amazing weekend! First, I got to spend it with my dear friend @triciaolicity. She
generously let me stay at her house, which gave us ample more time to talk
about Arrow and our lives as wives & mothers. We are two Irish ladies who love to sit around a kitchen table and share stories. She is such a blessing in my
life. I love you!
Chicago was AWESOME. Seriously great. I tweeted out as much information as I
could, but I do have a few more details that cannot fit in a 144 character limit.
This was my
third convention, not including SDCC. I realize there are so many of you who
would love to go, but may never get the chance to for a variety of reasons. So,
all the goodies I picked up at the convention I will be giving away. It’s
just my small way of trying to bring HVFF to you. The giveaways will start the
week before 5x20 airs. I’ll give away something each week (5x20-5x23). I
thought it’d be a fun way to wrap up the season together.
QuickTypes: Doctor Strange: Christine Palmer [ESFJ]
QuickTypes is a form of rapid-typing when a character is an obvious type, but lacks sufficient screen time to provide detailed analysis.
OFFICIAL TYPING by Charity / the Mod
is the moral center to Stephen’s emotional detachment; she is the calm voice of
reason in the midst of his trials, and she has the emotional depth and
understanding to handle his intense period of depression (Fe). But she’s also
not about to put up with abuse or nonsense; she gives it to him straight when
she tells him to accept what happened, and move on with his life, because in
her personal experience, and with an incredibly detailed medical history to
back it up, his life isn’t going to magically change (Si). She is open to new
experiences (Ne) but does not really in-depth question what is happening when
Stephen turns up, astro-projects out of his body, and opens up a portal in the
hospital broom closet (inferior Ti).
“The foundations of our new government are laid, its cornerstone rests upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery, subordination to the superior race is his natural and moral condition.”
–Alexander Stephens, Vice President of the Confederacy
Don’t tell me that the Confederate flag isn’t racist. Don’t tell me it’s all about southern pride when it represents a treasonous government with an incredibly racist ideology.