I have three in each earlobe, and I got my left tragus pierced March 2010. I plan on getting two right next to each other in my right cartilage some day. I don’t think I could pull of a facial piercing, but I’ve thought about getting an eyebrow pierced. That is all.
9 - Tattoos I want:
I answered that just a little bit ago. See the answer there!
“I am a mad texter – I can do it with my eyes closed – because I am away so much; it’s the way I keep in touch with friends. My one big extravagance is my phone bill. I am always texting Dan and Rupert when we are not working. And we are always swapping girl and boy advice when we’re together. It’s quite funny – I am like, ‘Oh, I have got this text from a boy, what on earth do I say? What does this translate to in boy language? I don’t understand,’ and they will be like, ‘Well, this means this.’ I have got my own personal on-set boy text translators.”—Emma Watson (via watsonlove)
I plan on getting “then sings my soul my Savior God to thee” on my forearm next year (from the hymn How Great Thou Art). I’ve also considered getting “I sing because I’m happy. I sing because I’m free”, or some kind of tree, or Harry Potter chapter art, or “1 Corinthians 15:26”, which says “The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death” (the Bible and HP combined! a dream come true).
17 - Favorite movie:
Can’t pick one. I’ll pick three. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, V for Vendetta, and Little Miss Sunshine.
The static on your arms, it is a catalyst Like a chemical, it burns, there is nothing like this It’s the purest element, but it’s so volatile An equation heaven sent, a drug for angels Strangeness and charm.
“For it was not after we were reconciled to him through the blood of his Son that he began to love us. Rather, he has loved us before the world was created, that we might be his sons along with his only-begotten Son—before we became anything at all. The fact that we were reconciled through Christ’s death must not be understood as if his Son reconciled us to him that he might now begin to love those whom he had hated.”—John Calvin, Institutes, Book 2, XI, 4.
“Truth must enter into the soul, penetrate and saturate it, or else it is of no value. Doctrines held as a matter of creed are like bread in the hand, which ministers no nourishment to the frame; but doctrine accepted by the heart, is as food digested, which, by assimilation, sustains and builds up the body. In us truth must be a living force, an active energy, an indwelling reality, a part of the woof and warp of our being. If it be in us, we cannot henceforth part with it. A man may lose his garments or his limbs, but his inward parts are vital, and cannot be torn away without absolute loss of life. A Christian can die, but he cannot deny the truth. Now it is a rule of nature that the inward affects the outward, as light shines from the centre of the lantern through the glass: when, therefore, the truth is kindled within, its brightness soon beams forth in the outward life and conversation.”—C. H. Spurgeon, Morning & Evening Devotionals