you are all shattering my heart into tiny Swedish immigrant apologist pieces
IS KIRSTEN THE LENA (FROM SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS OBVS) OF THE AMERICAN GIRL DOLLS AND I JUST NEVER REALIZED
also shout out to my other main girls Molly, Felicity, and Kit
The most Only Child Thing I ever did was get an American Girl Doll for Christmas FOUR TIMES
meanwhile prissy as shit Samantha was dragging poor orphan Nellie around
American Girl Dolls are something I feel very strongly about
HER BEST FRIEND DIED ON THE BOAT TO AMERICA YOU GUYS BUT SHE FOUND THE STRENGTH TO BE BRAVE AND MAKE A NEW LIFE FOR HERSELF ANYWAY
also Carly and Janine tried to tell me that Kirsten is one of the most boring American Girl dolls AND THAT IS JUST A STRAIGHT UP LIE
in which freema agyeman continues to play characters that break the mold for what people think women should be
in which freema agyeman continues to be a complete inspiration
Last night, three or four of us got into a fight about whether a boy at the party looked like Sebastian from The Carrie Diaries. We’re 22, AND THAT SHOW FUCKING RULES
Character development thing.
Plot points on this chart to represent how important these different aspects of a character’s life are to them. By doing that you can help determine what type of things your character deems to be most meaningful in their life, especially compared to others aspects.
A brief explanation of each aspect is below in case you’re confused about the meaning of any.
- Strength: to have physical power and strength
- Sex: to have sexual gratification and satisfaction
- Possessions: to have objects and tangible things
- Health: to have physical health and stability
- Appearance: to have a good external appearance
- Love: to love and be loved, romantically or otherwise
- Appreciation: to be appreciated by others
- Attention: to be paid attention to
- Security: to feel secure emotionally
- Approval: to be approved by others
- Respect: to be respected
- Friendship: to have friends
- Intimacy: to be intimate with a partner or partners
- Belongingness: to feel needed and belonged
- Family: to be on good terms with/have a family
- Inner peace: to be content with themselves
- Purpose: to feel as though they are fulfilling a purpose
- Self-sufficiency: to feel that they are able to provide for themselves
- Growth: to feel as though they are growing and changing
- Acceptance: to be able to accept themselves without consequence
This is an absolutely amazing exercise and I certainly recommend doing it.
I Am What I Am, La Cage Aux Folles
I am what I am — I don’t want praise, I don’t want pity. I bang my own drum: some think it’s noise. I think it’s pretty.
UGH THE POWER OF MUSICAL THEATRE Y’ALL