DON’T FREAK OUT.
THANKS RADIO I’M PERFECTLY CALM NOW
My book, But since coming
Into it, I’d be damned if you
Weren’t on every page, In
Every sentence, Until the very
oh god I’m leaving tomorrow
[attempts not to freak out]
You were born to the rolling hills and the little rivers of the Shire. But home is now behind you, the world is ahead.
Bilbo Baggins is not a man who craves excitement outside of testing new recipes in his kitchen. And he’s most certainly not a thief of any sort, thank you for asking. Thorin Durin, a man with a once great family torn asunder by tragedy, has no desire for much of anything. At least not until they’re brought together with a ragtag group of gentlemen by a meddling old man to undertake a quest for truth and maybe a little vengeance. With so much to gain, and far more to lose than they realize, it will be a long and dark journey for all.
Graphic credit: X
quick family moment with Vili, husband of Dis. he’s very proud of his royal sons and wife.
"Well, we’ll take it as a sign."
Everybody’s faves are problematic as heck. That’s the sad truth of fangirling over people, and putting them up on pedestals comprised of very high expectations. The sooner you accept that, the sooner you can move on.
I think it’s for everyone to decide whether the distasteful shit their fave spews renders said fave unworthy of their fan adoration. I acknowledge everything that MF has ever said. Does it make me a bit blah about him at times? Yeah, definitely. Am I gonna swear him off for good? Probably not just yet. You decide for yourself if that makes me a blind supporter of his horrendous personality, or just… a person enjoying other person’s work while realizing and accepting not everything the person has ever said or done is a hundred percent awesome. And please, if it makes you uncomfortable, avoid it. The unfollow button is right there.
AND FIERCE IMPATIENT ENDS / an instrumental mix of music, inspired by the general atmosphere of a bronte novel (requested by hallsofvalhalla)
01. String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor (“Death and the Maiden”): I. Allegro - Franz Schubert
02. Préludes op.28, N°24 en ré mineur - Frédéric Chopin
03. In Principio - Ludovico Einaudi
04. Canon per Augmentationem in Contrario Motu - J. S. Bach
05. Suspicion - Javier Navarrete
06. Violin Concerto in A Minor (“L’Estro Armonico #6”): II. Largo - Antonio Vivaldi
07. Hoarfrost - Danny Norbury
08. End Titles - Angelo Badalamenti
09. Les Érinnyes: Élégie for Cello - Jules Massenet
10. The Half Killed - Dario Marianelli
11. Found Song for P. - Max Richter