Today is (drum roll) Harry Potter's 37th birthday! Not much I can do to celebrate it here, except this:
Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Harry, happy birthday to you (and many moooooore)!!
Make Harry proud! Try this test I found and see how many you can get right!
*I am not taking credit for this quiz, I am only sharing it with you.
I know I'm not the only one who loves taking tests online to find out who I am in different movies/books. So I surfed the internet and found some for you! Here you go:
*I am not taking credit for any of theses tests. I found them online and am only sharing them with you.
Not much for this post, just a small message.
Something I find helpful in my life is using characters as role models or to help me get through things. The characters I use most are Legolas, Draco Malfoy, and Diaval. I use Legolas when I get nervous, because there's no one more calming than him. Draco is someone I can easily sympathize with when I'm feeling misunderstood. Diaval is for several reasons: he knows what's important, so he's basically my sense. He also is loyal and patient.
These characters may help you, or you may use other characters.
As that one meme says: "They may not be real to you, but they are real to me."
1. Hermione Granger from Harry Potter
Hermione is smart, funny, hard-working, brave, etc. etc. . . . Harry and Ron would have died in the first book if it wasn't for her.
2. Emma Bloom from Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Few people have read this book, but try to keep up. Emma is smart and brave, and will do anything to save her friends and the ones she loves. Even go out of a loop for him.
3. Bella Swan from Twilight
LOL JUST KIDDING
4. Eowyn from The Lord of the Rings
It's rare to find a princess who wants to go to battle and risk her life for her kingdom, especially one as brave and skilled as Eowyn.
5. Black Widow from the Marvel movies
Not much needs to be said here; she is awesome, she fights armed people, she has the coolest code name ever, and she befriended Green Giant.
I know that it's Thor: Ragnarok, but when I see the posters at the movie theater my mind goes to eggnog. I looked up what Ragnarok means and this is what Google said, and I quote:
In Norse mythology, Ragnarok is a series of future events, including a great battle foretold to ultimately result in the death of a number of major figures (including the gods Odin, Thor, Tyr, Freyr, Heimdallr, and Loki), the occurrence of various natural disasters, and the subsequent submersion of the world in water.
My thoughts: "There's a lot of big words in there, miss, and we're not but humble pirates!"
Most of that I don't understand and I'd need either a dictionary or my dad (what's the difference?) to help me.
But what are we looking forward to? My friend and I are going crazy because they cut Thor's hair and we've come to the conclusion that you don't have Thor without the long hair. I do however love this scene in the preview:
We know we'll have the usual Thor humor. But we'll all have to wait for November to see, won't we? I'll try to remember EVERYTHING when I see it so I can make a post. (Hey Dad, now you have to take me to see Thor because I promised everyone a post on it. HA HA)
I was watching fireworks last night and I thought to myself, "how awesome would it be to have Gandalf's fireworks? Or have Fred and George flying around?" So here is a mini firework show for all the nerds who had the same thought as me. Happy (late) 4th of July!