Essas 3 fofuras estão passando na sua timeline para falar que a mãe da fofura do meio (🐶) minha @arethaoliveiraoficial está em cartaz em SP com a peça dela “VAMOS?”, somente aos SÁBADOS no Teatro Jardim Sul até o dia 14/12! Aqui tem todas as informações @vamosacomedia Arrasa, amiguinha! Te amo!
Sol, meu querido sol!☀️ Pode vir que eu to preparadíssima, a @niveabrasil lançou uma nova linha de protetores que une beleza & proteção para cada tipo de pele, e eu já estou equipada com o meu para Pele Oleosa! Esse verão vou curtir muuuuito, toda linda e protegida com quem entende de pele!!! ☀👊🏼😍
Raiouuuuu o sooooollll... . (Se você não leu com a voz da musa Debora Blando tá tudo errado. Tem que rever🤣)
FêLicia! 🤦🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️ . 📸 Beli
Poha! 45 assuntos! Comeque memoriza? Kkkkkkk A dica é: vai ouvindo e respondendo por escrito! Mais alguma técnica? . Ps: mães são as rainhas dos áudios acima de 2 min. Fato! Kkkkkkk deixa elas! #cafécomleite
Ini Indonesia. Keindahan alam yang tak pernah habis untuk dijelajahi. Aku abadikan moment ini dengan #vivoV15Pro untuk mengingat betapa kaya tanah kelahiranku. Dirgahayu Indonesia!
Selamat Hari Kemerdekaan, Indonesiaku. Sebentar lagi aku akan pergi... tapi pergi untuk kembali.
All I want to do is touch hearts and minds with the stories I tell.
Esthetics + lotsa love by the cliff. #Baharolette
It's August, so I wanted to let you know about a few books I've been reading this summer, in case you're looking for some suggestions. To start, you can't go wrong by reading or re-reading the collected works of Toni Morrison. Beloved, Song of Solomon, The Bluest Eye, Sula, everything else — they're transcendent, all of them. You’ll be glad you read them. And while I’m at it, here are a few more titles you might want to explore.
Throwing back to Konser Kejar Mimpi last year with Noah. Sayangnya karena beberapa hal, tahun ini aku hanya bisa hadir di kegiatan Leaders Camp. Buat Dream Warriors Semarang, aku akan hadir di Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang tanggal 17 Agustus 2019 for an inspirational sharing session. . Lebih seru lagi karena di hari yang sama, @noah_site dan @missmajid akan hadir juga di #KonserKejarMimpiUntukIndonesia di Gumaya Tower Hotel Semarang. . Untuk bergabung, kamu bisa berkunjung ke cabang CIMB Niaga terdekat atau hubungi 14041. Jangan lupa follow @kejarmimpi.id for more updates! . Saatnya lampaui batas dirimu dan berani #KejarMimpi! #CIMBNiagaForward
Have. Not. Moved. On. #Baharolette #pandawacliffestate #elitehavens 📷 @claus_schmidtt
Some things change — like my taste in khakis and polo shirts — but Bud Billiken endures. For 90 years, the Bud Billiken parade has brought people together to celebrate the rich history and culture of Chicago’s South Side. I am proud the @ObamaFoundation team is out there representing our next chapter today as we work to bring the Obama Presidential Center to life and empower the next generation of leaders.
Can’t wait for The Colour Run by @cimb_niaga this year! Don’t forget to join in. This year’s theme is Love Tour - celebrating and sharing love through impactful work. ❤️
At the Stanford GSB info session with these boys from PK-142. Hope to see you next yeaaar bay and tom!
Time is no match for Toni Morrison. In her writing, she sometimes toyed with it, warping and creasing it, bending it to her masterful will. In her life’s story, too, she treated time nontraditionally. A child of the Great Migration who’d lifted up new, more diverse voices in American literature as an editor, Toni didn’t publish her first novel until she was 39 years old. From there followed an ascendant career—a Pulitzer, a Nobel, and so much more—and with it, a fusion of the African American story within the American story. Toni Morrison was a national treasure. Her writing was not just beautiful but meaningful—a challenge to our conscience and a call to greater empathy. She was as good a storyteller, as captivating, in person as she was on the page. And so even as Michelle and I mourn her loss and send our warmest sympathies to her family and friends, we know that her stories—that our stories—will always be with us, and with those who come after, and on and on, for all time.
Happy birthday, my b! Will row by your side always. x
One of us is getting married and you’ll never guess who. 😂 #Baharolette
Recharged with new energy; new sense of meaning and purpose. Thank you, Bali. #pandawacliffestate #elitehavens 📷 @claus_schmidtt
10++ years and counting. #Baharolette #elitehavens #pandawacliffestate 📷 @claus_schmidtt
Yaaaay! @deartomorrowthebook cetak ulang lagi! ❤️❤️❤️ thank you for your support this year... it’s been amazing. For those of you who has read the book - which is your favorite part?
