Capaldi’s affection for science fiction is sincerely held. I ask about a script he wrote years ago: Moon Man. “I called it that because that’s what they used to call me at school,” he says. The man enjoying adventures in time and space was nicknamed Moon Man? “Yes! And it used to upset me. But now I think it’s a great name. It happened because I liked space and stuff [laughs]. It was the time of the moon landings. I’ve always liked sci-fi and fantasy. That’s always been my genre of choice.”
"I think I see the difference now, between loving someone from far away, and loving someone up close. When you see them up close, you see the real them, but they also get to see the real you." To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han
violinstradivaria: “ vermidian: “ A poster series about the historical music period I did for my Music appreciation class. I’m really pleased that a] I finished it! and b] that I like what I’ve done....
Maddie has seen death dates on people's foreheads for as long as she can remember. It's an odd talent, but I'm not sure if that would be more of a blessing or a curse. Since Maddie doesn't know how the person will die, just the date, I got the impression that Maddie views it as more of a curse. #bookreview
This petite little teacup is my very favorite one I’ve ever found! It’s got a lovely pearlized finish and little blue bubbles. I call it my “mermaid teacup.” It was made by Limoges and an internet source dates the mark from between 1892-1907. I’m not really sure I believe it’s that old, but regardless, I really love it! quoted from Lauren's blog.