Horse Radish Diaries

A senior a Muhlenberg college constantly in the search of new and creative ideas...and food to eat along the way. A huge fan of opera, musical theatre, and music in general. Not to mention sci-fi, cosplay, and a good dose of Batman.


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Reblogged from i-remember-there-was-mist

i-remember-there-was-mist:

I’m just going to say.

If you had a masked murderer in your midst.

Dropping chandeliers, hanging stagehands, stealing sopranos.

Throwing a masked ball is a pretty gutsy move.

(via sudsyoperacat)

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operarox:

oiseaudefeu93:

Rehearsals for the upcoming production of La Cenerentola @ the Met.

(Photos: Ken Howard/ Met Opera)

Love rehearsal pics <3

(Source: facebook.com, via sudsyoperacat)

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kismesister:

we listened to the new game and I pumped out some doodles in the two and half hours it took. feeling good!! about art!!! yay me!!

so a jim, a Morgaen (HONEY YOUR WEIRD NAME SYMBOLS THO), and what was clearly a scene designed for mu. otp hugs tho.

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onestarbookreview:

“The irony is, I *love* lighthouses and travel to see them and love books and films set in them. Maybe my main issue with this book was just that it wasn’t lighthouse-y enough.”

onestarbookreview:

“The irony is, I *love* lighthouses and travel to see them and love books and films set in them. Maybe my main issue with this book was just that it wasn’t lighthouse-y enough.”

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fitnessgifs4u:

BeFiT GO | Beach Body- 40 Minute Fat-Burning HIIT Workout…VIDEO

Meg do this

(Source: fitnessgifs4u, via fitspiration)

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maaarine:

Catelyn Stark is one of the major point of view characters in A Song of Ice and Fire. She’s the character with the second most chapters in A Game of Thrones. She has more chapters in the first three books than Daenerys. And she certainly has more focus than Robb Stark, who never has a POV chapter — we see his story entirely through Catelyn’s eyes.”

"Not that you’d know that from watching the show. If you exclude one out-of-character speech about Jon Snow, Catelyn has probably had less than ten lines this season, and none of them have had any real bearing on the plot. (…) To the show, Catelyn doesn’t matter. She’s not a character with her own emotional plotline. She is just a feature of Robb’s story.”

In the books, the war of the boy king is Catelyn’s story, subverting tropes of the dashing young hero who beats the odds and triumphs over all. She adds an emotional level to the story, as the mother who worries for her children, but she’s also a strategist and deeply pragmatic. She’s one of the few figures who realizes that they’re not merely playing at war, and understand what that must mean. In the show, however, Catelyn is merely the mother of the king, and no one wants to see what the mother is thinking or doing when the true hero is elsewhere.”

(Source: feministfiction.com, via sudsyoperacat)

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  • Parent to child at the library: Shhh...remember what we said about being loud in the library?
  • Child: We'll wake up the books.
  • Parent: That's right.