Musings On Other

Embrace Your Other

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He looked out over the fields and buildings, the crofts and the roads, then looked down, a smile suddenly curving the wide mouth.
"And you, my Sassenach? What were you born for? To be a lady of a manor, or to sleep in the fields like a gypsy? To be a healer, or a don’s wife, or an outlaw’s lady?
"I was born for you," I said simply, and held out my arms to him.


~And THIS is why they are my favorite literary couple. #Jamie + #Claire #OTP #Outlander

He looked out over the fields and buildings, the crofts and the roads, then looked down, a smile suddenly curving the wide mouth.

"And you, my Sassenach? What were you born for? To be a lady of a manor, or to sleep in the fields like a gypsy? To be a healer, or a don’s wife, or an outlaw’s lady?

"I was born for you," I said simply, and held out my arms to him.

~And THIS is why they are my favorite literary couple. #Jamie + #Claire #OTP #Outlander

(Source: apriki, via an-outlander-and-an-exile)

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kristensource:

I'm not sure if I'm most happy when I'm comfortable and content or when I'm pushing myself to the limits. There are such different versions of happy, and I really appreciate both.”