- Every cheerleading movie ever: THEY STOLE OUR ROUTINE
"This summer, put your phone away for a few days. Make some memories that no-one knows about. Make some memories that are just yours."
2014, I will (via slutstatus)
jubajuba asked: Hi I love you bye
I love you more than rainbow cookies Juba which is saying a LOT
Today, say thank you. Say it. Even if it’s just to yourself. We all work so hard. It’s time that we acknowledge and celebrate each other’s successes and triumphs. I am proud of you. I want to say THANK YOU to you for most importantly being YOU. People might not remember what you’ve done, but they will hold on to the moments of gratitude you expressed.
I saw this on Upworthy today and all I can say is rock on Amy Poehler! One of my favorite pieces of advice in this is when she says to talk about your own body like you were talking to your sister or friend about theirs. Such a great perspective! I say look in the mirror and become friends with that person - it will be good to have them when you’re ready we in life or need to celebrate and be happy. Love yourself :)
"It’s unique for a composer to really be inspired by a person, a face, or a personality, but Audrey Hepburn certainly inspires me. She not only inspired me to write ‘Moon River,’ but also ‘Charade’ and ‘Two For the Road.’ If you listen to these songs you can almost tell who inspired them because they all have Audrey’s quality of wistfulness- a kind of slight sadness. Normally, I have to see a completed film before I’ll compose the music. But in this case I knew what to write for Audrey just by reading the script. Then, when I met Audrey the first time, I knew the song would be something very, very special. I knew the exact quality of her voice and that she could sing ‘Moon River’ beautifully. To this day, no one has done it with more feeling or understanding…’Moon River’ was written for her. No one else has ever understood it so completely. There have been more than a thousand versions of ‘Moon River,’ but hers in unquestionably the greatest." -Composer Henry Mancini
"Few people know how to take a walk. The qualifications are endurance, plain clothes, old shoes, an eye with nature, good humor, vast curiosity, good speech, good silence, and nothing else."
Ralph Waldo Emerson (via thatkindofwoman)