I would encourage you, with all my heart, just to be present. Be present and open to the moment that is unfolding before you. Because, ultimately, your life is made up of moments. So don’t miss them by being lost in the past or anticipating the future. Don’t be absent from your own life.
From a boy wizard to an fbi agent going undercover as a white supremacist, Daniel has demonstrated what a dedicated and passionate actor he is and has become. He’s shown us that he’s not only defined by one single character, but that he can expand and portray as many different roles! Happy 28th Daniel Radcliffe! ✨
“That’s what you do up there … you dance love, and you dance joy, and you dance dreams! I know … if I can make you smile by jumping over a couple of couches or running through a rain storm … then I’ll be very glad to be a song and dance man, and won’t worry anymore that the Pittsburgh Pirates lost a helluva shortstop!”
Remembering Gene Kelly on his 105th birthday 🌹
A tribute to a great dancer, actor, director, producer and choreographer 🌟
Born on August 23, 1912as Eugene Curran Kelly in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Died on February 2, 1996 in Beverly Hills/L.A., California
“I took it as it came, and it happened to be very nice.”
I picked ‘Singin’ In The Rain’ to pay tribute to Gene, because it will be my all-time favorite movie, and I love him so much in this masterpiece!!! Besides, it was the first time I ‘met’ this amazingly talented man … and my “Invitation to the Dance”!
Thank you Gene … for all the memorable, magical dancing you put on the screen or stage and for being such an inspiration! You will always brighten up my day! Love you ❤!
May the heavenly stage be set for your dance among the stars tonight … I know, it will be fantastic! 🌟
“I learned long ago that there is no shortcut to success. You have to work hard for what you get. And it must be planned work, based on a firm foundation of some natural talent or desire. That’s where I got lucky. I was born with a hankering to dance.”
“In the 1930s there was this tendency in Hollywood to portray everyone
as rich. Even if they were doing a poor man’s dance, they were all so
nicely clothed, gowned, coiffured. That’s why I decided to wear white
socks, loafers, T-shirts, and blue jeans. I had a sociopolitical context
in front of me: I was a child of the Depression who danced in a way
that would represent the common man.“
“I wanted to invent some kind of American dance that was danced to the music that I grew up on: Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hart, and Irving Berlin. So I evolved a style that certainly didn’t catch on right away. But I had some good mentors in New York who encouraged me.”
"The job is mine, Shortcake,” Joshua’s voice says. To stop myself from standing up and punching him in the gut I’m counting one, two, three, four … “Funny, that’s what Helene just told me.” I watch his backside walk away in the glossed surface of my desk, and vow that Joshua Templeman is going to lose the most important game we’ve ever played.
Happy birthday to the snapchat queen, a PS wizard and a great friend @cobaltcharlie ;*