Jillian. 27. Charleston, SC.
Cares far too much about fictional characters and not enough about life.
This blog will be random but here are some things that you will most definitely see: Harry Potter, Doctor Who, The Hunger Games, A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones, Community, Nashville (the television show not the city), The Following, The Walking Dead, Anne Shirley, Friends, The Marvel Universe, Jennifer Lawrence. Not to mention a hodgepodge of movies, television, attractive men and women, and occasional fashion. Check out the "My Fandoms" page for more information.Tweets by @holycityfangirl
Michael Pitt by Craig McDean | Interview Magazine
"What is this place?" —
"The town of Spectre. Best-kept secret in Alabama!"
Big Fish — dir. Tim Burton (2003)
They call him ‘the young wolf’. They say he rides into battle on the back of a giant direwolf. They say he can turn into a wolf himself when he wants. They say he can’t be killed.
Despite my extreme frustration I’m still not pushed so far as to hate Rayna. As I said in my reaction I do understand why she is acting/making the choices she is. These choices are, however, are certainly making me grind my teeth.
I feel like Rayna has not truly cared for Scarlett’s well being since she signed her to Highway 65. In her panic to get the label off the ground she has started to see Scarlett as purely her hope to be successful and has not really taken the time to help her through this crazy process nor has Rayna really gotten to know her as a person.
Then this episode she comes riding in and tries to act like she has issues/is firing Liam for Scarlett’s well being but constantly refers to her as a girl. First, Scarlett is an adult and has had her heart broken before and survived. Second, I felt her concerns had little to nothing to do with Scarlett’s heart and more to do with her jealously and Highway 65’s bottom line.
Rayna lying to Scarlett was what truly pissed me off. She just had a break down at the end of the last episode about people lying and has frozen out her sister for this action even though Tandy LEGALLY COULD NOT TELL RAYNA ANYTHING! And then she turns around and lies to Scarlett about Liam leaving.
Rayna is a great character but extremely sanctimonious. This leads to some hypocritical moments. Her intolerance for lies from others is one of those subjects that Rayna will always feel justified in doing to others but will not tolerate when it is done to her.
The Last of Us: Left Behind ~ Concept Artworks
"What does the chef recommend?"
"Sir, this is a mcdonalds"
Favorite Episodes of The Office: The Fire (2x04)"Joe McCarthy, Richard Nixon, Studebaker, Television, North Korea, South Korea, Marilyn Monroe…RYAN STARTED THE FIRE!"
This is the best line in almost any TV series ever but you really only understand the enormity and profundity of it if you are familiar with the whole show’s mythology and it’s just so beautiful and I cried and I was in the bath.
You have a pretty dog
Aww, thank you! She’s a spaniel/retriever/probably other things because we got her from a shelter.
My dog has a problem with my night blogging.