I'm Sara. Oklahoma born and raised for the whole of my 23 years, but am currently living in southern Spain. I believe in a loving, kind, just, and forgiving God. I hold a B.A. in Spanish with a minor in TESOL. A descriptive linguistics fanatic, along with Sailor Moon, Doctor Who, Miyazaki films, Wes Anderson films, Hank and John Green, and the Oxford comma. I think people should be able to choose how to live their lives. If you want to know more, just ask.
I like people. Talk to me in English o háblame en español.
If Disney Store doesn’t use "Yoohoo, Big Summer Blowout" once this Summer in one of their sale campaigns, they’re doing it wrong.
I laugh untii I cry everytime I watch this video and it’s been a while since it’s been on my dash so here
there he go
there are tears streaming down my face right now
this is the most important thing to me on the internet
this is second only to the space minion one
That glitch is glorious.
Sophie, the girl, is given a spell and transformed into an old woman. It would be a lie to say that turning young again would mean living happily ever after. I didn’t want to say that. I didn’t want to make it seem like turning old was such a bad thing — the idea was that maybe she’ll have learned something by being old for a while, and, when she is actually old, make a better grandma. Anyway, as Sophie gets older, she gets more pep. And she says what’s on her mind. She is transformed from a shy, mousy little girl to a blunt, honest woman. It’s not a motif you see often, and, especially with an old woman taking up the whole screen, it’s a big theatrical risk. But it’s a delusion that being young means you’re happy.