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What do two street artists experience when they decide to put up portraits of day-to-day Cuban citizens?

(Conversations mostly in Spanish, but with English subtitles) 

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE INANIMATE OBJECT?

My brain on sunday morning

This song was written by an old estranged fiancee of mine called Paul.
John Lennon on I saw Her Standing There, Madison Square Garden (1974)
HELLO…

HELLO…


April 1964: The Beatles hugely enjoyed the making of A Hard Day’s Night, but none more so than George, who, aside from making a very impressive screen debut, met his girlfriend and wife-to-be Pattie Boyd on the set. The pretty model was chosen to play an obsessed teenager trailing the Beatles as they made their way to London onboard a train. George instantly acknowledged her undeniable beauty and immediately made a play for her. Within weeks, they were an item.
Pattie: "I asked them all for their autographs, except for John — I was too scared. When I asked George for his, I asked him to sign it for my two sisters as well, and he signed his named put two kisses each for them, but under mine her put seven kisses. So I though, "He must like me a little.""
© The Beatles ● 365 Days by Simon Wells

April 1964: The Beatles hugely enjoyed the making of A Hard Day’s Night, but none more so than George, who, aside from making a very impressive screen debut, met his girlfriend and wife-to-be Pattie Boyd on the set. The pretty model was chosen to play an obsessed teenager trailing the Beatles as they made their way to London onboard a train. George instantly acknowledged her undeniable beauty and immediately made a play for her. Within weeks, they were an item.

Pattie: "I asked them all for their autographs, except for John — I was too scared. When I asked George for his, I asked him to sign it for my two sisters as well, and he signed his named put two kisses each for them, but under mine her put seven kisses. So I though, "He must like me a little.""

© The Beatles  365 Days by Simon Wells

I belong to you and always have. Our day will come.
Amy Winehouse, from a letter to Blake Fielder-Civil  (via itsherfactory)
“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” ― Mother Teresa

“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” 
― Mother Teresa