Every day, post lyrics, a music video, or a song with the title of the song beginning with every letter of the alphabet. So the first day, do the letter A, the second, do B, and so on until you get to the end of the alphabet.
in an effort to be more tumblr active, I think I’ll do this hahahahaha.
“The two knights across the river again exchanged glances, then laughed coarsely. “Come on, then, kitchen boy!” said one. “Which of us shall you try?”
“Why both at once, if you be not afeared,” Beaumains replied calmly.
“Are you crazy?” Lynet gasped. “Of course you are. I mean, are you determined to kill yourself? These are knights! They’ll turn you into mincemeat!”
“Beaumince,” murmured Roger.”—Morris, Gerald. The Savage Damsel and the Dwarf pages 69-70.
“Given that creativity is defined primarily in terms of novel and original ideas, it is difficult to predetermine which responses are better than others […] When critics told Mozart (1756-91) that one of his piano sonatas had “too many notes,” the composer replied that it had “as many notes as it should.” Whilst Mozart enjoyed some fame in his lifetime, another artist, Vincent Van Gogh (1853-90) lived a poor, anonymous, and unsuccessful life, tortured by insanity and unable to deal with his contemporaries. Yet nobody today would think of telling Van Gogh that he should have added more water to his paint.”—Chamorro-Premuzic, Tomas. (2007). Personality and Individual Differences, Blackwell: Oxford.