Lana Del Rey - Once Upon a Dream
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itsdisneyfreaks:

Lana Del Rey’s cover of “Once Upon A Dream”. Google Play has posted it and the song is FREE. So get it quick!!

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awkwardvagina:

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mothpaw:

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A Garden Without Sun. (by Bryan Do)
Blows Against The Empire - Response

This entry is going to be of what I felt the article was trying to say. They compared Phillip K. Dick to Edgar Allen Poe in his ability to show a vast world that is decrepit with darkness and abyss. His hardships definitely have proven to get him far with his ability to have published the books he had and then died at the age of only 53. Commendable that is. True, his style was difficult and different that my typical read, but that was the why I kept reading. “His allegiance wasn’t to literature, but to writing.” It’s valid to see that he really didn’t care what was the norm in writing and wrote in his own style. The unique ability to evoke stories with such twists and characterizations is incredible. The ideas of paranoia and destruction within the mind is one of the big reasons his writings has made him so big. Brava. 

Elements of Fiction - Response

From the reading I was able to get to the nitty gritty of how to actually look at a piece of writing and really analyze what I was reading. The plot suggests the important aspects of the story, including the conflicts (the issues), the rising action (the actions that increase tension in the story, the climax (the exploding moments), the falling action (the realization and calming moments), and then the conclusion (everything is figured out). Cool. Plot. You’re done.Then we have the characterization portion in which we analyze who are our protagonists (HEROES) and the antagonists (VILLAINS). Round characters are ones who have a lot of descriptions and are wholesome characters, flat characters are one-dimensional and never change.The setting is a social mood and location of which the stories are being taken place in. A lot of the time the authors give really moody words to offset a feeling he/she wants to give the audience to be tossed into this world.The point of view is the story’s outlook. It could be written from the author’s point of view or maybe the main character’s point of view. The themes are usually the underlying meaning behind the story, like what were supposed to learn from the occurrences. At the end of the day, everyone should be able to know and understand these elements of fiction if ever reading a book. Nice re-cap!

The Odd Ones Out, My “Tricked” Reponse

Quite an interesting read when it comes to a child who moves too much to connect with others and then finding a family who has no connection to the television and what society has pried down as a “norm.” You begin to understand the narrator’s course of destruction as soon as he begins to spy on the Tomkey family and observe their oddity in comparison to a common family household. The judgements made, sadly, are ones we as humans make everyday. We pity & look down on people different than us, who we find odd. It took months before the narrator was able to understand the inner-hatred he developed towards them for just being different and his selfishness was quite evident. In the end it was great to see him understand his wrong-doings and allowing himself so see some people aren’t as fortunate. Sometimes being different is the best thing you can do in our society. :)

Teacher: where's your homework
Me: why are you so obsessed with me
Black & White (by Bryan Do)
Modern Love Response: GPS on a Path to the HeartHilariously informative. This Modern Love reading gave insight on a way to obtain that special someone for the Season, Valentine’s Day. 
I’ll start off by commenting on her text vs. mail spill. Text messaging has become such a large part of the American community for casual invitations and conversations, that it makes anything that might sound romantic THAT much less romantic.“ur gr8 lets m8” Yeah right…
Consulting a religious guru sounds quite adventurous. The girl who was told by the rabbi that she would find her love on Hannukah is a leap of faith and luck in my opinion. I don’t think religious people can ever know fate that well enough to predict a future as that. It also causes people to wait around rather than pursuing and making something out of their love life.
Using tease-esque pictures to seduce our potentials without having to actually show anything… who hasn’t done it? Point in case, I believe this will allows others to initiate. RIGHT?!
The woman who found her love through Craiglist ended up falling in love. As farfetched as that sounds, that’s incredibly brilliant! Make a list of what you want in a man and let them apply for you. Simply Beautiful.

Sometimes the love of your life is already with you. But there is some reason you cannot be a couple, or so you think.

 As humans, we take people for granted too often. Sometimes we need to open our eyes even more to understand that the most important people are already always with us. Our future love could be sitting right next to you right now. “No, they’re my best friend.” Well, haven’t you heard the song “Lucky” by Jason Mraz? Exactly. 
I enjoyed reading the whole submission and what they had to say, for I am one of those lonely singles this Valentine’s day. But let’s face it, there’s no way one can find a love a month right before Valentine’s day. OH WELL! Just watch the turtle flap his arms…

(the picture was reblogged, but the response is all of my writing and my personal opinion)

Modern Love Response: GPS on a Path to the Heart

Hilariously informative. This Modern Love reading gave insight on a way to obtain that special someone for the Season, Valentine’s Day. 

I’ll start off by commenting on her text vs. mail spill. Text messaging has become such a large part of the American community for casual invitations and conversations, that it makes anything that might sound romantic THAT much less romantic.“ur gr8 lets m8” Yeah right…

Consulting a religious guru sounds quite adventurous. The girl who was told by the rabbi that she would find her love on Hannukah is a leap of faith and luck in my opinion. I don’t think religious people can ever know fate that well enough to predict a future as that. It also causes people to wait around rather than pursuing and making something out of their love life.

Using tease-esque pictures to seduce our potentials without having to actually show anything… who hasn’t done it? Point in case, I believe this will allows others to initiate. RIGHT?!

The woman who found her love through Craiglist ended up falling in love. As farfetched as that sounds, that’s incredibly brilliant! Make a list of what you want in a man and let them apply for you. Simply Beautiful.

Sometimes the love of your life is already with you. But there is some reason you cannot be a couple, or so you think.

 As humans, we take people for granted too often. Sometimes we need to open our eyes even more to understand that the most important people are already always with us. Our future love could be sitting right next to you right now. “No, they’re my best friend.” Well, haven’t you heard the song “Lucky” by Jason Mraz? Exactly. 

I enjoyed reading the whole submission and what they had to say, for I am one of those lonely singles this Valentine’s day. But let’s face it, there’s no way one can find a love a month right before Valentine’s day. OH WELL! Just watch the turtle flap his arms…

(the picture was reblogged, but the response is all of my writing and my personal opinion)