I sometimes forget that Maglor and Maehdros are infact,
related to Elros and Elrond. I don’t know how exactly, it will make my head
hurt. Needless to say, they are actually family and it’s a bit more
heartwarming to know that in the end they were still taken in and cared for by
their blood family. Meaning that they could still be taught some of the traditions and customs of the Noldor, that they may have lost if pure outsiders took them in.
Well i just found out my Birthday tomorrow is pretty much lame,
Like i mentioned in an earlier post a couple days ago my bday is always some nonsense.
I just found out im spending my bday alone because my whole family is throwing up!
And honestly i care more about them getting well than i do my birthday! Whatevs right tumblr peeps?!
I dont know why i felt the need to post that rant?
I guess i post everything on here really.
Take it easy this weekend fam!
Thanx for all the follows!
All thirty one thousand plus of you,i have nothin but respect for my art and metal family on here!
Love all yall!
I don’t think this exists yet but I didn’t look that hard so if it does I’m sorry. Based on a comment someone made on my last drawing about Yuuri and Victor just adopting the entire cast (the cute cast members anyway). Probs going to be a series!
“This family. What can I say. What an honor to have photographed them for eight years. A couple of months ago, the Social Office came to me and said they were thinking of using a family photo for this year’s White House holiday card. So I thought of Justin Trudeau. I know you’re wondering what the heck I’m talking about. Earlier this year we hosted the Canadian Prime Minister for a formal State Dinner. Malia and Sasha attended as guests. Before the dinner, I did a family photo in the White House residence. But later, when the Trudeaus arrived, the two families spent some time on the Truman Balcony with their respective delegations. At one point, the Prime Minister asked if we could do a photo of he and his wife with the Obama family. Click, click, click. Then, he said I should do a photo of just the Obamas. I could have said, ‘Sir, we already did one before you arrived.’ But instead, I clicked off a few quick frames. And lo and behold, it was this picture that Justin Trudeau asked me to take which everyone loved as the choice for the 2016 White House holiday card.” —Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza