6. If you could pick any time period to travel back to, what would it be? - I love so many periods in history this is tough. I loved the American Girl doll books, especially Felicity’s world, so I guess I’ll pick the colonial period but the lack of pain medication would definitely make me cut the trip short.
7. If you won the lottery, what’s the first thing you’d do? - I’d love to travel more and see the world. But I’d also love to buy more books and music. I think the books might come first.
8. Which fictional character would you like to hang out with? - Either Cress or Winter from TLC.
9. What was the last fandom you joined? - Green Gable Fables/other web-series fandoms.
a piece of advice from someone who's been watching pretty little lairs for years (i was in school when i started now i have a job) the show is entertaining specially the first seasons but it's super inconsistent so if you're hoping for a mystery show where at the end the clues fit and the murderer makes sense STOP this isn't it, they just pile on questions and never answer them and the A reveal made absolute zero sense
I’ve been told a multitude of times that the show begins to drag, however, I still plan on watching it- perhaps not all of it, but to a specific point. It’s like Once Upon A Time, S1 and S2 were good but the rest was terrible. I guess I’m just going to continue watching the show, and stop if I really become super disinterested.
Chapters: 5/5 Fandom: Once Upon a Time (TV) Rating: Teen And Up Audiences Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings, No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Evil Queen | Regina Mills/Emma Swan Characters: Regina Mills, Emma Swan, Captain Hook | Killian Jones, Prince “Charming” James | David Nolan, Snow White | Mary Margaret Blanchard, Rumpelstiltskin | Mr. Gold, Peter Pan, Henry Mills (Once Upon a Time) Additional Tags: Post Season 2 Finale, Neverland Summary:
Post S2 finale. In the aftermath of saving Storybrooke together, Regina and Emma come together to rescue Henry, and perhaps each other, but they can’t do it alone. They’re going to need help along the way, and maybe just a little bit of hope, faith and trust.
Involves the entire group on the Jolly Roger and the relationships and histories represented there.