a place in the clouds

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"You know why? Because she l o v e s you.”

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Sing You Home - Jodi Picoult

"I don’t think he’s a ghost.  I think he’s a star, looking down on us."

"That’s dumb.  A star’s just a ball of gas," I scoffed.

"And a ghost is…?" my mother pointed out.  "Ask any scientist - they’ll tell you that new stars are born every minute."

"People who die don’t become stars."

"Some Native Americans would disagree with you, there."

I considered this.  ”Where do stars go during the day?”

"That’s the thing," my mother said, "they’re still there.  They’re watching us, even when we’re too busy to be watching them."

Sep 5

Oh yeah, but she’s gorgeous. Look at her!

Sep 5

Cristina and Zola’s deleted scene from 10x17

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Sep 5

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Sep 5

why-am-i-narrating:

I can’t stop staring and I’m not even sorry.

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Sep 5

prisonwifepiper:

An extremely necessary gifset….

Sep 5
whedonesque:

Anya and Xander reunited (X)

whedonesque:

Anya and Xander reunited (X)

Sep 4

glitterobservatory:

theilllestvillain:

waveofemotions:

I NEVER WANT THIS POST TO END

SAME

the second pic of the elephant and dog though. holy crap that’s graceful

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Sep 3

englishsnow:

 Indea Vanmerllin

Sep 3

I often hear people say that they read to escape reality, but I believe that what they’re really doing is reading to find reason for hope, to find strength. While a bad book leaves readers with a sense of hopelessness and despair, a good novel, through stories of values realized, of wrongs righted, can bring to readers a connection to the wonder of life. A good novel shows how life can and ought to be lived. It not only entertains but energizes and uplifts readers.

- Terry Goodkind (via itinerantpoet)

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kepnerrrd:

deleted scene - 10x04