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Serena: "Look at all the pretty trees.... it's wonderful to see this town have them. They're wonderful, aren't they? ...Oh, sorry! My name is ♪Serena!♪ I hope you don't mind my intrusion, I come from Woodland and I am Woodland's Guardian. I'm just here to check up on the trees, please don't mind me." The ten year-old mayor from Woodland curtsied before the older humans. (askaforesttown)

Kacey: Woodland Guardian!? Do you have powers!? That’s so cool! What do you know about the forest!? Are our trees okay!? What can I do better?!

Sunny: Whoa, Kacey, chill out with the questions! Give her some time to answer them all!

Kacey: I’m sorry! I can’t contain my excitement! An actual GUARDIAN is here! Aren’t you excited!?

Sunny: Yeah, it is kinda exciting! Nice to see ya here, guardian person! The name’s Sunny!

Miranda: Kacey can be as excited as she wants… I’m Miranda, Kacey’s best friend. What do you do as guardian…? It sounds interesting.

Brandy: Um… I’m sorry, but there’s no such thing as a guardian of any kind. Are you trying to scam us…?

Sunny: She’s like nine, why would she scam us?

Brandy: Because, there’s no such thing. I’ve never heard of it. But… I guess she is young, maybe she wants to play with us. Hi there, little girl! I’m Brandy!

Kacey: She’s not a fake! I believe in her! 

Miranda: Yeah, let’s hear her out…

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Nine Worlds 2016 (plus Harry Potter and In the Heights)

This years Nine Worlds felt rather strange to me because I wasn’t there for the whole convention but the weekend as a whole was one of the best weekends of my life.

After last year, when I decided to attend last minute, I planned to make a long weekend of it and book a bed in a nearby hostel for 4 nights. This turned out to be a fantastic decision as I found that I was sharing a room with 7 other people attending the convention. It was like a geeky summer camp! They were all really friendly and I made some new friends that I hope I will see at other conventions in the future.

On the Thursday night I was invited to come along to an event called Fantasy in the Court by my friend, Mike, who was one of the authors attending. I didn’t really know what to expect and found myself at something resembling a networking event for writers and publishers. I felt very out of place, clutching a Dragon Mouse toy and talking to people in publishing, but I did have a good evening. It was really interesting to peak behind the veil of the publishing industry. And they liked Dragon Mouse.

Friday was the first day of the convention and I arrived early to register and get my badge. The first talk I attended was an art history talk about Monsters which turned out to be very interesting and entertaining. The speaker was an artist, so he talked bout how he felt about different depictions of monsters in art, not all of them favorably, and spoke about how as an artist he can use his research much more freely than if her were a historian. It was very interesting and gave me lots of think about in regards to my own work. I left feeling very inspired to create some new books.

That afternoon I had a table in the Pop Up Market in the Expo Hall. I was really nervous that no one would come down because I was only there for one afternoon or that people wouldn’t buy my stuff. But I was astonished by how well I did and how many people liked my work. I mean, I love what I make, but it always takes me by surprise when other people do and are willing to spend money on it. I would like to thank everyone who came by and said hello. I really enjoyed meeting everyone and hope to see you all again sometime. (And thank you to Kat for taking a picture because I forgot to get one)

In the evening I was able to catch a good comics panel simply titled “The Good Stuff” which left me with a long reading list of books to look for and then I called it a night.

On Saturday morning I was chatting to some people from my hostel and one of their friends and this led to us having a quick game of the Fan Fiction game which was a lot of fun and then I headed to a panel on the representation of immigrants. Unfortunately the panel wasn’t as diverse as it needed to be, with all the panelists being white or white passing. This was addressed during the session but the criticism wasn’t handled well by some of the panelists. Hopefully this is something which will be addressed and corrected in the future, especially as Nine Worlds aims to be an inclusive convention. This panel was not.

I attended two very interesting academic talks about non-binary gender, one regarding “The Left Hand of Darkness” and one about the goddess Athena but unfortunately I had to sneak out of that one early, although I would have loved to stay.

Why did I need to leave? Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! Yes, my friend Rosie had a spare ticket and had offered it to me. I think that is good enough reason to miss the main day of Nine Worlds. I wont say much more here other than it was amazing. You can click here for my full review.

I got back to Hammersmith thoroughly exhausted at about 11pm and decided it would be a great idea to head to the disco where Mike was DJing and rave to “We’re taking the hobbits to Isangard”. Yes, it was the correct decision. I crashed into bed after a much needed shower at 3am.

I some how managed to make a session on Historical Headcannon at 9am on Sunday which was fun. I then went to a very interesting and well presented table about The Winter Soldier and how PTSD is presented in the MCU and explored further in fan works. Of course I had to attend the panel on Theatre as Transformative Works which was a lot of fun, considering how much theatre is at his heart transformative. I did some shopping, spending more money than I probably should have and finished with a talk about diversity in Fantasy which talked about how the genre had progressed and continues to though it is a long game. 

By this point I was running on 4 hours sleep and very little food but was invited to sit with some people I had met at a con earlier this year and their friends in the bar. They even bought food for me because I looked that dead. I spent a lovely evening with them talking about nerdy stuff and crazy fan fiction. It was a lovely end to the convention and as always I was sad for it to be over. But it wasn’t quite the end of my weekend. 

