miss me kids

you know, one of my favorite things about isak posting about 21:21 is that for us it’s just so obvious, like oh! of course! 21:21, his birthday, his mother mentioning it after he came out to her, to let him know that she’ll always love him no matter what, the night of their first kiss, the o helga natt scene. but the people in isak’s life don’t actually know about all of this like we do. in the skam universe, only isak (and even, and his mother) know

this was isak looking at his phone and without a doubt smiling, isak remembering and being appreciative of all these moments he experienced and wanting to put it out there, in the universe. there is so much love in isak valtersen, sometimes he just has to express it 💝

The New Day’s got your back Seth! Hopefully their power of positivity will help him have a speedy recovery! If not, they better wheel Seth to Wrestlemania so he can beat up Triple H with a crutch.

After they make a quick stop at Trip’s house though.

  • me: I know it's hard to accept that atem is gone and we all miss him but it is what had to happen,we cannot control destiny and he is where he is supposed to be,with his loved ones and he is happy,I'm sure he smiles when he remembers his adventures with the gang but he is better off there.
  • also me: BRING ATEM BACK 2K17!

ɪ sᴛɪʟʟ ᴍɪss ʏᴏᴜ…


(I assume that Alya knows and that’s why Mari texts her about this xD. Let’s say that “Zalya” wasn’t working for Marinette and she changed her contact name for something with H, okay? (?)

I’m back!!)

anonymous asked:

Do Oliver and Felicity in the Firebird ever have children?


They make their first baby in the stone cabin Oliver made with his own hands for them. It’s many years later and they’re both happy and settled, as settled as they can be. Some days are still a little hard, especially for him. Some days, he still completely withdraws and those days, Felicity leaves him be, knowing he’ll find his way back to her every time. 

But years later, they decide they’re ready. The first time Felicity gets pregnant, she panics. Surprisingly, it’s Oliver who’s completely calm and extremely happy, his face glowing with a smile she’d never really seen. 

He puts his hand on her stomach, looks into her eyes and says, “This is ours.”

And she calms down. 

It’s a good pregnancy, Oliver experiencing everything with her every step of the way. He completely renovates the room beside their bedroom in the house, adds in a connecting door, makes it a big, beautiful nursery. Digg and Lyla and Baby Sara, who isn’t so much of a baby anymore, are frequent visitors and shower them with gifts for the baby. Digg and Oliver have become brothers. Oliver sometimes independently helps Digg with a few cases but other than that, he chooses to be a happy househusband and stay at home dad. Especially when Felicity gets pregnant, he does that because he doesn’t want to miss a single moment of their baby’s life. 

Serafina Queen, or Fina, as they call her, is born in the night after hours of labor. She’s beautiful and perfect and has a cap of fuzzy dark hair and Oliver falls in love at first sight of her bright blue eyes peeking from her scrunched face. His heart is so full, tears slide down his eyes and he decides he wants to share his birthday with his daughter, someone who completed him in ways he never knew was possible. 

He takes her tiny hand, tinier than his little finger, and puts it over his heart and whispers, “This is yours.”

Felicity bawls her eyes out upon hearing that because he’d refused to choose a birthday for so many years because he’s so in love with their child. She also takes her baby in her arms and nurses her, with Oliver watching their miracle with fascination, then he presses a soft kiss to the top of her head, turning to Felicity and placing her hand on his chest in a move she’d come to love. “This is yours.”

It’s a beautiful moment.  

Over the years, they fumble and learn with being parents. They catch her moments, shower her with love. Fina especially loves sitting on the counter, watching her father cook and when she can walk, Oliver starts teaching her the same. Sadly, she’s not into computers at all, despite Felicity trying and then laughing about it. She loves to draw and sculpt, something she inherited from her father and loves to dress pretty like Felicity. And she’s best friends with Baby Sara. Uncle Digg gives the best hugs, after her father, she decides. 

When Fina, the naughty little bundle of speed that she is, has grown up enough, Oliver and Felicity have a baby boy. They call him Zander. Or Z, as he prefers when he grows up. He’s as quiet and thoughtful as Fina is naughty and loud. As a baby, he never cried much, only looked around him with fascinated dark blue eyes and blond hair. The first time Felicity caught him in her office, he was tinkering with her tablet and he was 4. Oliver knew then that Z had inherited Felicity’s brain.  

Z loves to climb trees and run, even though he hates team sports. And though Fina is his older sister, he’s more matured and more protective of her. She spoils him rotten, cooks him amazing food, buys him the best books. And he lets her talk about anything she wants, listens quietly but for all his silence, he still punches any boy looking at her wrong. 

And life isn’t easy, but it’s good.

it’s been two years since the lynburn legacy ended and i’m still disappointed that the ya lit fandom never fell head over heels in love with it.

do you want a clever, mystery-solving protagonist? do you want a chubby protagonist? do you want a protagonist with japanese heritage who doesn’t shy from pointing out the racism her family receives in england? do you want cute boys? do you want cute girls? do you want to read the word ‘bisexual’ with your very own eyeballs? do you want your heroine to have a snarky lesbian sidekick? do you want a touch of humour with your angst? do you want ya where parents are actually present? do you want books that stress the importance of found families? do you want books that will make you laugh and cry and cheer?

read the lynburn legacy