"We’re not saying you can change them,
'cause people don't really change.”
…and then there’s Phillip.
so much sass
when you realize how much Sherlock tried to impress John the first time they met….
Everyone underestimates Effie. She has the job of picking a child to die. The slightest movement if her hand, if she moved it to the right a little, a different child dies. She knows that in choosing between two slips, they could easily both be the death card for the same kid. If a child is starving and on the verge of death, they’re only further putting themselves at risk of dying. And she carries this burden.
And in catching fire, she knows that she’s drawing the names of two children she really saw hope for, after sentencing their deaths the previous year.
This is what I call pressing writing. Thank you Suzanne Collins.
we don’t talk about Effie enough and I think we should
not getting a whole lot of thranduil in the last two movies had better mean that we’re getting a lot of him in the third one
The Time of the Doctor: Preview Clip Two [x]
my iPod after I take a selfie
“Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book.” -The Fault in our Stars
I was so hyped and excited seeing this on the big screen! Especially when the poster was revealed. This book meant a lot to me, and I know to a lot of people too. And it’s just so nice seeing the characters brought into real life, even though (I know) they’re still just posters. Ugh. I tend to get really emotional, really, because of this book. Okay. Okay. Nuff said. Hope you enjoy the artwork! (Did it to pull out the urge out of my system)