A famosa aparece frequentemente na TV. Trabalhou em “Street Fighter” e “A Bela e a Fera”.
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Today marks day 15 of self-isolation. Which means I can now go to the grocery store to stock up a bit (and then back home again!). Which is both thrilling and terrifying. I am in the process of finishing up a semester of school and (I admit) it has been incredibly challenging to focus. I know some of you are in a similar situation. When failing to care about school and while actively avoiding the internet, I managed to finish February’s book. At least I think it was February’s. Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout. . . This one really made my heart ache. Not sure if it was the best read for our current situation or the worst. Regardless, this book is painfully human. It is essentially a series of stories that flutter around Olive Kitteridge’s. Those moments when you walk through town and catch a glimpse of someone’s life in progress through a window and remember that every person has a complex story that you may only ever catch glimpses of? This book feels like that. I don’t feel like writing a ton today. So. I will leave you with a quote from Olive herself: “Don’t be scared of your hunger. If you’re scared of your hunger, you’ll just be one more ninny like everyone else.” Thank you @queenbooksto for all the wonderful reads!