I Am A Rock

~Livin' the Lemon Lyman Life~ About me: I'm a 20-something college student and I'm crazy about classic films, classical music, The West Wing, British TV shows, and history (I could list more things but I think that covers the basics) ;-)
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notabadday:

I feel like so often people overlook all of the different facets of Donna that make her such a brilliant character. She constantly shows her compassion, her morality, her kind-heartedness. The fact that she made friends with Stephanie over a shared ex-boyfriend goes against all of the typical love triangle nonsense (yay, positive female friendship), and is just another insight showing how wonderful she is. And there’s her wit. I love the “knock knock” moment not just because it’s hilarious, but also because it’s in response to Sam being a jerk. She just handles it. And the amusing exchange with Josh about a woman’s sexual desire reads as a casual statement of sex positivity, as well as adorable flirting. But there’s also her determination and ambition. Her arc is all about empowerment. What could be greater?

I just really love Donna Moss.

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pica-scribit:

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jennytrout:

blackfashion:

Queen

If Colbert is leaving Comedy Central, they need to let her take over his time slot with her own show.

… suddenly I am 100% on board with Colbert going to the Late Show. 

A MILLION YES

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paintingsofclouds:

Sunset Fires, Winslow Homer, 1880

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twerkinshield:

leungdrawstoo:

Captain America saved the world twice now and all it cost him was two Bucks

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Glenn Miller,
The Essential Glenn Miller

exhusbands:

Glenn Miller- Moonlight Serenade

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Happy 72nd birthday, Barbra Streisand! (b. April 24, 1942)

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classicalbritain:

Design for a Country Estate, England

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austenchanted:

Sense and Sensibility (1995) dir. Ang Lee

austenchanted:

Sense and Sensibility (1995) dir. Ang Lee

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