I’m jealous of everyone who has something to be excited over. My days of being excited for OUaT ended with Quiet Minds but it still makes me sad. Especially because I was so damn excited this time last year.
"Sy!" When the door to Granny’s opened Roland wiggled down from his booster seat and started running. Robin was not at all happy to see his son running straight for the Dark One, but as Belle was at his side he didn’t stop him.
"Hi Sy. I’m ‘aving pancakes. You could have some too." Roland through his arms around Synnove. From the first time they met Roland had been fascinated with her, following her around like a duckling imprinting on a human mama. Synnove, who hadn’t had many friends, didn’t quite share his level of enthusiasm but liked having a playmate.
"I’m gonna have french toast." Synnove giggled. Her mama’s pretend name in this world was French so it was funny that there was a food named french toast.
"You could sit with me and papa and mama if you wanted. Your mama and papa could too," Roland offered.
"Now there’s a party," Gold muttered.
The adorableness of this is killing me.
Where there is Roland there is adorable. It’s a rule.
Photo taken in 1990 for a Disneyland employee’s calendar.
Did I mention how much I love Chris Evans being Tom Hiddleston being Loki being Cap?
I don’t know if Henry or Robin are at their breaking points with her. There’s no spoilers I’ve seen that would suggest they are having issues with her specifically, so I’m not going to hold my breath.
I honestly hope Regina does go dark again. It’s the only narrative decision that would make sense with her history at this point, but I don’t trust the writers enough to believe that they will actually do it instead of continuing to actively reject any real characterization/good writing in regards to her. (And it’s really weird too since the writing for everything else is good, with ignorable issues in characterization, you know? Like, Regina is literally the only character they are completely whitewashing within the canon and turning into a Mary Sue. It’s weird. And it’s not a gender thing either since Ana was written really well so we know that they know how to do it, you know? Obviously they shouldn’t do it the same way but they understand the steps of a redemption as well as writing a sympathetic villain that isn’t excused of his crimes simply because of a tragic backstory - Jafar. So why are they doing this with Regina?)
This is the most beautiful post ever
"So okay, I don’t want to be a traitor to my generation and all, but I don’t get how guys dress today. I mean, come on, it looks like they just fell out of bed and put on some baggy pants and take their greasy hair - ew - and cover it up with a backwards cap and, like, we’re expected to swoon? I don’t think so."
cher taught me that you don’t have to pretend boys are cute when they aren’t and i’ll always be indebted to her for that