Loves: theatre, classical playwrights, performing, all things pertaining to Felicity Huffman's existence, Desperate Housewives, Sports Night, Melissa Etheridge, dancing to Boogie Shoes, the city, summer nights, the Christmas season, free-spirited lifestyles, dreamcatchers, chasing after dreams, laughter, and this beautiful world.
Lynette Scavo is actually me.
DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES BATTLE: PILOT VS FINALE.
As Susan left her driveway, she had a feeling she was being watched, and she was. The ghosts of people who had been a part of Wisteria Lane were gazing upon her as she passed. They watched her as they watch everyone, always hoping the living could learn to put aside rage and sorrow, bitterness and regret. These ghosts watch, wanting people to remember that: even the most desperate life…is oh so wonderful. But only a lucky few realize the gift they’ve been given. Most people just go on, day after day, trying in vain to keep secrets that will never stay hidden.
It will happen to all of us eventually. The moment will come when we ask ourselves: Where did the time go? How did the children I once cradled grow up so very quickly? How did the life I dreamt of turn into a career I never expected? And how did that woman I saw each day in the mirror become someone I don’t even recognize?
-Mary Alice Young.
It's funny. Some people never get to know the folks next door.
They share a fence and nothing else, and we shared everything.
How did we get to be so lucky?
LYNETTE SCAVO: PARENTING // HOW TO MAKE YOUR CHILD GO TO BED.
I suggest you get an air rifle.