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yaelmorello:

"I had a special time in season two with Uzo doing that little scene in the Valentine’s Day episode where Lorna and Suzanne/Crazy Eyes have a conversation about love. I thought that was so unexpected in a way. Lorna’s been so racist up until this moment. You never see her outside of her white tribe and then she’s revealing her deepest secrets to Suzanne. That was so beautiful that Suzanne took care of Lorna and they understood each other so well in that moment. I love when characters surprise you. People are complicated. We don’t subscribe to one way of being and so I kind of really enjoyed that Lorna was growing with this unexpected friend. That was one of my most treasured scenes."

citiesiveneverbeento:

I recently got this tattoo of the coordinates to Madison Square Garden, where the New York Rangers play. Underneath the coordinates is a compass and the numbers of my two favorite players….( 24 Ryan Callahan & 30 Henrik Lundqvist) When I was explaining to the artist the importance of the tattoo, I couldn’t really get the right words to come out and express how much this place, this team, and this sport means to me. I found this quote on Tumblr and as I was reading it, I realized that this encompasses what I love so much about hockey…….
"People follow a sport like hockey and they look for symbolism. They want the game to mean something. They want the game to matter. So to them, a fresh sheet of ice, just after the Zamboni has made its final spray of water, presents the purest vision of possibility they could imagine. Skates being sharpened over and over and over again, our meditation on perfection. And the routines and rituals that surround the rink are a language of dedication in need of no translation. To them, games aren’t meant to be seen, they’re meant to be felt. Blood points a path directly to the heart. Sweat, a trail to the soul. And tears, a connection to a conviction that people search for their entire lives. The ones who look for something more, who believe in something more, are the ones who turn close games into unforgettable nights. Who transforms great players into heroes for all time. And, who no matter what, maintain unwavering faith in the incredible. There are people out there who look at something like hockey, and they want the game to matter. So it does." 
Although I live exactly 2,794.82 miles from the Garden and I may not be out on the ice with my Rangers, they will always have a special place in heart and that’s where they’ll stay no matter where my current coordinates are. Those coordinates on my arm will always point me home. I know that one day, eventually, I will get there and be able to cheer on my team from a seat in the world’s most famous arena. 
I am and always will be a New York Ranger. <3
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citiesiveneverbeento:

I recently got this tattoo of the coordinates to Madison Square Garden, where the New York Rangers play. Underneath the coordinates is a compass and the numbers of my two favorite players….( 24 Ryan Callahan & 30 Henrik Lundqvist) When I was explaining to the artist the importance of the tattoo, I couldn’t really get the right words to come out and express how much this place, this team, and this sport means to me. I found this quote on Tumblr and as I was reading it, I realized that this encompasses what I love so much about hockey…….

"People follow a sport like hockey and they look for symbolism. They want the game to mean something. They want the game to matter. So to them, a fresh sheet of ice, just after the Zamboni has made its final spray of water, presents the purest vision of possibility they could imagine. Skates being sharpened over and over and over again, our meditation on perfection. And the routines and rituals that surround the rink are a language of dedication in need of no translation. To them, games aren’t meant to be seen, they’re meant to be felt. Blood points a path directly to the heart. Sweat, a trail to the soul. And tears, a connection to a conviction that people search for their entire lives. The ones who look for something more, who believe in something more, are the ones who turn close games into unforgettable nights. Who transforms great players into heroes for all time. And, who no matter what, maintain unwavering faith in the incredible. There are people out there who look at something like hockey, and they want the game to matter. So it does." 

Although I live exactly 2,794.82 miles from the Garden and I may not be out on the ice with my Rangers, they will always have a special place in heart and that’s where they’ll stay no matter where my current coordinates are. Those coordinates on my arm will always point me home. I know that one day, eventually, I will get there and be able to cheer on my team from a seat in the world’s most famous arena. 

I am and always will be a New York Ranger. <3

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