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Yo me llamo Bella

Yo me llamo Bella

I think I’m just really grateful to be here. It’s a tough industry and I’m really happy to be doing what I love most! I think we all should always celebrate where we are in that very moment in time. ‘Cause one day you could blink and it could be gone. - Lana Parrilla, Regard Magazine (April 2014)

Marvel Productions; 2000 - 2015

teamheya:

ohbabybabyitsfucktime:

 Heather Morris & Naya Rivera <3

LOL But poor Nay, HeMo is much stronger xD

teamheya:

ohbabybabyitsfucktime:

 Heather Morris & Naya Rivera <3

LOL But poor Nay, HeMo is much stronger xD

Demi Lovato and Ed Sheeran - Give Me Love (use headphones)
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Give Me Love - Demi Lovato (left ear) and Ed Sheeran (right ear)
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tenfootpolesociety:

shavingryansprivates:

why he lick me

THIS IS SUPER COOL THOUGH IF YOU UNDERSTAND HORSES. LIKE THAT NIPPING IS A GROOMING BEHAVIOR HORSE’S DO TO BOND AND TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE SOCIAL BONDS. SO THAT HORSE IS BASICALLY TREATING THE CAT AS PART OF THE HERD AND SUSTAINING THE FRIENDLY BOND.

IT IS SAYING, “this tiny horse is very tiny but we are friends. Look at my tiny friend.”

…and If you haven’t done that yet, take the steps. Because you’re worth it. I want everyone to know you’re beautiful and you’re worthy of life and you have so much ahead of you. So just work it! This goes out to all my warriors! 

heartsways:

I love this scene because, for me, it pinpoints a characteristic that I truly love about Regina.  And it’s one that I think is highly relatable, too.  You see, Emma’s got this raw power that Regina can not only identify, but can, quite literally, FEEL.  She can see magic; sense magic; use magic.  And Emma is borne from the “most powerful magic of all”.  In that sense, Emma holds the key to power that Regina worked so hard for.  

But more than that, Regina is angry that Emma’s “wasting” her potential.  I think it speaks to who Regina is, at heart: she’s the woman who had to work twice as hard as everyone else to be half as good, you know?  Remember the look on her face when she found out that the letter she thought was about her - the one she went to for a “boost”, that reminded her she was WORTH something, that she was BETTER than the person she’d been told all her life she was, that she wasn’t a disappointment - was actually about Zelena?  She was crushed.  Because Regina wants to be the best - not only to gain her mother’s approval (which, ultimately, she never had until the very moment her mother died in her arms) but also to feel protected, to feel safe, to feel like nobody can hurt her again.

Compare this, then to Emma, who not only HAS more innate power than Regina (or so we’re led to believe) but COULD use that to protect herself and DOESN’T.  It stands to reason that Regina is frustrated - not only with Emma but with herself, too, for all the things she might do with that sort of power but has never been able to access within herself.

I think it’s really important that Regina is the one helping Emma learn to control her magic.  And yes, the methods through which she does that might be a little harsh, but Regina simply doesn’t know any better.  She was never cajoled, never taught with a gentle, encouraging hand.  She was never told that she was doing well - even when she was - or congratulated on any successes she might have.  And while that doesn’t make it right, I feel like Regina is only applying what she KNOWS gets results.

And it does get results.