an impairment of language, affecting the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read or write.
“I started with bodies,” she says, gesturing a hand to herself, “You started with Arabic, yes?”
25 Sep 2016
A mother's love knows no bounds; neither, naturally, does her grief.
Five mothers who lost their children.
28 Aug 2016
It had started out like any other normal day for Willas.
By the end of the day, he had sold six bouquets to the same girl in the span of one morning, gotten kidnapped, been driven halfway across the country, physically threatened, rescued, and been driven halfway across the country again (in the opposite direction).
And he might have maybe (definitely) fallen in love.
“Flower child,” she says by way of greeting as she leans an arm against the counter, “you know what I want.” He falters a little at the nickname as he picks up his cane to potter around the shop and come up with another bouquet for her. (The last time he’d been called flower child, he had been in seventh grade, and Margaery had punched the kid in the face. Thrice.)
Willas runs a flower shop. Arya buys multiple fuck-you bouquets for Joffrey on behalf of Sansa. Everything goes to shit.
Draco and Hermione are having some fun. Hermione sneezes.
Fandom: Sort of - Fandom, sort of I guess? - Fandom, Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Legends: New Republic Era - All Media Types, Star Wars Original Trilogy
11 Jul 2016
Han and Leia decide to build a nursery in the Falcon. Things progress from there. AU for the EU.
Bookmarked by havethecouragetoexist
20 Feb 2017