I’m falling for the beat. I wouldn’t change a thing
Promo for our upcoming vlog series Grimm Reflections! Can you guess which fairy tale we’ll be adapting first?
Diana and Mary are live-tweeting Jane’s birthday. How sweet. Also kind of an invasion of her privacy, but this girl seems to be drawn to people who steal her things and use them without her permission (Rochester’s camera obsession)
What if they look at her past tweets though? And who she was following?
Although, maybe they already know about her past (I mean, it is all over the Internet)…they’re just waiting for her be comfortable enough to come clean to them.
Standing for Socks by Elissa Brent Weissman
Genre: Contemporary/RealisticWho knew that socks could cause so many problems? Twelve-year-old Fara Ross started wearing mismatched socks so she’d stand out from the crowd; but now instead of listening to her great ideas about recycling and school fundraisers, kids only notice her socks! And since she’s running for sixth-grade class president, Fara really needs to get the right kind of attention. If she could, she’d stop wearing socks forever, but how can she get rid of what made her popular to begin with? And what is she going to do about her best friend, Jody, who thinks Fara only cares about winning?
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This exchange between Rochester and his daughter is cuter than a box full of kittens.
Yay for character developments.
Just thought I’d add to the collection of screen shots of Jane’s amazing facial reactions throughout this fantastic episode.