This Stardust styled shoot is nothing short of magical! The details capture the enchantment of the book perfectly but my favorite part by far is the wonderful camera trick that turned the bride into a luminous star herself!
- via Fab You Bliss
I’M THE SAME HEIGHT AS ARIEL. *SCREAMS*
IM THE SAME HEIGHT AS RAPUNZEL YAAAAAY
Same height as Jasmine!
Same height as Aurora
-.- shorter then Rapunzel, yet taller then Peter.
I’m even shorter than Merida wtf
FIXED HOW TUMBLR WAS WORKING IN MY BROWSER, HALLELUJAH AMEN
Yeah, but what about being a member of the reporting team?
Kiley asked: Hermione, Ron, Dumbledore
Hermione Granger: What is your favorite book and how many times have you read it?
To Kill a Mockingbird, and I’ve read it twice. I should probably mention that I’ve read the Harry Potter books so many times the bindings on the first four broke, and I’ve read my illustrated The Wonderful Wizard of Oz probably hundreds of times.
Ron Weasley: Something you’re afraid of?
Storms. Storms, storms, storms. I’ve literally had to amend myself when talking to a recruiter that I wasn’t afraid of anything except tornados. I spent my childhood learning as much as I could about weather so I wouldn’t have to be blindly afraid, but all it really did was create new ways for me to rationalize my fear. My dad will tell you it’s too much Wizard of Oz at too young of an age, but really it was the fact that when I was four I came into the living room when he was watching Twister and he said, oh you’ll like this, it’s about tornados just like Dorothy.
Albus Dumbledore: What is the greatest obstacle you’ve overcome in your life?
Hmm. I’m in the process of overcoming some obstacles that are larger than any I’ve ever faced. I’m overcoming my small town background to try to get a job since I wasn’t able to take an unpaid internship somewhere large. I’m going to have to overcome my driving anxiety and get my motherfucking license. But I’ve only really accomplished overcoming myself and learning how not to be a total brat in order to make friends and actually do things instead of just saying I will.
The journalism graduation speech was 8 parts lamentation that the woman wasn’t in college anymore, one part don’t wear chipped nail polish and one part think fast in order to explain your degree or else no one else will care about it.
I feel really cheated out of advice for graduates since all I got was a speech about how we’ll never have friends like this again, but even they will fade into annoying Facebook updates over time.
It’s taken me a lot of floundering and worry to get to this point, but okay. I’m making a decision. I’m going to move across the country. I’m going to make the first truly autonomous decision of my life, and I’m going to go somewhere no one I’m related to lives. I’m going to do it. I’m going to do it, and I’m going to have a life there, and I’m going to have a career there, and it’s going to be fucking awesome. And I’m not exactly sure where “there” is yet, but that’s going to be the fun part. I can go anywhere. I can do anything. I’m actually going to do this.
This is like a bad television promo. It is also, except for one cousin, everyone I’m related to with my last name.
Storms storms storms storms storms