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Well I know this sounds corny, but whenever I feel the temptation of peer pressure, I turn to God and he helps me through the problem.

get to know me meme: [5/5] female characters → jennifer jareau
“Yes, there are monsters, and it’s okay to be afraid of them. But it’s not okay to let them win, and it’s not okay to be one.”

TAGGED AS:  #eva green  

George R.R. Martin at San Diego Comic Con 2014 (x)

"My family is so supportive and they’re just thrilled that I was able to come to America and establish my own life and identity at 24. That is probably what they’re proudest of."

TAGGED AS:  #phoebe tonkin  

Maisie Williams and Kit Harington at SDCC 2014.

I spent like 10 years of my life pretending to fly around on a broomstick and you’re asking me if preparing for a love scene was ‘tricky’ because the other person also had a penis?
{ Daniel Radcliffe }

KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK
day 7 - free choice
"No one has stood by your side more."

Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies & Charles Michael Davis at Warner Bros. Television Photo Studio at WBTV’s Comic-Con 2014

KLEBEKAH APPRECIATION WEEK
day 6 - most underrated moment
Of course the scene in which Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah isn’t underrated at all - everyone sees the beauty of it. It’s such a delicate and poetic moment.
What I think we don’t talk enough about is how Rebekah’s words touched Klaus. I think her monologue before leaving New Orleans really got him. They live without hope and both of them want to live with it again.
"Hope" is also a belief that Rebekah’s has. She still believes that her brother is still in there under the monster’s façade. And that’s the baby that will change things.
It’s not a case that Klaus named her daughter Hope, not after Rebekah’s words. It’s such a meaningful choice of a name.