Things you need to know about me: I'm Kathryn and I am always hungry. I have a problem with composers who died before I was born.I will probably mother you. I'm the third Fletcher sibling.I sing a lot. Fra Fee shared a drink with me. I like food and musicals and boats.
"Call 1-800-steemer. Stanley Steemer gets carpets cleaner!"
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So in honor of it FINALLY being october
(no idea where the gifs came from tell me and ill happily add credit)
Halloween just wouldn’t be the same without Tim Burton
(From top to bottom: Beetlejuice, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Corpse Bride, Alice in Wonderland, Sleepy Hollow, Edward Scissorhands, Sweeny Todd, Dark Shadows, Frankenweenie)
here’s a dating tip
if your partner suffers social anxiety or is an introvert, do not force them to go out on a date or hang out with you. more than likely, being alone relaxes their anxiety and recharges their energy. so respect that. and don’t bug them about it or take it personally. you’ll make their anxiety worse or just end up making them feel guilty as shit.
this goes for friends too. don’t do that to your friends.Someone finally said it
Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.
<3 aw this made me tear up :’)
Let me tell you a story about my Uncle Billy. He was born with cerebral palsy during a time where not much was known about it. His mum was told that he probably wouldnt live long. Though bright, he went to a school for people with severe disabilities. When he got older, people started to see how clever he was. Though he had no use in his hands, he was handy with art and painted using a band around his head to hold the brush. He went to university and became a lecturer there in art. He is now in his sixties, comfortably retired and spends his days drawing, writing poetry and terrorising disrespectful kids in his electric chair. This story really reminds me of him and it’s so heartwarming to see that people with a disability being recognised for the talents that they have, rather than being written off.
it’s all fun and games until act 2
Quotes from the Harry Potter Books [28/50]