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After years living in the real world with Henry, Emma and Isobel, their now 6 year old daughter, Regina finds a way of somehow telling her about their story. Emma overhears them.

(Source: claraisnotlittle, via thesheriffswan)

And the Savior pops the question…

(Source: glitterintheari, via helebette)

ibenchyou:

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mechanicsofaheart1:

seattletostorybrooke:

Baby Regina trying to make fire! Awwww

Can we talk about Lana’s perfect face actions? So much action for so little time. I can’t.

mechanicsofaheart1:

seattletostorybrooke:

Baby Regina trying to make fire! Awwww

Can we talk about Lana’s perfect face actions? So much action for so little time. I can’t.

"I know you can beat that witch."

(Source: chris-lll, via fuckyeshermajesty)

hyadamsfoster:

Was that your hand on my ass?

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carolwantsacherry:

We are Swan Queen

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Bloomington (2010) 

There’s perception and reality. Perception, it’s the compliments of these two streams. There’s sensation, what you feel, and cognition, what you know. You can present the board just reality, facts about your educational background, or you can guide them towards how you want to be perceived. An ambiguous image is open to multiple interpretations on a perceptual level, so, you need to make sure that your essay is unambiguous. Teach them, you know? Teach them that you’re the one that deserves this. Don’t just say ‘I did this one thing’ or ‘I took this one class’, I mean, tell them how you feel about it, how you perceive it. Point them to it, and then fill in the blanks.

(Source: ohmygail)

stephisinsanity:

"Well its based on the reversal of self-denial."
"I’ve never heard of that, what’s the reversal of self-denial?"
"It’s like if you… if you deny yourself something long enough… for whatever self-imposed reason, you know, the moment you are faced with any real external imposition you’re going to voluntarily want to do the thing that you were trying so hard not to do."

badwolfkaily:

Favorite Lesbian Pairings ~ Catherine Stark/Jackie Kirk (Bloomington)