June 7

The Royal (Adorable) Siblings Photos Are Out!

Today was filled with so much cuteness when the The Royal Couple, Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, release the official photos of their two children together!

I’ve been following Kensington Royal’s Instagram account and I was glued yesterday because in the morning it announced that they will release Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s photos. Well, I did not wait in vain because I was giggling with joy when I saw the photos!

Photo Credits: Her Royal Highness, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge

Photo Credits: Her Royal Highness, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge

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April 1

Photo of the Week: An Inspiration Through and Through

This week’s photo is heartwarming not only the picture itself but the story behind it:

It is to be noted that the Nickelodeon Kids Awards is Angelina Jolie’s first public appearance after her ovarian surgery, which is a preventive measure against cancer. And nope, she did not get slimed, although that will be very interesting if it happened.

Despite the many artists today, either in music, television and movies, Angelina remains to be one of the most solidly influential. She does not have rockin’ concerts or tours, nor does she have yearly teen flick movies, and yet she is never out of the popular circle for both men and women. There is an aura of power in her. Her advocacies, her parenting style and even the way she approaches things in general, are noteworthy of a powerful woman. I hope that a lot of women and teens will see that she is follow worthy. I believe her consistency in what she does is what makes her so real to us despite her popularity. This consistency also makes her so reachable and admirable.

I hope you got inspired with the photo, the way I did! Happy mid week to all of you!

March 11

Photo of the Week: Big heroes visits Little Heroes

We all need superheroes to save the day. Even if “saving the day” means putting a smile to a sick child’s face when they need it so much. It may seem little to some, but for these kids, it can spell the difference between “giving up” and finding hope.

Photo Credits: www.nydailynews.com

An excerpt from NYDailyNews.com: “The “Captain America” actor donned his red, white and blue costume Saturday during a visit to the Seattle Children’s Hospital”,  about a month after fellow Marvel superhero Chris Pratt stopped by a Boston Charity  dressed as his “Guardians of the Galaxy” character, Star-Lord.”

“AMAZING day at @seattlechildren (with) @prattprattpratt,” Evans tweeted. “Met some TRUE super heroes! Feeling inspired, blessed, touched. Thank you (with) all my heart.”

Great job Captain America!

March 5

Photo of the Week: ” How Adam Levine and Maroon 5 Mingled with Fan With Down Syndrome when he had Jitters”

The internet is such a wide place. We can now see things at it happens. It is a venue to learn and to inspire.

With all those wonderful, positive and inspiring stuff in the net, I decided to post 1 picture every week. And this week, I chose the very nice and compassionate gesture of Adam Levin and Maroon 5, when its fan with Down Syndrom had a panic attack upon meeting them.

Photo Credit: www.huffingtonpost.com

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