sansasnark said: [SCREAMS]
Yes, exactly. Which is why I haven’t watched it yet.
I need to watch the final episode of The Borgias.
The final episode of The Borgias.
shoutout out to all my buddies who have shitty dads or no dads at all this father’s day, you turned out just great regardless, you can’t choose your family and you don’t deserve any negativity from them,and you don’t deserve backlash or guilt-tripping for cutting them out of your life if that’s what you need/ed to do and i love you all
Oh that’s HARD, Sam. You’re mean :P
Formaldehyde: If you could be any fictional character, who would you choose?
I think……..I think I would have to say Lucy Pevensie. Because Lucy. Queen Lucy. Fierce and brave and valiant and curious and loving.
Diazomethane: If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
I…..would learn how to make costumes. Probably. I’ve thought about having a go at some stuff, but my hands shake too much, currently, but I would love to learn how. I have nowhere to cosplay but damn there are some costumes I would kill to cosplay.
Ethylamine: What sound do you love?
Crazy cat lady here, but I love the chirruping sound my cat makes when she comes into a room and sees me. It’s a cross between an enquiry and a greeting - ‘hello, human, I’m here. Are you alright? Pet me now, please.’
- Acetaldehyde: What did you used to have that you are happier without?
- Bromine: What was your favorite food when you were a child?
- Cyanogen: If you could choose to stay a certain age forever, what age would it be?
- Diazomethane: If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
- Ethylamine: What sound do you love?
- Formaldehyde: If you could be any fictional character, who would you choose?
- Hexafluoroacetone: What do you want to be when you grow up?
- Isopropylamine: What do you miss most about being a kid?
- Ketene: What is something you learned in the last week?
- Methacrylaldehyde: Would you rather be really attractive or really smart?
- Nitromethane: What are your phobias?
- Oleum: If one song were to describe your life, what song would it be?
- Pentaborane: What is one habit of yours that no one knows about?
- Sarin: What annoys you the most?
- Trifluorochloroethylene: If you could change your first and middle name to anything, what would it be?
Les Mis 25, tea, chocolate cake.
But no crochet today. I jarred my wrist badly last night (I fainted. again.) and it’s too tender to move much, today. Which means no graphics-making either, even though I feel up to making some. Sigh.
It’s entirely possible I’m still buzzing slightly. And I have various bits of HP music stuck in my head.
I’m going to crash soon. I can just feel it. It’s not going to be pretty. But HARRY POTTER! And HOGWARTS! And the COSTUMES! Just so much happiness. Happy happy happy.
(and yes my knee is killing me and my back hurts and my eyes are grainy and I’ve basically lost my voice but whatever.)
Sam and I are having a conversation in capslock about the HP studio tour.
Most of my pics came out really dark (I need a new camera but it’s soooo far down my list of priorities), but I’ll see if I can brighten some up, and post some.
Back from Harry Potter Studio Tour.
I am absolutely knackered and I suspect I won’t be able to get out of bed tomorrow BUT oh. my. god. that was an incredible experience. I could easily have spent another two hours there, but I was fading by the end.
The Burrow. Hagrid’s hut. The Gryffindor common room. All the costumes!!!!! And HOGWARTS! Rounding that corner and HOGWARTS!
I bought myself a Hufflepuff tshirt (Hufflepuff pride!) and a Marauder’s Map mug, yay. And I want to go back. I will go back, at some point.
Big thumbs up from a disability access POV, as well. We started queueing and almost at once somebody came up to us and said ‘you don’t have to queue, I’m not letting you go through all that, come with me and I’ll take you round the side’ so we skipped the big queue and went right to the front of the next room, and the front of the cinema. After that it was all really smooth, everything level or ramped. Only slight problem was Diagon Alley - cobblestones! on a slope! - but my lovely friend Erin managed to get me and my ‘chair across!
Just…so much love. It was so incredible seeing those sets and costumes and props up close. It’s a truly remarkable experience.
Happy day :D
A few small bits and pieces, not enough to have formed any opinion of her. Listening to a full audio of her is on my list, but I have a lot of people on my list and I’m not listening to much music at all at the moment, so yeah. It might take a while.
I will get to her, eventually. Nothing I’ve heard has made her jump to the top of my list, though (either from those clips I have listened to, or from people who’ve seen/reviewed her). I have other people I want to investigate more first and, as I said, I’m not really listening to much music right now.
Still living in hope that we’ll get photos of Anna O’Byrne the way we did of Claire Doyle, Katy Treharne, Gina Beck and Tabitha Webb……
Because please god I need them give me the pics they must exist and I want them.
(sob, don’t leave, Anna, I love your Christine).
Also Luna. I love Luna.
Neville frigging Longbottom.
Haven’t made any graphics in days, blergh, still feeling so ill. And after my Outing on Saturday it’ll probably be another week before I’m up to doing anything.
Still, this is why I’ve got a massive stock of them sitting in my folder. I can still post stuff :)
My love for Neville Longbottom knows no bounds.
Ha, no. Only about 10% of wheelchair users have no ability to walk at all (ie, legs paralysed, etc).
I have ME, also called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and I can walk…..very short distances. I basically always use a wheelchair when I go out of the house because doing anything else is exhausting and I end up unable to move. Literally. My legs don’t support me. I can’t speak, can’t swallow….it’s not fun. The wheelchair mitigates the exhaustion, makes it possible for me to leave the house every once in a while (we’re talking once every 4-6 weeks, but still, better than nothing!)
But yes, lots and lots of people who you see in wheelchairs actually can get up and walk a few paces. You might see them, for example, standing up and getting out of the wheelchair to sit in a regular chair, say at a theatre or a restaurant. It doesn’t mean they don’t need the wheelchair; they are still disabled. It just means they need to use the wheelchair for certain things. Chances are at home they don’t need the wheelchair much because it’s a familiar space, everything is arranged the way they need it, and it’s all much shorter distances.
Taking off my educator hat, now :P sorry, anon, that was longer than you were looking for!