These remind me of Pretty in Pink and I love it!
Queen Elizabeth I and leading figures from her court. From a carving in the gardens of Hatfield Place, her childhood country home.
extreme gaiety; merriment.
Etymology: from Middle French gaillard - lively, vigourous; a lively dance.
The King’s children are marked. They became his angels.
1892-1926, United States
"I knew we had no aviators, neither men nor women, and I knew the Race needed to be represented along this most important line, so I thought it my duty to risk my life to learn aviation and to encourage flying among men and women of our Race who are so far behind the White race in this modern study."
About: Bessie Coleman broke barriers by being the first black woman to become a licensed pilot. After being rejected by American flight schools who would not accept a black student, she decided to learn aviation in France. There, she earned her license in only 7 months at the Caudron Brother’s School of Aviation. In her later career, she specialized in stunt flying and parachuting, and worked as a stunt flyer in air shows.