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)
My brain on sunday morning
|—||John Lennon on I saw Her Standing There, Madison Square Garden (1974)|
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
“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.”
― Mother Teresa