a beautiful life

Becca. 1990. Philadelphia, PA.

Beauty is everywhere, in everybody, and everything.

I don't claim to own any of the pictures I post.

Sometimes I regret being nice, apologizing when I didn’t do anything wrong, and for making unworthy people a priority in my life

rareaudreyhepburn:

James Garner making Audrey Hepburn laugh on the set of The Children’s Hour. Photograph by Bob Willoughby, 1961. (scan by rareaudreyhepburn from the book Remembering Audrey.)

 "It was not in Audrey’s character to complain, but the emotional content of the script and the slow pace were taking a toll on everyone. This was when Jim Garner was at his best. he had an off-the-wall humor, and when things got especially grim he would say something funny to break everyone up and literally save the day." - Bob Willoughby

rareaudreyhepburn:

James Garner making Audrey Hepburn laugh on the set of The Children’s Hour. Photograph by Bob Willoughby, 1961. (scan by rareaudreyhepburn from the book Remembering Audrey.)

 "It was not in Audrey’s character to complain, but the emotional content of the script and the slow pace were taking a toll on everyone. This was when Jim Garner was at his best. he had an off-the-wall humor, and when things got especially grim he would say something funny to break everyone up and literally save the day." - Bob Willoughby

(Source: Flickr / myhumblefash, via inlovewithaudreyhepburn)