September 21st, 2013

walking-in-the-dark-with-you:

All the Doctor’s catchphrases. This is so cool!

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January 5th, 2013

Searching for Gravity Chapter 5 teaser

I took a deep breath and slowly made my way up the driveway, finally stopping once I’d reached the glass front door. The cloudy sky and thick forest trees that surrounded the house didn’t allow for any natural light to shine through the pane glass windows, and as I put my hands up to the door and peered inside, the dim living room gave off a cold, unwelcoming feeling. White sheets covered the furniture, keeping Esme’s pristine furnishings free from dust, and works of art that better belonged in a museum, not in an unoccupied house in Forks, Washington, hung from the interior walls. The entire scene was reminiscent of all those stereotypical haunted house stories, and I was the idiot teenager determined to get inside.

Knowing my family wasn’t the type to leave a key under the mat, I stepped back, readying myself to scale the house up to the second floor and hopefully find an unlocked window, when the latch clicked and the front door creaked open slightly. I gasped in surprise. It’s unlocked. Could Carlisle have had it left open for me?

Without any hesitation, I reached for the doorknob, pushing it open the rest of the way, and slowly stepped in the doorway. A bouquet of scents swirled in the air around me, flooding my mind with thoughts of my family. How, after all this time, the house could still smell exactly as it did the day we left was beyond me, but I doubted that any of the other houses we’d lived in since held as many ghosts as this one.

I stepped inside farther, shutting the door behind me, and looked over the large living room and to the top of the staircase. Almost immediately, the painful memories that I had spent my entire life trying to forget returned, unwanted and unwelcomed: the horrific screams; my mother holding me right after I was born; being taken out of her arms and not understanding why; my father looking down at me and kissing my forehead, trying to comfort me. Guilt and regret twisted their painful knot in my gut, and I grabbed hold of the staircase banister, splintering the wood underneath my fingers as I fought to once again push away the blame I’d always felt for killing my mother.

sinfultragedy:

BtVS Rewatch 2012One Gifset Per Episode
➞ 4x10 - Hush

“Looking in windows, knocking on doors
They need to take seven and they might take yours
Can’t call to mom, can’t say a word
You’re gonna die screaming but you won’t be heard.”

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theunderstudymd:

drinkinkoolaid:

iambeagle:

CHARLIE IS THE BEST

Can I just get a movie of Charlie Swan??

Love him

LOL. Oh, Charlie!

December 7th, 2012

Oh Boy

theunderstudymd:

stormcascade:

He can be my boy anyday… oh boy!

This is so cute

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December 2nd, 2012

Tabula Rasa ~ Joan and Randy

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Oh hell.

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squeakyzorro:

panlight:

Good point!
I also don’t get why Renesmee having good thoughts proves she’s not a monster, but Esme and Carlisle having good thoughts was never enough for Edward to change his opinion about vampires.

Just my opinion: Edward was never so much concerned about the status of vampires in general (or werewolves or even Mike) as with his own damnation. He doesn’t think as broadly as Carlisle; he was focused on his conclusion that, by his actions during his rebellion, he himself was damned beyond redemption, a monster that could only beget evil. He was projecting his self-hatred on the baby. Hints in Twilight and Midnight Sun indicate he wasn’t always a melancholy, emo vampire; his rebellion fundamentally changed him.
Up to this point in the saga, he loves Bella, but he is sure that their relationship will end in tragedy: one way or another, he will be the cause of Bella’s death. That’s the reason for New Moon, it’s the reason for the honeymoon mess, and it’s the reason he’s sure that this thing, which came from him and thus must be a force of destruction, will kill Bella.
When he hears Renesmee’s thoughts, particularly how much she loves Bella - as much as he himself does, he is confronted with the fact that this creature, which came from him as much as Bella, is good. Therefore, he must have some good in him. I always saw this moment as similar to the description in Midnight Sun of his first night watching Bella sleep, when he sinks into his feelings for her and emerges a different person; he does the same here, sinking into what he senses from Renesmee, what that means to his sense of self and the parental love it allows him to recognize and acknowledge, and then emerging as a different person. (The movie messed up this part by changing his lines during this scene; in the book, he never attributes Renesmee’s goodness solely to Bella.) Any parent knows that while romantic love can change you, parental love can be even more powerful in that respect. His actions and attitude after hearing Renesmee show a marked departure from his pessimism and apathy up to that point: he’s determined and energetic - making plans for an earlier birth and confronting Jacob about allowing Bella’s change as an amendment to the treaty - sure that Bella can be saved and no longer concerned that changing her will destroy her soul. 
For me, this moment is why Breaking Dawn and Renesmee was necessary for the development of Edward’s character - it’s the moment he finally accepts himself.

squeakyzorro:

panlight:

Good point!

I also don’t get why Renesmee having good thoughts proves she’s not a monster, but Esme and Carlisle having good thoughts was never enough for Edward to change his opinion about vampires.

Just my opinion: Edward was never so much concerned about the status of vampires in general (or werewolves or even Mike) as with his own damnation. He doesn’t think as broadly as Carlisle; he was focused on his conclusion that, by his actions during his rebellion, he himself was damned beyond redemption, a monster that could only beget evil. He was projecting his self-hatred on the baby. Hints in Twilight and Midnight Sun indicate he wasn’t always a melancholy, emo vampire; his rebellion fundamentally changed him.

Up to this point in the saga, he loves Bella, but he is sure that their relationship will end in tragedy: one way or another, he will be the cause of Bella’s death. That’s the reason for New Moon, it’s the reason for the honeymoon mess, and it’s the reason he’s sure that this thing, which came from him and thus must be a force of destruction, will kill Bella.

When he hears Renesmee’s thoughts, particularly how much she loves Bella - as much as he himself does, he is confronted with the fact that this creature, which came from him as much as Bella, is good. Therefore, he must have some good in him. I always saw this moment as similar to the description in Midnight Sun of his first night watching Bella sleep, when he sinks into his feelings for her and emerges a different person; he does the same here, sinking into what he senses from Renesmee, what that means to his sense of self and the parental love it allows him to recognize and acknowledge, and then emerging as a different person. (The movie messed up this part by changing his lines during this scene; in the book, he never attributes Renesmee’s goodness solely to Bella.) Any parent knows that while romantic love can change you, parental love can be even more powerful in that respect. His actions and attitude after hearing Renesmee show a marked departure from his pessimism and apathy up to that point: he’s determined and energetic - making plans for an earlier birth and confronting Jacob about allowing Bella’s change as an amendment to the treaty - sure that Bella can be saved and no longer concerned that changing her will destroy her soul. 

For me, this moment is why Breaking Dawn and Renesmee was necessary for the development of Edward’s character - it’s the moment he finally accepts himself.

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