get to know me meme: [1/5] female characters → Sarah Walker
I honestly think one of the worst feelings is when shows end. There’s an empitness inside you. We are so entranced by the show, that we follow it as much as we can, and we grow up with it in our lives. I bring this up now because I just watched the show finale for How I Met Your Mother…it’s rough.
It may sound very strange to most people, but I think of it this way. We waste the time in our lives to watch other shows, so that we can add their lives onto their. Those characters become our friends, the story of interest and entertainment. Because we so actively watch these T.V. shows, it involves our lives, it’s part of our lives, each and every show. We keep the things that we love and appreciate. So finally, that show is no longer around, it disappears.
I get a feeling of emptiness. Like someone that I loved is not missing. A part of my life is now missing. And I’ll get over it, but that existence of what my hours were spent on watching these characters that I care about, come to love, is just gone. There’s no longer anything ahead of that.
Goodbyes are tough, is all i’m saying. And I’m here sad about a show ending, but is it really that weird. We “waste” our time to watch these shows because they are important to us, they have meaning, and every once in awhile we’ll even catch a life lesson.
How I Met Your Mother has taught me many things, actually. I’m really glad I got a chance to watch every single episode…maybe its time to just restart and watch the whole show again….homework? naw…HIMYM? SURE!
Just in case you’re wondering, the images you’re about to see are not Photoshopped – they’re portraits taken by Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova
ACTUALLY SO COOL!
Of all the “important” things to read on this page, please take one second to read this! (even if you’re dropping a deuce!)
To ANY Nathan Hale Alumni and soon to be,
I’m writing a book of advice for future Hale students for my Senior Project, but I NEED YOUR HELP! After we graduate, we often leave our school and the programs we were in without the knowledge we have gained and leave future students without any advice. But I want this book to change things.
This book is meant to speak to the new generations at Hale, to show them the ropes there, to help them discover themselves and the beauties of life. Immortalize your ideas, inspire someone, be a mentor.
I strongly encourage you to send me SOMETHING! ANYTHING! whether it’s stories, poems, rules, facts, advice, concepts, ideas or thoughts, artwork, anything that you would want future students to see. I can even keep your name anonymous if you would like. This is an opportunity to get published!
Please email your work to me at email@example.com or however you would like to contact me. Id even be wiling to meet up to talk it out. If you need some questions to help you brainstorm, check out the GoogleDocs page below! Much love.
This is not only a good, fun idea. But it’s also a great song cover and commercial!