everything i have ever wanted

Soft boys in flower crowns, this must be heaven (ᅌᴗᅌ✿) 

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a series of unlikely crossovers:

That musical crossover was so cheesy and romantic and beautiful and everything I’ve ever wanted in life and we have been truly blessed. Between the singing, the adorable superflash tap dancing duet, the self realizations/character love growth for Kara and Barry, the true love/true love’s kiss saving all concept, KARA FORGIVING MON-EL, BARRY SINGING HIS PROPOSAL, and the happy endings for the otps, I don’t think I’ve ever been happier.

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mom: so how’s college going?
me:
me:
me: great

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Jiwoo singing Blood Sweat & Tears

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i. she is the first thing i see in the morning, and she is all tangled hair and dark eyes and stretching legs and white sheets and tired smiles. i look at her and see everything i have ever wanted and i think WHY DID YOU BREAK HER HEART?

ii. i dance with her at midnight in the middle of a stranger crowd. she is laughing and her voice is breaking as she chants the words to a song that will always remind me of her. i hear that voice and all i want is for it to whisper my name, and i think WHY DID YOU BREAK HER HEART?

iii. she cries to me on the phone at 3am, and i bite my nails and beg for a way to ease this pain she is feeling, a way to comfort her and love her the way she needs me to. every sob is ice through my chest and i think WHY DID YOU BREAK HER HEART?

iv. we are silent as we drink our coffee and read our books, inhaling the burning fire and this mornings perfume and nothing but passion and passion for each other. she’s wearing her glasses and she drags her eyes from her novel to look into mine, and i think WHY DID YOU BREAK HER HEART?

—  you left her in pieces, but i will fix her | j.r.
  • Mary: Oh, God. John, I think this is it
  • John: No, no, no, no. It's not. That's
  • Mary: You made me so happy. You gave me everything I could ever, ever have wanted.
  • John: Shhhh, Mary, Mary, shhh
  • Mary: Look after Rosie. Promise me.
  • John: I promise
  • Mary: No
  • John: Yes, I promise
  • Mary: Promise me!
  • John: I promise, I promise. Shhh
  • Mary: Hey, Sherlock. I so like you. Did I ever tell you
  • Sherlock: Yes, yes, you did
  • Mary: I'm sorry for… for shooting you that time. I'm really sorry.
  • Sherlock: It's all right
  • Mary: I think we're even now, OK?
  • Sherlock: Ok.
  • Mary: Oh, I think we're…
  • John: Mary, Mary…
  • Mary: even, definitely even
  • Mary: You were my whole world. Being Mary Watson… was the only life worth living.
  • John: Mary…
  • Mary: Thank you

Learning to read was hard for Cass.  Interpreting the written word is far different from interpreting body language, and Cass’s brain is wired differently as a result of her abusive childhood.  But after Cass had to ask Steph to read a ransom note aloud in order to continue chasing down criminals (Batgirl vol. 2), she realized that knowing how to read would be useful.

[Batgirl #67]

Because of Cass’s learning disability, it takes her a long time to make significant progress.  Babs coaches her and explores different methods of learning, and eventually Cass is able to read full length novels (albeit slowly).  When Cass did learn how to read, she fell in love with books.  A well-written book is far less predictable than a person, and Cass loved how words seemed to make places and characters come alive in her head.  She would read anything from historical fiction to high fantasy, but quickly became able to tell when a story was poorly written.  The characters would seem less real, and the words wouldn’t flow as easily.  Cass began to spend a lot of free time in the library, and Babs would point out good books that she remembered from her time as a librarian.  Tim also had quite a repertoire of books from his childhood, since he needed something to entertain himself with when his parents were away.  He let Cass have free reign of his collection and gave her recommendations.  The rest of the batfamily also began to gift her books that they enjoyed when they learned about her new passion.

Cass never grew tired of how written words could somehow transform into people as though personalities were interwoven into pages.  She marveled at how she could spend hours completely immersed in a story, oblivious to the world around her (or as oblivious as she can get with her skills).  Books had opened up entire worlds for her.  She secretly hoped that someday she would be able to create worlds of her own.    

i wish i could do things right and i wish i had motivation to get up