notabadday:

The West Wing characters: Donna Moss ”Knock knock. Who’s there? Sam and his prostitute friend.”
Isn’t she divine? I call Donna the Josh whisperer. More than any other character, I think it’s fair to say that Donna developed naturally - with an arc of empowerment. I think Janel had the biggest effect on her character of all of the cast too. Starting out as nothing more than Josh’s assistant, Donna was soon a series regular and fan favorite. It speaks volumes for Janel’s performances, which proved to be more mature and evocative with each new season. Both Janel and Donna truly earned the eventual position of chief of staff to the First Lady. I also felt that it was important within the romantic relationship Donna has with Josh that, before they did seal the deal, they were on a more equal footing professionally. 
Janel’s brought some seriously emotional performances over the years, but I have to confess a particular love of the silly and hilarious banter that was in pretty much every episode of the early seasons. I feel like Janel and Brad played off each other so incredibly well, both dramatically and comedically. It kind of sizzled on-screen really. I think they kept this gorgeous balance of Donna’s naïveté,  her brilliance/talent and the depth of her feelings for Josh. It’s just nice to have a character present who you feel a trust with so completely. She may even be the truest of heart of all the characters, bringing the best out of her colleagues on countless occasions (notably the end of 20 Hours in America). When you watch Donna, there’s no doubt of her competency and Josh’s dependence on her. It would have been a shame if we hadn’t got to see her potential fulfilled by the finale, so it’s a truly deserved moment as she observes that grand office of hers. That, on the same day as waking up beside Josh Lyman. I kinda love that the two of them end up the power couple of the White House! The country’s in safe hands, circa Tomorrow.

notabadday:

The West Wing characters: Donna Moss
”Knock knock. Who’s there? Sam and his prostitute friend.”

Isn’t she divine? I call Donna the Josh whisperer. More than any other character, I think it’s fair to say that Donna developed naturally - with an arc of empowerment. I think Janel had the biggest effect on her character of all of the cast too. Starting out as nothing more than Josh’s assistant, Donna was soon a series regular and fan favorite. It speaks volumes for Janel’s performances, which proved to be more mature and evocative with each new season. Both Janel and Donna truly earned the eventual position of chief of staff to the First Lady. I also felt that it was important within the romantic relationship Donna has with Josh that, before they did seal the deal, they were on a more equal footing professionally.

Janel’s brought some seriously emotional performances over the years, but I have to confess a particular love of the silly and hilarious banter that was in pretty much every episode of the early seasons. I feel like Janel and Brad played off each other so incredibly well, both dramatically and comedically. It kind of sizzled on-screen really. I think they kept this gorgeous balance of Donna’s naïveté,  her brilliance/talent and the depth of her feelings for Josh. It’s just nice to have a character present who you feel a trust with so completely. She may even be the truest of heart of all the characters, bringing the best out of her colleagues on countless occasions (notably the end of 20 Hours in America). When you watch Donna, there’s no doubt of her competency and Josh’s dependence on her. It would have been a shame if we hadn’t got to see her potential fulfilled by the finale, so it’s a truly deserved moment as she observes that grand office of hers. That, on the same day as waking up beside Josh Lyman. I kinda love that the two of them end up the power couple of the White House! The country’s in safe hands, circa Tomorrow.

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luxraygun:

rachel berry puts a star between her teeth

"it’s a metaphor" she says
"and metaphors are important"

rachel berry + hair

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a series of stupidly gorgeous collections
paolo sebastian a/w 2014 bridal collection [+ details]

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Bring It All Back
S Club 7
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throwbacksandjams:

Bring It All Back - S Club 7

thelittlepoetsinlove:

definitivelysarah:

Les Miserables + High School Musical

Status Quo: Marius and Enjolras as Sharpay and Ryan.

CRYING OHMYGOD

The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice versa the bad things don’t always spoil the good things and make them unimportant. 

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squeegool:

My Wicked fan arts
Finally done with the first act! ^^

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drawings-on-bodies:

i love this photo

drawings-on-bodies:

i love this photo

harry potter meme ϟ  nine relationships  (6/9) -  the weasleys

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Ride Wit Me
Glee Cast
112,439 plays

qberry:

just press play

#i want to throw myself off a plane and land on cactus farm

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real life's getting more like fiction each day




rosie.

your average teenage fangirl with music in her head, a notebook in her pocket and a flower in her hair.

the doctor to my rose
the burt to my kurt
the rice to my noodle
the sam to my blaine

searching for a rocketship to pigfarts