Recent court decisions make it clear that the change we need to restore our democracy has to come from the ground up. @Allontheline’s work to ensure a fair and accurate census count and achieve fair maps in 2021 has never been more important. Join us today at the link in my bio.
#StopBeautyBullying is a campaign that @lux_id and I wanted to highlight on our collaboration: Lux by Maudy Ayunda! We wanted to remind women of their value - and to do so by talking about an issue that is close to our hearts and that has significant effects on our mental wellbeing. Join the discussion and get your very own limited edition Lux by me! #LuxbyMaudyAyunda
As promised, I will be sharing the journey behind my “dilemma” a few months ago - the stories behind my decision, the struggles behind the application, and anything else you may want to know! I’ll be sharing it LIVE on my V-live account this thursday afternoon at 4pm. Subscribe to my V-live account and submit questions you want me to answer by posting on my account. ❤️ click the link in my bio to follow me now!
Baby, I’m leaving... can you tell me now, will you love me still? ~ #soon #goodbye
Over the years, you've probably seen Michelle's mom, Marian Robinson, in photos with our family at inaugurations, Christmas tree lightings, Easter Egg Rolls, and a whole lot more. But what you haven't seen is the way she's been there for us every day—not just for Michelle and our daughters, but for me, too. I've always appreciated her steadiness, her perspective, and the way a wisecrack from her reverberates around the room. Happy birthday, Marian—here's to many more.
Renewing my promise to help children in urgent need. This time, @arsyahrasyid is joining me. ❤️ LVforUNICEF has raised more than 7m$ since 2016 but there's still a huge need out there. Join us now: for each sale of the new Silver Lockit, 100€ will be donated to UNICEF. #MAKEAPROMISE #LVforUNICEF
Stay grounded. Self-aware. Reflective. The world moves around for nobody. ❤️
Shots of “Konser Kejar Mimpi Untuk Indonesia.” Bangga banget melihat progres social movement @kejarmimpi.id yang sekarang sudah meraih semakin banyak mata, telinga, dan hati. As co-founder, I am proud to have been a part of the process alongside my @cimb_niaga family. ❤️ Wearing @iwantirta_batik, headpiece by @rinaldyyunardi. Thanks team! @dionmulya @philipekarunia @sasamihardja @chitatj
Spending saturday with two Amandas. Having a sister who just gets me is a blessing I hope I’ll never take for granted. She’s passionate, brave, and helps me find shortcuts in my long-winded confusions. Here’s to our dream of partnering up in the quest for making meaningful change.
Earlier this year... I launched “Kina and her Fluffy Bunny” - the first of a series of Children’s books based on archived stories I wrote when I was ten years old. It’s been so exciting to hear back from parents and children, telling me how they’ve been enjoying this book. Siapa yang udah baca? Let me know what you think in the comments below @storykina ❤️ Tomorrow, I’ll be doing a storytelling session and booksigning in @buumiplayscape. Go to their account for details. See you there!
#MandelaDay reminds us that when things feel dark, confusing, or impossible—take a look back at his writings. There, we see how a belief in the dignity of every person can be made real, an unwavering hope to steel us along our own long walks toward something better.
Missing the way the energy around me felt on that day. #throwback #nofilter
If you’re going to change the world, start with serving your community. No matter what you’re trying to accomplish, lending a hand and listening to your neighbor will make you a better leader—and a better person. That’s why, as part of the @ObamaFoundation Leaders: Africa program, hundreds of regional leaders spent the day painting murals, gardening, and putting together gift packs for students in need at a local school in Johannesburg. These folks make me so proud.
Nuts and berries errrrday! Nyom nyom. #moodonset. 🙈
Proud to rep America’s best team! Congrats @USWNT and thanks for being such a strong inspiration for women and girls—and everybody—all across the country.
Letting my hair dance like the thoughts in my mind ~
Last night we spoke and sang for a good cause through the Gemilang 30th year P&G concert - raising funds to build 100 schools in post-disaster areas. So happy to contribute and be a part of the @panteneid P&G family! 🖤 #Gemilangdi30tahun Wore this beautiful outfit by @jacob_wil and belt from @njl.indonesia. Styled by @imeldaimew and glammed by @philipekarunia. Thank you team!
Nem eu me aguento de tiara na cabeça... Me auto soquei de tanta fofura! . Amiga @prischiavinato, obrigada pelo presente que me deixou com 12 anos qdo acabei de fazer 35!
#TBT Respeita o braço da mulher elástica, Rapa! Kkkkkkk Que isso??? . O braço de vcs tb faz isso? Ou devo me candidatar ao Cirque de Soleil já que to de férias esse ano???
Happy Fourth of July, everybody! This is always a great day in the Obama family: a chance to celebrate America—and Malia’s birthday, too. Hope all of you are able to get some time with friends, family, and fireworks.
