I can’t believe the iconic quote “Do you think God stays in heaven because he too lives in fear of what he’s created?” is from mother fucking Spy Kids 2. I always thought it was from some critically acclaimed “must see before you die” pretentious movie with an important message but it’s from Spy Kids.
Summary: A Supercorp Soulmate AU where everything is the same except that everyone can have a device installed that will tell them when they will meet their soulmate. Concept borrowed from the movie Timer (which is great and you should see it!).
Kara must deal with the fact that she may never be able to get a Timer installed due to her invulnerability, and she doesn’t quite know whether that’s good or bad. Things get more challenging for her when the person she’s dating decides to get one installed. Meanwhile, Alex has to deal with the surprising result of her eventual soulmate and Lena Luthor wonders if she’ll ever meet hers. Supercorp slowburn with a little Sanvers thrown in for good measure!
Chapter 1: Checkmate
“Are you scared?” Kara’s wide blue eyes darted from the brochure in her hands to her sister and back again.
“Pfft, of course not.” Alex tossed her long red hair over her shoulder defiantly, but a slight twitch pulled at the corner of her mouth betraying her wavering confidence. Kara watched as her sister pulled at her jean skirt and then ran nervous fingers along the hem of her Black Watch plaid button-down. Picking her way across the clean, crowded showroom, the younger blonde slipped her hand into her sister’s and Alex squeezed it, grateful for the distraction.
Their grasp of sisterhood was still tenuous, a fragile bond that had grown in halting fits and starts, but in this moment, the redhead seemed happy to have a hand to hold. Kara knew that she sometimes said the wrong thing, asked the wrong questions, forgot the English word for everyday objects, but in this moment, she wasn’t some alien girl sharing Alex’s room, she was family, providing comfort on one of the biggest days of her sister’s life.
Today, Alex was officially sixteen years old. Earlier that morning, they were woken with fanfare; there were presents waiting at the breakfast table, and Eliza grew only slightly misty, wishing their father could be there to celebrate with them. And while Kara was still uncertain when it came to most Earth customs, she knew what turning sixteen meant to Alex – to everyone on the planet, it seemed.
Have you ever seen the movie, You’ve Got Mail ? No? Well add that to your must see list. And while you are at it go read, Delivered by Honestgrins, I added the link to the story at the top of this post. Just click the title. HINT HINT! ;)
This story is full of laughter, cuteness, excitement, and all around Klaroline goodness!
Honestgrins takes this amazing movie and adds the perfect Klaroline twist to it!
I can guarantee that you will find enjoyment in this story just like I am and you will be dying for more just like me. ;)
Please also take the quick few moments at the end of each chapter to drop her a line about what you think. Something small and simple; This is great! or I love it! Will do just fine. Or if you really have an extra minute or two, add in your favorite part of the chapter like; Oh! I loved that scene in the movie! And the way you changed it into a Klaroline moment was amazing! Or The part when she blah blah blah was SO funny! something like that anyways.
OH! and also don’t forget to add the story as a favorite and/or follow so you can be the first to receive notice of the awesome updates to come!
Disclaimer: This recommendation has been brought to you by me, Abby/3tinkgemini, and I approved this message. hehehe
Who to watch for: Director Martin Scorsese; stars Andrew Garfield, Liam Neeson and Adam Driver.
Plot: Two Jesuit priests (Garfield and Driver) travel to Japan to track down their spiritual mentor (Neeson), who has been imprisoned for preaching outlawed Christianity. “What they are met with and see is beyond their wildest imagination,” Garfield says. “Their faith, and the dogmas they have been been taught, are all called into question.”
Awards glow: Scorsese has worked for 28 years to bring the story to the screen. Though still in the editing process, Silence still looms large in the Oscar race. “It’s beautiful to watch his care and devotion for this story he has carried in his heart,” says Garfield. Even without early screenings, Scorsese’s reputation makes Silence “command awards respect,” says Hammond. “This is one of the greatest directors ever, revealing his passion project.”
San Andreas premiere last night with my lil sis @simonealex_ and @therock
An incredible must see movie! 👍👍 It will keep you at the edge of your seat and you’ll walk away with a deeper appreciation for those you love 💙 by dinahjane97