Death in the family
Just when somethings are getting better, other things go wrong. There has been a death in my family today.
…but it was still hard to watch.
You no longer have the right to call yourself a descendent of darkness. Take that holy sword of yours and save the world. After crushing my first love to dust, I’m positive you can.
Guess who is goofing off at work again with ArtStudio.
Had to work the day shift this time, which I’m not used to. At least on my usual shift I get to walk rounds. This one, I just sit here for 8 hours straight. Fun!(sarcasm)
Finn the Firebender
I know that there has to be a joke about Finn being a firebender somewhere, but somehow I haven’t seen nor heard one yet.
Jenny sketch done some time ago colored with ArtStudio on my iPhone because I am bored at work.
About The Scarlet Pimpernel Post
Sorry for the flood of posts. I just re-watched ‘The Scarlet Pimpernel’, a movie made in 1934 based off a novel by Baroness Orczy with Leslie Howard as Sir Percy Blakeney and thought I’d post some of my favorite quotes from it.
It isn’t my top favorite movie, but it is rather well up there. Sorry if it isn’t quite your cup of tea.
This other eve in paradise, this fortress built by nature herself against infection and the hand of war. / This happy bred of men, this little world, / This precious stone set in silver sea. / This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, / This England.
Sir Percy Blakeney(The Scarlet Pimpernel(movie-1934))
Percy and his wife talking about the Pimpernel(himself)
[Blakeney]My dear, if he's the kind of lunatic I take him to be, your warning won't stop him.
[Lady Blakeney]But, he might be going to his death.
[Blakeney]Well, that's all the fellow lives for. Besides, he doesn't know you're in love with him.
[Lady Blakeney]I'm not in love with him. I admire his heroism, but I don't love him.
[Blakeney]Oh, but you do and you don't know it. I didn't know it myself until a moment ago.
[Lady Blakeney]Please don't joke about it.
[Blakeney]It's no joke, believe me. Dangerous game, falling in love with a phantom, my dear. For all you know he may be a married man who is deeply in love with his wife.
[Lady Blakeney]Would any man who is in love with his wife leave her continually to face death? Would you?