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Of First Greetings

Summary: Kevin and Joaquin accidentally meet the squad on their second date and everyone wants to know who he is.

Rating: T

Genre: General, Canon Compliant, Fluff

Pairing: Kevin x Joaquin

Timeline: Chapter Seven: In a Lonely Place, 1x07

Word count: 1,190

“So, Pop’s?” Joaquin asks.

Kevin rubs his temples, leaning against the seat. “No, not Pop’s.”

“Why not?” Joaquin props himself against car’s dashboard, turning his body to face his boyfriend. “I thought you liked Pop’s.”

“I do, but so do all of my friends,” sighs Kevin.

The way Joaquin looks at his lap first and at through the windshield second almost passes unnoticed by Kevin. He feels something in his chest, a tug towards the back of the seat; when he swallows, his throat is dry.

“That’s not what I meant.”

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Hi All!

I won this postcard at Unity Days 2017, during the “Cancer Gets LOST” Charity Auction:

On January 14th of this year I had both Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor sign the image. It has been kept in a protective sleeve since I received it. Watching the recent news stories about the Muslim Ban have made me feel outraged and despondent, I don’t have the funds to donate to the cause from my own pocket, but this is something that I can do. I know our fandom to be incredibly generous and I’m hoping that we will be generous today! All funds received from the winning bid will be donated to the ACLU in order to help them continue their fight to end the Muslim Ban!

The starting bid is only $5 USD and the bidding closes on Sunday, February 5th at 4:10 EST. 

Link here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bellarke-Postcard-Signed-by-Bob-Morley-and-Eliza-Taylor-/292013764465?

I hope you all will help fight injustice in the real world so we don’t end up living in the world of The 100!!

Evil!Emma Pilot/Re-Curse AU: In 2001 recently freed Emma Swan anonymously receives a sleeve of starter cash attached to a promise of more, and a set of mysterious directions that take her and her infant son Henry to an obscure town in Maine. Her new beginning before her, Emma commits herself near pathologically to proving she can be a good enough mother, educating herself along the way. But there is something very very wrong with this picturesque town in which the inhabitants who never age, never marry, never die have little memory of their time before Emma’s arrival. A simple welcoming present from local teacher Mary Margaret Blanchard to Emma’s son unravels an impossibly true explanation. The town is under a timeless curse that she is prophesied to end. Soon Emma becomes tortured and twisted by her inability to save the cursed residents as she witnesses them live each day in miserable unaware monotony. Now ten years later, the once social deviant lost girl has risen to the stature of town Mayor after the post had been vacated for years. Mayor Swan guards the mystery of the town and its origins as closely as she does her son, taking any ruthless measures necessary to do so. 

Despite therapy to the contrary Henry still insists upon Emma’s place as the town’s Savior, meant to break the curse even when his mother no longer believes. Henry develops a theory that the Evil Queen responsible for casting the curse has been unaccounted for, and that her absence is the reason for the curse persisting. After hiring a bounty hunter through the use of his teacher’s credit card, Henry learns of a woman living in squalor found with amnesia outside of Storybrooke weeks before they moved there. Henry feels convinced that the woman named Regina will prove harmless now that she is without memory. He starts to write to her, telling her that he believes she is his biological mother. Regina, curious and desperate comes to town hoping to finally make a connection to her past. Emma in particular is immediately hostile to Regina, using legal threats, jail time, and physical intimidation to force her to leave, until they realize Henry’s overall scheme.  Still Regina feels a strong fondness to him, and he to her that she finds herself unwilling to let go to get back to her life. The first time Henry hugs her, Regina’s decision to stay is set, and Emma sees the clock tower in the town without time inch forward in recognition of returning happiness.—With Eyes Closed Night and Day Are the Same

A.K.A how does the pilot still happen if Emma is “Evil” and Regina is not. And if August and Rumple meddle in order to accelerate the curse breaking. Also the theory that the curse requires both Emma and Regina to break. Because Soul Mates.