Not So Molly
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I'm a writer. I'm a wife and a mother. I'm a fangirl. I'm political and opinionated and snarky, Most importantly, I'm me.

Sometimes I post clit licking gifs. Sometimes I post puppies. It's all here, the good and the bad, the sexy and the shitty.

Love is always the answer.
“how's the hydration today?”
— asked by rcknrbyn

My kid keeps stealing my water bottle. He has his own, but apparently the water tastes better from momma’s.

Twelve knows things

(Source: lisabethsalander)

How long would it take to watch all the movies in the MCU back to back?

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“I loved the new chapter of Raven. It was impressive and poignant and... I'm out of sophisticated words. Woah. There we go. It was very woah.”
— asked by ticklishteacup

I totally heard the woah in the voice of Crush from Finding Nemo.

Thank you so much.

“That was so good. I wanna be just as good as you when I grow up someday..”

Thank you, darling.

The Raven and the Eagle - Chapter Nineteen


Ruarc smiled as he walked into his house. Bridach was back, and based on the scent hanging in the air, had reconciled with his father. A moment’s listen and he could hear two different people breathing, steady enough that they had to be sleeping. His father had kept him up the last three nights with his tossing and turning. Apparently all he had needed was Bridach back. Ruarc took the rabbits he and Laoise had caught back outside. He would skin them there, and keep Laoise from going inside.


Cian woke to the noise of Bridach whimpering and the sting of her nails raking down his side as she struggled in his arms. He clamped her mouth shut, his thumb against the soft skin under her jaw and his index finger hooked over her nose, and she stilled. A few seconds later her eyes opened. He watched consciousness return to her gaze and dropped his hand from her mouth. “Bad dream?”

“A vision.”

“Of the war?”

“No. Of what I must do tonight.” She sat up and swung her legs over the edge of the bed. “I must go tell Gráinne.”

He reached for her and let his fingers slide down the gentle bumps of her spine. “Do you want me to come with you?”

“No.” She gripped the frame of the bed with both hands and looked back at him over her shoulder. “Will you come with me tonight, though? I don’t want to face this alone.”

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wax figures terrify me.



I know you’re sad, so I won’t tell you to have a good day. Instead, I advise you to simply have a day. Stay alive, feed yourself well, wear comfortable clothes, and don’t give up on yourself just yet. It’ll get better. Until then, have a day.

i needed this.

(Source: violent-choices)



In addition to the five static schools of witchcraft and wizardry on the North American continent, there is another school which has catered to students for thousands of years. It has no name and no location: some years the patchwork band of longhouses, teepees, and kivas appears in the Pacific Northwest; other years it sits on the tear-stained earth of Oklahoma; some years it resides in Canada or the upper reaches of  Alaska (a bit of a challenge for students from arid desert regions). The teachers come from the Salish, the Cherokee, the Navajo, the Iroquois, the Chippewa, and hundreds of other indigenous tribes. Rather than separate into houses, the students maintain their tribal ties: there’s no small amount of friction between different nations with historic feuds. The school has a legendary reputation for record-keeping and cultural preservation; students are also at the forefront of magical innovation, constantly searching for new answers to age-old questions (such as magic use in major urban areas). Wandless magic is common, but even more common is the process of creating one’s own wand: an elaborate ceremony that varies depending on tribal origin. It is considered a great privilege to collect a wand core from a mythical beast.Every summer there are huge celebrations combining dance and magic: families travel from all over the world to join their children at the school.

I did go to school for Marine Biology, but the cool thing is… the greatest thing for me is that Polynesians, our gods, Kahoali, Maui, all these water gods, so it’s really cool and a honor to be playing a [water] character. And there’s not too many brown superheroes, so I’m really looking forward to representing the Polynesians, the natives.

My family are some of the greatest water men on earth. I’m not, but I’m going to go train with them. But it’s really an honor just being a Polynesian. And water is the most important thing in this world and we all know it. It’s cool be a part of DC’s universe.

Jason Momoa on getting to play Aquaman (via racialicious)


(via fairagainunsay)

(Source: fyeahlilbit3point0)

“I hope the new chapter of Roadside Rescue is coming along splendidly :)”
— asked by Anonymous

Honestly I haven’t even started it yet. I’m still trying to finish this chapter of The Raven and the Eagle. So it might be Wednesday before Chris and Riley get published.

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