I rather like this dress… Oh and those shoes…
Lost. That was the word to describe it. A bunch of soldiers had chased after her a few towns back, and she ran. Saphire didn’t want to fight, not again. They kept calling her a name, probably someone that looked close to her.
When she heard a group of people coming her way, Saphire pulled her hood up so she wouldn’t be mistaken again for the other woman. She moved to the edge of the thin pathway to let the four strangers pass by, but when she peeked up at one of them she quickly saw why she was mistaken for another woman. She quickly broke eye contact, hoping the other woman didn’t see her.
yes yes i clean 4 u
Thank you cat.
Holy Jesus. I think I should be glad that Ælf doesn’t like water.
"I love you too," He breathed out against her lips, before watching her with an appreciative glance and then clambering into the tub after her.
"I like this tub," she said, playing with the water. "It’s very large."
"You’d still look absolutely gorgeous, just so you know." He stated pointedly and leaned to capture her lips in a lazy, tender kiss.
Saphire hummed into the kiss. “Love you,” she smiled at him before moving around him and stepping into the tub.
"Yeah," he smiled and kissed each boy on their head. "And daddy loves them both very much."
"And me too?" Lexa pouted.
"We love you too," Saphire kissed her head.
the idea that if the worlds resources were actually evenly distributed everyone would be impoverished is a myth of capitalism and is used to justify horrific inequalities that literally kill people