Love Comes To Everyone | George Harrison
For you, who it always seems blue. It all comes, it never rains, but it pours, still it only takes time ‘til love comes to everyone.
In light of Harrison week on Conan and the box set release of George’s Apple Years on a box set, I felt a bit of obligation to post a favorite.
A simple reminder for myself and everyone else. It takes time.
Lazy record store employee
Bob and Sara with Jakob onboard (1969)
I love this so much <3
Dylan for President
Abandoned Obese Maine Coon Cat Goes on a Weight Loss Program with the Help of His Newly Adopted Human
King Leo, a beautiful but obese Maine Coon cat, was found abandoned in early August, trapped in his carrier on the side of a road in Nashville, Tennessee. Now rescued, King Leo is currently undergoing a weight loss program with his newly adopted human, vet tech LaTisha Lampley.
The ten-year-old cat was taken to Metro Animal Care and Control and then transported to Cat Shoppe Rescue where he received care. Owner and veterinary technician LaTisha Lampley, 34, adopted King Leo after caring for him at Animalia Health and Wellness. King Leo had over 2lbs of fur shaved off of him, and is undergoing water treadmill sessions to build strength and lose weight. LaTisha and her family are monitoring his caloric intake and incorporating playtime exercises in their home in Spring Hill, Tennessee.
Comic by ©cat versus human:
As long as they’re comfortable, I guess.
P.S. I re-opened my commission shop :)
George with Bob Dylan at Bob’s home, Woodstock —late November 1968 where they wrote the incredibly beautiful song, ‘I’d Have You Anytime”.
“I liked I’d Have You Anytime because of Bob Dylan. I was with Bob and he had gone through his broken neck period and was being very quiet, and he didn’t have much confidence. That’s the feeling I got with him in Woodstock. He hardly said a word for a couple of days. Anyway, we finally got the guitars out and it loosened things up a bit. It was really a nice time with all his kids around, and we were just playing. It was near Thanksgiving. He sang me that song and he was very nervous and shy and he said, ‘What do you think about this song?’ And I had felt strongly about Bob when I had been in India years before, the only record I took with me along with all my Indian records was Blonde On Blonde. I somehow got very close to him, you know, because he was so great, so heavy and so observant about everything. And yet, to find him later very nervous and with no confidence. But the thing he said on Blonde On Blonde about what price you have to pay to get out of going through all these things twice, ‘Oh mama, can this really be the end?’ And I thought, ‘Isn’t it great?’ because I know people are going to think, ‘Shit, what’s Dylan doing?’ But as far as I was concerned, it was great for him to realize his own peace and it meant something. You know, he had always been so hard and I thought, ‘A lot of people are not going to like this,’ but I think it’s fantastic because Bob has obviously had the experience.” —-George Harrison
A two-month-old Sumatran tiger cub is carried by its mother, Leanne, in their enclosure at the San Francisco Zoo on April 12, 2013 in San Francisco, California. The san Francisco Zoo introduced a two-month-old Sumatran tiger cub to the public for the first time since it was born. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) via The Daily Beast