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I'll take the spontaneous musical numbers, perfect hair, epic clothes, and endless supply of walls to paint. XD become a disney princess!

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princess:they all look amazing here and though im biased to Ariel and Rapunzel, I have to say that Ariel and snow white are so breathtakingly beautiful in this fan art.

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♡ Lilo: I'm late because I had to go to the store, and get peanut butter, cause all we had is , is stinkin tuna! Lilo's Teacher: Lilo, Lilo why is this so important? Lilo: Pudge Controls The Weather.

Gwenhwyfar, the Welsh Goddess, is believed to have existed as long as there has been surf to pound against rocky shores.

Lovely lady in the woods holding a magic sword over a horseshoe or something. True story -------------------------------------- Avalon Camelot King Arthur: " by ~Le-Regard-des-Elfes, at deviantART.

Nature <<< I have nature powers! It says I'm the insightful one, always questioning and exploring things. I love to learn new things, and have a little fun; I'm very kind to everything around me, and I'm curious. That's pretty darn accurate! :D

What's Your Secret Power?

Nature <<< I have nature powers! It says I'm the insightful one, always questioning and exploring things. I'm very kind to everything around me, and I'm curious. That's pretty darn accurate!

I love my sister!!!

I wuv my sister ! And my other sisters, Amie, Anne, and soon , and a special sister of investment . And my ''legit'' long~lost 'twin' sister ;) I wuv ALL of my sisters!

Maiden, Mother, Crone

✯ The Triple Goddess ~ Maiden, Mother and Crone :: the norns Artist Unknown✯

I've found a bunch of beautiful Sleeping Beauty pictures - my favorite fairy tale - Susan

What Is Your Superhero Archetype?

Sleeping beauty by Katarzyna Widmanska, via Behance. For "Five Fairytales"

Why the women in the office hate me

Why the women in the office hate me

The Morrigan

"Mórríghan" - A print from the original painting by Emily Balivet, Mórríghan ~ The Irish Goddess of fertility, war, and death would often appear on battlefields in the form of a crow or raven and would consume the dead. Her name means "Great Queen".

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