skim girl

Here’s Ed in a dress.

FUN FACT: up until about the 40s or 50s, pink was a boy’s color, since it was thought of as a diluted red. Blue was for girls, because Virgin Mary was oft depicted in a soft blue shawl.

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ADDICTED FOR 15 DAYS // day-09: a movie tv poster graphic style

(a Daisy Calloway Meadows version)

“My name is Daisy.” My eyes land on Ryke as I strongly say, “and I have this theory.” My smile stretches wide as soon as his rises.

I am the biographer of my own life

And no one can take that away from me

She’d had a falling-star dome once, she remembered. Most of her childhood was vague and shadowy, but she distinctly remembered the trouble she’s gotten into when she’d broken open the dome to find out what made the falling stars streaks when it was shaken.
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Star Wars: Choices of One

I’m charmed by this description of destructively curious baby Mara breaking open her snow globe to figure out how it works. It’s unclear whether this happened pre- or post- being kidnapped by the Emperor.  It’s a nice little character note, and we don’t get a ton of personal details like this in the books.