At the end of the day …..

~~March 14, 2014~~

“I lost her once …. I will not lose her again”

Words uttered many moons ago.

The realization of a dream dreamt

While innocent and pure.

Life offered another chance

to fully live as one.

How wonderful it was

to realize a commitment

just for two.

And, that it was

for a time, at last.

Sad to see how this has changed

because things get in the way.

The commitment is the same,

so they say.

There are distractions in the way

and chosen responsibilities

taken upon oneself

take precedence.

The importance of the chosen responsibility

is understood.

Still the pain is plain as day

Because it seems,

as I drift away,

that nothing is done

to not let me stray.

I’m on the loose

but not by choice.

It seems there is no other way.

One, made up of two,

is drifting along separate ways.

“I lost her once …. I will not lose her again”

May be just words

that once were said.


“Cold” – Jorge Méndez

(Sad Piano & Violin Instrumental)


~~Barely holding on~~

“Frozen” Movie … directed by Jennifer Lee!

~~March 14, 2014~~

The Director Of ‘Frozen’ Explains Why She’s Tired Of Being Asked Boring Questions About Her Gender

Oscar Frozen

~~By Jennifer Lee~~March 1, 2014, 11:00 a.m.

(Disclaimer: Written while fully appreciating every second of this insane and transient journey)

OK, so, throughout our entire “Frozen” press tour that began some four months ago, the question I’ve been asked most is: What is the hardest part about being a female director?

During production, I might have picked the infamous notes sessions that occurred every 12 weeks in our story room, where about 40 of my fellow directors, writers and story artists bombarded us with notes and tore our film apart. But that happened equally to my male directing partner, Chris Buck, so that can’t be it. And it’s not being undervalued as a woman making this film, because I wasn’t, not for a second.

And it’s not the insane schedule, or the legacy of Disney hanging over my head, or trying to be heard in a room full of men (that’s easy … just stand up).

In fact, the hardest part about being a female director has had nothing to do with the film production at all.

For me, at least, it all comes down to the red carpet.


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We ALL are ONE!! 


Disney’s Frozen: Behind The Scenes

Voice Actors (SPOILERS)


 ♫ “LET IT GO” ♫ 



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March is Women’s History Month In the past thrity years there have been a flood of women’s diaries and journals have been discovered and published. Attics, basements and libraries have provided perfect veils for the words…

Latin Music Series …. Leslie Grace!!

~~March 14, 2014~~

Leslie Grace Martínez (born January 7, 1995), better known as Leslie Grace, is a Dominican singer-songwriter.

~~Life and career~~

Leslie Grace was born on January 7, 1995 in The Bronx, a borough of New York City. She was raised in Davie, Florida and attended Western High School. Grace, born to Dominican parents, was entertaining her five older siblings and parents when she could barely speak, at the age of two. She speaks fluent English and Spanish.

Her family gave her the confidence to trust in her talent and pursue success doing what she loves: writing and performing songs. She launched her professional career with her single, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow“, a bilingual, bachata cover of the 1961 Shirelles hit, co-written by Carole King. Her version peaked at number one on both the Billboard Tropical Songs chart and BillboardLatin Airplay charts, becoming the youngest female artist to do so. 

Her self-titled second studio album, Leslie Grace (2013) reached number four on the Billboard Latin Albums chart, and number three on the Billboard Tropical Albums chart.

Leslie Grace
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Leslie Grace at Premios Juventud
Background information
Birth name Leslie Grace Martínez
Born January 7, 1995 (age 19)
The BronxNew YorkUnited States
Genres Latin popbachata
Occupations Singersongwritermusician
Years active 2009–present
Labels CD Baby (2009)
Top Stop (2012-present)


Pasión (2009)
Leslie Grace (2013)

Will U Still Love Me Tomorrow” (2012)
“Day 1” (2013)
Be My Baby” (2013)

Dominican teen Leslie Grace hits the high notes with bilingual blend of bachata, 60s pop.

