i wish that more people would take a page out of miyazaki’s book and actually learn how to deliver a pro-environmental message without coming across as annoyingly preachy or anti-technology and progress
check please ice princess au where bitty is the inexperienced figure skater whose parents want him to focus on opening up a bakery and and kent is the mean figure skater who tries to sabotage him and jack is the zamboni driver who woos him. literal zimmboni.
“Who are you?” Phichit hisses in awe, watching the strange silver-haired pirate pick up his rapier and come to a perfect resting position, arms folded about himself more like a dancer than a fencer, blue eyes sparking with mirth and the exhilaration of the fight through his black mask.
“Nobody of consequence,” the pirate chuckles, flicking hair like purest moonlight out of his eyes.
“I must know why you’re following us,” Phichit insists, forgetting himself for a moment–forgetting that he is in the middle of a fight to the death with this man, and for a moment just considering him the enigma that he clearly is.
“Get used to disappointment,” replies the pirate, and raises his rapier for another strike.
It’s been about year and I’m still not completely used to having a child around the house. The worst pain in the world is walking through your house barefoot and stepping on a Lego. Why is something that’s so fun to play with, so damn painful when you step on it!? And, laying on a Barbie when you try to go to sleep is not the greatest thing either. I’m sorry Barbie, but you don’t get my motor running, please stay out of my bed. The best part of it though, is the endless ice cream sundaes, princess movies and a four year old asking to paint my nails or play tag.