On a Concrete Column
With a Summer Shirt
In the Ballet Room
Many of you have probably already heard that Supernatural will be ending after the upcoming 15th season, and like many of you, I am also very sad. But I am also happy because I think we have had a very good fifteen years. Of course, not all of us have been here the whole time, myself included. I only started watching about 9 months ago, and I started writing these before I even got to season 13.
Nonetheless, it has been a fan-freaking-tastic run, with so much creativity and love and community in the fandom. We’re all wild and crazy but so quick to become serious and defend one another should we need to. We’re like a family now, and just because the show is ending does not mean that family is no longer family, or that family members will not come and go as the years go on.
I still plan on writing and creating as long as I am inspired to, as long as you all still want me to, and as long as I still feel like a welcome member of our big, old Supernatural family. And I really hope all of you will stick around, too.
Thank you so much, and I can’t wait for this final year and whatever may come afterward.
Here’s the Nickelodeon schedule for the week of March 25 to March 31, 2019.
I really don’t have a lot to say about this schedule, it’s pretty standard. New episodes of Beast Morphers, Rise of the TMNT, RBUK, Alvinnn!!! and the Chipmunks, Game Shakers, Cousins for Life, and Knight Squad premiere on Saturday. New Crashletes on Thursday night.
ouch. Trying not to be hurt by this…is it because I also killed you? @hqnjonas
|| Get to know NICK WILDE who’s TWENTY-EIGHT years old and works as a POLICE OFFICER in town. He is from CORONA and is often times mistaken for MICHAEL B. JORDAN while others say he reminds them of NICK from ZOOTOPIA. ||
Take a peek at his story:
Nick wild was always categorized as a delinquent. When he was younger, growing up in the part of town that he did, most everyone refused to take the chance to get to know him and instead immediately treated him as if he were a criminal. The rich would instantly assume he was going to ask for money when, in reality, all he wanted was to be kind and offer help. Nick was the sort of child who wanted to push the grocery cart or help old ladies across the street but because of where he grew up no one believed he could be genuinely good. No one believed a child of his background could help without wanting something in return.
Raised by a single mother who spent hours at work just so she could get food on the table, Nick hated that people could be so cruel. Sure, he could handle it, but the things they said about his mother? Or even about his friends in the neighborhood who were worse off financially than the Wilde’s (a pretty strange concept to him as they, themselves, were basically living out of a box)? It just wasn’t right. Nick knew that no one should be treated that way. Did Nick try to change the minds of the people he met though? No… no he didn’t. They could believe what they wanted but Nick would prove to them that they were idiots. He would make a stand once and for all. So, he joined the police force. It was difficult but with a little time he managed to change the minds of most people that met him and is now serving justice happily to those that deserve it.
How does he feel about coming to Corona?
Face claim change?
not allowed | poc suggested | poc must | discuss with admin
|| Interested in NICK? Fortunately he’s OPEN. ||
Tiempo libre, demasiado
Looking to the Side