i'll go wherever

For being someone who’s always sleeping or talking about sleeping or wishing he were asleep Aizawa sure likes being up late at night, doesn’t he

who would have thought I’d have found yet another reason for finding this man relatable

it’s gettin’ there..
slowly, but it’s gettin’ there…

So che potrei mentire, ma ti sto dicendo la verità
Ovunque io vada c’è un’ombra di te
So che potrei provare a cercare qualcosa di nuovo
Ma ovunque io vada sarò alla ricerca di te.

One Republic - Wherever I go

A few things about that scene in tonight’s Vikings, now that I’ve had a bit of time to gather my thoughts:

  • It had been bothering me all season long that Ragnar’s obviously very genuine baptism at the end of season 3 had been all but forgotten. But now it all makes sense. It’s not about Christian or Pagan. It’s not about Odin or Jesus or Heaven or Valhalla. For Ragnar it is simply a matter of faith. And what was Athelstan if not the embodiment of faith in Ragnar’s eyes? Ragnar’s faith absolutely died with Athelstan.
  • Literally once he survived Paris and went on living back home, it was as a faithless man. It’s not that he doesn’t want to see Athelstan in his Heaven once more. It’s that he has lost the ability to allow himself to believe such a place could even exist.
  • “Athelstan was a man of God.” “And he still died.” Ragnar has lost so many people, and his belief in Gods or an afterlife has never hinged on death. For him death was not a defeat, only a new beginning. Athelstan’s death well and truly stripped him of his faith to the core.
  • So what is he left with if not an eternity in the afterlife with his beloved? Well, seeing the only piece of Athelstan left on this Earth in the form of his only son certainly seemed to bring Ragnar more joy than anything has since the last time he gazed upon Athelstan’s living face.
  • Like I just genuinely feel that seeing Alfred was an essential thing for him before his death. To know some part of Athelstan will go on living. That is a victory for Ragnar in itself.
  • Anyway I do think it’s rlly interesting that they had Ecbert pose the question of which afterlife Athelstan landed in upon his death. I, like Ragnar, have little faith left at this point, but wouldn’t it be lovely if they give us some sign that the two of them will be reunited on the other side after all…
  • Also props to Michael Hirst for at least acknowledging that Ragnar’s downfall and wish for death did indeed spring from Athelstan’s death. In every way that counts, they died together. Ragnar could never get past the burden of such a loss, and everything since then has been in the hopes of ending it all.

A summary of Moana

I love this movie
if i could turn back time (i'll go wherever you will go)

Harry stumbled forward. When he caught his footing he looked at Louis with a confused expression.

“Don’t think that we’re just going to ignore what happened,” Louis said.

Harry looked him dead in the eye then and it was with a shock that Louis realized he looked completely sober. No drugs or alcohol flowing through his veins.

“Lou, it’s not that big of a deal.”

“What?” Louis exclaimed. “Not that big of a deal? Harry, you pushed me. To the ground, might I add.”

Louis can’t handle drug-induced Harry anymore and breaks up with him and Harry wants to fix it, but there’s a surprise along the way.

Oneshot. 25,131 words.
By divinelouis

FEELS. fucking hell. seriously, this is incredibly well written! go get some of this, you need it in your life!

Maybe you can wake up and explain it to me” might just be my favorite quote of all time (so far, anyway).

From his raspy but soothing voice when he says it, to the way Stiles looks at Lydia and holds her hand so tenderly as he talks, to its meaning…

That’s Stydia.

That’s what we’ve been saying for ages, how Stydia is in the little things, how emotional and intimate they’re moments can be however small they may seem compared to what we see in canon ships. These are the moments that matter.

That’s Stydia and that’s why I love them. It completely owns my heart and soul.