What The Beatle Girls Taught Me
  • Cynthia Powell: The first boy you fall in love with might not be with you forever.
  • Linda Eastman: You don't need to wear makeup to be beautiful
  • Pattie Boyd: You can always be flawless if you believe you are
  • Maureen Cox: If it's your dream to marry someone in a band, never lose hope
  • Yoko Ono: Stand by your man no matter what people say about you
  • Jane Asher: If a guy wants you to give up your dreams and ambitions to be with him, don't do it
  • Olivia Arias: Always protect the love of your life

Made my own Beatles-version of “Guess Who” :3

1. Buy a “Guess Who” game
2. Measure the size of the little cards
3. Put all the pictures you want in a word document (or somewhere else), put them in the right size and print them
4. Take out the original cards and replace them with your pictures
5. Print an extra sheet of your pictures (because both players need to pick one)
6. Done :D


” I used to think that anyone doing anything weird was weird. I suddenly realized that anyone doing anything weird wasn’t weird at all and it was the people saying they were weird that were weird.” -Paul McCartney.

George Harrison, Pattie Boyd, John, Cynthia and Julian Lennon at the Lennons home, Kenwood, late March 1965, photographed by Henry Grossman (Photo source: Brandeis Magazine)

“My mum taught me how to turn everything around: you just kill people with kindness. There is no need to be mean, nasty or cruel to anybody.” - Julian Lennon, The Telegraph, 23 May 1998