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Elizabeth Ruby
06 December 2010 @ 08:57 pm

No particular reason for the above.

So leave word and I will most definitely add you.
Elizabeth Ruby
25 June 2008 @ 01:19 pm
'Don't laugh at spinsters, dear girls, for often very tender, tragic romances are hidden away in the hearts that beat so quietly under the sober gowns, and many silent sacrifices of youth, health, ambition, love itself, make the faded faces beautiful in God's sight. Even the sad, sour sisters should be kindly dealt with, because they have missed the sweetest part of life, if for no other reason; and, looking at them with compassion, not contempt, girls in their bloom should remember that they too may miss the blossom time; that rosy cheeks don't last forever, that silver threads will come in the bonnie brown hair, and that, by-and-by, kindness and respect will be as sweet as love and admiration now.'

-Louisa May Alcott
taken from Good Wives
Disposition: soresore
Melody: Prokofiev//Romeo and Juliet Balcony Scene
Elizabeth Ruby
15 October 2007 @ 08:48 pm
What. The. Fuck. Australia.

Ben McKenzie - you are an artist in the true sense of the world.

Disposition: pissed offpissed off
Melody: Ben McKenzie//Higher Ground
Elizabeth Ruby
22 December 2006 @ 08:23 pm
Dear Ms Rowling,

I realize you are a very< busy person. What with writing the finale of possibly the greatest series of all time (in my humble opinion) you probably don’t read fan mail. Alternatively, since you’re so popular and quite rich you probably can hire someone to read your fan mail and pass on any letters about kids dying of some disease and their last wish is to be written into the last Harry Potter book. In that case – hello to the nice person reading this! I hope you’ll find it in your heart to pretend I am a small child dying of some disease and pass this on to Ms Rowling.
Anyway, I am drifting far from my point here so, onwards!
I am writing to you about this absolutely fantastic idea that I (and possibly you and possibly many others) have had. I’m a pretty crazy hardcore Harry Potter fan and am dreading the end of this delightful series as that then signifies I HAVE NOTHING MORE TO BE OBSESSED ABOUT! But I’m not going to sit here and ask you to not kill off Harry etc etc and write more books about his life etc etc. BUT I have written to ask you - nay - plead you to continue my Harry Potter obsession well into my adult years. I think it would be absolutely fanfreakingtabulous if you would could write a prequel to the Harry Potter books. As I imagine (after I was left extremely disappointed after the final book of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events) there will be MANY things left unanswered after the conclusion of the Seventh book. So a prequel (aka The Marauder Years) would fill in heaps of unanswered gaps along with shutting up many obnoxious fan fiction writers (Hermione NEVER traveled back in time and fell in love with Remus Lupin. NEVER.) along with continuing the Harry Potter saga along with making you a whole bunch more money.
Of course, I am just a sixteen year old Australian girl who is almost failing English Literature and you are a multi-millionaire author and creator of the world’s greatest character - so you don’t have to listen to me.
But myself, along with MANY of my Harry Potter obsessed friends would fall over with dizzy-ness if you wrote such a prequel.

Yours sincerely,

Liz Edwards.
Melody: The Doors//Light My Fire
Elizabeth Ruby
09 December 2006 @ 03:05 pm
Christmas List:

1. Vouchers - music, books, online, anything.
2. Recommendations for fantastic and brilliant pop and dance artists/tracks.
3. A bust of Ludwig Van Beethoven.
4. A red lipstick that actually looks good on me - ie. crimson/blue-red.
5. Law & Order DVDs - SVU or CI.
6. A new iPod. D:
7. A new MySpace layout. :)
8. MAKEUP - anything.
9. Anything to do with Harry Potter.
10. A good, well written, strictly canon Tonks/Remus fanfic? :D

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I'm not actually expecting anyone to do this, but I thought it would be fun anyway! :)
Melody: Gwen Stefani//Flourescent