If you never met a girl with pink hair, then there is something wrong with you. word.
Slim darling, you came along and into my arms and into my heart and all the real true love I have is yours – and now I’m afraid you won’t understand and that you’ll become impatient and that I’ll lose you – but even if that happened, I wouldn’t stop loving you for you are my last love and all the rest of my life I shall love you and watch you and be ready to help you should you ever need help.All the nice things I do each day would be so much sweeter and so much gayer if you were with me. I find myself saying a hundred times a day, ‘If Slim could only see that’ or ‘I wish Slim could hear this.’ I want to make a new life with you – I want all the friends I’ve lost to meet you and know you and love you as I do – and live again with you, for the past years have been terribly tough, damn near drove me crazy. You’ll soon be here, Baby, and when you come you’ll bring everything that’s important to me in this world with you.— Humphrey Bogart’s letter to Lauren Bacall
I literally felt like I did not have a choice.
Robin Williams says reblog, you reblog.
did i even really have a choice?
okay robin williams
i hesitated for a second and then considered the repercussions
just gonna reblog…
I swear, I only read the notes first
i’m gonna miss you childhood friend :`(
Recently rescued “Bonnie” was calm and relaxed during her first Peticures by Tess. “It is very important to treat dogs with gentleness and love.” (Bonnie was rescued from an abusive situation where she lost her eye) she is now very happy in her new loving home! God I love my job!
17 year old Hanna still wants to go out with her brother and sister , now with her new stroller she’s doing just that and loving it!( this stroller once belonged to another senior dog, Snickers, to be able to go to the park with her family, when she passed, her family gave me the stroller to give to the dogs that could use it. I call it the Snicker Stroller❤️❤️🐾🐾❤️❤️🐶❤️❤️
1985 Looff Carousel - San Diego, California
The Looff Carousel was first installed in Fair Park, Texas in 1895. Its journeys took the wooden structure to Santa Monica, California in the 1950s, Spanaway, Washington in the 1970s, Portland, Oregon in 1979, and Burbank, California in 1997, finally making it to San Diego in 2004.
Featuring over 40 horses, a menagerie of other animals, including camels, giraffes, and an elephant, the carousel was built by Charles I. D. Looff, the father of carousels in America. Born in Denmark, Looff came to the United States in 1870. He built his first carousel in 1876 for Coney Island and his style would go on to influence a myriad of other carousel makers.
While many of his creations have disappeared with time, you can still experience Looff’s legendary work at the Zeum Carousel in San Francisco, Looff’s Lite-A-Line in Long Beach, California, and the Santa Monica Looff Hippodrome on the Santa Monica Pier.
Cool to know