Tots Amazing, Inspiration, Athletic Events, 2008 Paralympics, Final Athletic, Admire, Nutrition Lifesti, Nutrition Lifesty
One of the most beautiful tributes I've ever seen - the two blue light towers replacing the two fallen twin towers after the attacks on 9/11.
Twin Tower Memorial
New York Skyline
We Will Never Forget!!!!!
Lights, Pics, Remember 911, New York Skyline, Veggies Burgers, Beautiful, Twin Towers, Forget, Towers Memories
Crazy..... Going over a waterfall in a kayak !!!
Waterfall Ski, Ortiz Kayaks, Crazy Kayaks, Kayaks Hailey
Rafael Ortiz kayaking down the Big Banana Falls.
Little Chief 1889
Indian Chiefs, American Indian, Native Americana, Bull Head, Metis Woman, Indian Photos, Chiefs 1889, Chiefs Bullhead, Native People
Little Chief 1889. I've also seen this man described as Bulls Head, Old Sarcee Chief n.d. in another pinned photo. JE
Chief Bullhead, 1885
Jackie Kennedy Tipsymadras
History, John Kennedy, Jackie Kennedy, Dallas Texas, Pink Suits, Chanel Suits, Jfk, The Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy
Jackie & John Kennedy
Jackie Kennedy & JFK 1963 Dallas--I loved that pink suit. I made one to match.
John and Jackie Kennedy at Love Field in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. From Life Magazine..."Now in the sunny freshness of a Texas morning,” LIFE wrote in its Nov. 29, 1963, issue, alongside the first photo in this gallery, “with roses in her arms and a luminous smile on her lips, Jacqueline Kennedy still had one hour to share the buoyant surge of life with the man at her side.”
But her innate sense of style extended way beyond the state visits and society functions of the Kennedy era. When Jackie was widowed in 1963, her style changed dramatically. Gone were the conservative ‘campaign wife’ clothes, replaced with pantsuits, jeans, large lapel jackets, silk Hermès head scarves and of course those trademark large, round, dark sunglasses.
Jackie Kennedy in her iconic pink Chanel suit and pillbox hat, the day her husband President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Love Field, Dallas, Texas, 1963.
Jackie Kennedy (1963) in Chanel. Worn on November 22, 1963, the day President John F. Kennedy, was assassinated. Its been called the most legendary garment in American history. After JFK was assassinated, she kept the blood-stained on during the swearing-in of Lyndon Johnson while returning to D.C. The still-stained suit is stored out of public view in the National Archives.
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