Thank you

Hey all you bloggers out there, Happy Valentines Day for those celebrating this day.

For today’s post, I just want to say thank you, thank you, thank you!!

THANK YOU FOR

  1. Being yourself despite what other people think or talk about you – Be you!
  2. Being helpful whenever other’s need it
  3. Being the craziest group of friends (Crabinet that’s you guys!)
  4. Fun and loving with gratitude
  5. Being so open-minded and non-judgemental
  6. Being a great co-worker
  7. All hard work and efforts given
  8. All the food and drinks
  9. BIG, crazy, loving, annoying family
  10. Silly approach
  11. Pocket money for lunch and dinner
  12. Getting angry and lead me to not-so-perfect way of life
  13. Taking responsibilities
  14. Infectious laughter we shared
  15. Keeping a secret
  16. Taking care of yourself and everyone else
  17. travelling together
  18. teach me on how to drive a car and ATV
  19. all motivation
  20. scold for the better

I actually could go on but I decided to stop here instead. 🙂

Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O – Slowing down the stream — Notes from Africa

These long exposure photos show the currents and eddies of the river water, but were tricky to do with a handheld camera in bright light conditions. Photos take at Kleinbos River near the Heuningbos hut on the Tsitsikamma Hiking Trail in the Southern Cape, South Africa. This post is part of the Daily Post | […]

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It’s Time to Have an Uncomfortable Conversation With You — Discover

The tighter you clamp your heart shut, the more you are constricting blood flow to your brain. Emotion has to go through your heart to get to your mind. Insight requires migration through your mind and back down to your heart.

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Sorry I abandoned you…

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Here’s an update picture of me

It’s sad but true–I’ve all but abandoned blogging because I’m actually over it. I think it’s happened because I really have nothing all that interesting to say anymore (although it is a debatable point whether I ever had anything interesting to say.).

And it’s a whole lot easier these days to jump on twitter or Instagram and ramble on for a line or two than have to come up with something that actually makes sense here on the blog. Well don’t get me wrong I do love blogging but it just that I honestly too busy with work nowadays. Surely I’m going to post random musing so we’ll see.

So I might not be good as I used to compare 3-4 years ago so readers please bear with my plausible mistake in the future. Life has start make sense now but there’s always the up and down.

Okay that’s for now, I’ll be posting for more. See you!

Love
Mssitif

Harold Lloyd – lasting impressions at Grauman’s Chinese

Chaplin-Keaton-Lloyd film locations (and more)

Following Douglas Fairbanks, Harold Lloyd was the second actor, and 5th person, to set his handprints at the Chinese Theater forecourt

The short Harold Lloyd walking tour I gave prior to my presentation at the Egyptian Theater included a stop at Grauman’s Chinese Theater.  There, on November 21, 1927, Harold Lloyd became the fifth celebrity, and the first comedian, to be immortalized in cement in the theater forecourt.  Preceding him during ceremonies held earlier that year were Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, as a couple, Norma Talmadge, and Norma Shearer.  Harold’s first leading lady Bebe Daniels was the 12th inductee at Grauman’s; her prints were made May 13, 1929.

The thumb and index finger of the right hand do not leave a deep impression

If you study his casting closely, you’ll notice that the thumb and forefinger of Harold’s right handprint did not leave a deep impression.  In 1919, Lloyd…

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