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La Valse d'Amelie from "Amelie" Composer: Yann Tiersen Reblogged from the user Jaime Cepeda on YouTube - Link The rights belong to the composer Yann Tiersen - this is not the official music video. For information about the movie you may check

Amelie Mae Lush Kitchen Perfume Sold out within 5 minutes. Comes with the Polaroid. Was very expensive from Lush Kitchen. It's from the latest batch, only a few days old, so it's super fresh. Never been used, never even opened it. Only selling because I bought it by mistake. Just selling for what I paid. Extremely limited edition, they may not ever make it again. 30 ml. Brand new in box. Tags: bath bomb, lush, lush cosmetics, bubble bar, perfume, fragrance, essential oil, holistic, lush…

The Roses in May by Amelie-the-Fox

Camille Pissarro, Les châtaigniers a Orsny (The chestnut trees at Orsny), c. 1873, oil on canvas, 65 x 81 cm, Private Collection|"Les châtaigniers à Osny by Camille Pissarro is somewhat crude in tone, but the lushly painted fields indicate that serious intentions lie beneath the persistently coarse surface." Marc de Montifaud [Marie-Amelie Chartroule de Montifaud], L'Artiste, 1 May 1874


[Book Review] Saving Amelie

I'm a sucker for historical fiction, particularly well-written historical fiction. (History was one of my favourite subjects at school, and I may have a slight obsession - I mean fascination - with...


Polaroids of the 'kidnapped' garden gnome from the movie "Amélie" (dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 2001) --- SUMMARY: She stole her father's beloved gnome and sent it with her flight attendant friend all around the world, to try to inspire her father to live again after mourning her mother's death for so many years. The Polaroid photos were mailed back to her father in true 'Wish You Were Here' postcard style. Love it!!