Watch the entire “Let It Go” scene from Frozen featuring Idina Menzel performing as Elsa.
i got 99 problems and 97 of them are due by the end of the week
I love everything about this song, and for so many reasons. One of them being how it’s the very moment Frank realizes that he needs and is ready to leave the stage to start living. Which I find beautiful when you know the one portraying him actually needs the exact opposite; lives he doesn’t own, to be on stage and keep on living.
All of my friends know Kate as that girl who takes me on musical adventures this is real life.
Wait… that statement is so true. Same….
Ireland by florescent
For the slightly longer version click below…
#And the chronicle of ‘Legolas’ weird reaction faces’ continues (enjolrastopheles)
I think u mean bitchfaces
Dear Followers, my friend Maria, a Hofstra University Alumni, did an art piece entitled “Illuminating Darkness”. It is about the tragedy of sexual abuse and human trafficking. The winner has their piece displayed to educate and inform in an exhibition.
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In college, we don’t say “I love you”, we say “I have 5 essays, two finals, and 3 group projects due in the next 8 days” which translates to “I would like to be crushed by a train” and I think that’s pretty cool.
The Pope broke with tradition and bowed to Muslim Queen Rania of Jordan while she and her husband, King Abdullah, visited the Pope at the Vatican. Protocol usually dictates that visitors to the Vatican bow to him, not the other way around.
Hey, you know what’s great? Having a Christian who does Christlike things in this Christian position of influence and authority amirite.
I’d almost forgotten how it felt not to be perpetually ashamed of the words and actions of a public figure claiming obedience to my faith.
This is the first time I can ever remember feeling actually represented by a religious leader (and I’m Protestant).
I imagine this might seem small or even too-little-too-late if you’re used to a social or family circle where your belief system or worldview, your most fundamental identity, is not at war with itself— with a false dogma of culture and privilege that has given itself the same name as your God. And I know that this religious struggle is a comparatively minor thing— I know it doesn’t begin to compare to the overt abuse and prejudice endured by Muslims in America and others around the world. It isn’t racism or sexism or life-threatening phobia.
But growing up feeling perpetually misrepresented by those in power, by the people quoting your holy book and using the name of your God to justify abuse and hate and violence, by the figures that are your “leaders”, your evangelists, your protagonists— that is a profound isolation.
I can’t even articulate what Pope Francis means to me, as a Christian— as a Protestant who doesn’t even recognize his Papal authority in the traditional sense. He has already earned his name.
growing up as a gifted and talented student made me ridiculously ashamed of being wrong. like being wrong about the littlest things makes me want to cry and hate myself and i turn back into the big baby i actually am.
FINALLY SOMEONE PUT THIS INTO WORDS FOR ME
#realizing and accepting that I am a \ idiot after a childhood of thinking I was brilliant #has been a slow and painful journey
11 on a saturday morning
ghibli and pancakes: y/y?
i could literally just sit in this class for the rest of term not saying a word and still be at the top of the class ri p
It all makes sense now.
Now we know…