Hi there, friend! This is my blog!
The things I post are mostly a mish mash; there's no real theme! I reblog a lot of SJ stuff, as well as a lot of pictures of animals! I also reblog silly humor posts. Take a look at my blog if you want and see if it's the type you like! Thank you for visiting!
I know the family who owns this dog and they’re devastated that he’s gone!! if you live in the area and you’ve seen a dog matching the description on this flyer, please call the number!! if you don’t live in the area, please reblog to boost the signal!!
real talk tho when did the shiba go from ‘i sware on me mum’ to ‘wow such doge much wow’ like is it two memes at once. did it transcend memes. is it the omni meme. the alpha and the omega meme. what happened. what did i miss in meme culture 2013
i hate the neologism “partner” for “person i’m dating”. i have no intention of being a cowboy and nobody will ever be a cowboy to me.
speak for yourself, slim. some of us cowpoke are lookin’ for the right partner to call our own… [twangs acoustic guitar softly as i stare towards the twinkling night sky] don’t see many of them stars where you’re from, eh, city boy? nah. didn’t think so.
Seemingly not content with having two brand new movies out this year in the form of Kaze Tachinu and The Tale of Princess Kaguya, Japan’s Studio Ghibli has just announced that a new animated feature, Omoide no Maanii (When Marnie Was There), based on the novel of the same name by English writer Joan G. Robinson, will be hitting screens in Japan in summer 2014.
The news broke earlier this afternoon as Studio Ghibli unveiled a new website, which offers a single still image of the movie’s poster. Distributor Toho has also confirmed the film in its 2014 lineup.
The original 1967 novel for kids and young adults tells the story of Anna, a young foster child who is sent away for the summer to the Norfolk countryside. She soon meets a girl called Marnie and, through their many conversations, begins to learn more about the girl’s intriguing past.
When Marnie Was There has been translated into multiple languages, and is loved by many Japanese, particularly young women who felt that it helped them, too, find their place in the world and cope with feeling that little bit different to everyone else.
The Studio Ghibli adaptation is being directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, who made his directing debut for the acclaimed studio with 2010′s The Secret World of Arrietty. We’ll be sure to bring you more about this intriguing new production as it breaks.