luke's sister


Happy Mother’s Day!

Im not a Star Wars person but omg Rose is AMAIZING! The one thing that i actually like about Star Wars are the female characters like Padme, Leia, Rey and now Rose! My favorite of all is Jyn Erso but yeah… she´s dead.

Taken from the Reader Letters in Star Wars #24 (Marvel, 1979). 

As I mentioned, we bought a bunch of really old Star Wars comics last weekend. My husband was just reading this issue and he started gleefully reading this letter and response to me.

This feels, uh, kinda like something tumblr might appreciate in these pre-Episode 8 and 9 Times. 😉

Shadowhunters S2E6 recap

I know I skipped the last like four episodes but who cares…. I have no idea of what this is… sorry in advance lol 

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PJO Reminders

-The main trio were all middle-schoolers when the series began

-Reyna used to work for Circe

-Blackbeard is still alive & messing crap up somewhere in the Sea of Monsters

-Reyna has an equally-badass sister

-Luke was technically the hero the whole time

-Artemis inspired Santa Claus

-When the world was being destroyed, Dionysus was busy playing Pac-Man

-Drew went to school with Sadie Kane

-Jason took a stapler to the mouth as a baby

-One of the Big Three kids is related to Adolf Hitler 

-No one likes Octavian

Things I’d rather see than Jinder vs. Brock:

  • Dolph reenacting the entrance of every single WWE superstar in history, no matter how long that takes
  • Aiden English’s one man choir recital marathon
  • Sister Abigail!Bray cut promos on every single person in the building
  • A Hell In A Cell match between Michael Cole and JBL
  • James Ellsworth striptease
  • Daniel Bryan teach Kurt Angle how to discipline his wrestlers for the entirety of Smackdown
  • Another “This Is Your Life” from Alexa
  • Erick Rowan and Luke Harper try to explain their new gimmick in character
  • Literally anything else

I need to know. Is Jace the way he is because of what I did?
                  No. But, returning from death has left him vulnerable. 


Audrey Hepburn in THE NUN’S STORY (‘59) by Kristen Welch 

 May the fourth has become an annual Star Wars holiday, and while I’ll admittedly be celebrating the force tomorrow, I’ll also be celebrating a cinematic icon: Audrey Hepburn. I’m definitely not alone in calling Hepburn my favorite actress, a fact that goes beyond her famous style and has to do with an appreciation of her life and career. In fact, there are a number of films we could recommend to you to watch on her birthday, titles you recognize or perhaps have watched a few—maybe dozen—times. Instead, I would like to recommend a film that is lesser known though arguably one of her best performances: THE NUN’S STORY (1959, available to watch on FilmStruck). The role of Sister Luke would, in fact, remain the role Hepburn felt closest to and the performance she was proudest of. 

Born on May 4, 1929 in Belgium, Hepburn would live through Nazi occupation before making her way to London and eventually, Hollywood. Living through the war was something that stayed with Hepburn for the rest of her life, and it was her experiences as a child that lead her to THE NUN’S STORY ('59). The book by Kathryn Hulme tells a fictionalized account of the real-life Marie Louise Habets, a Belgian nun whose experiences in Africa and, eventually, World War II—in which she was asked to remain neutral and not take sides—would cause her to leave the order. 

Hepburn shines as Sister Luke, showcasing the character’s inner struggle between her religion and what she sees happening in the world; and these small moments and touches that Hepburn brings to the character is captured brilliantly by director Fred Zinnemann. It is less about style and fashion than Hepburn’s other 1950s films (so, no Givenchy here); instead, Hepburn is outfitted in a plain nun’s habit, in which she finds a way to express everything through her eyes. It is a quiet and powerful film, whose final moments will stay with you long after the movie has finished. It remains one of the most personal of Hepburn’s performances, one in which she used her own experiences to inform her character, and the film is all the stronger for it. 

If you’ve seen many of Hepburn’s other performances, I urge you to watch this one, it will likely surprise you while adding more layers to Hepburn’s star image beyond the fashion icon she has become. Given how personal and powerful the story felt for Hepburn, there is no better fitting tribute on her birthday than to watch or revisit this film. It is beautiful, touching and unlike many of Hepburn’s other films. What better way to celebrate her?

While Watching Beauty and the Beast...

Brother: So the song says “Certain as the sun rising in the east”, is that why Belle is put in the East Wing?


Me: I love you guys.


Leia Organa Solo (born Leia Amidala Skywalker) was, at various stages of her life, a politician, revolutionary, and Jedi Knight of the New Jedi Order. The daughter of Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker and Senator Padmé Amidala, Leia was the younger twin sister of Luke Skywalker, and shortly after her birth, she became the adopted daughter of Bail Organ and Queen Breeha of Alderaan, making her a Princess of Alderaan.