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Mathilda: leon, i think i’m falling in love with you. it’s the first time for me, you know? Léon: how do you know it’s love if you’ve never been in love before? Mathilda: cause i feel it. Léon: where? Mathilda: in my stomach. it’s all warm. i always had a knot there and now… it’s gone. Léon: mathilda, i’m glad you don’t have a stomachache anymore. i don’t think it means anything. x


Maybe I'm over romanticizing this, but I swore there was a spark (maybe it was just loose wiring haha) On the outside you are perfect. And the glimpses I've seen of the inner you were amazing too. I still wish I could get to know you better.

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Turkish Delight | The Chronicles of Narnia; The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Make the classic turkish delight that you know from The Chronicles of Narnia's 'The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe'


gothic fantasy art -It is fortunate to be favored with praise and popularity. You don’t have to be rich to be rich in spirit. “I know your troubles, I know that you are poor but really you are Rich” Rev 3


"I know it’s another picture of Eowyn but I’m sorry I can’t get enough of Eowyn. The guys are all, “bitch stay home” but she sneaks along anyway and ends up, you know, only being the only one that can kill the m-fin’ Witch King of Nazgul. The WITCH KING of NAZGUL. I would’ve stayed home, I tell you what. Arwen was just some elf-princess with daddy issues. Should’ve gotten with a real woman, Aragorn. Boner move, there."


The deer is linked to the arts, specifically poetry and music in ancient Celtic animal lore due to its graceful form. The Celts also believed that deer were associated with the fairie realm, and would lead troops of fairies - hundreds of them trailing behind them as the stag cut a path through the forest. Both Celts and Native Americans observed the deer to be savvy when it came to finding the best herbs. These earth-bound peoples would fo...