FINALLY! The music video to “Kamu dan Kenangan” is out! Ini nih video yang bikin team aku nangis... have you guys seen it? Let me know what you think. Link in bio. x
I love it when a moment makes me pause, take a deep breath, and plunge into deep contemplation. Thank you, Sunrise. For a moment there, nothing mattered but the morning breeze and the speckles of light dancing on my face. In this world of frenzy, it was everything I needed and more. Good morning, sapiens. What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to do?
In my farewell address in Chicago three years ago, I said something I still firmly believe today: Being a citizen is the most important job in our democracy. If you’re tired of politicians manipulating electoral maps and ignoring the will of voters, I hope you’ll exercise your power as a citizen by signing @allontheline’s Citizen Commitment today.
Don’t mind me - just chilling here.
Ahhh não tomei um drink vendo esse por do sol no domingo não... Tomei não, magina... . Você leram o post com a minha voz? . (Eu leio legendas com voz das pessoas que escrevem)
Tinha que ser taurino esse guri, né? . @rodrigohilbert um prazer ser sua assistente hoje na gravação do #TemperoDeSaudade !!! Kkkkkkk desculpa a bagunça... Tu é Tri, gurizimmm!
The golden hour at its best.
50 years ago, history was written at the Stonewall Inn when New York City’s LGBT community stood up, spoke out, and started a movement. In 2016, I was proud to designate it as our first national monument to tell the story of the struggle for LGBT rights. Stonewall reminds us the arc of our history is an arc of progress so long as we keep pushing for it.
Bajo got me like...
All I need right now.
Off to the hills.
Back here, again. Deff one of my favorite places x
Happy birthday, dearest Eyang Habibie. You have inspired so many people with your experiences and stories - especially me. We can only hope to follow in your footsteps and make change someday. ❤️
The lyric video for “Kamu and Kenangan” is out now on Youtube! Check it out and let me know what you think! Link in bio. #kamudankenangan #habibieainun3
Uma das melhores comemorações de aniversário que eu já tive... Família e natureza!!!! . Obrigada por tanto, Papai do Céu! Tô pronta pra viver meu 35 ano!
Como vocês tão nessa sexta? . 1. Recebendo carinho 2. Plena (o) esticando as pernas . . Não tem a opção de sozinha (o) abandonada (o), tá? Para com isso! Você é sua melhor companhia! PRESTENÇÃO!
It’s a wrap!!! Thank you to the cast and crew of @habibieainunmovie for your time, energy, and hardwork. Will miss the late nights, early mornings, and in-betweens. Sebulan kemarin sungguh menjadi pengalaman belajar yang membekas dan seru buat akuuu. Peluk!
E outra que eu fazia qdo era novinha: . Eu acordava antes da hora e ia pro quarto da minha mãe que falava que eu poderia dormir mais 10 MINUTOS! Aí eu deitava na minha cama, contava até 10 e voltava por quarto da minha mãe! Hahahahhaahahahahaah . Contem “inocências” de vocês na infância!
The original soundtrack of Habibie Ainun 3, “Kamu dan Kenangan” is out now! . Ini pertama kalinya aku menyanyikan lagu ciptaan teh @melly_goeslaw yang diaransemen oleh Mas @antohhoed. Hope I was able to do the song and the lyrics justice for Eyang Habibie. ❤️ . Dan sepanjang hari ini, kalian sudah bisa mendengarkan untuk pertama kalinya lagu Kamu dan Kenangan diputarkan di radio-radio favorit kamu. Atau juga didengarkan melalui Spotify, Joox, Apple Music, iTunes. . Tag me if you’ve listened to it. Let me know what you think! #KamudanKenangan #HabibieAinun3 #KisahCinta #HabibieAinun
Outside the Oval Office, I kept a painting of a small crowd huddled around a pocketwatch, waiting for the moment the Emancipation Proclamation took effect. On Juneteenth, we celebrate the anniversary of that news - freedom - reaching slaves in Texas. And something more: On Juneteenth, we celebrate our capacity to make real the promise of our founding, that thing inside each of us that says America is not yet finished, that compels all of us to fight for justice and equality until this country we love more closely aligns with our highest ideals.
Não eh e a toa que minha irmã de alma nasceu no mesmo do que eu... Nem sei explicar o quanto somos parecidas em alguns aspectos! Te amo, @ludayer13! E vou usar seu post porque você disse tudo o que nós somos umas para outra! Sei que já fizemos Facetime (desde ontem! Kkk) mas tô sempre Com vc porque nao tem distância que separe a gente! EU TE AMO! . #Repost @ludayer13 with @get_repost ・・・ Feliz ano novo pra nós! 🎉🥳Que esse ano venha alegre, doce, especial e sábio. Que os ensinamentos tragam mais força e sabedoria. Que a gente continue olhando tudo com um toque de humor. Meu amor e orgulho por vc não cabem dentro de mim. Gratidão por ter vc ao meu lado em “todas as horas” e nos momentos mais especiais. Minha metade nesse mundo. Vc é Deus em ação. Te amo infinitamente minha irmã❤️ #happybirthday to #us #gemini
Bora brindar a vida!!!! . Cadê os aniversariantes do dia? PARABÉNS pra TODO MUNDO!
