At his first tomato harvest, he said, “Look! All the tomatoes have been picked. They all grew up and went to our stomachs. That is the rule of tomatoes. Yes, tomatoes have rules, and I will tell you all the rules you need to know for school and having fun and staying alive. Have all the experience you can. Experience is wonderful. It teaches you how to recognize all your mistakes so that, when you make then over and over again, you know what you’re doing. And don’t be discouraged by fat books! In every fat one, there is a thin one trying to get out. And don’t put grease on your hair the night before you’re going to have a big test, because everything might slip your mind. Always remember that a closed mouth gathers no feet, and never get into fights with kids who have ugly faced because they have nothing to lose. And never, no matter what, play leapfrog with a unicorn.”
‘Nonno Frankie’ - Paul Zindel 1993
when McGonagall finds out that Ginny is pregnant, and that the Weasley and Potter bloodlines will converge, she marks on her calender the day the child will turn 11 and that is the day she retires
Current Mood: about to write a 50 page thesis on why Taylor Swift is my favorite person ever
You know you’re really bored when you find yourself watching the Twilight series.