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wait is sarah bonnie and damon’s daughter?

i mean she literally a perfect mix of those two

like this isn’t me dreaming of some perfect bamon au

she’s never seen her dad

and i’m guessing 1994 would be around the time she’d be born

damon said he still has his fangs but is he really still a vampire?

bonnie could hear better than him

time travel is a messy thing

holy shit is sarah bonnie and damon’s daughter

and she can’t find her parents because they’re stuck in 1994

But what interests me most right now is that Damon said that May 10th 1994 is his own personal hell. Given that episode 4 will be a Defan flashback to 1994 I’m pretty sure it’ll be May 10th. And that is also probably the last time the brothers saw each other and completely fell out and that is Damon’s idea of hell

Caroline and Enzo having breakfast. “Is that blood or pie? Please say it’s pie.”

Bonnie and Damon meandering through a vacant 1994 Mystic Falls. “I’m going to tell Elena how much I love her…and then apologize for killing you.”

The common denominator: Snark. Slights. Sarcasm.

Why, yes. This is the stuff brOTP dreams are made of!

Ok I have a theory about May 10, 1994

On the second day that Bonnie and Damon were in this “alternate time travelling universe” they saw the solar eclipse again and Damon saw it was May 10th.. AGAIN! As soon as he saw this his frowned and said “Well that proves it, we’re in hell. My own personal, custom built hell. And you’re in it with me” 

My Theory:We all know Grams. She’ll do anything for Bonnie. So why send her to a deserted Mystic Falls with Damon Salvatore (unless Damon is her peace, but I’ll get into that later) But, why send her to 1994!!!!!, I’m more than positive she wasn’t even born yet!! I was born in ‘94 I’m 20 and a junior in college. Bonnie / Caroline/ Elena are Sophomores in college so they MIGHT just be turning 20. I graduated HS at 17.But Bonnie birthday was a few months ago (when Katherine said something about it for the first time) Who knows? TVD’s timeline is screwed up.
But anyway, this time period has to be something Damon - related. Why else would he say “personal/custom built.” At first I thought he was being smart and referring to being with Bonnie but then he said “And you’re with me” Something happened to Damon or Damon did something on this day that makes him not want to be here and Grams being grams sent them there. (Maybe trying to teach him a lesson

 I have another theory
In the flashbacks we saw Damon In the late 80’s he just sleep with Lexi in New York and turned his humanity off. New York isn’t that far from Virginia. So maybe he made his way back to Mystic Falls to see Stefan (to tell him to stop sending Lexi to try to fix him) and remembered his promise to Emily. (In MY timeline: Baby Bonnie Bennett is just being born) so he checks up on her… (dot dot dot) that’s all I have right now. The Sheila Bennett I have in my head never does anything without a reason so maybe Bonnie can’t find peace until Damon finds his. By righting whatever wrong he did in 1994. 

I was re watching the Bamon moments and a light bulb went off and I started rambling. I tried to keep my rose colored shipper goggles off when I made this post because I honestly want to know why they ended up here. What do you guys think?


Elizabeth Maria Peña
Born: September 23, 1959, Elizabeth, New Jersey, U.S.
Died: October 14, 2014 (aged 55), Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Height: 5’ 2” (1.57 m)
She was an American actress and director.
Parents: Estella Margarita and Mario Pena
Spouse: Hans Rolla (m. 1994)
Children:  Kaelan Rolla, Fiona Rolla
Elizabeth Pena, film and TV actress, dies after short illness
Cuban-American had also done voice work for The Incredibles, American Dad
October 15 2014 - cbc news
"I am stunned and heartbroken, just found out about the passing of my friend Elizabeth Pena. She was such a Life Force it’s hard to believe." - Lou Diamond Phillips @LouDPhillips twitter
     Elizabeth Pena, the versatile actress who shifted between dramatic roles in such films as Lone Star and La Bamba and comedic parts like Down and Out in Beverly Hills and Rush Hour, has died. She was 55.
Pena’s manager, Gina Rugolo, said Wednesday the Cuban-American actress died Tuesday in Los Angeles of natural causes after a brief illness. No other details were provided.
Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Pena’s Hollywood career spanned four decades and included roles in such movies as Times Square, Blue Steel, The Waterdance and Jacob’s Ladder. In filmmaker John Sayles’s Lone Star, she memorably portrayed a history teacher who rekindles a romance with an old flame, played by Chris Cooper.
Pena appeared on such TV shows as Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law, Dream On, Resurrection Blvd. and Modern Family, where she played the mother of Sofia Vergara’s character, Gloria.
She starred in the 1980s sitcom I Married Dora in the titular role as a housekeeper from El Salvador who weds her employer to avoid deportation.
Pena also provided her voice to Disney-Pixar’s The Incredibles, the Justice League cartoon series and Seth MacFarlane’s American Dad.
Pena most recently appeared on the El Rey Network drama Matador.
"She was a role model, a truly extraordinary performer and an inspiration in every sense of the word," the network said in a statement. "Our thoughts are with Elizabeth’s family and friends during this difficult time. She will be deeply missed."
She is survived by her husband, two children, mother and sister.



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