FELIZ 35 ANOOOS PRA MIMMM! . E eu que só ia comemorar meu niver em Sp, ganho essa surpresa do @lshhotel !!! Muito Obrigadaa, TODA EQUIPE! Vocês moram no meu coração e vocês sabem bem disso né? Eu amo um hotelll! Kkkkkk
Aku kini sendirian... menatap dirimu hanya bayangan. 21.06.19 #KamuDanKenangan #habibieainun3
Looking better everyday isn’t impossible! Aku pakai Pantene Perfect ON buat bikin rambutku bebas dari awut-awutan. Kondisioner tanpa bilas dari @PanteneID ini bisa dipakai di manapun dan kapanpun aku mau. Jadi rambutku selalu perfect setiap saat! Aku udah bilang Dadah Shampoan Doang, sekarang giliran kamu #PerfectON #DadahAwutAwutan
Mas esse marido tá um fotógrafo só, viu? Ói pra isso! Ok que o @clubmedriodaspedras facilita mto né? Mas mesmo assim, tá de parabéns, @thbarbosa ! Kkkkk . @clubmedriodaspedras você é meu lugar de praia “fora” do Rio! Frequento esse paraíso há pelo menos 15 ANOS e sempre que vou embora fico louca pra voltar! Obrigada pela paz e alegria que você nos traz!
Ku memintal rindu... menyesali waktu. 21.06.2019 #KamuDanKenangan #HabibieAinun3
Embrace it when they underestimate you. You now have the pleasure to prove them wrong. x
E que vida né, Vi? Kkkkk Te amo, Déziiiiiii! #FelizDiaDosNamoradosPraTodoMundo
The wait is over! I’m so excited for #KonserKejarMimpiUntukIndonesia persembahan @cimb_niaga yang akan hadir di Jakarta tanggal 23 Juli 19. So happy to be a part of it dan kali ini akan banyak banget temen-temen artis dan musisi tanah air serta internasional yang akan ikut menghibur kalian semua seperti @tulusm @ranforyourlife @bclsinclair @Noah_site @melly_goeslow @sheilamajidofficial @ari_lasso dan @magentaorchest. Swipe left untuk info lebih lanjut and don’t forget to mark your calendar. See you guys! #KejarMimpi #CIMBNiagaForward
My kindle and I are inseparable. #currentlyreading #maudyreads
Home no matter what. x
Spotted: a pair of ducks by the paddies.
As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, I'm thinking about all the young troops who faced down impossible odds that day – some of whom I actually got to meet on my own visits to Normandy. I’m also thinking about my grandfather. Though Gramps arrived at Omaha Beach weeks after D-Day, I remember how much I missed him during my visit five years ago – I wanted to have him right there with me, to hear his stories, to share the experience. But I was lucky to spend time with “Rock” Merritt who, as a younger man, saw a recruitment poster asking him if he was man enough to be a paratrooper — and signed up on the spot. All these years later, Rock is best-known not just for his exploits on D-Day, or for his decades in uniform, but for the time he’s spent speaking to the young men and women of today’s Army. Five years ago today, at Omaha Beach – democracy’s beachhead – I spoke about the debt we owe Rock and his fellow veterans who risked and gave their lives in defense of democracy.
On Friday, I had a chance to meet with some inspiring young leaders from around the world who were in Ottawa last week for the Open Government Partnership Global Summit. From Kyrgyzstan to Argentina, we're seeing a new generation taking the reins to empower others and harness new technologies for smarter, better government. It's inspiring—the kind of thing that will create a better world for all of us.
Eu amo tanto esse ensaio feito em comemoração aos meus 30 anos de carreira pro Canal Extra... . 📸 @viniciusmochizuki
#TBT do dia que @claudiaraia apareceu na nossa timeline morena e mais linda ainda! Como pode ser maravilhosona, generosa, empreendedora, talentosa, palestrante (sim, agora ela dá palestra sobre empreendedorismo!), divertida, e ter essa saúde toda nesse body babado? É muita INSPIRAÇÃO pra uma mulher só! Se eu chegar com 50 anos perto do que vc é, já vou ser muito feliz! Te amo, Mamyleeee! (Foi só uma declaração de amor mesmo assim solta porque você merece)
Exciting to see the faces of Colombia's future at an @ObamaFoundation roundtable with young leaders in Bogotá. Their creativity, their compassion, and their drive to improve their country are promising signs of what's to come.
