Grace Kelly in Rear Window (1954) dir. by Alfred Hitchcock
favourite Nancy Drew locations in no particular order ● [14/?]
→ Glaucus Lodge (SPY)
At last, I am free. I am a ruined vessel of sorrow and regret, but I am free. (x)
asked by tanaquil
4: What’s something you really want right now?
To stop being scared and go to the bathroom. I read a lot of Stephen King today and now I’m pissing myself at every sound, this needs to sTOP.
15: Would you rather visit a zoo or an art museum?
Generally an art museum, but now - a zoo. I wanted to go to one in Munich but I didn’t have enough time on my hands, so.
24: Is there a certain quote you live by?
“Glaube ist stark, doch manchmal ist Glaube Selbstbetrug” *cries*
55: How is your hair?
I don’t really understand this question, haha. Mid-back length, brown (dark brown?), straight, not really healthy. Nothing to add here.
56: What do you usually do first in the morning?
I was gonna say “cry/think about Pia Douwes/think about my crush” but no, first of all I check my phone. And if I have to get up early, I remind myself about something good that’s going to happen soon, or just think about Pia Douwes. It really does help, especially the latter.
72: What is your ringtone?
Die Welt gehört mir, but my phone is on vibration most of the time so I don’t hear it often.
1: Is there a boy/girl in your life?
There is a hopeless crush in my life, if that counts.
8: What’s the background on your cell?
I can’t attach a picture to the post because I’m on my phone, but it’s a picture from one of Pia Douwes’ photoshoots. (to quote a friend who saw that pic on my background: “aww, I get why you like her so much, she’s adorable”)
38: What do your friends call you?
My best friend calls me the word that can be translated into English as something like “sugar”. Otherwise, only by name. Demi calls me Marinacorn sometimes, though.
89: What is something you wish you had more of?
Courage, independence, talent, purpose, adventures, MONEY
90: Have you ever trusted someone too much?
I’m not a trusting person, but yes, I probably have.
- Sally, I’m afraid this wouldn’t work out. You’re much