ugh i love her so much

anonymous asked:

I feel like Emma was all of us during that confrontation. She basically abolished every single one of Hook's reasons and forced him to confront the real reason why he was so afraid to tell her. Because despite how far he's come, how much he's changed, and how even though he's earned forgiveness, he still hasn't forgiven himself for his past deeds as Captain Hook.

Right. It makes me incredibly glad that she didn’t care about what he did, because like she says it’s all in the past. It was the lying that got to her, because she thought they were past that. And they are, but I understand where Killian is coming from here.

And that’s why I love this moment so much. Because like you said, like he’s said, he earned forgiveness from others, it’s just himself that he has to forgive. 

Ugh don’t you just love him?

Gotta share what happened at Walmart today.

My mom is 64 and looks about 40. She’s the most stylish person in town and I mean that extremely literally. Today she wore a white lace dress with crocheted tights, knee boots, and a pink denim jacket. And she’s skinny and wears a long blonde wig. Yeah. She makes me step up my look whenever we go out because I don’t want to look like her DUFF.

Anyway, we were at Walmart and as we were buying kitty litter, we passed two ladies about my age or a little younger, wearing some comfy sweats. One of them sees my mom and says “Oh, I just love your look!” and the second girl says “Right? I was just thinking ‘she looks so good, I hate her so much!’“ And all four of us cracked up, because that’s like the highest girl compliment ever if someone is all ‘ugh, I hate you cuz you look so good!’ LOL

It really made my mom’s day, she’s never had anyone give her that compliment before. I like to share these moments because I try to encourage everyone to say the nice things you think in your head out loud.

anonymous asked:

if you got the time, would you ever consider writing a fic set in the past during the war about mor? or feyre discovering mor's powers? love your writing so much, thank you

Hi nonnie,

I would definitely consider it! The second idea I think I would wait until after I’ve read acowar, mostly because I don’t want to speculate a whole lot about what Mor’s powers are, when we might find out really soon anyway. I’m assuming we will find out, at least. But then, maybe if we find out, depending on the circumstances, it could be interesting to explore that more - how she deals with her power, what it means, how it affects others.

I think the first idea is more interesting to me personally, and so I wanted to babble about it - because I’d love to know more about Mor’s history, and so writing it could be a good way to figure out what that might have been like. This is the kind of thing that I don’t think we’ll get from canon, and so it is right up my alley, as far as what I like to write about. I mean, who doesn’t want to know more about this:

“The black-clad queen placed a moon-white hand on her lower bodice. “Morrigan—the Morrigan from the War.”
They all paused as if in surprise. And a bit of awe and fear.”

Like, hell yes, my queen, I want to see her kicking ass and taking names and looking bomb af while doing it. And also just being younger, like how did she get to a point where she is so strong (emotionally and psychologically), especially since this was not too much longer after she had been tortured by her family and I think… that was probably actually such a good way of separating herself from them and discovering and asserting her own strength and independence. To become The Morrigan, from the War, after having gone through that? Freaking hell yes, basically. This was probably actually a really healing thing for her, in a way, to have extricated herself from this situation with her family, to have paid a steep price, and then to still be able to prove to herself that she was strong as hell, even without them.

I really, really want to write this, actually. I might wait until after acowar, just in case we get more backstory? And also since I have so many other things already started? But I’m definitely interested in this idea. I might just… headcanon all over the place about it later, too.

Edit: Also I loved this ask, I know I said I’m not taking fic requests and technically yeah that’s still a thing, but I love people sending in ideas! Because then I can just babble about them! And maybe come up with fun things!

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Screenshots from episodes 4 and 5. Things that are important here: the use of the words team and family.

Keith doesn’t want Pidge to leave the team, but he doesn’t specifically mention the team. He mentions people’s families, which is what Pidge was worried about. No doubt he was attempting to make her reconsider by using a word she was inherently interested in and was sensitive to. Others have mentioned before how ironic/nice is is of Keith to say that specifically, considering he’s an orphan and how the reason he wants Pidge to stay is because she, along with the others, are his family now.

It’s actually Shiro who uses the word team. He tells Keith that people can’t be forced into the team, they must want to stay. He’s not talking about family (specifically), but about the team of paladins they have formed.

Then cut to episode 5 and after they’ve dealt with Sendak, it’s Shiro who starts saying he can’t help but feel like Pidge was meant to be part of the team, but won’t stop her if she wants to leave. That’s when Pidge recalls her father’s words that his team was like family. Pidge is the first person to associate the two words, and Keith immediately says “welcome back to the team”, a clear call back to Shiro’s words back in episode 4 about how a team/family can’t be forced.

Keith is welcoming her back to his family.