tim harrison

Character Names...

First off I’m probably the worst at finding a good character name, so when I do find one, I write it down asap. Here’s my list if you’re stuck! Hope it can help you out ;)

  • Arabella/Bella/Belle
  • Jake/Jacob
  • Florence/Flo
  • Tiasha
  • Stephanne
  • Lily/Lilianne
  • Kris
  • Aoife (Pronounced eef-a, I actually love it)
  • Asher/Ashton/Ash
  • Cecile/Cece/Cecelia
  • Caspien/Casper
  • Jessi/Jessica
  • Magda
  • Shane/Shay
  • Tristan
  • Pippa
  • Esme
  • Marina/Marianne
  • Alistair
  • Gabe
  • Bailey
  • Zack/Zachary
  • Orla
  • Timea (Pronounced tim-ee-ya)
  • Harrison/Harry/Harriet
  • Aidan
  • Cameron/Cami/Camilla/Camille
  • Elska (meaning ‘love’ in Icelandic- I’m currently using this name too!)
  • Rowan/Ro
  • Raelene/Rae

I don’t know guys, honestly I think this’ll help me out more than it’ll help you! Lots of love from Yasmine xox 

The last two came from @miloszsghost DM me if you’ve got a good name XD

Christmas 1963 - 1969
  • Christmas 1963 - 1969
  • The Beatles


Do you want to listen to all of The Beatles Christmas messages but just haven’t enough Holiday time to spare? Well fear no more, here they all are from 63 - 69, arranged in a fancy Xmas tree multitrack session:

It makes for a much busier, holiday tinged Revolution 9.

George Harrison, 30 October 1970, photographed by Tim Boxer; screen capped from Living in the Material World

“In July [1970], after a long struggle with illness, George’s mother - who had stood alone among the The Beatle parents as an active champion of their talents - died in Liverpool, and the sessions were put on hold. To complicate matters yet further, Clapton was obsessing over Pattie, as Bobby Whitlock - who, adding to the strangeness, was dating Pattie’s younger sister Paula - well knew. ‘At one point I said, “Why don’t you just go out and fight it out?” I knew everything. Everybody knew it. George didn’t give a shit, but Eric didn’t know that.’” - Mojo, July 2001 [x]


1 May 1970 George in New York I Photo Credits: Tim Boxer

“His brown eyes were penetrating yet peaceful, and he immediately disarmed my nervousness with his gentleness. As he shook my hand and graciously introduced himself to me, all the initial apprehensiveness I had been feeling suddenly vanished. I felt in my heart that I was meeting an old friend that I hadn’t seen in years - or maybe lifetimes.” - Gary Wright, excerpted from his book, “Dream Weaver: A Memoir; Music, Meditation, and My Friendship with George Harrison.”

I idolised the Beatles and often invented an excuse to be in the band room. George was the friendliest by a mile. John could be very friendly or ignore you completely, and Paul ignored me. He could be very aloof, possibly because he was nervous. I always felt Paul was the most nervous and worried before a show.
—  Tim Dugdill, Cavernite, The Beatles - All These Years - Extended Special Edition: Volume One: Tune In by Mark Lewisohn