what we want in life

"Cosima’s health is always a big concern. The fact that the Leda clones are ill and have historically in the past have become ill and died and that is potentially the track that Cosima is heading down… If there is any way of solving it, that is what we want to find. And having Cosima sick and her life in danger is important to us." John Fawcett (x)

[people talking shit about Lexa and/or Clexa] 

[turns into leslie knope]

Dear Future Boyfriend,

I know thinking about it isn’t going to bring you closer and/or sooner to me, and I know it’s not going to guarantee any of my visions or expectations. But I haven’t lost hope that you are out there, breathing and living without me. I truly hope life is treating you well and any trials you are going through, you learn from and let them make you a better person. As for me, I am still getting to know myself, learning about what I want in life. I know God knows we are not ready to meet yet, but I do hope it’s in his agenda for us. Deep in my heart, I know I probably need you more than I want to. And I hope you are ok with that. Please save me a spot in your heart.


ok i’m sorry but

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I have the fervour of myself for a presence
and my own spirit for light;

H.D., Eurydice VII

The Larents, part 5. Bedtime Stories.

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"How do you pick up the threads of an old life? How do you go on… when in your heart you begin to understand… there is no going back? There are some things that time cannot mend… some hurts that go too deep… that have taken hold."


Get To Know the Fangirl | Ten Female Characters [1/10]
     ↳ Geraldine Granger

You were expecting a bloke? Beard, bible, bad breath? And instead you got a babe with a bob cut and a magnificent bosom.


rei watching haru.


favourite felicity smoak moments from s2


@jccaylen @KianLawley how bout u get ur lazy ass outta bed & come to the gym w me. Subway after. then after that get ur ass beat at Mario kart again


Even after they return from Neverland, Emma is still putting Regina’s training to good use in finding ways to bring a little magic into their lives…

The trouble with explaining what queerness is (to your parents, to straight cis people, to your friends, to yourself) is that as soon as you define queerness as this or that, you have lost it. Once you pin queerness down and establish boundaries of what queer is and what it means, whatever that is isn’t queer anymore. It’s a solidified identity, which is precisely what queer isn’t. And so you have to go in search of the queer again. Every time you try to pin it down, it escapes you: that is queerness’ power. I won’t go so far as to say queerness is the search for the queer, but it is perpetually in motion. This makes people uncomfortable. Being queer can feel a bit like sea-sickness sometimes. Some people may even doubt the existence of the queer, given this notion of queer as horizon (as outlined by Jose Munoz). However, I would argue that unlike saying “Queer is…” saying “I am queer” does not limit queerness in a way that eliminates it. Instead, it enacts the notion of queer as horizon: it opens queer up to the infinite possibilities of your future. It understands your present as one of the possibilities of your past future. To say “I am queer” is not to say that queer is only what you are, but that you are an iteration which can and will expand queerness. You are a queerness which has never heretofore occurred, and all your potential is the realm of queer horizon of being. So the academic understanding of queerness does not destroy queer in lived experience. Queer continues to exist in the potentiality of queer-identified bodies. That is what, or where, queer is.
—  Haley Weaver, Enacting a Queer Ethic of Writing: Sometimes Y

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