Friday, April 24, 2009


Wearing: ripped+holey white-washed jeans, purple tissue tee, light gray suede moccasins

Listening to: Fearless

I finally got to see Sabrina a few days ago. *sigh* So Good. But it's kind of funny how I'm such a fan of her, and yet I had only seen Breakfast at Tiffany's up to that point. Oh well.

Roman Holiday is going to be on TCM in a few days, too. I'm going out to see a show that day, missing my piano lesson and everything (so bad ;D ), so I have to tape it.
But that's completely fine with me, because then I'll have it on tape!

Anyway, Sabrina was such a good movie. Sure, the plot was kind of predictable, and the lines were just a bit cheesy, but Audrey was absolutely beautiful, and Humphrey Bogart wasn't too terrible, either.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Audrey Hepburn Pictures

I was searching through an online database at school today (while really supposed to be searching for magazine articles about Audrey), when I stumbled upon a treasure trove of Audrey Pics!!! {This first is of Hepburn on location for "A Nun's Story} It was also the final picture in one of her many biographies, "Enchanted."

The one on the right is of Audrey while on the set of "Green Mansions." It's so rare to see her with long hair (it was a wig, but still).
The last one for today (don't worry, I have lots more!) is of Audrey, and it's in color, which is one of the reasons why I picked it. But she just looked so gorgeous that I couldn't pass it up.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Red Eye + Link

I was researching agents a while ago, and came across a great informative link. (Don't I sound smart? *rolls eyes*) So I thought, why not share? This is from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, but it pertains to anyone trying to track down and weed out suspicious agents. Lots of links from that link that are also helpful. Click, or die!!

On a side note, I've recently become addicted to a show called "RedEye," on Fox News. It's at something like three in the morning, and since I'm usually asleep (hopefully) by then, I have to tape it. It's funny, and kind of witty, but also a bit sick. Some good points are made, one of my favorites from the past week comparing Obama to a jealous stepfather. Very weird, and not that good if you're liberal or anything, but it doesn't really discriminate. They are, more or less, fair and balanced. And Pinch, the New York Times consultant (who's a pile of nyt papers with googly eyes taped on and a string to make the top section of papers move like a mouth) is absolutely hilarious.

Check out for the host's Gregalouge (it's a monolouge, but with Greg), or go to , the show's direct site. No matter what party you are, the show's good for at least a cheap laugh. ;)


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