nea: (hands off) (misc: wrisomifu)
I'm doing better, so thanks for your lovely thoughts and comments. *hugs*

Have I mentioned already that I'm kinda in a writing crisis? It's not a writer's block anymore – it's a real crisis.

It started like two weeks ago when I read that fantastic Little Miss Sunshine fic. The characterization was awesome, the plot, the pace. I loved it. And usually, such well written fics inspire me to write better, this fic made me think that I'll never be able to write on such a level, so I could just give it up completely.

I'm not even jealous or anything, I'm just in awe. And I try to get over that feeling of wanting to quit, because even though I'm just mediocre to good in my better days (means when I don't suffer from writer's block, that is), writing makes me happier/keeps me more sane, if you know what I mean... I'm not writing because I want all the internet-fame, I'm writing for myself in the first place. Other people reading it is just the sweet cherry on top ;)

Were you in such a situation before, my dear fellow creatives? How did you handle it?

I haven't written a word since then, but instead started to read in a tiny German fandom, that I didn't even know existed. It's a German crime-series and I'm not even watching it, but people manage to black-out their bingo-cards with it and that made an impression on me, so I started to read it, just out of curiosity, to see HOW and now I've spent the entire week reading it all and somehow it made me miss writing and gave me confidence? Hope? Made me think that quitting would really suck.

Maybe I'll re-watch Little Miss Sunshine tomorrow, and well, we'll see what happens...
nea: (hands off) (tsn: mark/eduardo talking)
I always loved you, I still love you and I will love you forever
but please please please stop breaking my heart all the time.

If I had a gun

What a life

(Both live and acoustic on 1live television)

Can't wait to see him live in December!
nea: (hands off) (pb: mike/linc season 4)
"Beauty - the adjustment of all parts proportionately so that one cannot add or subtract or change without impairing the harmony of the whole."

But I'm not sure. Beauty means for me inperfection, which would exclude proportions, right? What does beauty mean for you, sweethearts?
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This week's Greys Anatomy (505) had a pretty inspiring last scene.

Unfortunately I couldn't find it not chopped in half, so I made a transcript of the missing 12 seconds.
Read more... )
nea: (hands off) (Default)
I've found some awesome quotes of Billie Joe and Tré Cool from Green day and just have to share them:

Interviewer: (to Tré Cool and Billie Joe Armstrong) "What do you do on a regular basis when you're not touring?"
Tré: "I wake up, skate to the kitchen, grab myself a beer... Then I go for a bath in pink champagne. Sometimes we make sweet love. Sometimes it's in the bath..."


"I think I've always been bisexual. I mean, it's something that I've always been interested in. I think everybody kind of fantasizes about the same sex. I think people are born bisexual, and it's just that our parents and society kind of veer us off into this feeling of Oh, I can't. They say it's taboo. It's ingrained in our heads that it's bad, when it's not bad at all. It's a very beautiful thing" - Billie Joe Armstrong (vocalist/guitarist - Green Day)


"Tré reads the dirty ones. I've read a few. It's flattering and sort of weird at the same time. I don't really know what to think about young girls thinking about old men like that. But the ones I have read were very well-written and as long as kids these days are still being creative and writing, then I think it's cool." - Billie Joe Armstrong (vocalist/guitarist - Green Day) on Green Day slash fanfiction.

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