Rules: Tell us one favourite character from ten shows and tag ten people
NCIS LA - Marty Deeks
THE 100 - Bellamy Blake
TEEN WOLF - Derek Hale
SHAMELESS - Mickey Milkovich
OUTLANDER - Jamie Fraser
GAME OF THRONES - Daenerys Targaren
REIGN - Francis
ONCE UPON A TIME - David Nolan/ Prince Charming
GOTHAM - Jerome
GOSSIP GIRL - Chuck Bass
I’m not very good at spelling so I apologize for any names that are very much wrongly spelt :/ xx
I apologise that this post is later than normal, I had to go to the hospital so I haven’t had a chance to make this post until now.
Favourite Movie/TV Show
Everything I have seen Toby in has been great to watch but here is my favourite movie that he has been in and my favourite TV show.
The reason I love this movie is because it is a true story (and I love true movies). It is also a crazy story and has the biggest plot twist at the end, I won’t spoil it just incase anyone hasn’t seen it, but if you haven’t it is definitely worth watching.
I would just like to give a massive round of applause to Jamie Blackley (Mark) and Toby Regbo (John) for their performances in this film, they both definitely deserved the awards for ‘Best Performance in a British Feature Film‘ at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
TV Show: Reign
This has to be one of my all time favourite shows (even though it is causing me so much pain to watch at the moment). Toby’s outstanding, incredible performances in all 37 episodes that he has been in so far just make the show that much better and he is a pleasure to watch. He is the perfect Francis, but i swear that boy can do anything, he is so clever at getting us to feel different emotions along with Francis, when Francis is in pain we feel it too and when he is happy we are ecstatic, not everyone can do this, he is extremely talented.
Wavel Refugee Camp, Lebanon–Oct. 1, 2013– Mercy corps staff, including psychologist Fatima Hamie, work and play with Palestinian children who are refugees from Syria at Wavel Refugee Camp near Baalbeck, Lebanon. Mercy corps has worked in Lebanon since 1995 and operate this children’s psycho-social program for kids in conjunction with The Aljalil Center inside the former French Army barracks that has been a refugee camp for Palestinians since 1948. When the Syrian civil war started, Wavel again took in new refugees. Photo by Jamie Francis/The Oregonian
Steens Mountain, Oregon–August 8, 2013– Lightning strikes the east side of the Alvord Desert on Thursday, Aug. 8th. The storm formed around The Pueblo Mountains and moved rapidly over the edge of the desert delivering amazing lightning bolts, rumbling thunder and even rain. The desert, which lies within a rain shadow created by the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges, as well the adjacent Steens Mountain, receives as little as five inches of rain a year. Photo by Jamie Francis/The Oregonian
Mghar, Lebanon–Oct. 3, 2013– Twenty-one Syrian families are living in tents in the tiny village of Mghar, in south Lebanon. There are over 60 kids living in the camp, none of them in school and most of them with open sores on their hands, arms and legs. Raw sewage spills into the compound from toilets the families use inside their tents. The one bright spot for them Thursday was when the ice cream man rode up on his motorcycle. Photo by Jamie Francis/The Oregonian
Portland, Oregon–April 14, 2013– Yangsi Rinpoche, president and professor of Buddhist studies at Maitripa College in Southeast Portland, leads a meditation class recently inside the Jokhang Meditation Hall at the college. Part of the meditation class includes a clockwise walk around the meditation room, sometimes walking very slowly. Maitripa College, the first and only Tibetan Buddhist college in the Pacific Northwest, will host the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, in Portland for an environmental summit May 9-11, 2013. Photo by Jamie Francis/The Oregonian