Jar of Thoughts

via sansasnark · originally by warrior-princess87
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i hope one day someone loves you as much as you love your favourite fictional character

via interstellarlove · originally by connorkawaii

"There was talk of me being Lois Lane at one point and sort of spinning into that…" - Allison Mack (x)

via fuckyeahchloesullivan · originally by softkakumei


Fortune 3rd anniversary - February 25th 2011

I hope it’s not that you’re going to run off without your husband.

via fyeahchlollie · originally by chlollienza


Treat yourself the way you treat your favorite characters. Look into your back-story to understand your current plot. Sympathize with yourself. Recognize your flaws, and appreciate your strengths. Defend yourself. Cheer yourself on when you go into battle. Appreciate every relationship you make and always look for hidden potential. You’re the protagonist in your story. You’re the main character. You’re the hero.

Treat yourself like one.

via jessicadrw · originally by romanovastiel

That’s when you let go.- 9.12 Warrior February 12, 2010

Track Title: Warm Whispers

Artist: Missy Higgins

Album: On A Clear Night


Warm Whispers - Missy Higgins

Your warm whispers
Out of the dark they carry my heart
Your warm whispers
Into the dawn they carry me through
And I’m weeping warm honey and milk
That you stay surrounding me, surrounding me

via aquiethistory · originally by councilmanhowser




In playing a strong female character for 10 years on Smallville, I never realized how fortunate I was to not play someone’s arm candy. That was until I got back into the auditioning circuit.

Many people are asking me why I’m not working. It has now been 1 year since I last set foot on a film set.

Well, the answer is simple: There are very few writers like you (Joss Whedon) in this industry. A “strong woman role” or a “strong female story” is still considered a genre in the film industry – anything but mainstream.

The female hero should have strength, wisdom, compassion and integrity. I am no longer ok with portraying anything that degrades or erodes this type of woman.

So I will wait patiently…(maybe even try writing a little) until I get the next, “strong female character” I can sink my teeth into.

Allison Mack responds to Joss Whedon's Equality Now speech [x]

(via allisonmackweb)

via supagirl · originally by allisonmackweb