So this is my last ever post on this account. If you didn’t read the other post I made about leaving then basically I don’t stan Robert Pattinson as much as I used to (no particular reason, I’ve just moved on), and so I don’t enjoy this account anymore. But before I go I wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who’s liked, followed, commented and DMed me throughout the time I’ve been on this account, it really means a lot to me. I will be leaving my page up instead of deactivating it, partly because I’m proud of how far this account has come. However, even though I won’t be posting, I do expect people to still give credit as usual and if you see someone who hasn’t given credit then you can message me on my other account, @southsidejcnes . I’m not sure when I’m actually going to log out because I want to post some stuff on my story and change my highlights but I’m on holiday right now and don’t have much time to do that. If anyone wants to message me or follow me on a different account, my new account is @southsidejcnes . Thank you everyone who helped make this account so successful, I enjoyed most of my time on here. Goodbye, from robs_jawine
“I like the night. Without the dark, we’d never see the stars.” This is one of my all time favorite quotes and it comes from the Twilight series. Edward Cullen said it in the very first book. I keep this quote close to me to remind myself that we sometimes need the bad so we know when somethings good. 🐕
Day 19: Favorite Quote for #octbookstagram18 🐕
Today I watched #twilight10th with my friend @nicolebelleca. It was a different experience then the first time that I had watched it 10 years ago.
When the actors for Bella and Edward were announced, I remember being so angry. They were not who I envisioned for those roles. I swore I would not watch this movie, then I broke down. I eventually caved when I attended the Breaking Dawn signing event in Los Angeles and got to listen to Catherine Hardwick talk about the movie.
At that point something shifted for me and I became interested. It was all further cemented when I met a few #twilightmoms and we attended the red carpet premiere.
The rest is history... this book changed a lot of things in my life. My reading habits changed. I created a blog because of it. I have met some talented authors and I met amazing people that are now some of my best friends. Whatever anyone may say about this whole Twilight franchise it will always hold a special place in my heart.
I am curious did anyone go to see this today? Or will this coming Tuesday?
Almost 10 years ago in November 2008 while sitting in the theater to watch the first @twilight film, I suffered a medical emergency and had to leave. Today I was able to see it on the big screen from start to finish at Destiny USA in Syracuse, NY. It felt oddly emotional and satisfying. Here is the beautiful poster I received. ~Kristin #robertpattinson#twilight10th#twilight#edwardcullen#teamedward