The entire quote reads: “Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there someday.”
This is my 3rd tattoo so far andI got this for my grandmother Diana Joy Long, who died on November 30, 2009 from lung cancer. For the first 5 or so years of my life she read me a Winnie The Poo story every night. Every since then I’ve been a huge Winnie The Poo fan. Miss ya Nona, every time I look at this I’ll think of you.
Got this at American Tattoo in Newport, Rhode Island by Fred Smith.
The half-birthday has gotten so popular in recent years that it’s practically become a legitimate day of celebration. Now, when a kid announces, “It’s my half-birthday today!”, you’re supposed to say, “Well, happy birthday to you!!”, and when a friend sends you an invitation to attend a party…
Hipsters, get on this!
People give James Potter a lot of hate. I don’t understand why, though. Of course, he had youthful arrogance and tormented Snape, but a lot of people go through that. James protected his family. He tried to stop Voldemort from killing his wife and child.
He was probably around my age right now. How easy would it be to run if you knew you were about to die? But, he didn’t. He made a stand and lost his life protecting the ones he love.
James was an amazing man, and deserves a lot more credit than he’s given. Lily loved him, not Snape. Snape started getting into the dark arts and moving away from the person he was as a child. Voldemort was on the rise for the first time, so who would blame her for being scared? And, if it hadn’t been Lily’s son who was in danger, I would be willing to bet that Snape would have stayed on the dark side.I love Snape, don’t get me wrong, but he made wrong choices. He called Lily a Mudblood, and some wonder why he was tormented by James. How many people do you know that a mean and cruel to people who have insulted their friends? I know I’m one of those people.
Yes, Snape was a very brave man. And yes, he did turn around and make the right decisions. And yes, he truly loved Lily.
But so did James. And he died for her.
Logan Lerman - James Potter
One of hopefully many people who agree with me, thank goodness. And I don’t think this is an unpopular opinion… it just takes people some time to realize the truth in these words, that’s all. I have posted so many rants/comments/mini-essays of my own about this. Here’s yet another very well-written one from someone else. It’s fantastic.