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John Lennon & Paul McCartney recording “Hey Bulldog” at Abbey Road Studios
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Queen Victoria of England decided to show off her wealth by sending a crystal chandelier as a present to the Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul. This chandelier is the largest in the world, consists of 750 bulbs, and weighs a massive 4 tons.  The Tsar of Russia sent bearskin carpets and other world leaders sent expensive presents to complete the overall look.

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Château de Versailles

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Happy Esther Day! I’d like to take this day to honor a remarkable young lady simply by remembering to tell people that you love them.

Esther Grace Earl was a spunky, energetic, creative individual who’s life was unfortunately cut short two years ago due to metastasized papillary thyroid cancer. She would have been 18 today. She loved to read and was an avid Harry Potter fan. Esther became an online presence where she developed numerous close friendships, uploaded quirky videos, and began a burgeoning involvement in social justice issues. In every way she lived out the values of her namesake, the biblical Queen Esther, who was beautiful and full of grace like a “Star”. In 16 years she packed a lot of living and loving into her life. Even though I never got the opportunity to meet her in person, Esther’s life and death really strike home with me because I can easily relate to her (besides the having cancer). Her memory brings me to a healthy place where I can contemplate my mortality and realize my own humble place amongst the stars. She was just a normal nerdy girl, a sister, a daughter, a fangirl, a vlogger… and I find that there is something truely beautiful about just that. Esther was a normal girl, but her existence made a difference and still is. She reminds us of two things: that everyone is ephemeral… so love while you can, and everyone matters so make sure they know you love them :). The “This Star Won’t Go out Foundation” was created to honor her memory by financially assisting families struggling through the journey of a child living with cancer. If you are interested in donating or just want to know more details about Esther’s story, their site would be the place to go. :)

Rest in Awesome, Esther!


The Equivocal Woman, 1923
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Coast near Grindavík, Iceland  - (via) | VE

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