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my favorites han/leia fics

‘They Have Their Moments’ by @ddagent

“These are all Han/Leia (often with bonus Rey) stories; ranging from missing scenes from the original trilogy, TFA AUs, and even the occasional movie au.
The stories are listed below; and the list will be updated periodically when more are added to the collection. Feel free to request any sequels or remixeshere. Happy reading!”

A brand new hope by @hanorganaas

“Leia Skywalker has spent her life under the care of her Aunt Beru and Uncle Owen, and is betrothed to one of Jabba Hutt’s Smuggler Lackies. However her life is flipped upside down when on the night her marriage plans were going to be finalized, her Uncle purchases two droids one of which contains a distress call from a mysterious stranger, that sends her and her husband to be Han Solo on a wild journey Leia never thought she’d ever embark on. [ A retelling of A New Hope with Leia as the Chosen One ]”

Of captivating things by @lukeleiahan

“Han and Leia enjoy a bit quality time with their newborn twins”

The Not Quite Love Letters  by  Limelight

“Because, technically, the first love letter that Solo wrote to Organa was blackmail. UPDATED. NO, SERIOUSLY.”

Happy Father’s Day by EsmeAmelia

“Sappy story about the Solo family celebrating Father’s Day.” 

Let go your heart into (my) the trees’ embrace by @phil-the-stone

“They lie in the long grass, their tired fingers intertwined, and Leia says, “I can feel you, you know,” as if he didn’t already guess.(But that’s alright; he trusts her, after all.)”

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A wedding tradition among the Torbeshs and Gorani in Kosovo and Macedonia is the carrying of the bride on a white horse, when she is leaving her family to go live with her new husband. She is veiled and carries an umbrella, and her clothes, the umbrella and the horse are all decorated traditionally. She bids farewell to her family and is accompanied by the villagers to her new home. Musicians usually follow them, playing instruments such as the zurla, tupan and accordion. At her new home, her in-laws welcome her. This is an old pagan custom which has survived among the Torbeshs and Gorani, who are Muslim.