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henricavyll: ‏@caitrionambalfe Quite inspired by Anne Bancroft…


‏@caitrionambalfe Quite inspired by Anne Bancroft from the graduate for 60’s Claire #OutlanderFinale @Outlander_STARZ

didanawisgi: “Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose…


“Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”

— Victor Frankl

timotaychalamet: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)…


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) dir. David Fincher

I don’t think it would have bothered anyone if they hadn’t called ppl crazy and acted like they had no idea why anyone would think they were together when the answer is: your behavior

This is absolutely true.

It’s the most ridiculous and condescending cop out I have ever heard.

Shippers were not the only ones to be “delusional” over the years so, I’m sure SC got many eye rolls among the folks in Hollywood with that nonsense.

It’s their loss and the joke is ultimately on them… they lost many fans who used to do good promo for them and their show.. and people still think they are together and lying about it.

So they have really achieved nothing… lol

Deep as the Road is Long (Part III, Chapter 23)


Rating: Lightly smutty toward the end.

Also Read On: AO3

Previous Chapter

July 2017

He’s been uncharacteristically quiet for days, and it worries her.

Claire’s tried to pull things from him, she’s tried to get him to speak to her, but he always seems so lost in thought; never upset, never sad, just in his own head. She’s slightly concerned, but trying to follow his lead and not smother or push too hard, trusting that when he says he’s fine, he is. Still, she’s surprised when he suggests they go to dinner at Rocpool in the near future.

“Isn’t that–well. Isn’t it expensive?” she asks hesitantly.

Her reward is a broad smile, his first one in days, as though some sort of weight has been lifted from his shoulders. “How often do we go out? One dinner date ye have to dress up for. ‘Tis all I’m asking.”

Dress up, for a restaurant that’s reservations only. She should suspect, but she’s so relieved to see him smiling and happy that it doesn’t even register. Two nights later, while she sits across from Jamie looking over a menu of very expensive dinner items, Claire lets out a breath. “If we’re spending this sort of money, I feel as though I should get something different,” she says, squinting in the low lighting. “Christ, I can’t see anything.”

Jamie hasn’t looked at his menu once; he’s too busy watching her lean in and try to make out the small text in the dim room. It makes him smile to himself, the simple idea that he can take his time to memorize the way her eyebrows knit together when she’s focused, the way her lips part and her head tilts to one side as she thinks.


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What do you think about the talk of Sam twirling and his sexual preference?

You must be new to my blog; I don’t comment on anyone’s sexuality and reproductive capabilities. Sexuality is fluid and I’ll leave it at that. Above all else, let people narrate their own bodies. It is the (unexamined) privilege of heterosexuals to narrate the body of the marginalized, so my advice is to refrain from partaking in reproducing such power dynamics. 

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