I literally can’t even right now!!!! 😖😖 

Like Ezra vs Possesed!Kanan fight is going to be so hard for me to watch! (Space Dad and Blueberry fighting is going to hurt!) 

MAUL GET OUT OF EZZY’S HEAD, YOU COCKROACH! He’s NOT your Apprentice, he’s KANAN’S! Ezra is Kanan’s kid, so gtfo

(Urgh, I’m not ready for this episode. Because I know that this is where shit is going to hit the fan, this is where the metaphorical axe is going to drop and by the looks of it, it looks like it will end on a cliffhanger of bad proportions.)

 @meldy-arts I’m scared. I’m not readyyyyy 😫I thought I was but I’m not


Fond this on Twitter. Thought I’d share here. :P

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(Please don’t hate me.)

Summary: After meeting Alfred on an online site for omegas and alphas to find a mate, Arthur decides to make a trip to America to find out if Alfred really is the right mate for him, and if Alfred will think Arthur is the right one too.
AU: Omegaverse AU, Cowboy AU
Warnings: This will be a slow start fic kinda. In later chapters there will be NSFW content but for now just expect fluff and awkwardness.

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You smiled as Dean fixed the white sheet that was pulled over your daughters’ head. The two holes that you had cut out of the white sheet were now down around her mouth instead of up at her eyes.

This year for Halloween she wanted to be a ghost.

And Dean was more than happy to dress her up as one. He wasn’t sure that he was going to be able to survive one more night of her singing frozen while dressed up as Elsa.

You walked over to where Dean was standing, handing his daughter a pumpkin trick-or-treat bucket and handed him his brown cowboy hat.

He turned his head to look at you, placing the hat on top of his head; the sandy brown cowboy costume seemed to make his green eyes even shine even brighter. You couldn’t remember a day where he looked happier. He was about to go out with his daughter pretending to be someone he wasn’t.

“Let’s go, Cowboy. We don’t want the neighbors to run out of candy,” you said after pressing a quick kiss to your husband’s lips.

You held your hand out for your daughter to take and started to walk toward the front door of the Bunker where Sam was waiting. Somehow your daughter managed to convince him to wear moose antlers.

“Wait, you’re not going anywhere,” Dean said wrapping his hand around your upper arm pulling you back towards him. “Where’s your costume?”

“I’m wearing it, Dean. I’m going as the sexy, responsible mother.”

The food wasn’t anything too, too special; but the meal was everything. What made this dinner everything was that it was the first Thanksgiving we were all able to have together - last year I was in Guangzhou, Maddie was with mommy in Guizhou and Liam was with my parents in the states, we were fractured, hurting and licking our wounds. But then something miraculous happened, we all fought hard, were supported by family and friends alike and now we’re together. For this I will always be thankful - for our perseverance and for all those that aided in our journey home, that held us up when our backs were nearly broken, Thank you.

     - L.C.

*Note - I don’t often share about me, at least the very core of what makes me who I am today. The world may have tried to kill us, but we’ll hold each other and know no fear.

A first grade teacher explains to her class that she is a Philadelphia Eagles fan. She asks her students to raise their hands if they, too, are Eagles fans. Everyone in the class raises their hands except one little girl. The teacher looks at the little girl with surprise and says, “Jenny, why didn’t you raise your hand?” Jenny replied, “Because I’m not an Eagles fan!” The still shocked teacher asked,……… “Well, if you aren’t a Eagles fan, then who are you a fan of?” Jenny answered, “I’m a Cowboys fan and proud of it!” The teacher couldn’t believe her ears. “Jenny, why in the world are you an Cowboys fan?!” Jenny replied, “Because my mom is a Cowboys fan, my dad is a Cowboys fan, so I’m a Cowboys fan, too!” The teacher answered in a slightly annoyed tone, “That is no reason for you to be a Cowboys fan! You don’t have to be just like your parents all of the time. What if your mom was a moron and your dad was a moron, what would you be then?!” Jenny smiled and said, “Then I’d be a Philadelphia Eagles fan!”