Live-action reference for Sleeping Beauty
'Soda fountain' by Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1957.
Brb. Have to go shove my face in a blender.
Taylor is away for 4 whole days, which happens to be the longest we have been apart since right after our first date when he went to Ohio. It didn’t dawn on me until right now that we have never really been apart and we have not grown tired of each other either. I never pictured myself being able to interact so constantly with someone on that level and my little only child self not going insane. Yet, here is sit missing him so terribly.
Do my dark undereye circles and unwashed hair turn you on
"The everlasting image welded into my memory of the two of them is Jackson. When John and June did Jackson, it was just hot as pistols, fever-pitched sexuality.” —Dwight Yoakam
"John and June always seemed like the ideal couple. They always seemed so concerned, or foolish, about one another. You can really tell if it’s make-believe of put-on or the real thing. Theirs was the real, real thing. They seemed very devoted to one another. The way he’d speak to her, in a kind voice. Anything she wanted, why, it was all right, she could go ahead and do it. He just seemed to want to give her things all the time, and she was awful kind and good to him. They seemed very suited to one another." —Janette Carter
"I can’t envision living without her. I can’t envision another woman in this house. The lady of the house is her spot. She’s always been there, and she’s dependable, trustworthy, loyal, kind and cheerful — all of the parts of the Boy Scouts." —Johnny Cash
"I have always enjoyed being a part of his life. I’ve always loved him, and he’s always loved me." —June Carter
Scenes from 1938 Carnival of Swing concert on Randall’s Island, NY. It is considered the first outdoor jazz festival.
"They aren’t intended to be career role models. They are moral role models. Disney movies aren’t telling girls that they should limit their aspirations to becoming princesses; they are teaching them to adopt the values of Disney princesses: kindness (Snow White), compassion (Ariel), intelligence (Belle), humility (Cinderella), courage (Merida), and determination (Tiana), among others. These are worthy attributes for boys as well as girls, but the point is that Disney isn’t steering girls toward being future trophy wives – it’s promoting values that make you a decent person, regardless of your career or lack thereof." (x)