On Monday I said bye to the last of my room mates and headed into the centre of London. I managed to go to the House of Minalima which I hadn’t had a change to see on Saturday. It’s a pop up exhibition and shop behind the theatre where the Harry Potter play is being performed showing lots of the design work from the movies. It’s great seeing how much detail was put into every design, even if you don’t see it in the movies. But the shop is really expensive! Then I went across to the V&A’s childhood museum to see the original Clangers. I think my favorite thing was seeing the camera that was used which had been modified using Mechano to run at the right speed.

I then met up with a uni friend. We went to Nandos and then went to see In the Heights which was really good. The Kings Cross theatre is a temporary theatre built on a disused railway track so that was cool and it meant there was enough room for me to take my luggage in. I really enjoyed the show. It’s famous for being a story about immigrants which shows them as normal people, running small businesses, supporting their children, trying to make their way in the world. This shouldn’t be revolutionary but it is very much needed. It is unapologetically bi-lingual and blends lots of different music styles together to create the atmosphere of Washington Heights New York. It was a great end to a fantastic weekend.

Tuesday I headed home and to bed.

anonymous asked:

Oops I was the anon that said why u bitch about Miranda when I meant ---why do people bitch about Miranda on your blog when you have respectful of Miranda even though you don't follow blindly.

Haha yea I figured that’s what you meant but I never know 😂 I don’t know why people complain all the time… Like I literally try to defend Miranda so much and all I get is “why do you never post about Miranda?”
I mean for petes sake just go to another blog!

anonymous asked:

I don't know why u bitch on your blog about Miranda. You have always tried to defend her yet be true to your opinions. Respect. U can be a fan without being blind or bias.

I have no idea if this comment is positive or negative 😂 So either thank you, or screw you.
I am a fan of Miranda (and Blake) but I’m not going to sit here and tell you that I idolize them or that I think they’re perfect. That’s just not how I work. I’m a fan, and I like them, but I also know they’re just humans.

anonymous asked:

Why did the Miranda blog deactivate? They were so updated and Jon commentary. :( do j know if they like moved to another platform?

I don’t know… I just realized that they deactivated. I’m kind of upset.

I’ll be moving Miranda to another blog since I love her character. Fat Maizono will exist on her own blog.

Leliana is already on my multimuse. I don’t know what to do with Elra

Hearing Miranda talk about herself is heartbreaking.

Knowing that she was genetically engineered has obviously made quite an impact on her self esteem.

How much of what she’s capable of is thanks to her father’s genetic alterations and how much are her own? When she achieves something, can she truly call it her own when she owed so much to him?

At the same time, knowing that she had been made by her father to facilitate his dynasty, to be his living legacy couldn’t have been good for her mental health either. Who could be happy knowing that their parent only sees them as an investment, no, a tool rather a person in their own right?

Yet still she persevered. Even knowing what kind of man her father is, she facilitated not only her own escape, but also Oriana’s and made sure she has the life that she hadn’t been able to.

Miranda is so strong, in so many ways.

This isn’t my first time going through this game, but it is my first time truly appreciating what she’s gone through and how much she’s been through. I have a new appreciation for her, even though I’ve always liked her to begin with.

Now I want to make a male Shepard just to romance her in the second game.

So, since people have been following me lately I just wanted to say, “Hey!” Welcome to the world of me. Uhm, if you choose to stick around you will be applauded because this blog is basically just all my thoughts and obsessions thrown around together until they make a giant salad. Anyway, I love Jesus, am obsessed with Hamilton, and you’ll see a lot of Lin-Manuel Miranda on my blog. So, buckle up and don’t be afraid to jump out of the car if I start to annoy you! Thanks for following! (Oh, and if you have any questions for me feel free to send me a message!)

anonymous asked:

can you please recommend some blogs that post updates on lin?

kind of insulted tbh…. ? i mean you can find out things from his and his dad’s twitter (@vegalteno), twitter in general, google, @thefederalistfreestyle, sometimes linmiranda.com. and……. here. afaik. being first with lin news isn’t my very top priority (that would be contextualizing and archiving material about him) but it’s way up there. you’ll see stuff first on other blogs sometimes, especially because i might be committed to a certain series of themed posts for several hours, or, you know, asleep or out and about. but i’m not aware of another blog as comprehensive or thorough about new or old stuff.

thanks always to @stickmarionette and new tipster friend @pancaspe for many heads up and leads, leaving me more time to blog it all. i know i don’t have a sidebar but if you’re curious about something i posted about–like, lin’s tweet i posted today about writing on moana being finished (lyrics were done a few weeks ago)–you can check the tags on it for background and other recent news. i tag pretty thoroughly and consistently. i’m also here to answer questions. is there anything specific you’re wondering about rn?

eta also there’s @dailylmm for lin stuff!

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emmasbutt, joneskillian, piratesails

emmasbutt: 

Do they follow me: Yes | No

Do I follow them: Yes | No | Now (ALWAYS)

What I think about their blog: Miranda makes gorgeous gifs and has a lovely way with words. Like holy crap. She’s a dear sweet nugget that I am so lucky to be following. She makes this fandom a prettier place. :) 

joneskillian:

Do they follow me: Yes | No

Do I follow them: Yes | No | Now (ALWAYS)

What I think about their blog: Angelique is a sweetheart. She is super talented and she is such a blessing. 

piratesails: 

Do they follow me: Yes | No

Do I follow them: Yes | No | Now (ALWAYS)

What I think about their blog: Amy is a dear sweet nugget. She’s so talented and I always freak a little when I see she liked something of mine. I’m so lucky to be following her! 

Send me a blog and I’ll tell you….

blacklist katie spreads love if you don’t want to see.

@emmasbutt  , @joneskillian   , @piratesails