On Memorial Day, we remember all those who gave everything for something greater than themselves. It's up to us to not simply reflect on their sacrifice but to honor it with service of our own—and by living out the values they fought for.
Vamo, Planeta!!!!!! #Respeito #Empatia #AmorÉAmor
#TBT de hoje de manhã pode?
#TBT da viagem que aprendi a usar como ninguém o timer do telefone, né @thbarbosa ??!!! Só fotao... kkkkkk . Um abraço pra esse queridão que inventou essa função no celular!
Porque eu sou capaz de ter uma conversa inteira sem escrever nada! Só com stickers.... . E quando tenho um sticker novo fico louca pra usar... . Muitas vezes uso um sticker novo fora de contexto só porque tô querendo mto usar... . Também fico pedindo pra amigos meus me mandarem stickers... . Tenho fotos guardadas porque seu que elas dariam bons stickers... . Meu sonho era saber fazer stickers, mas não sou jovem o suficiente para tanta tecnologia... . Por último queria deixar um agradecimento a quem inventou os stickers. Você mora no meu coração porque me tira boas gargalhadas... . Fim...
A arte de fazer conjuntinho do olho com a roupa... Sou adepta! . “Pessoas com olhos claros, azuis ou verdes, podem perceber a mudança de cor de acordo com a incidência da luz do sol, flash ou claridade em excesso, mas isso não passa de uma ilusão de ótica. O fato se dá devido à luz, que ao tocar na íris, cria essa ilusão em olhos claros.” . #ÉTudoUmaIlusao #QueTriste #NaoÉUmPoder #ÉPuraIlusao #FonteLentesEOculos
Boa semana pra gente!!!
Feliz Dia Das Maes !!!!! . Aproveitem suas famílias e se encham de amor! Isso é o que realmente vale a pena, né??
Sol da minha vida, a Madrinha te ama muito! Que Deus te conserve assim tão doce, especial, amorosa e bondosa! Te amo sem fim...
Boa semana pra gente, galeraaaa! . 📸 @viniciusmochizuki E Make linda do @teodorojr
Comecei a fazer Ioga! Me indiquem vídeos, canais, e tipos de Ioga??? Me contem tudo, por favor! . @lshhotel contribuindo com o melhor cenario!
Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. It’s easy, on a day like this, to reflect at something of a distance. The photos are grainy now, dusty artifacts from another era. It was a different world then, we can tell ourselves—another place, another time. Fully grappling with the reality of the Holocaust, though, isn’t so simple. Because before the camps and the brownshirts, before the consolidation of political power, before millions of lives were extinguished, there were simply people, not altogether different from any of us, who chose to see their neighbors as different, as other, as something less. It’s a sadly familiar choice, one that we’ve seen generation after generation. And today, in our world of encroaching division and calcifying bubbles, we’ve seen once again the swiftness with which that choice—that failure to recognize ourselves in one another—can accelerate into violence. So it’s up to us to make a different choice—to choose empathy over apathy; to sow seeds of hope rather than hate; to embrace our shared humanity, no matter how we worship, what we look like, who we love, or where our families came from. That’s how we can not only pause to remember a tragedy once a year, but act on the lessons we’ve learned from it every day.
One hundred years ago, Nelson Mandela was born, and 25 years ago, his country held its first democratic elections. It was a true honor to mark these anniversaries by sitting with his wife, Graça Machel, to discuss Mandela's legacy of justice, opportunity, and peace—and the call for all of us to carry it on, especially young people like Lesley Williams, one of our @ObamaFoundation African Leaders. As we confront division, discrimination, inequality in our own time—challenges too big for one person and too complex for one simple solution—it's easy to get discouraged. I find that it's best then, as it often is, to remind ourselves of the words of a political prisoner who rose to lead a nation and inspire the world. Because as he said: “It always seems impossible until it is done.”
To all who celebrate today, happy Easter from our family to yours! On this day of rebirth and renewal, let’s recommit to love and serve our brothers and sisters, especially those in need, in every way we can. Have a great day, everybody.
Back in 2008, I joined a few staffers for an impromptu Passover Seder on the campaign trail in Pennsylvania — Manischewitz, matzo, and all — and we kept it going during my time in the White House. It was a chance to pause, to connect around a shared meal, and to tell the Exodus story, which reminds us of faith’s triumph over oppression and calls on us to stand with those still yearning for freedom and opportunity today. I hope everyone gathering for a Seder tonight has a blessed and meaningful Passover.
Notre Dame is one of the world’s great treasures, and we’re thinking of the people of France in your time of grief. It’s in our nature to mourn when we see history lost – but it’s also in our nature to rebuild for tomorrow, as strong as we can.
No matter what country we’re in, connecting young people with more tools, more resources, more attention, and maybe a little bit of inspiration is the best investment we can make in the future. And when these young people work together and learn from each other, their work will change the world. That’s what I saw in the hundreds of young leaders from across Europe and it’s what the @ObamaFoundation is all about.
