Snow-yay 😛🌈❄️ yesterday we got what I call the “movie snow” full of pretty flurries & fresh powder.... and today it’s gone 🤷🏽♀️ it was fun while it lasted & I was so excited to wear my candy colored coat & pretty pink moonboots 💖 #snow#newyork#winterwonderland
🍭 “Glitches can't race!”
📆 #100daysofdisneybounds 8/100
🍬 #Taffyta Muttonfudge, Wreck-It-Ralph
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••• 💕 Taffyta is that not-so-sweet sugar rush mean girl we all love to hate 😛 Plus she’s perfectly voiced by @mindykailing! 💥 POP QUIZ - can you guess the other disney character she’s voiced? ••• ❄️ I was waiting for a snowday so I could wear my pink moon boots, and they just happened to make the perfect pair to bound as my favorite spicy racer 🌈 what do you think?
When I was a little kid, I was convinced I was adopted because both of my parents had dark brown eyes and I didn’t understand the mechanics of genetics. My grandpa was the only one who had bright-colored eyes in my immediate family, and his were bright blue with little brown specs in his irises—sunflower eyes. In my head, I thought I was secretly his love-child, a daughter he handed off to my parents as a gift. By my logic, I was in the midst of a huge family conspiracy, only I was one step ahead of everyone. Then, of course, I moved to America, took middle school biology, and the storyline of my imagination dissipated into oblivion... 😂🦋
humansofny "I owned a frameshop in Atlanta for thirty years. But everytime I went to a theater and sat in the audience, I got the feeling that God had come and left without me. I just knew that I was meant to perform. Then one day a woman walked up to me in a health food store, and asked: 'Do you always talk like that or do you have a cold?' I said: 'Excuse me?' And she told me that she wanted to cast me in a BMW commercial. I thought it was a freebie. But on the way out of the studio, they asked for my social security number. $750 for three minutes on the mic! I thought: 'I need more of this.' I started taking acting classes. I got cast in a few local plays. I moved to New York on my 50th birthday. I wasn't about to sit around in my later years wondering if my soul had gotten what it needs. I drew unemployment for the first time in my life. But 2003 I was a member of SAG. By 2005 I had a speaking part on Law and Order: SVU. And at the age of 62 I was given a full scholarship to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Things have dried up a bit since then. I had to take care of my Mother for six years. And it's hard for women of a certain age to get cast. But...it ain't over yet! Things happen when they're supposed to happen. And I'm a firm believer that nobody else can get what's yours to have. And I will tell you this: 'I've already envisioned what I'm wearing the first time I get invited to the Oscars. Red mermaid dress, fitted from the waist to the knees and flaring out at the bottom. A stand-up collar that frames the back of my head. Stunning neckline. And a king's ransom of rubies on loan from Harry Winston.'
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Having Conversations in my head / shot by the homie @maybematea