Ok, so style icon Audrey Hepburn didn’t write these beauty tips. But she did quote them a lot, it’s said, and I can see why. I mean, who doesn’t believe in kissing?
And of course happy girls ARE the prettiest girls. The question is, though, if pretty girls are the happiest. Are they?
But I like her thought better.
Looking for the good in others should be easy. But of course, sometimes we have to dig around to excavate the good. When you get there for Trump, let me know.
Pink is not my favorite color. The pastel looks kind of insipid when I wear it and hot pink makes my skin look red. But it’s definitely girly.
But Hepburn was so about so much more than the color pink and beauty tips. The American Film Institute named her one of the greatest female stars of all time and she’s one of the few who has won an Emmy, Oscar, Tony and Grammy.
After she died, I was fascinated to learn about the significant post-acting career she had as a humanitarian. Celebrity is a gift, and when someone uses it for more than financial gain — when they use it to help others — it balances the equation.
While I don’t ordinarily admire actors for more than their talent, Hepburn is one of the people I admire most from my lifetime. What stands out most about this woman is that she had a “whole” life and by that I mean she excelled at her profession and gave back to the world in even greater measure. Which may well be why she seems like one of the happy girls, at least to me. And a person I greatly admire.
I’d love to know some of the people you most admire–even just one. From your lifetime. In the Comments below. Thank you!