Valerie is one of my oldest friends and a lifelong advisor – she was by my side when I first decided to run for office and for every major moment of the presidency. I’ve always been proud of Valerie and her extraordinary work to advocate for women, improve the lives of working families, and promote equality for all — but more than the policies she helped shape, I am proud of how she did the work. While Valerie was discovering her own sense of belonging, she was out there making sure other women knew they also deserved to be heard. “Finding My Voice” offers a rare look inside the presidency and a window into the life of a public servant who is dedicated to improving the lives of others. @ValerieBJarrett’s voice has often inspired me and I know her memoir will inspire others to lift their voices, too.
A gente tava sentado aí... Mas aí levantamos....
F É R I A S ♥️ @thbarbosa . . Quem tirou essa foto? Minha mochila! Kkkkkkk
📸 Olha o passarinho! Achou!!???? . . Qual o nome desse passarinho!?
Marca seu migo nesse post pra ele saber o pq da sua demora. . Eu no caso tô de férias mesmo! Então... 🤷🏻♀️
BOM DIAAA! . . Como eh o nome dessa fruta aí que eu tô segurando que eu amo ?
Alguém sabe porque alguém fica pensando na morte da bezerra? Porque bezerra? Porque nao a cabrita??
Fiquei tão alta nessa foto que nem coube aqui no insta... Tive que cortar e posso afirmar que tinha mais uns 30 cm de perna ali. Mentira. 15. Tá. Nem 10. Cortei só a pontinha da sandália que tava aparecendo.
Eeeeeeuuuuu, parada no Bailão!
S O C O R R O ! . Que saudade desses 5 kgs de bochecha! #TBT #Beli #3AnosDePuraGostosura
Não envelhecemos nem 10 minutos, vai? Kkkkk Passou rápido, hein Vi? Aprendemos tanto um com o outro... E as risadas? Viagens? Histórias? Muitas! Obrigada por ser um companheiro tão bom de se dividir a vida! TE AMOOOO! #8Anos #Covéios #20/03 #Repost @thbarbosa with @get_repost ・・・ Há 8 anos, a VIDA me deu você... E minha VIDA mudou pra melhor! DEUS tinha um plano pra nós... 🙌🏾 Obrigado por TUDO que todo mundo vê e principalmente por tudo que só a gente VIVE! Amo você, Vida! ❤️ #8Anos #FotoDe2011 #ÉramosJovens
Just in the nick of time: My brackets have never been my one shining moment, but here we go again. You can check out my #MarchMadness picks at Obama.org.
Aqui de boas, pensando nas duas pessoas que eu vou chamar pra jogar “jogo da velha” na marca de sol do body... . 📸 @thbarbosa que por ter feito essa bela foto já tem sua vaga no jogo. Sobra só mais uma.
Praticando o equilíbrio: Comendo meu peixinho e tomando meu drink! Kkkkk . . Que saudade que eu tava desse “cherne-melhor-não-há” do @esplanadagrillrio que tem no @lshhotel! Inclusive fica aqui meu agradecimento na escolha do restaurante pra ter no hotel! Pqp! Eu sonho com o “arroz-de-costela-melhor-da-vida”, passo mal com o “bolinho-de-bacalhau-bem-sequinho-mais-do-que-eu-qdo-to-irritada”, sou viciada na “salada-juliana-que-deveria-chamar-Fernanda-de-tanto-que-como” e amo comer o “bife-de-chorizzo-mais-macio-que-minha-priopria-pele” Mano! EU AMO COMEEEERRR. Fim! Kkkkkkkk
This was back in 2011, when I was visiting the tiny town of Moneygall, the place where my great-great-great grandfather, a shoemaker named Falmouth Kearney, lived his early life. I marveled as I walked around on the same old floorboards that he did, then I had the privilege to address the people of Ireland on College Green. For me, this photo pretty much sums up their joyful spirit; a warmth and generosity that stay with me to this day. Happy St. Patrick's Day—on this day, it’ll always be O’Bama.
Michelle and I send condolences and strength to the people of New Zealand. We grieve with you and with the Muslim community. Every single one of us, every color, every creed, has a daily responsibility to rally against hate and bigotry in all their forms and to stand up for what is good, and decent, and true.
