I would like to think that I'm a creative person, and someone who thinks off the skew from other people. If I'm honest with myself, however, I'd have to say that I'm dreadfully ordinary. If you tried to sum me up you could say that I live in the cowardly pursuit of the extraordinary, and that it would me so much easier if the extraordinary would hurry up and discover me. I also really like chocolate ice cream.
Skip that frosting, perhaps? An interesting idea though.
That’s not a cake, that’s deceit and a good way to ensure that decades from now, your kids are going to stick your ass in a nursing home. A cheap nursing home where the nurses don’t check to see if anybody is alive.
ive literally been listening to the frozen soundtrack nonstop for the past three days i woke up this morning and basically backflipped out of bed singing 'ALL MY LIFE HAS BEEN A SERIES OF DOORS IN MY FACE CAUSE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FOREVER I LET IT GO LET IT GO I AM ONE WITH THE WIND AND SKY…
"We sat a long time in silence after that. The fire consumed itself. And then I asked the final, awful question. "After I leave you here, will I ever see you again?"
"Probably not. It would not be wise." He lifted my hand and tenderly kissed the sword-callused palm of it, and then held it in both of his. It was his farewell, and I knew it…." - FitzChivalry to the Fool. ‘Fool’s Fate’ by Robin Hobb, p.833.
"My fingers rested on the Fool and myself. I blinked at the memory it presented to me. I stared at it for some time before recognizing it as another of the Fool’s memories. It was what I looked like when he pressed his brow to mine and looked into his eyes. I set it down on the table and the Fool’s mocking smile looked up at me. I smiled back at him and impulsively touched a finger to his brow. I heard his voice then, as if he were in the room. "I have never been wise." - FitzChivalry, examining a memory-stone carving done by the Fool as a parting gift. ‘Fool’s Fate’ by Robin Hobb, p.858.
Damnit Robin Hobb. YOU KNEW. EVEN THEN YOU KNEW!!! I am beyond excited for the the fact you are coming out with another trilogy about Fitz and Fool. Beyond ecstatic.
Icelandic descendants of Vikings singing a hymn in a German train station. They totally need to be on the next Thor soundtrack.
Oh man oh man oh man. 6 guys, and it FILLS THE SPACE. Luck of the architecture - and they know how to pull it off. Nothing is easy making vocal music in a space not built for it. I want to do this kind of thing - randomly perform multipart harmony in public spaces.