this week was so nice!!! lectures will end in two weeks and I’m a little sad and also a little glad :DDD I’m gonna miss some of my teachers :’) I’m so tired of studying but I need to keep going :)) I’m really looking forward to the holidays because my dog is going to live in my apartment for a week while my family is on vacation and it’s gonna be so nice
“Exceptions are made, however, with regards to Taylor Swift. The pop star asked to purchase a sample bag from a Glamour cover shoot in 2012 and was photographed with it all over the world."I will admit that I never charged her,” Fox says. “She beat it to death, so within a year, she had a problem with a piece of the hardware, and she sent it back because she wanted it repair. And I replaced it with another bag because she didn’t want to be without it.” Now Swift owns a Mark Cross purse for each of her fashion personas, from girly to Met Gala goth.“
“I could never understand these phobias about parts of her body. I have already mentioned her feelings about her hair, but she also felt that her ‘paws’, as she called them, were too big and ugly. They were certainly not the exquisite long-nailed appendages of some women, but they were fine actress’s hands which she could use to great effect, and she couldn’t have expected them to be anything else since she did a great deal of heavy gardening work in her various gardens. At other times she would complain about her neck, saying that it was too long, or about her legs, that they were too thick, too fat, too short. All nonsense, in my opinion.” -Angus McBean
Synopsis: Jazz Jennings is one of the youngest and most prominent voices in the national discussion about gender identity. At the age of five, Jazz transitioned to life as a girl, with the support of her parents. A year later, her parents allowed her to share her incredible journey in her first Barbara Walters interview, aired at a time when the public was much less knowledgeable or accepting of the transgender community. This groundbreaking interview was followed over the years by other high-profile interviews, a documentary, the launch of her YouTube channel, a picture book, and her own reality TV series—I Am Jazz—making her one of the most recognizable activists for transgender teens, children, and adults.
In her remarkable memoir, Jazz reflects on these very public experiences and how they have helped shape the mainstream attitude toward the transgender community. But it hasn’t all been easy. Jazz has faced many challenges, bullying, discrimination, and rejection, yet she perseveres as she educates others about her life as a transgender teen. Through it all, her family has been beside her on this journey, standing together against those who don’t understand the true meaning of tolerance and unconditional love. Now Jazz must learn to navigate the physical, social, and emotional upheavals of adolescence—particularly high school—complicated by the unique challenges of being a transgender teen. Making the journey from girl to woman is never easy—especially when you began your life in a boy’s body.
…She gets over it! Surely at a certain point you have to figure out that after Sherlock escapes [he] tells her, “I’m really sorry about that, it was a code, I thought your flat was about to blow up.” And she says, “Oh well that’s okay then, you bastard.” And then they go back to normal, that’s what people do…
Steven Moffat talking about the I Love You scene™
mom had her first radio interview in her native tongue (Cantonese) at
Sing Tao radio today about my upbringing and how she reacted when I told
her that I wanted to go into the arts. She didn’t flinch once and was
so eloquent I might have to bring her to all my interviews. Mama Shum
also gave advice to parents who might be wary of having their kids
pursue the arts. My parents have defied the stereotypes of Asian
parents while staying true to who they are and where they came from.
I’m proud of her and for strutting in like a BOSS after just having a
total knee replacement surgery 2 weeks ago. #ProudSon#ShesReadyForHerMovieRole#SlowDownMom#Maybe
Part Of: @roxy-davenport Lexi’s Birthday Challenge
Prompt: 9. Mine is bigger
Movie: Skeleton key
Pairing: Demon Cas x Reader
Warnings: language, mild violence
Y/n was a caregiver to the elderly and she was working at an assisted living facility, she got burnt out, it felt like they were treated like throw away people. She decided to leave, she started taking interviews for caregiver at someone’s home. She had her first interview at a house that was way out in the boonies, she drove her piece of shit car all the way there. She got to the home and she looked at the decrepit old house, it was falling apart, the weeds and plants were badly over grown. She got a bad feeling about the house but she needed the job so she knocked on the door. A handsome man answered the door, “hello, you must be Y/n, I’m Castiel” he said. The first thought she had was run, but she could take care of herself. “Yes, I’m Y/n, but was there a mistake, the client’s name is Castiel” she said. “Yes, I’m very sorry for for the confusion, I’m your client, I have MS and I don’t get around as well much as well as I used to, I need help around the house and I requested a woman because men don’t usually don’t like me” he said. “Okay I see, so what kind of things do you need help with, I’m a nurse and I usually do medical care, but I really need a job so let’s see if we can work something out” she said. “I need someone to be my new vestle” he said his bright blue eyes were replaced with black eyes. “Ahhhh” she screamed and ran as fast as she could towards the door, she got to it and it wouldn’t budge. She turned and ran upstairs careful not to drop her bag, she ran, the only open door went to the attic. She closed the door, she was in the stairwell to the attic. She wanted to go down not up she wanted to get the fuck out of that house and away from what she thought was a demon or devil or something. She opened her bag and took out a book, she opened the book to the page with binding evil. She pulled a bag of ingredients out of her bag, he started to bang on the door. She put the ingredients in her hand and mashed them, he blew the door off its hinges. She screamed and blew the powder in his face and pushed him in the stairwell. She drew a chalk line in front of the doorway, she poured powder out of a baggie. She recited an incantation in French that hurt the demon, “you don’t have the strength to banish me” the demon said, “mine is bigger than yours” she said. “You have two choices you evil son of a bitch, leave this man’s body or I bind you to this stairwell forever” she said. A few minutes later a mass of black smoke left his mouth, the man looked up her with sad eyes. “Thank you, that thing took me over, I couldn’t move, I watched it make me do horrible things” he said. “Are you really Castiel and you really have ms” she asked, “yes I really am looking for someone to help me around here, with well stuff like this I can’t get myself up off the floor” Castiel said. She cleared the line of chalk and powder and she bent down and helped him up. “So Castiel, if you still want someone help to help you I’d still like the job” she said. “Yes, you have it, that thing tried to kill you and you still stayed to help me, I definitely trust you Y/n” he said. She helped him out of the stairwell and down the stairs and they decided what all she’d help him with. “How did you know how to get rid of it” he said, “I grew up in New Orleans and my grandma is a voodoo priestess and she taught me”. “Isn’t that evil” he said as he tensed up, “no, but a lot of people think it is, it’s a religion and my grandma taught me to use it to help people” she said. “Oh that’s great, is there anything you can do to help me” he said, “yes there are many things I can do, none of it will cure you, but it will help you live a better life” she said. “Before I do anything else I’m going to set some protection lines and I’m doing a cleansing ritual to block out evil and protect you and I” she said. “Thank you for doing all this for me Y/n” Cas said, “you’re welcome Castiel” she said.