My Tumblr list of must-see movies

A list of 15 movies you must see before you die:

1. Notting Hill (1999) - Julia Roberts & Hugh Grant

2. Sleepless in Seattle (1993) - Meg Ryan & Tom Hanks

3. Sabrina (1995) - Harrison Ford, Julia Ormond, & Greg Kinnear

4. The Way Way Back (2013) - Steve Carell, Toni Colette, & Liam James

5. You’ve Got Mail (1998) - Meg Ryan & Tom Hanks

6. A Walk to Remember (2002) - Mandy Moore & Shane West

7. Kings of Summer (2013) - Nick Robinson, Moises Arias, & Gabriel Basso

8. Dead Poets Society (1989) - Robin Williams & Robert Sean Leonard

9. Breakfast Club (1985) - Molly Ringwald & Judd Nelson

10. Forrest Gump (1994) - Tom Hanks & Robin Wright

11. When Harry met Sally (1989) - Meg Ryan & Billy Crystal

12. The Blind Side (2009) - Sandra Bullock & Quinton Aaron

13. Pretty in Pink (1986) - Molly Ringwald & Jon Cryer

14. Steel Magnolias (1989) - Julia Roberts & Sally Field

15. Serendipity (2001) - John Cusack & Kate Beckinsale


¡¡Happy Mother’s Day!!  ●ω●

1.- John Lennon &  Julia Stanley Lennon   ●▽●  ♥

2.- Paul Mccartney &   Mary Patricia Mohin McCartney  (•̪◡•̪)  ♥

3 .- George Harrison & Louise French Harrison  ◕ ▽ ◕   ♥

4.- Ringo Starr & Elsie Graves Starkey  ◕‿◕ ♥

5.- Danhi Harrison & Olivia Arias Harrison  ◡‿◡✿ ♥

6.- Julian Lennon & Cynthia Powell Lennon  (≧◡≦) ♥

7.- Sean Lennon & Yoko Ono Lennon   ^ε^ ♥

8- Maureen Cox & Zack, Jason and Lee Starkey 

¡Happy Day¡ 


In celebration of Mother’s Day 2016 Happy Mother’s Day to Mimi, Julia, Mary. Louise and Elsie. Your sons are our heroes and you are truly amazing women to have given us this gift. We celebrate you today!♥♥♥♥♥


Everybody should see this, we need to rise the awareness !!!

Stop all other things you are doing, take a little bit of your time and check this.

After you are done watching and reading spread the word with your family and friends.


Nature doesn’t need people, people need nature.

Human beings are part of nature, nature is not dependent on human beings to exist.

Human beings, on the other hand, are totally dependent on nature to exist.

The growing number of people on the planet and how we live here is going to determine the future of nature and the future of us.

Nature will go on, no matter what, it will evolve.

The question is, will it be with us or without us?

If nature could talk, it would probably say it doesn’t much matter either way.

We must understand there are aspects of how our planet evolves that are totally out of our control, but there are things that we can manage, control and do responsibly that will allow us and the planet to evolve together.

We are Conservation International and we need your help.

Our movement is dedicated to managing those things we can control better, country by country, business by business, human by human.

We are not about us vs. them, it doesn’t matter if you’re an American, a Canadian or a Papua New Guinean, and you don’t even have to be particularly fond of the ocean or have a soft spot for elephants.

This is simply about all of us coming together to do what needs to be done, because if we don’t, nature will continue to evolve. Without us.

Here’s to the future. With humans


I’m rewatching the remake of Sabrina with Julia Ormond, Harrison Ford, and Greg Kinnear. I really loved the first movie with Audrey Hepburn and I loved that the movie played out the love story but on the other hand, I wasn’t fond of Audrey Hepburn’s Sabrina ending up with Humphrey Bogart. I loved that it was Linus but I wasn’t fond of Bogart. 

So Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee? Works a lot better IMO. 