The native New Yorker will help bring in the Dominican Day Parade as she continues making her community proud by rising to the top in music.

Leslie Grace has combined her Dominican culture, upbringing and a fusion of classic American pop and Latin music to create a sound all her own.

Born Leslie Grace Martinez in the Bronx and raised in Yonkers, the 19-year-old singer now lives with her family in Florida and is enjoying the success that came last year with her first hit, a bilingual, bachata-infused cover of the 1960’s Shirelles song “Will U Still Love Me Tomorrow.

What words do you live by?

My dad always says, “There’s always space to improve your life in everything you do.” He says it every time I complain about something, so that’s what I’m doing.

~~Full Read/Credit/Article~~

Leslie Grace “Be My Baby” (Official Video)

Leslie Grace – Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

We ALL are connected through MUSIC!!


We ALL are ONE!! 


Fernand Leger ….. French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker.

~~March 14, 2014~~ 
Joseph Fernand Henri Léger; February 4, 1881 – August 17, 1955) was a French paintersculptor, and filmmaker. In his early works he created a personal form of cubism which he gradually modified into a more figurativepopulist style. His boldly simplified treatment of modern subject matter has caused him to be regarded as a forerunner of pop art.



Léger was born in ArgentanOrneLower Normandy, where his father raised cattle. Fernand Léger initially trained as an architect from 1897 to 1899, before moving in 1900 to Paris, where he supported himself as an architectural draftsman. After military service in VersaillesYvelines, in 1902–1903, he enrolled at the School of Decorative Arts after his application to the École des Beaux-Arts was rejected. He nevertheless attended the Beaux-Arts as a non-enrolled student, spending what he described as “three empty and useless years” studying with Gérôme and others, while also studying at the Académie Julian. He began to work seriously as a painter only at the age of 25. At this point his work showed the influence of impressionism, as seen in Le Jardin de ma mère (My Mother’s Garden) of 1905, one of the few paintings from this period that he did not later destroy. A new emphasis on drawing and geometry appeared in Léger’s work after he saw the Cézanne retrospective at the Salon d’Automne in 1907.

 Three Women - Fernand Leger

~~Three Women~~

Artist: Fernand Leger

Completion Date: 1921

Style: Cubism

Genre: portrait

Tags: female-portraitsgroup-portraits

Three Women is an example of Leger’s smooth forms, created with machine-like solidity and a precision reminiscent of technology. In the tradition of classical images of female nudes, the three women recline in a chic apartment, sipping their drinks. The bodies of the women have been simplified into clean forms of smooth shapes, their smooth skin polished like metal. After serving in World War I, in which he was badly injured, Leger hoped that technological advances and the machine age would cure the chaos unleashed by the war. His quasi-mechanical shapes exemplify his intent to use art as a representation of the possibilities of the machine age.


1913 | “Contrast of Forms” by Fernand Léger


~~Connected through ART~~

We ALL are ONE!! 


Your next assignment is: Lilly Martin Spencer

Washington confirms 4 new wolf packs

Wolf Packs!!!

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Some good news on wolves 🙂

Washington confirms 4 new wolf packs

Gray wolves established four new packs and expanded their territory in Washington over the past year, according to the annual status report on the state endangered species released last weekend by the Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Biologists confirmed 13 wolf packs, five successful breeding pairs and at least 52 individual wolves based on surveys through the end of 2013.

The actual number of wolves is likely higher, said Donny Martorello, WDFW carnivore specialist.

Nine of the packs are in northeastern Washington with four along the east slopes of the North Cascades. Also, Oregon reports a new pack along the Washington border, bringing the number of Blue Mountains packs to at least two.

No wolf packs or breeding pairs have been found on the South Cascades/Northwest Coast region. Occassionally, wolf sightings are reported but biologists say these are likely wolf-dog hybreds, which look much…

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