Imagine Keith and Lance sleeping together one day in Lance’s room, and they don’t show up for breakfeast so the team goes looking for them, right. Cut to the three paladins, Coran and Allura all standing in the bedroom door with ‘own’ faces, because they are all tangled together and sleeping so peacefully. And like, Lance sleeps like that more often than the rest of them (less often these days, but still) and Keith NEVER sleeps that calmly or deeply, and no one has the heart to wake them. And they are all cute, facing each other, hands on each other’s waists and they should probably leave but then Keith tenses, and he doesn’t move, just says quietly but loud enough for them to hear: “guys. Leave.” And is a request, and so not sounding like Keith, and if it wasn’t so dark they’d see he’s blushing, and they leave hurriedly. Keith nudges Lance to wake him but Lance just pulls him closer and keeps sleeping, and Keith lets him, because oh hell. And hours later Lance wakes him sweetly, and they get up and go to the kitchen, and find Hunk, Pidge and Coran. Hunk tries to play it cool, Pidge smirks at them, and Keith is already as red as his lion if not darker, and Coran kinda calls them sleeping beauties and only then Lance realizes what is everyone going akward about, and he wips his head to look at Keith incredulously, but the boy is so red he doesn’t even find in him to ask why he didn’t give him a heads up. And all Shiro says to them is “good to see you are finally getting along” and everybody ships Purple. And Keith is a bit thrown back for the day, because he’s more rested than he’d ever been, and he enjoys sleeping with Lance, and they slept in and the universe isn’t colapsing, and maybe he can let his guard down more often.


Music video for “The Last Goodbye” by Billy Boyd, from The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.

To celebrate their 57 years of marriage, Clemma and Sterling Elmore had a photo shoot inspired by one of their favorite films, The Notebook. They used real love notes in the photos, and Clemma was moved to tears when she saw the finished product - which she says she’ll remember for the rest of her life. Source

Could this couple be any cuter?! 

So we’re always going on about how badass it is that Neville pulled the Sword of Gryffindor out of the sorting hat, but I just read the part where Ron saves Harry from the frozen lake, and Ron is the one who pulls the sword out of the water. This may seem like an obvious fact like, So what if he did? But remember that being able to retrieve the Sword of Gryffindor is a very prestigious privilege. Not just anyone could have pulled it out of the lake.