Miss Carousel

Howdy! My name is Haley and I reside in the Great State of Texas. I am an eclectic gal full of many interests and obsessions. I enjoy those old classic country tunes and underground country singer-songwriters. I could jazz it up at the Cocoanut Grove, tap my boots at the Grand Ole Opry, and waltz at the court of Versailles. I keenly keep up with politics and am thoroughly liberal. I am a history fanatic! If you think film history is just the beginning you’re in for a handful!

Fare-the-well,

Miss Carousel

My Twin: CarolineAlice.tumblr.com
princessgracekelly1956:

When Grace Kelly wed Monaco’s Prince Rainier on April 19, 1956, her six-tier wedding cake proved fit for a princess. Given to the newlyweds by the pastry chefs at Monte-Carlo’s famed Hôtel de Paris, the treat’s upper two tiers featured a built-in cage that held a pair of live turtledoves – they were released when the couple cut into the cake with Prince Rainier’s sword. The cake was topped off with a revolving miniature bride and groom that played ‘Ave Maria’ and Mendelssohn’s ‘Wedding March’.
Found on clarasdesignercakes.com

princessgracekelly1956:

When Grace Kelly wed Monaco’s Prince Rainier on April 19, 1956, her six-tier wedding cake proved fit for a princess. Given to the newlyweds by the pastry chefs at Monte-Carlo’s famed Hôtel de Paris, the treat’s upper two tiers featured a built-in cage that held a pair of live turtledoves – they were released when the couple cut into the cake with Prince Rainier’s sword. The cake was topped off with a revolving miniature bride and groom that played ‘Ave Maria’ and Mendelssohn’s ‘Wedding March’.

Found on clarasdesignercakes.com

gatabella:

Grace Kelly shopping in New York, 1956

wednesdaydreams:

Don’t come back. Don’t think about us. Don’t look back. Don’t write. Don’t give in to nostalgia. Forget us all. If you do and you come back, don’t come see me. I won’t let you in my house. Understand? Whatever you end up doing, love it. The way you loved the projection booth when you were a little squirt.

Cinema Paradiso (1988), Giuseppe Tornatore