Wasp & Pear

coffee drinker. diamond dealer. blog writer. shit talker. biography reader. treadmill runner. An armchair anarchist just wasting megabytes as I chronicle what inspires me.
If you see nothing else that Doris Day has done, see “The Man Who Knew Too Much.” It gives you everything you could ever want from her. If you feel like going deep, watch “The Doris Day Show,” it is amazing. Ladies and gentlemen, Doris Day. Style Icon. (via Doris Day – Style Icon | waldina)

If you see nothing else that Doris Day has done, see “The Man Who Knew Too Much.” It gives you everything you could ever want from her. If you feel like going deep, watch “The Doris Day Show,” it is amazing. Ladies and gentlemen, Doris Day. Style Icon. (via Doris Day – Style Icon | waldina)

I am not sure if this is the first installment of the “Required Viewing” subtitle or not, but I am thinking yes maybe. To break it down for you, I am working on creating a list of movies that I enjoy, write a little bit about each one explaining why they are “Required Viewing” and include a synopsis and whatever available media there is on the film. (via On the Waterfront – Required Viewing | waldina)

I am not sure if this is the first installment of the “Required Viewing” subtitle or not, but I am thinking yes maybe. To break it down for you, I am working on creating a list of movies that I enjoy, write a little bit about each one explaining why they are “Required Viewing” and include a synopsis and whatever available media there is on the film. (via On the Waterfront – Required Viewing | waldina)

“The Goonies” used to be on TV a lot in the afternoons, either I am not watching TV at that time, or it is not on anymore. I love this film. I love the adventure, I love the little guy taking on big business theme, I absolutely love Martha Plimpton. I love “I wonder what is in the bag.” I love the “Our Time” speech so much I used to randomly recite it to confused/amused coworkers. This is possibly the closest I get to personal nostalgia, only because I remember seeing this movie when it was new. I suggest that if you are feeling down, it is raining outside, and you want to watch something other than all the HGTV reruns you’ve already seen, watch this movie and relax. Chester Copperpot! Chester Copperpot! Chester Copperpot!! (via The Goonies – Required Viewing | waldina)

“The Goonies” used to be on TV a lot in the afternoons, either I am not watching TV at that time, or it is not on anymore. I love this film. I love the adventure, I love the little guy taking on big business theme, I absolutely love Martha Plimpton. I love “I wonder what is in the bag.” I love the “Our Time” speech so much I used to randomly recite it to confused/amused coworkers. This is possibly the closest I get to personal nostalgia, only because I remember seeing this movie when it was new. I suggest that if you are feeling down, it is raining outside, and you want to watch something other than all the HGTV reruns you’ve already seen, watch this movie and relax. Chester Copperpot! Chester Copperpot! Chester Copperpot!! (via The Goonies – Required Viewing | waldina)