|via: alanabloomes /||4 months ago with 9 notes|
“Emma Swan is a deeply damaged woman, and a deeply conflicted woman. She is a survivor, and used to being a loner, and therefore a sucker for the underdog. Against her better judgement, she will compromise herself to fight for what is right and to help those in need. She is strong and aggressive, but her brokenness and her emotions are not buried far beneath her tough exterior. He first reaction to most things is anger, but she has spent her life trying to manage her temper. She is both rash and calculated, and is forced to deal with her instincts to protect her child, a child she believes she is not capable of mothering. In the simplest form, Emma is a list of contrasting qualities: She is hard and soft; she is intense and easy going; she is strong and vulnerable; she is safe and dangerous; she is logical and impulsive. It is exciting to play a character that is so deeply conflicted and fiercely compelled to fight for what she believes is right.” — Jennifer Morrison
|via: reginamils / source: elizabethlemonades||4 months ago with 1,697 notes|
Look at that. Look at your beauty. With your hair… I’d eat it out of a bowl. Your hair. I’d put in a bowl and I’d eat your hair.
|via: chadboseman / source: belleprintemps||5 months ago with 1,257 notes|
THE VERY LONG LIST OF AWESOME LADIES ON TV: Emma Swan [OUAT]
People are gonna tell you who you are your whole life. You just gotta punch back and say, “No, this is who I am.” You want people to look at you differently? Make them! You want to change things, you’re gonna have to go out there and change them yourself, because there are no fairy godmothers in this world.
|via: osgiliaths / source: accidentaltheme||5 months ago with 499 notes|