Install Theme

Your web-browser is very outdated, and as such, this website may not display properly. Please consider upgrading to a modern, faster and more secure browser. Click here to do so.

Arguing with the Kid in the Mirror...

Get your own damn toothbrush. This one is mine.

Hi, my name is Rei and this is me having a conversation with myself.
(Which you are just listening in on. You creeper.)
Who are you?
<83

{more}

Posts tagged willow and tara

May 28 '12
Feb 15 '12

(Source: jaclynnicolee)

Feb 14 '12
Feb 4 '12
This reminds me of &#8220;Tabula Rasa,&#8221; somehow.  I think because Willow and Tara still had all the chemistry going on even though they no longer knew who they were or that they were meant to be together.

This reminds me of “Tabula Rasa,” somehow.  I think because Willow and Tara still had all the chemistry going on even though they no longer knew who they were or that they were meant to be together.

(Source: tinafeyys)

Jan 30 '12
Always.

Always.

(Source: btvslover)

Jan 26 '12

This scene is meant to be a very sensual and a very powerful image between two women [whether or not there as to be a relationship]. And we hadn’t, at this point, decided how far the relationship would go. But we wanted this to be a moment that was very physical and very empowering and very beautiful between them. And it set off some fireworks. It also moved the drink machine. It’s a very empowering statement about love, how two people together can accomplish more than when they’re alone, a great deal more. Looking back now, knowing everything we’ve done since seems there’s no other way we could’ve gone with it, it really is one of the most romantic images we’ve put on film.
-Joss Whedon, Hush Commentary 

(Source: gladyswitham)

Jan 24 '12

JUST LOOK AT YOU TWO.  WITH THE SMILES AND THE SMILES.  <3

(Source: gladyswitham)

Jan 22 '12

Tara: Willow, I got so lost.
Willow: I found you. I will always find you.

Hey, remember that time when Tara went off the deep end? Like, all cuckoo-ka-choo?

Willow was there for her. Willow found her and Willow brought her back.

Hey, remember that time when Willow became an addict and pushed Tara away?

And then Willow sobered up, which was no easy feat…

Hey, remember that time when Tara came back into the picture and fought like hell to make sure no one else enabled Willow’s self-destructive habits ever again?

In summary: I LOVE these women.  I desperately wish for a relationship at least half as emotional and mutually supportive and awesome as this one was.

(Source: bramzambies)

Jan 22 '12
Jan 20 '12
readytobestrong:

Top 10 Whedonverse Pairings (In no particular order) | Willow &amp; Tara

readytobestrong:

Top 10 Whedonverse Pairings (In no particular order) | Willow & Tara

Jan 7 '12
Yesterday someone suggested to me that what I really want in my life for a partner is a nurturer.  Someone who is outrageously emotionally giving.
Not quite true. 
I am my own nurturer, for starters&#8230;
I also don&#8217;t need someone who is rich or fantastic in bed, although someone who is financially stable is nice because I don&#8217;t have to worry about them and yes, when I am ready, sex would definitely be great because I like the idea of the intimate connection.  But I can provide for myself in both of those areas already (and I&#8217;m getting even better at it all!), no problem.   So yeah, bragging about those things in my presence as if those things matter most really doesn&#8217;t count for shit.  
I don&#8217;t need someone to put bandaids on me or make me soup or any manner of random shit, either.  In fact, there&#8217;s very few people who would actually be capable of getting me to do ANYTHING if I so happened to be on my death bed and they were crazy enough to attempt to take care of me.  And those are, amusingly, the people I know and trust well enough to genuinely feel that humbled, humiliated and ashamed around&#8230;
Actually, wait.  I just hit on the real point here.  Trust.  As sad as it may seem to some, I need to be with a girl who knows how to make me feel safe.   And by that I mean more emotionally, spiritually, psychologically safe, and I&#8217;m placing less emphasis on a physical sort of big-walls-made-of-boulders safe.   Because physically-speaking?  I can easily protect myself, if I need to or absolutely have to.   
Anywho&#8230;
All I really want is someone I can really let my guard down around.  Someone I can truly allow myself to be vulnerable with, and to not be afraid when I do so.  Someone who might see the ickiest and darkest parts of me without flinching.  Someone who will love me anyway.
THAT&#8217;s what I want in that certain other person.  A safe place.  A shelter.  A home.
I just want someone I can really TRUST.

Yesterday someone suggested to me that what I really want in my life for a partner is a nurturer.  Someone who is outrageously emotionally giving.

Not quite true. 

I am my own nurturer, for starters…

I also don’t need someone who is rich or fantastic in bed, although someone who is financially stable is nice because I don’t have to worry about them and yes, when I am ready, sex would definitely be great because I like the idea of the intimate connection.  But I can provide for myself in both of those areas already (and I’m getting even better at it all!), no problem.   So yeah, bragging about those things in my presence as if those things matter most really doesn’t count for shit.  

I don’t need someone to put bandaids on me or make me soup or any manner of random shit, either.  In fact, there’s very few people who would actually be capable of getting me to do ANYTHING if I so happened to be on my death bed and they were crazy enough to attempt to take care of me.  And those are, amusingly, the people I know and trust well enough to genuinely feel that humbled, humiliated and ashamed around…

Actually, wait.  I just hit on the real point here.  Trust.  As sad as it may seem to some, I need to be with a girl who knows how to make me feel safe.   And by that I mean more emotionally, spiritually, psychologically safe, and I’m placing less emphasis on a physical sort of big-walls-made-of-boulders safe.   Because physically-speaking?  I can easily protect myself, if I need to or absolutely have to.   

Anywho…

All I really want is someone I can really let my guard down around.  Someone I can truly allow myself to be vulnerable with, and to not be afraid when I do so.  Someone who might see the ickiest and darkest parts of me without flinching.  Someone who will love me anyway.

THAT’s what I want in that certain other person.  A safe place.  A shelter.  A home.

I just want someone I can really TRUST.

(Source: buffy-screencaps)

Dec 28 '11

anyanka:

buffy meme » favorite couple (2/3) / willow & tara

Tara: Even when I’m at my worst, you always make me feel special. How you do that?
Willow: Magic.

Dec 28 '11
I want a relationship like this.  Minus the bad parts, obviously.  No one really wants the bad parts.
But yes, the good parts.  Out of all the fictional lesbian relationships I have (not so) secretly aspired to over the years (and there&#8217;s a handful), this one tops the whole damn list.
I will have something like this someday.  But not today.
Laugh if you want.  Fuck you, this is what I want.  Yeah we probably won&#8217;t have any witchy powers, or werewolf exes, or vampiric foes, but the other stuff we can totally fucking have, okay?  Okay.

I want a relationship like this.  Minus the bad parts, obviously.  No one really wants the bad parts.

But yes, the good parts.  Out of all the fictional lesbian relationships I have (not so) secretly aspired to over the years (and there’s a handful), this one tops the whole damn list.

I will have something like this someday.  But not today.

Laugh if you want.  Fuck you, this is what I want.  Yeah we probably won’t have any witchy powers, or werewolf exes, or vampiric foes, but the other stuff we can totally fucking have, okay?  Okay.

Nov 1 '11

I present to you: a fanvid that always makes me weep quietly.