“As a phrase, ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ continues to keep me focused—especially when I lose hope or get weary. When I repeat it to myself, I’m reminded of all the young people whose lives I might have impacted and those who I have yet to impact. It reinvigorates me, causes me to get up, and reminds me that the work isn’t over yet. I am My Brother’s Keeper. “My hope for all boys and young men of color is peace. I hope for a brighter future where these young men won’t be fearful of applying for a job or chasing an opportunity because of their skin color. Too often I hear my peers talk about how they have to go about things a certain way or there are certain jobs they simply cannot do. “I just want to grow. I want to expand. #MBKRising gives us a chance to come together as a community and have the conversations that can only come from a diversity of perspectives. I am only one person with one set of experiences. There’s a limit to what I know. The only way I’ll be able to grow and learn is to interact with the community of leaders who are working hard to help boys and young men of color like me achieve their dreams. That’s when we all learn.” —Jerron Hawkins, 21, participant at #MBKRising, Washington D.C. (3/3)
“My friends and I started a program to mentor students at the elementary school next door. We helped each other keep the good work going. When I got to Howard I hit the ground running—joining student organizations, getting an internship at the White House during the Obama administration, and becoming a mentee as part of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative, where I had the chance to meet President Obama, ask him for advice, and share what was going on in my life. “Since beginning my mentorship program five years ago, I’ve found a passion for combating disparities and inequalities I see. My mission is to change the world one community at a time. I recently founded my own nonprofit to help out other college students, providing scholarships and highlighting the achievement and impact of minority students across the U.S. ” —Jerron Hawkins, 21, participant at #MBKRising, Washington D.C. (2/3)
Meet Jerron Hawkins. He’s a young man I got to know when he was a White House mentee in 2014, and he’s one of the hundreds of people coming to Oakland this week for MBK Rising!, a nationwide gathering of community members and partners that represent the My Brother’s Keeper movement. We’re bringing these groups together to celebrate five years of progress on behalf of boys and young men of color—and to set our sights on the road ahead. Since we started My Brother’s Keeper five years ago, one of the things we’ve seen consistently is the power of mentoring as a tool to help young people address the challenges they face and see the opportunities in front of them. Mentoring just works. Today, I’m turning my Instagram account over to Jerron to tell you a little about his experience with mentorship. His story shows us what’s possible when we invest in our young people and show them we believe in their promise. It’s the kind of story we should hear more often—the kind we’ll hear a lot of in Oakland this week. It’s the kind story that gives me hope. “At the beginning of high school, I felt like I wasn’t operating with purpose. I wasn’t helping anyone. I was selected to be a member of my principal’s student leadership team and I thought ‘Why me? I don’t see myself like this.’ But in senior year, I found AMATE—African American Males Aspiring to Excel—a mentoring program for young men of color. What was so powerful to me about the group was the vulnerability. As guys, we were used to not talking about our problems. We bottled it all up and called it pride. So to be in this group of young men, sharing their feelings and being vulnerable with each other, was life-changing for me.”—Jerron Hawkins, 21, participant at #MBKRising, Washington D.C. (1/3)
Five years ago, I launched the My Brother’s Keeper initiative calling on all Americans to take action on behalf our nation’s boys and young men of color. It was a call to make sure every child felt valued, safe, and supported by their community—a call to help these young men in particular see hope and opportunity in their future. We’ve come a long way in those five years. Today, as part of the @ObamaFoundation, the @MBK_Alliance consists of nearly 250 communities working to break down barriers that too often leave boys and young men of color at a disadvantage. And tomorrow in Oakland, I’ll join the My Brother’s Keeper community to mark the progress we’ve made and chart the course ahead at a celebration we’re calling MBK Rising! In the lead-up to the event, and in honor of Black History Month, I wanted to share a nonfiction reading list that can help to provide some essential context about the challenges that many people of color face every day. From modern memoirs to cornerstones of the American narrative, these works can help us better understand our country’s past and our evolving, persistent struggles with race—and they can be fuel on our journey toward a more fair and just future for all of our sons and daughters. They certainly are for me. I hope you’ll take some time to read some of these books, letters, and articles. And tomorrow, I hope you’ll follow along with MBK Rising! at Obama.org/mbka. The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson A Stone of Hope: A Memoir by Jim St. Germain with Jon Sternfeld The Upshot from The New York Times: Extensive Data Shows Punishing Reach of Racism for Black Boys The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin The Letter from Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King, Jr. Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom by David W. Blight
Don’t be sad it’s over, be proud it taught us so much. Congrats to all the men and women of @NASA on a Mars rover mission that beat all expectations, inspired a new generation of Americans, and demands we keep investing in science that pushes the boundaries of human knowledge.
As we celebrate Black History Month and Jackie Robinson’s 100th birthday, we celebrate the life of all whose courage opened the gates for everybody, and in the process, made America better.
As a bridge between the East and West, Hawaiʻi is a part of the fabric of both the U.S. and the broader Asia-Pacific region. It’s a place of tremendous diversity and global potential. It’s also the place I call home. This weekend, I had the opportunity to sit down in Hawaiʻi with 21 exceptional emerging leaders from the Asia-Pacific, designing an @ObamaFoundation program that will convene hundreds of changemakers from the region so that they can come together to support each other, share ideas, and solve the greatest challenges they face. I can’t wait to see what they accomplish.
