Rachel - thirtysomething. Brand new resident of the Pacific Northwest. Prolific fanfiction writer under the pen name GoingVintage. Aspiring actual writer. SkyeWard, Olicity, Captain Swan, Jamie/Claire, Puckleberry (but I don't watch Glee anymore because Glee sucks.)  I love cowboys, bad boys, superheroes, and men in uniform. Jensen Ackles. Stephen Amell. Henry Cavill. Parker Young. Chris Pratt. Brett Dalton. Superman (in all his forms.) Band of Brothers and The Pacific. And a touch of 1940s history occasionally thrown in for good measure.

 

forgottenromeo:

It’s things like this that make me REALLY wish they would have used the John Williams theme for man of steel.

skye-and-ward = gettinsentimental (went back to my original URL)

I’m not a full Skyeward blog, so I’m going back to my original blog URL (which is the name of my favorite song of all time). 

I’m jamming to music on my iPod while I work on unpacking my kitchen, and I’m again reminded that Face the Music is the best NKOTB CD ever made and that “If You Go Away” is still my favorite of their songs.  *sigh*  


Chris Pratt and Anna Faris attended a wedding in Davis, California on August 30, 2014 (I read that it was Anna’s brother’s wedding but I’m not sure)

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris attended a wedding in Davis, California on August 30, 2014 (I read that it was Anna’s brother’s wedding but I’m not sure)

(Source: chrisprattcenter)

downthesemeanstreetspodcast:

On August 31, 1941, Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve bid adieu to Wistful Vista and moved to Summerfield in one of the first-ever spin-off programs. The Great Gildersleeve took Fibber McGee’s nemesis and set him up as a family man in his new home town, taking in his orphaned niece and nephew. Harold Peary starred as “Gildy,” with a supporting cast that included Walter Tetley as nephew Leroy; Mary Lee Robb as niece Marjorie; Arthur Q. Bryan as Floyd the barber; and Richard LeGrand as pharmacist Peavey. After Peary left the series in 1950, Willard Waterman starred as Gildy until the series ended in 1957.

downthesemeanstreetspodcast:

On August 31, 1941, Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve bid adieu to Wistful Vista and moved to Summerfield in one of the first-ever spin-off programs. The Great Gildersleeve took Fibber McGee’s nemesis and set him up as a family man in his new home town, taking in his orphaned niece and nephew. Harold Peary starred as “Gildy,” with a supporting cast that included Walter Tetley as nephew Leroy; Mary Lee Robb as niece Marjorie; Arthur Q. Bryan as Floyd the barber; and Richard LeGrand as pharmacist Peavey. After Peary left the series in 1950, Willard Waterman starred as Gildy until the series ended in 1957.