“I received an e-mail from a reader that says, in part: ‘It was good to know he was out there.’ That cuts to the heart of the matter. You didn’t see George perform often, except in the occasional music video or tribute to Perkins or Dylan, or The Beatles’ Anthology. You didn’t hear from him often, his last album of new songs coming in 1987, but you always knew he was…out there…

"In a way, George Harrison is still ‘out there.’ He has just changed suits, as he would say…”

                                           -Rip Rense, There Went The Sun (via harrisonstories​)


The Silver Beatles - with Johnny Hutchinson of Cass and the Cassanovas filing in as drummer - auditioning for Larry Parnes, who was searching for a backing band for Billy Fury, Wyvern Social Club, Liverpool, 10 May 1960; screen capped from The Beatles Anthology

Photos: Cheniston Roland

Teddy Boy George appreciation post:

“[John Lennon told Larry Kane] ‘He had a real kind of wild style on the guitar. It’s as though… you know, that he and the guitar were joined together. He also looked like a Teddy boy, but as you know, Larry, he was hardly that.’
Hardly. Sensitivity to others was George’s great talent as a human being. On the aircraft and in the hotel suites, it was George who was always asking, ‘Everything all right, Larry?’” - When They Were Boys by Larry Kane [x]

“George was so sweet. My family, especially my mother, loved him… He had a quiet kinship with Stu, and our mother felt he was the most courteous of the boys. Of course, Stuart was always protecting his sisters from the ‘menace’ of John and Paul. George in many ways was more centered than all of them. Much like Stu, he had an inner spirituality.” - Pauline Sutcliffe, When They Were Boys by Larry Kane [x]

“Jim [McCartney] liked George. Though here appeared to be no reason why he should favour him over John, both being dressed as Teddy Boys, history played it’s part: Paul and George had been friends for some time, and a rapport had been established between child and adult - George called him ‘Uncle Jim’ and the older man found the youngster’s impudence attractive.” - The Beatles - All These Years: Tune In by Mark Lewisohn [x]

“[George Harrison] was obviously one of those working class rebel chaps and toward the end of our school days together he got more and more outrageous. The compulsory school uniform was outvoted by his extrovert dress sense and his hair was the longest anyone could possibly get away with in the Inny, all ‘Tony Curtis’d back’, with a school cap perched on the top rear like a rabbi’s skull cap. When his guitar playing affinity with Paul was established in the end of term skewl koncerts, he’d visit our new Forthlin home and we solely became friendly.
His dress by this time was even more interesting… full length, skin-tight drainies down to his bright fluorescent socks, even brighter lime (Upton) green waistcoat under his blazer which he would flash at me in the school corridors (followed by a wink). He had the first blue suede, winkle picker shoes which together with incessant chewing of gum all became his trade marks.” - Mike McCartney, Thank U Very Much: Mike McCartney’s Family Album [x]

“After a night at the Cavern, Billy Hatton would take George back to his house for late night refreshments. ‘My mum used to look at him,’ he recalls, ‘because his hair was fairly long - not as long as it became - and I knew what she was thinking, which was, I’ll be counting the spoons when he’s gone.’” - Fab Gear: The Beatles and Fashion by Paolo Hewitt [x]

”[George Harrison] ambled cautiously in [to Mendips], wearing a crewcut and a shocking-pink shirt over a horrendous striped blazer. He said, ‘Hello, Mrs. Smith, how are you? You’ve got a beautiful home here.’ ‘You’ve been practising, I see,’ I cut him off. ‘John, you did a lovely job at tutoring. Come along in then, if you must.’" - Aunt Mimi [x]

“[Ivan] Hayward soon got a phone call from George Harrison, the young Beatles guitarist. Harrison, who arrived dressed in black leather pants and jacket that seemed at odds with his good-natured politeness, seemed like ‘a nice kid’ to Hayward.” - Gretsch Guitars website [x]

“Larry, you had to love George. He was such a lovely person, so family-oriented. When we first met him, he seemed to be a boy reaching out to find what life was all about. My mother admired him.” - Julia Baird, When They Were Boys by Larry Kane [x]

“Most Institute upperclassmen never mixed with younger students, but for George, with his interest in rock ‘n roll and undeniable talent, Paul felt the affection of an elder brother. He was touched by something he saw in the gangly boy. They hung around together on the weekends. He watched over George in school - Paul an effusively outgoing bloke, and George, barely fourteen and slow-talking, nipping alongside like a fawn; at lunch, Paul doled out double helpings from his outpost behind the cafeteria line; he rode the bus home with George to Allerton and dragged him along on a couple of social outings.” - The Beatles: The Biography by Bob Spitz [x]