As 2018 draws to a close, I’m continuing a favorite tradition of mine and sharing my year-end lists. It gives me a moment to pause and reflect on the year through the books, movies, and music that I found most thought-provoking, inspiring, or just plain loved. It also gives me a chance to highlight talented authors, artists, and storytellers – some who are household names and others who you may not have heard of before. Swipe through to see my best of 2018 list – I hope you enjoy reading, watching, and listening.
Enjoy the holiday season with the ones you love. Michelle and I wish you a very Merry Christmas!
I am grateful for the next generation of leaders who are doing the work to create the world as it should be. Our young people—tolerant, creative, idealistic—remind us that the best way to honor our communities is to serve them. They understand that hope requires action. From the Obama family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving.
Of course, @MichelleObama's my wife, so I'm a little biased here. But she also happens to be brilliant, funny, wise – one of a kind. This book tells her quintessentially American story. I love it because it faithfully reflects the woman I have loved for so long.
As I reflect on election night ten years ago today, I can’t help but think about where my political career started. I wasn’t running for office. I was running a voter-registration drive in Chicago. What I learned then -- and what would become the premise of my 2008 campaign -- was that you couldn't just fight for existing votes. You had to reach out to all of these people who had lost faith and lost trust, and get them off the sidelines. So during our first campaign, when I started seeing all these stories about record turnout in communities all over the country -- from young people in line for hours in Iowa to elderly folks in lawn chairs down in Florida -- I knew that we had shown what is possible when everybody decides to participate. And that, in and of itself, gave people a sense of their own power -- their own agency in the kind of country we want to leave for our kids. When more people get off the sidelines and decide to participate, our country becomes a little more representative of its people -- of everyone's collective decision. And American politics can change as a result. So on Election Day this Tuesday, I’m not just asking you to vote. I'm asking you to really show up once again. Talk with your friends, convince some new voters, and get them out to vote because then something powerful happens. Change happens. Hope happens. And with each new step we take in the direction of fairness, and justice, and equality, and opportunity, hope spreads.
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My brother and friend @JoeBiden is back on Instagram. Welcome back, Joe—you'll always be one of the rare exceptions to my no-selfies rule.
This is one of those pivotal moments when every one of us, as citizens of the United States, need to determine just who it is that we are. Just what it is that we stand for. And as a fellow citizen, not as an ex-president, I delivered a simple message to students at the University of Illinois today. You need to vote, because our democracy depends on it. The biggest threat to our democracy doesn't come from any one person. The biggest threat to our democracy is indifference. The biggest threat to our democracy is cynicism – a cynicism that’s led too many people to turn away from politics, and to stay home on Election Day. The antidote to government by the powerful few is democracy by the organized many. If you get involved, and engaged, and knock on some doors, and talk with your friends, and argue with your family members, and change some minds, and vote – then something powerful happens. Change happens. Hope happens. With each new candidate that surprises you with a victory, a spark of hope happens. With each new law that helps a kid read, or a poor family find shelter, or a veteran get the support he or she has earned, hope happens. With each new step we take in the direction of fairness, and justice, and equality, and opportunity, hope spreads. I believe that can be the legacy of your generation. You can be the generation that stood up and reminded us just how precious democracy is, and just how powerful it can be when we fight for it. I believe you will. Because I believe in you. And I’ll be right there alongside you, every step of the way.
I just stopped by a high school on Chicago’s Southwest side to meet with students who spent the summer learning to code smartphone apps. These apps are impressive – they are designed to connect people in danger to emergency services, make it easy for students and families to get the latest information about their schools, and even help you decide what to eat to for dinner. It’s part of a program Michelle and I are proud to support called One Summer Chicago, which invests in local youth by providing meaningful educational and professional experiences in safe spaces over the summer. Programs like this aren’t just helping Chicago’s youth gain skills for their own future, they're also strengthening the pipeline of talent right here on the South Side, the community of the future Obama Presidential Center.
America has no royalty. But we do have a chance to earn something more enduring. Born in Memphis and raised in Detroit, Aretha Franklin grew up performing gospel songs in her father’s congregation. For more than six decades since, every time she sang, we were all graced with a glimpse of the divine. Through her compositions and unmatched musicianship, Aretha helped define the American experience. In her voice, we could feel our history, all of it and in every shade—our power and our pain, our darkness and our light, our quest for redemption and our hard-won respect. She helped us feel more connected to each other, more hopeful, more human. And sometimes she helped us just forget about everything else and dance. Aretha may have passed on to a better place, but the gift of her music remains to inspire us all. May the Queen of Soul rest in eternal peace. Michelle and I send our prayers and warmest sympathies to her family and all those moved by her song.
Mandela Day is about taking action to change the world for the better. In these young people, I see Madiba's example of persistence and hope. They are poised to make this world more peaceful, more prosperous, and more just.
Now this is a pretty cool dad move. Happy Father’s Day to all the great dads out there like Lynell Jinks, who creates beautiful art on his kids’ lunch bags to remind them to be proud of their own gifts.