i can't with decisions


「天ノ弱」~Heaven’s Weakness (A Pining!Langst Animatic)

Music & Lyrics: 164 (sm14583646)
Cover: Shinshakaijin & Wing (sm18605852)
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(TW: some scenes may be seen as pseudo injury/bleeding. Also, angst.)

It’s my first time to try making an animatic, and behold it ends up being (k)langst. Wing’s piano cover of this song always destroys me whenever I hear it, and to me it’s one of the ultimate heartwrenching songs. I wish I had the time and skill to put the translated lyrics on the video as well because they make me just (つ﹏<)・゚。 (The VLD and Klance angst weeks are still days away but look at what I’m doing…speaking of Klangst week do they accept entries for day 1 this early?)

I will greatly appreciate any constructive comments or feedback! (I’m still a beginner so I know there’s a lot of mistakes and ahskdsd things I’m so sorry I will now go to a corner and mull over my life choices.)

anonymous asked:

No offense?? But was I the only one who felt betrayed by the first episode when lance was portrayed as the decoy protagonist? I just can't help but question that set up, the active decision to build him up and toss him to the side for 2 seasons

decoy protagonist………… bitch you put it in words

But that’s just how it is, that’s how life works. You don’t get to have the best of both worlds. You have to determine what’s important. You have to choose what takes priority in your life, and if you don’t then the decision is made for you.
—  Something I’m learning @amey-winehouse
I wonder if you ever felt like I abandoned you….  
If you ever thought I should have fought for you…

The truth of it is I never left.  
I’m still here.  
And I do fight for you - every single day.   
Not to win you…. not to trap you or cage you…  
But for your happiness.

I wage war on myself day in and day out for you.  
Tearing strips off myself, swallowing hatred and tears….  
So if you hate me because I abandoned you…. don’t worry…  
….. I hate myself for it too…
—  Ranata Suzuki

170320 x daily dose of day6 


and it’s the s w e e t e s t  bloody thing

Bad Parenting Move: Take 1

My hubs is in Peru for a week, and I’m a baby when he travels for work. I get moody, pouty, all the other terrible lonely adjectives. I decided to watch my go to “Hubs is gone and I need distraction in the form of eye candy and music” movie I have. MOULIN ROUGE. In what is, quite possibly a poor decision on my part, my 9 year old daughter is in the room snuggled against me. The look of complete adoration on her face every time Ewan McGregor sings, appears on screen, directs his perfect blue eyes at the camera….anything really…. *dreamy sigh* Me, too kid. Me, too.

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anon-foreverandever  asked:

Whenever I read how Viserys had to sell his mother's crown... I can't but think on a little boy (ten years old or so) already hard to grasp reality in full sat on a rock (they're very poor and even homeless) beholding the crown in both his hands before coming to the decision of selling it. I can't be helped but to remember Arya remembering herself how Needle was all her past: The people of Winterfell, Mikken's forging, Bran's climbing, Sansa and Jeyne's running, etc etc.

Viserys is to a large degree a deconstruction of the image of the romantic exile prince. (My favorite example is how his clothes, appropriate for the King on the Iron Throne, prove utterly unsuitable for the Dothraki Sea.) Accordingly, yeah, there are a lot of sympathetic notes in his backstory. So many characters in ASOIAF go through a fall-into-knowledge wherein they learn that life is not automatically (gotta stress that word) a song, and GRRM explores a full range of reactions to that revelation. Viserys’ response is among the worst, and he repeatedly crosses the line from “best of a bad situation” to outright atrocious, but not for nothing does GRRM emphasize how delusional, desperate, and ultimately pathetic he is. In contrast to Arya and her siblings, who draw strength from the memory of home, Viserys’ dream of home brought out the absolute worst in him.