Wil, 20, French. Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey, American Horror Story, Battlestar Galactica, Literature, England. Enjoy~ ♥
I don’t think Lin would’ve been able to tell Tenzin liked her if it smacked her right in the face…
Anna Chancellor as Lady AnstrutherThat’s the advantage of an older husband. One gets an earlier release.
Essie Davis as Phryne Fisher in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (TV Series, 2012).
LINZIN SKETCH <3
Thanks for tagging me, mdme-butterfly! ♥ You’re the loveliest.
That’s a very tough opening question. It’s probably not the most important event in my life, but this one deeply marked me, so I want to share it. A couple years ago, one of my favourite teachers passed away from aneurysm, out of the blue. She was really young and one of the strongest, kindest, loveliest, most inspirational women I have ever met, so it really scarred me. But in some way, it also made me realise that I should always strive to always be kind, attentive and helpful to others, like she’d been her whole life, because it really does make a difference. I like to think that it’s my own way of perpetrating her legacy- and that if there’s any chance she still watches me from afar, she would be proud of me.
Good one! I want to say Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, because that’s usually the one I think of, but I think I would actually pick Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, or Wicked, or maybe Acide Sulfurique by Amélie Nothomb.
Hogwarts all the way! I never quite caught on with the whole Narnia universe, and albeit I admittedly love Middle Earth, the scholar in me really craves for sorcery lessons, Hogwarts and whatnot.
I actually always had this fantasy of being remembered after my passing for something good I’d have done. I think I fancy the idea of having written a couple successful books, truly. And, more generally, just having made people I love happy, even just a little.
I don’t like them. I try to avoid them as much as possible, and my reaction when I don’t can go from feeling uneasy and pissed to being sick or fainting, especially when it’s hot.
That’s probably far less unpopular than I think, but at the moment, and save from the many amazing friendships I’ve tied through this website, I dislike Tumblr quite heavily. I find the environment nasty, aggressive and harmful at best, and seriously consider deleting my account quite soon. But I need to find a way to keep in touch with the wonderful people I met here first and foremost.
Sort of! It’s getting better with time, but I still have room for improvement.
At first I wanted to be a teacher -as I do now, actually- but I went through many phases. Mainly, I wanted to be an actress, a theatre producer, a cook, a critic, a journalist, a publisher and even, for a short while, a doctor.
Let’s be cliché, shall we? Art. Seriously. I love the concept of creation serving no other purpose than creating entertainment, beauty, thinking and pleasure.
I do strive to always be spontaneously kind and attentive, and people seem to appreciate that about me. Just knowing I make people feel happy delights me. Other than that, I’m quite satisfied with where my life is headed so far.
Far more often than most people, it seems. It used to be an exercise in order to look more affable and to feel more optimistic, and now it sort of became a trait. And I quite like it. Especially when people smile back.
Everything on my dash is Downton Abbey and everything hurts because I can’t watch it before tomorrow evening!
*cries and tries her best to stay away from tumblr*