he’s like some sort of greek god
He’s the greek god of lumberjacks
because Lumberjacks are good with wood
It’s no secret that I like Lady Knights like, a lot. I put together a little randomizer as a sort of exercise. Then I thought, why not share it?
So here’s the thing. Five categories of traits. Pick three and run with it! Bonus challenge: do all five categories. And of course you’re free to add to the categories if what you want isn’t in there. Have fun with it! Don’t forget to tag #Lady Knights so I can see the cool stuff you come up with!
Here’s my starter to kick things off: Fists, Top Heavy, Nervous, Indian, Shark/Piscine.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.
♥ Happy Birthday Alex Kingston and John Barrowman | 11th March 2014 ♥
“I love all history because it’s storytelling. But, I will always have a special place in my heart for the Tudor dynasty.”
I really need to get a smaller screwdriver…..
"Though founded on pragmatism, Henry and Elizabeth’s marriage had nevertheless blossomed throughout the uncertainty and upheaval of the previous eighteen years. This was a marriage of ‘faithful love’, of mutual attraction, affection and respect, from which the king seems to have drawn great strength -indeed, it was the kind of marriage that their second son, Prince Henry [future Henry VIII] would spend his whole life trying to find. With Elizabeth’s burial, the lights went out all over Henry VII’s court. The reign was plunged into crisis. Henry, shattered, would never be the same again.”
— Thomas Penn, Henry VII - The Winter King.
"The King remained in seclusion at Richmond for six weeks after the funeral, prostrate with grief and so ill with quinsy—a complication of tonsillitis that can cause breathing difficulties—that it was said he was near death. He was unable to swallow and could barely open his mouth. His mother came to nurse him, bringing sweet wine and ordering physic for him. It seems that the loss of Elizabeth […] impacted badly on Henry; as for the remaining six years of his life, his health steadily declined. By 1504 he had become “a weak man and sickly, not likely to be no long-lived man.”
— Alison Weir, Elizabeth of York: a Tudor Queen and her world.
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someone suggested this idea in my askbox and i HAD to draw it ;)
THIS IS ALSO GORGEOUS HELLO EXTREMELY TALENTED PERSON
"Nine companions. So be it. You shall be the Fellowship of the Ring."
One day she came back grinning her horsey grin, her hair all tangled and her clothes covered in mud, clutching a raggedy bunch of purple and green flowers for father. Sansa kept hoping he would tell Arya to behave herself and act like the highborn lady she was supposed to be, but he never did, he only hugged her and thanked her for the flowers.
I’m watching LOTR extended editions with my sister for the first time and she’s majorly shipping Eowyn/Faramir. I’m so proud.
[aggressively hums the Game of Thrones theme at you progressively louder over the next month]