Elvis Perkins - Hey
If it were up to me, I would leave it up to you.
Elvis Perkins - Hey
Different landscapes set to good music is my favorite thing in the world. Go to http://sorrychamp.blogspot.com for a myriad of more "stuff."
Hey - Elvis Perkins in Dearland
Microphones - The Moon
"I'm blaming everything on the full moon." - janeheller.com
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mmm a full moon!
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I Don't Think She Cares - YouTube
"I Don't Think She Cares" by White Reaper
White Reaper - Make Me Wanna Die
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Ed Asner making me cry
CARL & ELLIE <3 my favorite movie couple, and my role models for my future marriage :) adventurers until the end.
Day #25: Your favorite scene from your favorite movie I have two favorites. I love Wreck it Ralph’s last scene and in UP when Carl realizes Ellie added all their years together in the Adventure Book. Awwww and I also love when Ray appears on Evangeline’s side, it’s just sooooo sooooo beautiful. I think it’s one of the better scenes in Disney movies :’)
favorite movie ever. makes my heart melt. can only hope and pray to have a love like this someday <3
so sweet, it makes me cry everytime I see this movie!
This might be my favorite Disney movie quote EVER!
Every day with you is a new adventure!!!!
One of my favorite movies. true love.
Cutest movie ever! True love <3
Surprisingly, my favorite love story comes from an animated film and not those dramatic or cheesy romance movies. I wanted to watch Up because of the cute kid, Russell. It was supposed to be comedy, adventure and animation in one. What I did not expect was crying through the love story of CARL and ELLIE. It was one of the sweetest I have seen. A couple of years later and I would still cry while watching Up. Carl and Ellie met when they were young kids. They became good friends, fell in love and got married. Life was not easy for them, they were not blessed with children. They still enjoyed life and each other despite that. Their love story continued until their old age. Ellie fell sick and eventually had to die. My heart sank. Poor old Carl. He ended up bitter and grumpy. And then he met the cute boy, Russell. The story focused on Carl's adventure with Russell. At the end of the movie, Carl went through a scrapbook from Ellie. This is the page that made me cry again. I found the one who is loving me and would love me like Carl. The kind of love I want is one that would last until we are old and gray. I used to be afraid of growing old. Not anymore. I guess I was afraid of growing old alone. Happy Valentine's day to my one true love - my dearest husband! We will definitely have a story like Ellie and Carl. Happy Valentine's day everyone! By the way, what's your favorite love story?
Pete Seeger's banjo. "This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender." And neat article.
Pete Seegar's banjo says This machine surrounds hate & forces it to surrender. #music
Pete Seeger's Banjo. I will learn to play the banjo someday!
Pete Seeger's banjo.
& forces it to surrender." These are the words emblazoned on Pete Seeger’s banjo. & today as I thought about how anyone might respond not only to the enormity of 9/11/2001 but also to all the enormities that have come in the wake of that day—including the enormity of those who are using this year's anniversary to further hatred, division & polarization—as I thought about those things, I kept thinking about Pete Seeger’s banjo. Pete Seeger is a true American hero in my mind—a man of immense moral courage & a patriot in the deepest sense of the word. One of Johnny Cash’s finest moments was when he defied the blacklisting of Seeger & had him as a guest on his show—& stated his opinion for the cameras, in the midst of the late 60s turmoil—that Seeger was one of the most patriotic men he knew. I agree. But more important: Seeger’s message. I’m not a Christian, nor even a “believer” in any religious sense of the word, but I must say I’ve never found the phrase “love your enemies” to be particularly ambiguous. Regarding this, I found the following excerpt from Gustave Gilbert’s interview with Herman Göring during the Nuremberg Trials to be both illuminating & chilling: Göring: Why, of course, the people don't want war. Why would some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best that he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece. Naturally, the common people don't want war; neither in Russia nor in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a Communist dictatorship. Gilbert: There is one difference. In a democracy, the people have some say in the matter through their elected representatives, and in the United States only Congress can declare wars. Göring: Oh, that is all well and good, but, voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country. We may not all have the fortitude of someone like Pete Seeger, but we can all in small ways try to “surround hate with love & force it to surrender.” Peace.
This is Pete Seeger's banjo, emblazoned with the phrase "This Machine Surrounds Hate and Forces it to Surrender" For me, one of the most romantic
This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender detail of a foto by Annie Leibovitz
"This Machine Surrounds Hate…
This movie stole my name. Nobody else has that name.
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Hi, can we talk about Linda Ronstadt's hair and nothing else from now on?
1960s fashion Linda Ronstadt, singer mini dress purple red yellow stripes found photo portrait vintage style
mini dress Linda Ronstadt 1967 "Different Drum"
linda ronstadt 1970s = impeccably stylish
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Stay Gold Pony Boy by Union Press
Stay Gold Pony Boy by Union Press. One of my favorite books growing up: The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
The Outsiders. Stay Gold Pony Boy by Union Press. @Melissa Squires Brown Lotspeich
Stay Gold Pony Boy - one of my favorite books of all time, The Outsiders
Johnny: Stay gold, Ponyboy. Stay gold. (1983) ... so many feels
but nothing gold can stay, "stay gold ponyboy, stay gold."
Stay Gold Pony Boy... By far one of my favorite quotes.
Stay Gold Pony Boy - great line from my FAVORITE book
Johnny: Stay gold, Ponyboy. Stay gold. (1983)
Beatnik Lingo courtesy the wonderful website of actor Jeff Bridges somehow there will be a way to use this in a class (or to inspire an assignment)
Beatnik Lingo courtesy the wonderful website of actor Jeff Bridges (@Sally McWilliam Cooper Ann)
1950s Beatnik Glossary, courtesy of Patrick Chovanec twitter @prchovanec
Tough toenails! Beatnik Lingo courtesy actor Jeff Bridges
Loving this. > 1950s Beatnik Glossary
beatnik dictionary via Jeff Bridges
The Beat Generation Vernacular...
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