Ahoy There! I'm Haneen Ibrahim, a mad Linguist, who teaches children, cheers for FC Barcelona and reads a bit too much, and lately a BTS ARMY.
I also mix all that in the goblet whenever I return from a voyage in a parallel universe by the TARDIS and come up with some crazy fiction, this I guess makes me a writer in the real world.
State Of Day. Why? O why do I keep doing this to
myself? Days ago I watched the final episode of the Korean Drama Gaksital “Bridal
Mask”. A periodic about the last years of the Japanese invasion of Korea and the
uprising leading to independence. And this drama was heart wrenching. No wonder
the two leads got the shooting cut many times, they couldn’t stop crying
because it was all so painful.
They cried and they were acting it, you can imagine what it
did to me watching it. Good side is discovering a new remarkable Korean actor,
Park Ki-Woong who played the tragic villain Kimura Shunji, a psychopath you
And. Goodbye Champions League, there will
always be next year, cheer up boys. Visca Barca!
Your Captain is here for team L for the annual A to Z blogging
Luka Martin from the Tv series Vampire Diaries
First of all, before you all go “Ew Haneen! Vampire
diaries? for cry out loud!”
Yes, you are correct. Bad show. I do not know how many
seasons were made or what happened to the characters nor do I even
care…anymore. You see at its first seasons VD was really good. A thrilling, action-packed,
romance at its best, the pot of gold and awesomeness.
That of course until it deteriorated into a pathetic
ridiculous air bag of nothingness.
I lost interest. Forever. Boo!
But…from those few seasons, the show had some amazing
characters that passed by but left a trail of lasting effect on my memory.
One of those characters was Luka Martin.
Luka, who preferred to be called “warlock”, appeared in
season two as a fellow witch helping Bonnie (the central which in VD) in casting
spells and finding answers. After awhile the group discover that he and his
father Martin are agents for an original Vampire called Elijah.
what I appreciated about Luka is his loyalty to his
family. In a scene Bonnie uses a spell on
him to get him tell her why they came to town, and even then, unconscious, it took him quite the struggle to speak. “I can’t. He will kill her” he was crying.
He and his father had a deal with Elijah, they help him eliminate his powerful original brother Klaus and he helps them rescue their
sister Greta who Klaus kidnapped and uses now as his own personal witch.
The group offer their own assistance instead of the
deluding Elijah, the very reasonable Luka says it’s a good idea but old Martin
says No! we stick to the plan with Elijah.
Then happens the tragedy.
I appreciated the way he lived, but the way he died? Man,
that is a whole other story.
Old man sends Luka (through a spell in astral form) to the Salvatore
house to resurrect a dead Elijah, the vampires discover someone’s there, set
him on fire by a flamethrower.
Luka returns back to his father, burning, screaming in great
agony (still screaming in my head) he falls down. And dies.
End of story.
His father goes to avenge him, gets killed. Last episode Greta
gets killed. Family whipped from existence.
Such a waist.
A talented, good young man, I bet he got straight As at
school. From the stylish way he dresses, the way he speaks, that’s a boy who
see those books? told ya
All he wanted was to save his sister and dies in this
horrible fashion. God it hurt. I wrote a short story inspired by his character
and untimely death.
Now. He’s good at witchcraft, higher in rank than Bonnie herself at the time. He’s a thinker, trust worthy and outgoing. Luka is a team member I refuse to pass.
Lewis from the movie Meet the Robinsons
Ah! The cutest animation show you can ever see. I always
love me a genius. Always. And Little Lewis did not disappoint.
All this orphan boy wanted was to find a loving family. He
used his beautiful mind and invented a memory scanner to help him scan his own memory
in order to know who his real mother is. (she left him at the
There is time travelling, there is family meetings, evil
mastermind flying hats and childhood friends who turned enemies and a bright
future. But the greatest thing about this movie is that our little boy has all
his dreams come true at the end, he finds a loving family to adopt him and a
wonderful space of his own to exploit his powers and invent and produce
and keep inventing amazing things.
Lewis is such a sweet little kid, you gotta love him and his
“keep moving forward” phrase (a Walt Disney saying) ask him to fix anything, to
invent your wildest dreams, he will spend sleepless nights to make it happen.
Deserves to be in the L dream team.
Leading this due of youngsters is a legendary player I
mentioned more than once on this blog and during past challenges and I’m
positive I’ll keep doing it. The one and only first Captain of this Barca squad,
Andres Iniesta Luján
we are always okay under your lead Iniesta
I said it a lot before, I genuinely respect and like this
man. The best midfielder in the world and of his generation, and the one that guides the boys during winnings, and if they lose he keeps the team together and
leads by example.
with fellow team mate Arda Turan. So cute!
A decorated player that won all that is possible either with
Barcelona or Spain from the best team in the world, la Ligai, Copa dil Ray,
super cup, Champions League, Euro and even the world Cup 2010. And more a nice, really nice guy, quiet and humble.
You can read more
about this wonderful player in this previous post.
So. Ah! this team, so fine. Iniesta will
plan fantastically (Ahoy, midfielder!) Lewis will invent and Luka will add the
touch of magic needed. A team that leads indeed. Perfection.
You like it?
Oh just wait for tomorrow, I got you one dream team you