Archives for the Date September 7th, 2018

its-moopoint: jamesandclairefraser: where-i-ll-remember-you-alwa…

its-moopoint:

jamesandclairefraser:
where-i-ll-remember-you-always:
Lol
Wow I love how subtle they are

wehadfacesthen: Happy newlyweds Arthur Miller and Marilyn…

wehadfacesthen:

Happy newlyweds Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe, New York, 1956

Variety headlined the wedding: “Egghead Weds Hourglass”

withinmeloveresides1: isilverandcold: a5xc: bundyspooks: A…

withinmeloveresides1:

isilverandcold:

a5xc:

bundyspooks:
A picture of Freddie Oversteegen, a Dutch girl who was the unsuspecting killer of dozens of Nazis. Along with her friend Hannie and her sister Truus, the girls worked with a team from the Dutc…

notevenjokingfic: A huge thank you to @balfeheughlywed for this chapter.  She was the one who read…

notevenjokingfic:

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A huge thank you to @balfeheughlywed for this chapter.  She was the one who read it and told me it needed to breathe…to give Jamie and Claire time.  Thanks again, Lauren.  You were right.

Chapter 8
The Goodbye

She’d buried him years ago, missed him every day, dreamt of him from time to time. This dream was different.

She sat up suddenly, tears streaming down her face, her own voice crying out his name, waking her.

In her dream he was right there, as vivid as if he were still alive.  He looked like he did before he got old, in the early days of their time together.  His hair was dark, his glasses round, spine straight, hands perfect before the arthritis bent them.

In her dream he was laughing, talking to someone, a person he clearly cared for, loved even, because he was beaming.  She couldn’t see the person, couldn’t hear them, but could feel Uncle Lamb’s happiness at seeing them.  He took a step forward, disappeared.

Right before he vanished she heard him say, Henry!

Her father.  He’d been talking to her father.  

Spoke his name.

Then disappeared.  

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adrasteiax: “Your truths, painful and boring repeat themselves over & over perhaps because you…

adrasteiax:

“Your truths, painful and boring
repeat themselves over & over
perhaps because you own
so few of them”

— Margaret Atwood, from Their Attitudes Differ in “Selected Poems I: 1965-1975″

1band1sound: agileo-101: micdotcom: Latino people are refusing…

1band1sound:

agileo-101:

micdotcom:

Latino people are refusing to be generalized by Donald Trump or anyone else.

Yooooo!

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