I'm dedicating my tumblr to Disney/Pixar's Brave and I have no regrets : ) there may also be some Harry Potter thorwn in there but for more HP stuff, follow me on twitter (I have the same user name on there)








How Did We Not Think of These Pancake Ideas Ourselves

Gutom na ko.



Oh my gosh yummmmmmmmmm





Because the only thing better than regular magic is Disney magic. Drawings done by Eira1893.”

I had forgotten how much fun tumblr is! I haven’t been on in so long and idk why, but I’m just scrolling through, enjoying other people fangirling over whatever they fangirl for and I just love this social site!


cinematic masterpiece


From this theory, for an anon. :)

What if Anna and Elsa’s mom were Queen Elinor’s sister from Brave! That would be amazing! 😊


From this theory, for an anon. :)

What if Anna and Elsa’s mom were Queen Elinor’s sister from Brave! That would be amazing! 😊


Everyone says they want Rapunzel’s hair



I kind of want


Queen Elinor’s


(Source: wannastuffsome-hans-inmyface)

I sent my sister a text asking “Do you want to do a puzzle?” and in my head it was to the tune of Do You Want to Build a Snowman? And she most disappointingly responded “I’m getting a shower.”
So upset she didn’t get the joke…


So, I’ve been in college for a semester now, and I’ve had an eye opener… People always say that if you’re doing what you love, you don’t work a day in your life. I never really paid attention to those words because I always thought I was headed to do what I thought I loved, but after having taken some classes and getting a sneak-peak of what I’m about to get into, I’m not sure I’m still aiming to do what I love.

I’m an early childhood education major at the moment and I chose that when I applied for college because my mom is a teacher and I thought “well, if I get stuck, she can give me guidance,” and it’s true, she will be able to do that. However, I feel like I’m going to hate myself if I keep going down this path just because my mom did. Do I really want to be a teacher? No. I don’t think I do. It’s a great profession, I just don’t think it’s for me.

My dad is a budget analyst, so the next option that pops into my head is to major in accounting so I could have some guidance there. However, I hate math. I took calculus in high school and I think it ruined my enjoyment of math and numbers and all that sort of thing. So, why should I even consider going down that path?

Then I thought, my life isn’t about what my parents do, it’s about what I want to do. So I asked myself “What do I want to do that will fulfil me and make me happy?” I thought about the things in life I enjoy. I love reading books and watching movies. Who doesn’t, right? They’re entertaining! I thought about it though… As much fun as it would be to work on movie sets, I don’t see myself spending the rest of my days doing anything with movies (aside from watching them).

My other major interest: books! I love reading books! It’s like watching a movie in your head! And you get to direct the whole thing and make it look how you want it to look. When I was little, I really wanted to be an author. I’m not sure what really made me going in any other direction other than the fact that, to be an author and actually make a living, you’ve got to be a good writer. I may not be a good creative writer now, but who’s to say that I can’t strive to be there eventually? It may take more time than I would like, but why not? I think, for once, I’m going to take a leap of faith. I want to do what I love so I don’t have to work a day in my life. I don’t want to feel like I’m stuck in something while I’m still able to get out.

My whole point is this: you don’t have to live up to anyone’s expectations but your own. Your own judgements of yourself are what matter the most and if you’re not happy with yourself, you’re the one who has to live with it day after day.


do you ever just want to cry because you love Disney so much

"Yes, it’s only in my dreams. But they say if you dream a thing more than once, it’s sure to come true, and I’ve seen him so many times."

(Source: mickeyandcompany)