Supergirl S2 Finale 'Nevertheless, she persisted' Review
Supergirl vs. Queen Rhea of Daxamite
It was such an badass episode!!!! The battle between Superman&Supergirl was pretty cool!
It's good to see Superman back giving some cousin love&support to Supergirl.
And they showed Zod! That means he's
coming next season!
It showed how strong Supergirl is. She is a hero who is selfless, and is able to make the hard choice. The scene between her and Mon-El before he leave is so sad&emotional😢
You can feel their love is so strong👍❤️
Hopefully we see Mon-El suit up next season!
And of course I always love the scene between Cat and Kara, how she always gives her advise and support her. ”Get go them, Supergirl.” Before she said that, I was like I think she know Kara is Supergirl. And then I was right!
👏👏Around of applause to the CG team! This ep. looks so good! Prob. the best CG ep. yet.
It reminds me the fight with Superman&Zod in 'Man of Steel' when Supergirl&Rhea fight!
Last but not least, they did really great with the last scene where Supergirl fly into the air and her tears just can't stop but to drop down, and it goes back and forward with Mon-El.
That scene made my heart hurt. You can tell how much she loves him. Looks like he lost control of the ship of something.
That post credit scene tho. Who is the baby that they sent out when Krypton was getting destroyed 35 years ago?
See you guys in the Fall for Supergirl S3 posts!
Our girl and #kindnessactivist Susan couldn't wait to get out and about the Capital sporting our Protest is the New Brunch tee. She told us it made a woman at Trader Joe's smile. That seriously makes us do a happy dance. If you dig this shirt too, you can find the link in profile. #protestisthenewbrunch
Last post before I wrap this whole graduation shenanigans. I'm feeling hella blessed to be able to go through this crazy journey. Those that know me personally know that I spent my four years trying to make a difference. From opening clubs, to speaking up about unfair treatment or even helping with what I could. I had my ups and downs in my personal life that impacted my academic activity. But through it all I worked hard to earn a place as a latinx. I was able to obtain an internship at an amazing hospital, I was able to intern with a great nurse who became not just my mentor but a great friend. I established friendships and relationships with people that I will forever cherish.
Thank you to everyone who helped made this possible. From the amazing educators, to my mentors, and even the random people in the halls who would smile and brighten my day. There is so much more I can say but I can only show that I am living proof that anything is possible with perseverancia y dedicación. "Nevertheless she persisted" •
Medal Monday: Airbnb BK Half Edition.
Truth be told, distance running is not easy. And at some point, it really just becomes all about mental toughness.
There were tons of time on this course when I thought " Wow, this is really hard." And in those moments, two things would happen. A huge smile would come over my face, which has now become my natural response to all things that I perceive to be hard. It's my way of reminding myself to be grateful for the journey that I'm on, no matter how hard it gets. Images would then pop up in my mind from times in my life where I persevered through some pretty tough challenges, and came out victorious.
There will always be bumps in the road - sometimes so big, that we literally think "This is the end." But always remember why you started, and hold on with all you've got to the end. Unspeakable joy awaits you at that finish line. Finish strong! 🙏🏾💪🏾🌎🏃🏾♀️❤🏅
[On that note, Coney Island was such a treat! 😄]
Purchase fresh flowers and arrange them yourself even when tragedy takes place among the chaos of the world. This touch of refreshment created a tiny ripple effect of peace in the world.
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Yes, Facebook stranger, I will call you out on your bullshit. #neverthelessshepersisted#persist#fearlessgirl This image is inspired by the bronze sculpture that adorns Wall Street. Kristen Visbal's Fearless Girl staring down Arturo Di Modica's Charging Bull were installed almost 30 years apart with different intentions. This recent and controversial pairing has become a popular symbol of the national and worldwide outcry by advocates for women's rights, health and human rights. I carve rubber stamps, hide them in public places, then leaves clues for strangers to find the stamps and make their own print of the images.