worth watching lifetime for

sort of Tessa and Will appreciation??

(It’s not that they don’t get enough appreciation but I just love them so much and want to appreciate Wessa in even just small ways as much as possible)

Okay but Tessa wearing a jumper in “The Last Stand of the New York Institute” that says “William wants a doll” because nearly 60 years after Will’s death she wants to have a piece of him with her, not because she’s still sad, but because thinking of him brings her a lifetimes worth of happy memories.
Also Tessa watching Sense and Sensibility videos with Magnus and complaining about everything thats wrong. Don’t forget her and Will named their daughter after a fictional character.
I just love Tessa and Will so much

anonymous asked:

Ooh very good :) More! 42 or 46 please If you're not burned out on these haha

Not burned out, just short on time the past week.  Here we go, another post all things drabble on what might have happened.

42. “If you don’t want to talk about what happened, then say so. Don’t just lie and say it’s fine.”

To say he was disappointed was an understatement.  He came out of sleep, arms moving to hold her, only to find empty space and cold sheets.  For a few moments, he wondered if it had all been a dream, but he could smell her, smell them, and the strands of red hair on the pillow beside him told him otherwise.

“Scully?” he called.

The whispering click of the ceiling fan was the only reply.

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I saw Sanam Teri Kasam and omg it fucked me over. Its given me a heartache that’ll last me a lifetime. It’s not an overhyped movie but definitely worth watching in my opinion. The plot of the movie was like something you can find it in a romance novel. I loved the chemistry between Harshvardhan Rane and Mawra Hocane. It’s a truly heartbreaking movie and the soundtrack is amazing. 

My fav scene was of course when Saru finds all those little notes that Inder wrote to her but she never really paid enough attention to notice them. I think in that moment she really realized how much Inder loved her :’)

If you liked Ek Villain, then give this film a chance. Everyone who’s a hopeless romantic will love this movie. I feel like Inder and Saru, along with Guru and Aisha are going to join my damned otp list.