brood-of-froods said: are you diddlysquash. do i continue to follow you? i just woke up. i don't know who i am. am i diddlysquash?
Diddlysquash is the blogger formerly known as bookthief-withoutthewords
Let’s count the ways:
- Was sensible enough to begin tricking Bram that she was on his side. Or, in someone else’s words, “ride that d to freedom”.
- Refers to the Horseman of War by his only acceptable, true name: Jeremy.
- Speaking of Jeremy, Katrina holds out that she can save him. Good on you, Mama Crane!!
- Is smart enough to know that she needs to stay behind.
- Not being nearly as cryptic as she was in the beginning.
Still not totally convinced there’s something dark about her we’re not seeing, but so far she’s redeeming herself a lot in my eyes. Also, on the subject of Bram’s “shots fired” line about Ichabod saving Abbie before her: Katrina’s reaction is completely understandable. I’m sure a lot of fans are a bit disappointed that her faith in her husband could falter just because of the words of a villain (and maybe this is foreshadowing of Katrina falling to the dark side) but honestly, it’s been 250 years. A lot can change in then. And you gotta admit, Bram makes a damn good point. Of course she doesn’t really believe him, especially once Ichabod shows up, but I love that this weakness makes her a little more human.
Now I just sit back and wait until she starts showing off those Witch Powers!
As much as I love The Book Thief, I think I’m ready for a different url
I just haven’t thought of a good one yet
so far, I’m considering
Gonna be 100% truthful here, I think you should go with diddlysquash simply so I can type sentences that start with “You know, my best friend diddlysquash…”
Let’s remember, Jesus was a Jewish man of color, born homeless to an unwed teenager, who spent his formative years as an illegal immigrant before returning to his home country to hang out with twelve men, prostitutes, and socially untouchable tax collectors while he taught a radical social doctrine of equality, love, and forgiveness that included paying taxes, free healthcare, and the sharing of resources within a community.
Jesus called somebody an ass once because they where being rude to a crippled little old lady if you don’t think that’s the tightest shit then get out of my face.
Pretty sure that Jesus was also the first person to say, “don’t be a dick.”
He also cursed a fig tree for not having any ripe when he wanted one