Good morning family, how are you doing there in your life today? I hope you are well. I’m a little groggy yet. We stayed up and actually watched the entire Oscars broadcast for the first time in a really long time and enjoyed it. We did make a mistake though, we turned off the t.v. too soon lol! We saw the announcement for La La Land winning best picture and figured it was over but it wasn’t! I was delighted to find out this morning that Moonlight won best picture after all. Congratulations to all the nominees and thank you Hollywood for the positive and loving messages you wove into the show about unity of our world and its people. We must all lead by our example and so many people look to the earthly stars for that example! I wanted to compliment the set designers for the show, they did a fantastic job….loved the sparkling crystals!
Hope you all have a lovely day and know you are AWESOME SAUCE!
Moonlight | Official Trailer HD | A24
Viola Davis Oscars Acceptance Speech for ‘Fences’ | Oscars 2017
http://www.howeart.net/ – Kinetic sculpture Artist Anthony Howe web site. He made the sculpture for the Olympic flame in Brazil last year and the sun for the set of How Far I’ll Go from Moana looked a lot like his work. I couldn’t verify it was actually one of his, but it looks like it! I wonder if he makes desktop versions of those things lol?! So beautiful and mesmerizing!
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Auli’l Cravahlo perform ‘How Far I’ll Go’ from MOANA
Oscars Mistake: Moonlight Wins Best Picture after La La Land Mistakenly Announced | ABC News
Fear is the glue that keeps you stuck. Faith is the solvent that sets you free. Shannon L. Alder
Feb 27, 2017— We begin with grand plans for accomplishing a task, and too often end in frustration with having nothing done. What if we changed our view and looked at a rut as an opportunity instead of a problem? Rosamund Stone Zander, the author of “Getting Unstuck,” helps us see the inner wisdom we all have. On her journey as a writer, slowing down is the key that opened a surge in creativity. She suggests that it is our fear of not being productive that actually gets us stuck. Having faith in the authentic voice inside of ourselves is the key to getting unstuck. She shares her own experience of relaxing the definitions given to “problems” and invites us to open up to problems as they teach us what we need so that we can move into a more creative way of living. (1687 reads)
Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. Helen Keller