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'Remember this selfish people dont care about you, Unless you r doing something for them ☺😉. . #photography#photoshoot#photoshop#photogrid#photooftheday#nature#beauty#instagram#instashoot#instadaily#instagood#love#live#life#style#fashion#model#pose#outfit #otd #likeforlikes#followforfollowback#feature#me#look#blogger#street#haters#tag#inspirationalquotes 😉😎
Good morning 🌞. I noticed this beautiful butterfly on my stairs this morning. It was dead😢. It appeared that part of its body (the middle part...its been a long time since I studied insects), became stuck to the concrete. I gently lifted it up and placed him/her securely in the crevice of a tree branch. I would've placed it in the grass, but I didn't want a dog to excuse itself on it; so I figured a tree would be better...allowing Mother Nature to take it to its next destiny. Something so beautiful, "stuck" in a moment and now no longer a force of life. Every day is a new day. It may seem like the same ol', same ol'; but it's a day none of us have seen before. With each new day...each new breath, let's do our best not to take it for granted. Let's not get "stuck" in a moment or "stuck" in doubt or disbelief, but rather push through and soar to another opportunity, goal or task. Let's encourage one another and lift each other up. Together we can all rise and fly. You're beautiful. Never forget that. 💕✨
Friendly reminder to count your blessings ✨ _ We all have our battles. Be kind, live in the moment, remind those around you how much you love them. ♥️ _ _ _ _ #CelesteBoutique#Heavenly#follow#fashion #otd #otn#miami#shopoholics#fashionaddict#currentlywearing#instastyle#styleblogger#styleinspo#whatiwore#instafashion#etsy#shoplocal#wiwt#giveaway#popupboutique#southmiami#miamigirls#ootd#goals#womenwhohustle#fierce#qotd#womenempowerment#yougotthis
May 23, 1980 - "The Shining" premieres theatrically in both New York & Los Angeles. For director Stanley Kubrick "The Shining" was initially both a critical & commercial failure. Stephen King, who wrote the original novel, infamously despised Kubrick’s take, while Jack Nicholson’s iconic, histrionic performance as writer-caretaker-with-alcoholism-gone-mad Jack Torrance was considered a shrill disappointment. Slowly but surely, however, the consensus started to shift with the box office growing steadily, & critical reputation bolstering. Suddenly, within a decade, "The Shining" was an American classic. Like "Alien" (1979), it is technically magnificent & eerily tense, like waiting for an ocean of blood to pour from an elevator shaft. The Krzysztof Penderecki score is dread-inducing, & Shelley Duvall, with her long face, eight-ball eyes, & pallid complexion, is the most vulnerable subject of spousal torture ever put on screen. There are moments of shock, psychological torture, & bloodcurdling terror. (RIP, Scatman Crothers.) Hell, it's so mystifying & intoxicating that its become the subject of wildly imaginative conspiracy theorizing. "The Shining" isn’t just one of the best horror movies ever made... it’s one of the best, period. . ⬇️. 🆒 Jack Nicholson & Shelley Duvall have expressed open resentment against the reception of this film, feeling that critics & audiences credited Stanley Kubrick solely for the film's success without considering the efforts of the actors, crew, or the strength of Stephen King's underlying material. Nicholson & Duvall have said that the film was one of the hardest of their careers; in fact, Nicholson considers Duvall's performance the most difficult role he's ever seen an actress take on. Duvall also considers her performance the hardest of her life.