“I killed myself and went to heaven and yeah, it’s really good in heaven. But I regret it, ‘cause I wanted to live on earth a little longer. You remain dead for all eternity, but you’re alive only for a brief moment.”
See, the problem with how Sara Lance is written in Arrow is that they make you think she’s this brooding, stone cold killer, which she totally is. But once you watch Legends of Tomorrow you realize she’s also just like the BIGGEST FUCKING DORK??? When you’re watching Arrow, you miss out on the finger guns and the peace signs and the trademark Sara Lance smirk. You miss out on the flirting with girls from every era and the “pew” sound she makes when she announces it isn’t her first rodeo. In conclusion, every person should watch legends of tomorrow
concept: series ends with wedding. after kiss some b-rated disney villain wreaks havoc upon the town. MAJOR eyerolls n shrugs from everyone then emma pulls a sword out from under her dress (magic?) and charges into battle. tired pirate boy just wants to enjoy some cake. camera pans overhead out to the entire group of friends and family watching/cheering/screaming as emma is still charging forward. cut to black. end.
Picture credit: @jennyyuu
I keep having a recurring dream of dancing in a forest clearing. With a man whose hair changes with ever step we take. We dance to a dark song, yet I feel comfort within this faceless man’s arms as he guides me over the leaves. Do you know what it means? I know I have never meet this man, but I feel as if I know him all too well. I can’t find him, for his hair is forever changing and his face is never there. I can’t find him for he has no name. I will find him, for who gives me the feeling he does within that dream, I know, is that man.
mood: thinking about christian songs that mention the Lord and relating them to Lorde the singer because I lift her name on high, I love to sing her praises, I’m so glad she’s in my life, and I’m so glad she came to save us