tenth season

Forever in our Hearts ~ Part II

Yes, here I continue with the for me most important character of the series: Sabakuno Gaara. My love, a big Part of my life. With an incredibly emotional, beautiful story of a young man who has changed his life from the ground up and from the hated villain to the ever-loved Kazekage.

After his rescue, he went on a while until he appeared again in the anime: Yes, did not reappear until the tenth season. And with each episode, I wondered: When will he finally come back? It would have to happen much more often! 

But then, in the tenth season, the meeting of the five Kage, the meeting on how to take action against the Akatsuki, was finally ready.

The meeting was interrupted, so another fight was going on for our beloved Kazekagen: the fight against Sasuke, who seemed to have been completely lost in darkness in Gaara’s eyes. He tried to get him out of the dark, since he himself had already been trapped there. So great ♥

Obito Uchiha, who was still masked at the time, declared the war. For Gaara, one thing was clear: Naruto was to be protected. So wonderful!  

It was decided: Sasuke had to be switched off. But Gaara thought to his Friend. Exactly to his friend Naruto, because Gaara knew about the situation of him and Sasuke and so he sought him up. I mean, he wanted to help him aside and make it clear to him. A wonderful gesture!

After this conversation, my beloved redhead emerged again and again.In other meetings, at Sunagakure at a meeting … he showed up again and that was great. It was great to see him so often in the anime and to see how well he worked with the other Kage. Young, talented and able to lead a village.

He handed over to the Tsuchikage the headband of the allied alliance. That was so cool! ♥

Gaara was chosen as the commander of the fourth unit of the Alliance, and then came a scene, a place that burnt into my memory. He stood before the whole army and managed to bring peace to the front with his words. He moved the people with his words, reassured them, and it became clear at this moment what he had become a great young man. This moment was epic and I had goose bumps everywhere. ♥

THIS-WAS-SO-FUCKING-AMAZING! I was in tears and laugh, smiled and my heart beats so hard right know when I think about it.

Now it was said: To go to war and win. And, God, he was a great commander and the people trusted him. It was great to see that!

That´s it, Part II. Part II of the great Story of an wonderfull young man. I still love him till I die. 

Part III follows!

Want to read Part I? Here:



Moffat Appreciation Day | Countdown Challenge – Day 4
Series 7 → The Day of the Doctor

“I’ve had many faces, many lives. I don’t admit to all of them. There’s one life I’ve tried very hard to forget. He was the Doctor who fought in the Time War, and that was the day he did it. The day I did it. The day he killed them all. The last day of the Time War. The war to end all wars between my people and the Daleks. And in that battle there was a man with more blood on his hands than any other, a man who would commit a crime that would silence the universe. And that man was me.”



i just got to thinking 

this conversation happens in 6x10

as in the tenth episode of season 6

and Denise uses the phrase, “I’m not good with that kind of stuff.”

and for clarification, “that kind of stuff” actually means how to be romantic with someone she loves, y/y?

and isn’t there a certain reunion that may be happening in the tenth episode of season 7?

so is it only me who can almost hear the words “I ain’t no good at this stuff.” being spoken by a certain crossbow-wielding man who has just reunited with a certain grey haired lady and just happened to be in this scene with Denise one year prior?

no? just me? oK. :) 

Lily Sunder saying, “I will never be powerless again” to Ishim as a parallel to Rowena saying, “I will never be weak again” regarding Crowley’s father treatment to her. Both women victim of entitled men that claimed to love them but hurt them, and who turned to magic to become stronger after finding themselves completely alone and helpless - Lily, losing her daughter and protector by Ishim’s hand; Rowena, almost bleeding out in childbirth, poor and abandoned by Crowley’s father. Both set on a path that distances them from humanity, Rowena becoming a witch and Lily having her soul progressively burn away. In fact, the lines are also uttered in the tenth episode of the season (11x10, 12x10).

More: both situations being contrast/foreshadowing to Cas’ choice to indeed become weak/powerless, i.e. embracing what has been called his weakness and choosing to give up his angelic powers, choosing humanity in the multiple senses of the word, ultimately deciding to become human to be with Dean, who, unlike Ishim or Crowley’s father, does love him and does not feel entitled to him or his body.

Additional thought: Lily loses a daughter, Rowena loses a son in the sense that her trauma makes her hate him. What about Cas and Dean? Does Claire count as their child in this picture, or shall they adopt (whatever that would mean on a practical level) the nephilim baby? (In favor of Claire as their child in the picture: the thematic importance of vessels in the episode; in favor of Lucifer’s baby as their child in the picture: the thematic importance of nephilim in the episode).


  • Doctor: Come on! We can have a good flirt later!
  • William Shakespeare: Is that a promise, Doctor?
  • Doctor: Oh, fifty-seven academics just punched the air. Come on.