Postings with tag: once_upon_a_time
once upon a time, belle, cannibalism, deceit, emma swan, hannibal lector, henry mills, jealousy, life, lust, queen, regina mills, swan, love, prince, princess, romance, rumpelstilskin, sun, will graham
March 30, 2016
I've added my own character to "Once Upon a Time"--the girl from this old English fairy tale, "The Stars in the Sky": http://www.essentia.com/book/stories/skystar.htm In the Enchanted Forest, the little girl--named Kaelin--became friends with Jiminy Cricket in her quest to reach the stars. In Storybrooke, she's 17 and named Bridget, and…
September 27, 2013
The conclusion of Regina's scheme, Hannibal serves his special dinner for his new friends and Will, but when his colleague has another episode, Regina is given the opportunity to show off her nurturing side. As trust amongst the adults wavers, lust grows, and the masters can feel their pawns falling…
September 24, 2013
Following the events of Part 1, Regina and Emma reluctantly hit the road together. Quick talking and smooth lies on both Regina and Hanibal's parts make the always suspicious Emma try looking even deeper as the good doctor prepares a meal with delicacies only he and Regina know how to…
September 22, 2013
Regina lusts after Emma, and finally develops a plot to have the blonde within her grasp. With the help of notorious serial killing cannibal Hannibal, she plots how to have Emma all to herself--and help Hannibal keep Will under his thumb. *Spoiler Alert:Don't read if you haven't seen the episodes…
A Letter I once wrote to my grandfather while being in the city of Lights. Take a little walk with me through the streets of Paris and get a bit lost in the time travel of my thoughts!
“You don’t need to take pity on me! Don’t you get it? It was just an act. Everything was just an act! Cinderella is a character in a play – she doesn’t exist! How could you possibly think that she exists?” That’s right, she was good at acting. She had…
July 20, 2010
The story of why the Sun (and sometimes the moon) is out during the day while the Moon, and the stars, are out at night.