Posts posted by Serenity
Oh my plotz! Don't those pictures just zoom you back over a decade?! Wow. It's like falling in love all over again.
Thanks for the amazing pictures!
Sebastian has entered some of his work from his Antarctica expedition in an international photography contest called One Life.
You can help him win by voting for his portfolio (and perusing it, if you're inclined ) online here: http://seabass.see.me/onelife2011 .
You can only vote once a day, but every vote helps.
From the "Who We Are" portion of the One Life website:Who We Are
We are a world of a infinite stories and unique perspectives. Photography is our way to capture moments as we experience them. The One Life Photography Competition is an opportunity for international amateur and professional photographic communities to share their vision with the world.
Delving into the lives of the global community, Artists Wanted, in partnership with PDN Magazine are asking photographers from all over the world to submit images illustrating their ideas, beliefs, loves, geographies, histories and livelihoods to demonstrate that, with all our differences, we are one community connected through our love of photography.
Everyone has a story - the One Life Photography Competition is your opportunity to show the world your story captured in images.
Very, very cool! Thanks for posting the pictures and the links, Sunstar!
I laughed, and then I got grossed out . But mostly I laughed.
Thanks for the head's up, Sunstar!
Awww, he's precious. I love that Miranda took the time to post that little note and a picture. What a fabulous way to start the new year.
Jan and Jules, you just brightened my entire month!
Tattoo! I, too, would love to know what it says. . .
Congratulations, Miranda and Orlando!
I heard about the fabulous news as I was heading out of town and this is the first I've been ablye to pop in and offer my support and love.
I hope the future holds more happiness for you both than either of you know how to deal with.
I must have had my head under a rock al weekend. Oh wait, I did.
The first thing my co-worker said to me this morning when I got to work (took yesterday off) was, "I'm so sorry!"
I didn't have a clue what she was talking about until she told me the news about Orlando's engagement. Then I couldn't help but smile at the news. (And I might have let slip the word "finally" , but don't tell anyone.)
Thanks for posting this, Jan! I was really hoping to be able to add my congratulations to the beautiful couple, so I'm thrilled that you've started a thread on it.
I couldn't be more happy for Orlando for finding someone that he wants to spend forever with. She is one lucky lady, indeed.
I wish them all the best, and I hope they have a wedding that is perfectly tailored to suit them both, and one that is a complete mystery to the paps and intrusive media!
HBO special? Sometimes, I love my DirecTV.
Thanks for bringing this to us May and Jules!
Orlando never ceases to amaze me. I swear the man's got a heart the size of Texas. Makes me proud.
Why does it have to be April 1st?!
I want desperately to believe this, Jules, I really do. But, I don't know. something smells a little fishy to me.
Admittedly, though, I'd love to see Orlando and Brad in another movie together. Toss in some beuatiful bikes, and I'm all over this one.
That's a wonderful charity, and that is one lucky lady.
Thanks for posting it, Jules.
Hopefully the winner won't be some nutbag with deep pockets.
If I had deep pockets, I think I might fit this description. (The nutbag part, anyway. )
That's great that it's up to $850! The more money they can raise for this, the better. Thanks for the update, serendipity
Awww, and squeee!
HS, thanks for bringing the news and congrats on owning that phone call for three hours!
Could we - as ka-Bloomies - pool our money and then just save the phone call for the next Con? And do a speaker phone-type deal?
I owe so much to you, Orlando. You inspire me to challenge myself and to give of myself. Because of you, I have learned so many new things, risen to greater heights, and best of all, met some of the most fantastic people - People that I am honored to have the privellage of experiencing rich, exciting friendships with.
On your birthday, I hope that you are inspired, challenged, surrounded by people you love, and most of all spoiled beyond your wildest dreams. I wish you nothing but a hefty return on all the seeds of goodness you have sown around the world.
Happy Birthday, Orlando.
Ladies, you've all said it so well. Thanks for opening this thread, Patty!
If it weren't for Tolkien, I can only imagine how empty my life might be. Because of him, I've discovered a fascinating world that is easy to lose oneself in, friendships that enrich the very fibers of my life, and a beautiful soul inside a delightfully handsome young man (or rather, group of them).
Happy Birthday, JRR Tolkein!
Add me to the list of people who would gobble this up! Thanks for the news, HS!
And, I agree with you, Kim - the EE would be amazing to see in 3-D. *swoon*
They are talking about releasing them back into theatres, right? Not simply releasing a 3D DVD/BlueRay version?
I was just thinking the exact thing!What pleasure to read this critique from The Times. I wish I could obtain a DVD of the performance.
I'll make it to London someday, but wasn't fortunate enough to be there while Orlando was on stage. How lovely would it be to have his performance on DVD at the very least?
Thanks a bunch for the link, Serendipity!
How cool is that?! Maybe I can hook the laptop up to the TV and watch it there this weekend with the fam?
Thanks for posting about this Sunstar. Weta got involved and everything - that's impressive.
No way! That is so super cool.
What a great find, Krissy!
Thanks for posting it, Jules! I'm with Jan - time to replace the color ink cartridge so I can take advantage of this.
(I was so excited, I forgot my password for a minute. )
Thank you Patty for informing, Jup for nabbing, and Jan for posting. Beautiful teamwork, Ladies!
If that spot doesn't melt your heart, I don't know what will. He's still making me proud.
Is it me, or was his left eye twitching a bit there in the middle?
I wonder if this person will even remember what they ate, or care?
If it was me, I'd probably have a hard enough time thinking and speaking coherently, let alone chewing and swallowing food. If the lucky winner manages to eat at all, I think it will be a small miracle.
He is such a sweet prince. It's awesome that they raised this much money for the hospital!
He's an angel. (in suspenders! Meep!)
Happy birthday, Orlando!
You've been a continutal inspiration to me from the day I first laid eyes on you over eight years ago.
My wish for you this year is that you are blessed as you've blessed others, you are loved as you've loved others, and that you continue to see your dreams unfold before your eyes.
Thank you for being a light to the world.
Jan, thank you SO much for posting these!
I had chills countless times while reading this. My, he's a superb writer, isn't he? The message, of course, always hits home. But, who knew he'd be so eloquent and such an incredible wordsmith?
I have to admit I'm quite impressed.
(Not that I'd expected anything less from a man with such obvious charm. )
Orlando Honored with Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
in Orlando. Period.
Aww, this is so awesome!!