well, it's all gonna be alright at the end, so... *apart from some people getting killed, but it wouldn't be Rowling if everyone survived*
call me selfish, but the only thing that makes me sad is that after this movie the whole Potter-saga will be over. it's like the end of an era. we grew up with those books and movies, i really can't imagine how it will be like with nothing to look forward to.
Oh, I completely agree. I can remember, in high school, every time it started getting near another book release date, I would start focusing really hard on not dying before the next book came out. Like, whenever I would drive, I would be SUPER alert, constantly focusing on not wrecking, because I didn’t want to die without reading the end of Harry Potter. And once this movie comes out…I can just die whenever because that’s IT. And that’s freaking me out a little bit, haha.
In 2008, Douglass Boulevard Christian Church (DBCC) decided to designate itself an Open and Affirming Community of Faith, signifying its “commitment to full acceptance of all people, regardless of race, gender, age, or sexual orientation,” and this decision keeps it in line with those values, church leaders said.
Kentucky? Who would have thought, of all the states.. <3
It’s a step in the right direction. It’s a strange sort of biggotry as gay marriage doesn’t affect those who oppose it.
Oh my God. <3 I’ve never been so proud of my state before.
I mean, it could be said that there may be an opportunity, that there exists the possibility that there may be A Very Potter Musical 3/A Very Potter Threequel. Even if the probability could be considered non-existent…