Inspirations

Anna Bee, Wyoming, 23. College graduate, NPR junkie, nerd and feminist. I'm trying to figure out my future while keeping my ambitions alive.

I live for: movies with personality, discovering music, Autumn and brisk mornings, memories and feelings, classic books, reading the newspaper, remembering dreams, I hate change, and love simple pleasures. I am nostalgic for my childhood, years gone by and past eras...I am Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Blade Runner, LOTR, and Wes Anderson obsessed. Forever a cinephile. Please browse and enjoy.

triciamilers:

April 10-15, 1912

Man was dealt a harsh reminder that he was not the most powerful force in the universe

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It must be exciting to flit from one camp to the next, serving whichever Lord or Lady you fancy.

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Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews rehearsing Mary Poppins songs

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He’s gone. Our king is gone.

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"And you always know when a man’s telling a lie? How did you acquire this magical power?"
"I grew up in King’s Landing."

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Drive-in theaters c. 1940s-1960s (via)

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Ginger Rogers and William Powell photographed by Ernest A. Bachrach for the film Star of Midnight, 1935 
Ginger Rogers and William Powell photographed by Ernest A. Bachrach for the film Star of Midnight, 1935 

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I’m a person who has a lot of energy. So, yes, I don’t really stop to rest or de-stress. I just keep going. I figure that if you don’t stop, then you’ll never notice how tired you are.

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mariedeflor:

Joan Crawford and Clark Gable photographed for Dancing Lady, 1933

mariedeflor:

Joan Crawford and Clark Gable photographed for Dancing Lady, 1933

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It’s been 84 years…and I can still smell the fresh paint. The china had never been used. The sheets had never been slept in. Titanic was called the Ship of Dreams, and it was. It really was.

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roaringtwenties:

Ballerina Madeleine Parker, 1929

roaringtwenties:

Ballerina Madeleine Parker, 1929

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Lillian Gish photographed for Way Down East (1920)

Lillian Gish photographed for Way Down East (1920)

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Poppies.”

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