THEY ARE ALL OKAY. And all those things could exist in THE SAME WOMAN.
Women shouldn’t be valued because we are strong, or kick-ass, but
because we are people. So don’t focus on writing characters who are
strong. Write characters who are people.
It’s been weeks since they announced cs was getting married and I still cannot believe this is really happening. I’m super excited and happy but at the same time, I keep thinking this is all a dream? SOUNDS SO DRAMATIC BUT THIS IS EXACTLY HOW I FEEL. We’ve been waiting for YEARS and now that they’re really getting married in three days I STILL CAN’T FUCKING BELIEVE IT! Help.
Emma: She drop the L word when she was looking at you while you were making her breakfast. You were using one of her shirts, your hair was a mess, and you were still a little bit asleep, a yawn was escaping from your mouth, and Emma couldn’t stop thinking how much she care about you, how damn cute you were with one of her shirts, and that she didn’t want to be anywhere else but here, with you. It hit her, she couldn’t leave without you. You were the first person that made her feel like this. She blurts it out. You hand her the plate full of pancakes and kiss her, whispering a sweet “I love you too Emma”. She couldn’t stop smiling the whole day.
The Mariinsky Theatre is a historic theatre of Opera and Ballet in St Petersburg. Opened in 1860, the Mariinsky Theatre (renamed the Kirov Theatre during the Soviet period) is one off the most famous theatres in the world, with many famous composers, ballets/ dancers and operas/singers premiering here. Including the works of Tchaikovsky, the ballets Swan Lake and the Nutcracker and many of the world’s most important dancers, for example Anna Pavlova, Vaslav Nijinsky, Galina Ulanova, Rudolf Nureyev, Natalia Makarova and many more. The theatre is currently home to the Mariinsky Ballet, the Mariinsky Opera, and the Mariinsky Orchestra. A second stage was recently completed to add to the original theatre and the 2007 Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall.