whoever wrote this line needs to receive a medal
I will reblog this until my fingers bleed
THE PIXAR THEORY
For all of you that are not familiar with this, there is a theory that all of the Pixar movies happen on the same timeline, or in the same universe, if you will. It’s quite an interesting topic, so if you want to read more about it, you can do it here:
THE SCIENCE OF A POKEBALL
Author: Teodora Nickovic
Can this please happen?
Go where your admired, not where your tolerated. If they don’t appreciate you, it’s time to find people who do.
My mum told me that I had learned all the letters of the alphabet when I was two. I can’t quite remember that, but what I do remember is reading my first book when I was three. And let me tell you, it was quite a serious book for a three-year-old! One of those old Disney books.
It happens more than it should that people ask me: “Oh, you actually read books?”, and I can never hide how sorry I feel for the person asking me that. It is fine not to like books, though. Not everyone can like everything. But a book now and then most certainly won’t do you any bad. Especially if you are young. I can’t even count how many valuable life lessons and inspiring quotes I have learned reading books and I can’t imagine living without knowing those things.
Then, we have people who prefer movies over books, which is fine, too. I must admit watching Disney classics, like “Cinderella” for example, is most definitely one of my favorite childhood memories, but you are missing out if you haven’t read the original version, too.
There are many great stories out there, waiting for you to discover them. But even if you still think books are bad, for whatever reason, fine. I don’t want to pressure you into being right. But I will get mad if you address someone as a “book geek” like it’s a bad thing, or if you call someone a “no-lifer” just because they spend a lot of time reading. Because so called “book geeks” don’t read books because they have no life. It’s because they have many.
DIY STICKER PAINTING
Take a bunch of stickers, stick them either directly to the wall, or first to a paper and then cut it out, and then stick that to the wall. You can probably buy a frame in one of those dollar shops, mine is wooden decorated in a decoupage technique (google it).