to this day still one of my favorite scenes on tv

CousyFest Day 2: Favorite Cousy episode

So I’m tempted to do Spacetime for all the reasons everyone else pretty much has outlined (written by Mo, Daisy is an epic amazing perfect hero, Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennet’s faces) not to mention the incredibly cute ‘coaching’ scene that inspired so many soccer parent headcanons and one fic and the beautiful and adorable icons @autisticdaisyjohnson made for me. 

But everyone is doing that episode (with so many good reasons) so I decided to throw it back, back to a time where I was shipping it but still “I’m probably like the only one” and “it will stop being so romantic soon probably.”

Then I watched this episode and sat in front of my TV, and later ABC’s website rewatching the same clip ten times over wondering “did they really just do that?”

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xocutievxo replied to your post: Hey!!! Question time if you haven’t been asked it…

The first half of season one had so many scenes that tugged on the heartstrings but this season it just isn’t there… Supergirl is still my favorite superhero TV show, but hopefully the rest of season two does better. If you do decide to rant i am sure alot of people would agree tbh.

I agree! I look at episodes like “Livewire” and “Red Faced” and “Human for a Day” and there’s no real equivalent in season two just yet, in my opinion.

volando-voy replied to your postHey!!! Question time if you haven’t been asked it…

Yes! I love those kids so much. But I agree, S2 so far hasn’t really given Kara much to do besides support everyone else’s plotlines. And it’s felt a bit like the budget freedom has made producers overlook the quiet character-building scenes in favor of fancy fights and extra special effects.

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All fandom agrees on that and it’s also contagious which is the best thing. TBH I dunno if it is that unpopular, some are still taking time and processing the network change, you should see MY unpopular opinions. :P Here’s for the return of a solid and better S2 2nd half next year. :D

*raises glass* hear hear! :)

Big sister

I had been home all day. Having a sort of day off seemed great for me especially now. The only thing I did was send out a few emails and watch my favorite tv shows and of course pick up my favorite little soul on the planet, my daughter. Scarlett was four years old, her birthday had been a few months ago and she was the most adorable and amazing thing that had ever happened to me and to us. Adam and I had been so excited about having a baby when we found out we were having her, she’s literally the light of our lives and the only normal thing in the middle the chaos with our careers that had slowed down a little but it was still crazy. Ever since we had her, I had only toured when she was two and it wasn’t as big as the other of my tours. I continued releasing albums and Adam still played a few shows here and there but Vegas had mostly stopped and he did a lot more producing and behind the scenes stuff which was great because it meant that we could both be very present in Scarlett’s life.

We found out I was pregnant for the second time a few weeks ago, Adam was ecstatic. We weren’t necessarily trying for a baby but it happened and we couldn’t be happier. Scarlett had mentioned a few times how she wanted a sibling and I knew she would be rather excited when we tell that she’s finally having one. We were planning on telling today as soon as my lovely husband comes home from work.

We still had an amazing relationship and I could swear I loved him more and more everyday. My fans still occasionally freak out over us which we still laughed at. They had remained very loyal to me and I couldn’t be more grateful. They loved Scarlett, what’s there not to love about my daughter? She was the cutest and most beautiful little girl that I had ever seen. Adam insisted that she was replica of me and I couldn’t disagree, she did look a lot like me. With blue eyes and blonde hair, she was adorable. But her personality, that she took after her daddy. Goofy and smart and charming. I was definitely a proud mommy.

“I’m home.” I heard my husband’s voice and smiled as I heard his footsteps come towards the living room where I sat on the couch. “Hi, my love.” He grinned, leaning down to place a kiss to my lips before sitting next to me.

“Hey, babe. How was your day?” I asked, smiling.

“It was okay, I don’t really like meetings but I can deal with it.” He laughed, wrapping his arm around me as I rested my head on his chest, sighing softly as I felt the familiar great feeling of laying on my husband’s chest. “But now it’s amazing because I’m home.” He kissed my head and I closed my head, smiling. “Where’s Scarlett?”

“She’s upstairs, drawing I think, last time I checked on her like fifteen minutes ago.” I replied before little footsteps were heard climbing down the stairs making me smile as her voice sounded through the house.

“Mommy, look what I drew!” She grinned but squealed when she saw her dad sitting on the couch, dropping the drawing on the floor and running to us. “Daddy!”

“Hi, princess!” He grinned. He was such an amazing dad, it made me so happy. I had never seen him happier than when he was with Scarlett. “How are you today?” He wrapped his arms around her little body as she buried her face in his chest.

“I’m great, daddy. Mommy was with me the whole afternoon and now you’re here so I’m really happy!” She told him making me laugh lightly before I kissed her soft cheek and she giggled.

“That’s great, princess.” He smiled, pressing a kiss to her forehead and the little girl jumped into my lap making me wrap my arms around tightly. We stayed in silence for a little while before Adam broke it. “Scar, baby, can you go get me the drawings you made today to show me?” He asked her and I assumed he wanted to me alone. She got off my lap nodding before running off to her room to go get the drawings her daddy requested. “Do you want to tell her about this little one now?” He questioned, pulling me into his lap and placing his hand on my stomach.

“I do. She’s going to be so excited.” I grinned kissing my husband’s lips. “I love you.” I told him and Scarlett came into the room with the drawings in her hands. “Hey, baby, put the drawing on the table for a little bit, mommy and daddy have something to tell you.” I spoke up and she nodded before sitting on the couch and Adam put her on his lap.

“What is it, mommy? I’m not in trouble, am I?” She asked worriedly and I laughed, rubbing her cheek shaking my head.

“You’re not in trouble, baby.” I said. “You know how you’ve been asking us for a sibling lately?” She nodded her head.

“Well, we have something really special to tell you, Scar.” Adam spoke smiling as she looked up at him. He stared at me grinning before speaking again. “You’re going to be a big sister.”

“Oh my gosh, mommy!” She widened her eyes, gasping as she looked at me. “Where is it?”

“It’s in my belly.” I responded smiling as Scarlett grinned.

“Really? A real baby?” I nodded my head laughing a little. “Is it really in there?” She said pointing at my belly.

“Yeah. You’re going to be a big sister, Scarlett.” I told her and squealed grinning like mad.

“Oh my gosh! I’m going to be a big sister!” She screamed making us laugh at her excitement. “You’re not lying are you?”

“No, I’m being serious.” I nodded my head as Adam smiled.

“Is it really in there? Like now, mommy?” She asked in wonderment.

“Yeah baby, it’s really in there.” Adam kissed her head.

“Oh my gosh!” She giggled. “Can I feel it?”

“Not yet. It’s still really little. We still have to wait for a long time, sweetie.” I told her and she nodded her head.

“Oh my god, I can’t believe it.” She whispered. “How did it end up there, mommy?” She wondered and I looked at Adam as he laughed.

“You’ll learn that when you’re older.” I said avoiding the topic of explaining that to a four year old. “Are you excited to be a big sister, Scarlett?”

“Yes! Oh my gosh!” She wrapped her little arms around my neck, giving me a tight hug as my husband smiled at us. I was so glad I had my perfect little family with a baby on the way. My life couldn’t have turned out better.