county-girl

possible experiments we will see in stranger things s3?

we already know kali obviously, a girl from london, who had gone missing and was being kept along with eleven/jane hopper in hawkins lab

but uh…. i was rewatching and realized there were so much more

unnamed boy from memphis, tennessee

unnamed mother and daughter from pawtucket, rhode island

unnamed boy from an unknown county hospital 

an unnamed girl from an unnamed area

an unnamed teenage girl from cleveland, ohio

and here’s me

order / chaos - showtunes about sticking to the rules and descending into discord

around here - 9 to 5 // the speed test - thoroughly modern millie // practically perfect - mary poppins // could you? - little women // the hammer - matilda // like other girls - daddy long legs // don’t break the rules - catch me if you can // learn your lessons well - godspell // spooky mormon hell dream - the book of mormon // pandemonium - the 25th annual putnam county spelling bee // dead girl walking (reprise) - heathers: the musical // why are all these heads off? - lizzie // the destruction - carrie // the world was wide enough - hamilton // totally fucked - spring awakening //

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Femslash February 2015: Lily and Snow Flower

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan (Wayne Wayne, 2011)

Based on the novel by Lisa See

In nineteenth-century China, in a remote Hunan county, a girl named Lily, at the tender age of seven, is paired with a laotong, an “old same,” in an emotional match that will last a lifetime. The laotong, Snow Flower, introduces herself by sending Lily a silk fan on which she’s written a poem in nu shu, a unique language that Chinese women created in order to communicate in secret, away from the influence of men. As the years pass, Lily and Snow Flower send messages on the fan and compose stories on handkerchiefs, reaching out of isolation to share their hopes, dreams, and accomplishments. Together they endure the agony of footbinding and reflect upon their arranged marriages, their loneliness, and the joys and tragedies of motherhood. The two find solace in their friendship, developing a bond that keeps their spirits alive. But when a misunderstanding arises, their relationship suddenly threatens to tear apart.