Room Decorations

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Elephants, Elephant, Glorious Elephants

Elephants, Elephant, Glorious Elephants

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My Aunt gave me these cross-stitch native american pictures my Great-Aunt did.

My Aunt gave me these cross-stitch native american pictures my Great-Aunt did.

Of course I have Audrey Hepburn on my wall from her movie Breakfast At Tiffany's. Breakfast At Tiffany's is one of my all time favorite movies.

Of course I have Audrey Hepburn on my wall from her movie Breakfast At Tiffany’s. Breakfast At Tiffany’s is one of my all time favorite movies.

I love looking at how other bloggers decorate their rooms. I only had enough time to do a part of my room and I chose my favorite part. The part of my room is next to my bed and desk and boy is it a hodgepodge of things. My favorite thing on the world is the silver framed “Come On Skinny Love Just Last The Year”. It is a lyric from the song “Skinny Love”, Birdy’s verion of the song. The two elephant decorations are presents from Max, my boyfriend. The multi hanging elephants are suppose to keep away evil spirits. The green dreamcatcher is one that I made personally. I can’t forget to mention my bed lights. In my heart it is still Christmas. Who loves my purple lights?! The pink peonies lights have been in my room forever. They are perfect at night when you don’t want bright lights on.

I have the smallest percentage of Native American in me but I still love the cross stitch. They don’t really match anything but that is one of my favorite thing about it. Audrey is my favorite actress of all time. Her beauty is timeless and elegant. Breakfast At Tiffany’s is a classic. That movie sums up life very well. I encourage everyone to watch it at least once in their lifetime. For Christmas I got a new Vera Bradley comforter. I didn’t picture it in this post but I plan to in my next Room Decoration post.

I hope y’all like this short post about my bedroom decorations! See you soon. XX Corinne

Disney Short Film: Paperman

Disney Short Film: Paperman

This has got to be one of the cutest Disney “film” ever. I am not normally Disney-crazy but this film has the power to do so!
It begins with a young man standing on the train loading station waiting for his train to come. A paper flies onto his face and a young woman runs by chasing it. She catches it and comes to stand next to the man. His name is George and hers is Meg. A paper escapes from his folder that he is holding and flies into her face. When he pulls it away there is a lipstick mark on the paper. She leaves on the train and watches as the train pulls away.
We then see him sitting in his office doing paper work. He looks out the office window and finds the woman in the building across the street. George takes his paper work and and makes them into paper planes. The planes fail to make it to her. She leaves her building and he chases after her. He can not find her so the paper planes seem to come alive. They try to pull the young man to the woman. The paper with the lipstick mark finds her and leads her toward the man. Both get on trains and meet at the crossing. In the credits you see them sitting in a dinner with the paper between them.
I love this short film because it isn’t to cheesy. It combines 1950’s feel with modern animation. I love the concept of paper planes bringing them together. If only this happened in real life.<3
Link to the film below:
http://themovieblog.com/2013/watch-disneys-short-film-paperman/
XX Corinne