fangirl challenge - [15] pairings

[15/15] Elizabeth x Darcy

(Source: jamesbadgedale)

Now, you could imagine my disappointment when it suddenly dawned on me that the woman I love is about to be kicked out of the country.” - The Proposal (2009)

(Source: maysileed)

quackenbuschlight:

"how can you drink hot coffee in the middle of summer?"

fire cannot kill a dragon

Our Leader, the Mockingjay.

(Source: suchasugarcube)

CATCHING FIRE MEME
↳ 3/4 favorite scenes 

feynificent:

Their last moments on WU/SNL, marking the end of an era.

thelirivera:

bibliophilebunny:

—Ray Bradbury

I saw Ray Bradbury speak when I worked at UCLA med school. He was in his 80s and sat in a wheelchair wearing a shirt, tie, and boxer shorts. Even though Bradbury was in the hospital for health problems, he insisted on speaking at the med school for free to express his gratitude to his doctors. He spoke nonstop for half an hour, cracked everyone up and then made us all feel like slackers when he  said he wrote 3-4 books a YEAR. One of my all-time highlight experiences.

My grandfather grew up with Ray Bradbury, they lived in the same neighborhood in Waukegan, outside Chicago. They didn’t keep in touch so much over the years. When I was three, Ray Bradbury was speaking at a Library in Thousand Oaks, CA. My grandfather brought me there and they got to reconnect for a couple minutes. I don’t remember it, and I have no photos - but I got to meet Ray Bradbury. And I practically inhaled his books in middle school.

thelirivera:

bibliophilebunny:

—Ray Bradbury

I saw Ray Bradbury speak when I worked at UCLA med school. He was in his 80s and sat in a wheelchair wearing a shirt, tie, and boxer shorts. Even though Bradbury was in the hospital for health problems, he insisted on speaking at the med school for free to express his gratitude to his doctors. He spoke nonstop for half an hour, cracked everyone up and then made us all feel like slackers when he  said he wrote 3-4 books a YEAR. One of my all-time highlight experiences.

My grandfather grew up with Ray Bradbury, they lived in the same neighborhood in Waukegan, outside Chicago. They didn’t keep in touch so much over the years. When I was three, Ray Bradbury was speaking at a Library in Thousand Oaks, CA. My grandfather brought me there and they got to reconnect for a couple minutes. I don’t remember it, and I have no photos - but I got to meet Ray Bradbury. And I practically inhaled his books in middle school.