I went to see Harry Potter
for the third time today. By myself. Don’t judge me.
Do I want to be at school today?
On Monday, when I go back to school, I'll be like
O Children: The beginning of the end
A playlist I built around O Children, which was featured prominently in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1. I’m not sure how some of these songs ended up on there, but if it felt right, I went with it. I suppose they very loosely follow the narrative of the story, too. (If we’re facebook friends, I’ve supplied a download link. Shhh.) Tracklist: 1. Obliviate - HP7...
working on a playlist worked around “O Children” by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds. One guess as to why. This is hard.
An unabashed love letter to Ginny Weasley
From: http://feministing.com/2010/11/22/an-unabashed-love-letter-to-ginny-weasley/. I’ve always loved Ginny in the books, but the films gave her about zero personality. I’ll let you guess which bit of the letter is my favorite. Dear Ginny, Last week the first installment of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows came out, and that’s given me an opportunity to think even more than...
J. K. Rowling is a witch who was hired by the...
senseoftouch: mcsatan: flyingthestral: This seems plausible. It does. I knew it.
goddamnpotterhead: k-haosprinz: This song...
Benevolent bad-assery. It’s what’s for dinner.– Libba Bray
Farewell happy Fields Where Joy for ever dwells: Hail horrors, hail Infernal...– John Milton, Paradise Lost Book I
Me, when I first wake up.
happinessdestroysyou: I’ve been sitting here looking at this for way too long.
I don’t believe in sucking your way to the top. Fingers crossed...– Jenny and Johnny