Cabell and Mendes previously put on an Instagram Live concert for Global Citizen’s “Together at Home” series, during which they opened up about what they’ve been doing while staying inside in an effort to slow the spread of the novel respiratory virus. Along with teaching her boyfriend Spanish and learning how to play the guitar, Cabell recently surprised a special group of fans during a video conference.
She and Mendes recently spread cheer to fans to patients at Children’s National Hospital with a virtual visit through Ryan Sea crest’s namesake foundation. In addition, Alicia Keys, Amy Peeler, Acquaint, Céline Dion, Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Lopez, LL COOL J, Lupita Yong’o, Matthew McConaughey, Oprah Winfrey, Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, Taylor Swift, Usher and Victoria Beckham are set to make cameos.
The couple also recently performed her latest single “My Oh My” together during the Elton John-hosted Fox Presents the heart Living Room Concert for America special, during which Mendes was strumming his guitar and Cabell was belting out both her verses and featured rapper DaBaby’s lyrics. In late March, she shared an emotional post on Instagram announcing that she and her team have decided to put her upcoming tour on hold as the world tries to flatten the curve and contain the spread of the pandemic.
PEOPLE have partnered with GoFundMe to raise money for the COVID-19 Relief Fund, a GoFundMe.org fundraiser to support everything from frontline responders to families in need, as well as organizations helping communities. Jimmy Stewart as George Bailey with his guardian angel, Clarence, in the 1946 classic, It's a Wonderful Life.
Wandering downfall Street, we are suddenly confronted by “Uncle Billy,” who asks if we've seen his missing $8,000. My husband jogged through the 5K “It's a Wonderful Run” alongside runners wearing reindeer antlers or twinkle lights slung about their torsos.
We met Carolyn Grimes and Carol Combs, who played Bailey daughters Zulu and Janie. Couples twirled together at the Dance by the Light of the Moon ball, while at the Clarence Hotel, the film itself ran continuously on a lobby wall.
Clearly, plenty of other people from around the world are just as fond of this film as I am; Why else would thousands of them visit “Bedford Falls” every winter? The happy ending brings tears to their eyes as George realizes that his family and friends have made his life rich.
Elsewhere in Matthew, we learn of Jesus being tempted by the devil, who showed Him the glories of the kingdoms of the world, and told Him, “All these I will give you, if you will fall down and worship me.” In Wonderful Life, we see a similar scenario: The tempter, Henry Potter, offers George Bailey everything he has ever wanted: travel to Europe, lots of money, the nicest house in town, lovely clothes for his wife, and a far more interesting job than he has at the Building and Loan.
(You can't help wondering if Potter chose George and Mary's wedding day to make his “fifty cents on the dollar” offer to Bedford Salesians in order to find out if George would give up his wedding trip to stop him.) And George sacrifices his dream of the exciting life he wants so desperately to live in order to give his brother Harry the life HE wants to live, perhaps sensing that Harry would be a miserable failure at the Building and Loan business.
And Potter, by forfeiting his soul for earthly wealth, becomes, as George puts it, a “warped, frustrated old man.” At a deeper, more subtle level, the film reminds us that living a good life means consistently imitating the Lord we claim to serve, not just throwing up a prayer now and then when we need help.
These lessons were likely far from the minds of festival-goers in Seneca Falls, who were focused on hearing “Zulu” describe what it was like clinging to Jimmy Stewart's neck in the last scene of the film, wolfing down pastries at “It's a Wonderful Breakfast,” or buying angel ornaments to take home with them. But later on, if they are like me, they will go home, unpack, pile some cookies on a plate, pour a glass of eggnog, and watch this great film once again with their families.
And if they are wise, they will help their children or grandchildren understand one of the reasons why we love this 70-year-old film black-and-white reel of “Capra-corn”: It's a masterpiece of biblical teaching. Adult will need to click the slideshow on as no timings have been added.
I see skies of blue and clouds of white The bright blessed day, the dark sacred nights And I think to myself what a wonderful world. After chapter 2 begins, you can purchase a Ball, Blocks, and a Wooden Car from Van for your child.
Usually you place these in the toyboy in your house, but if you instead put them on the shelf in your toolroom, you can go back to Van and purchase another one of each. This trick is useful, as some town residents like the toys as gifts.
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What a WonderfulWorld by Louis Armstrong is one of those songs that stirs my emotions and paints pictures in my head whenever I hear it. It's also been redone a number of times -- the Israel Kamakawiwo'ole version is the most recent -- it's combined with Somewhere Over the Rainbow which is also a nice song to color along to.