britney spears having a moment over cupcakes
I just had to explain to my sister why earth is not a star
she is crying
Tell your sister that a long, long time ago, before she and you and even mom and dad were born, there was a star. A great big glowing, beautiful star, spinning and burning right where we are today.
Tell her that this star burned for millions of years, lighting up our part of the universe, until eventually it ran out of fuel to burn. When that happened, this big, beautiful old star died. It collapsed and exploded, and scattered itself through space.
Tell her how over time, the dust and debris from this explosion drew together, condensed and compressed itself into a brand new bright little star, and a handful of orbiting planets. And that somehow on one of these little rocks spinning through space, through some strange and wonderful miracle, life came into existence.
Tell your sister that she is made of the stars.
i’m not going to do that
Where the hell are we on Daniel Douglas? What happened with James?… Sally Langston is a weed in our garden, Cyrus. See it through.
1. 4x09 Kill Shot
I feel like so often people overlook all of the different facets of Donna that make her such a brilliant character. She constantly shows her compassion, her morality, her kind-heartedness. The fact that she made friends with Stephanie over a shared ex-boyfriend goes against all of the typical love triangle nonsense (yay, positive female friendship), and is just another insight showing how wonderful she is. And there’s her wit. I love the “knock knock” moment not just because it’s hilarious, but also because it’s in response to Sam being a jerk. She just handles it. And the amusing exchange with Josh about a woman’s sexual desire reads as a casual statement of sex positivity, as well as adorable flirting. But there’s also her determination and ambition. Her arc is all about empowerment. What could be greater?
I just really love Donna Moss.
19 Days ‘til Christmas: The Holiday (2006)You know, I was just thinking. Why would I ever leave before New Year’s Eve? That makes no sense at all. I mean, you didn’t exactly ask me out, but you did say you loved me, so I’m thinking I’ve got a date. If you’ll have me.