Natalia. 21. Puerto Rico. I like way too many things to be put on a list. But this is pretty much were I express myself. And spam people with my obsessions. I post adult content so if you can't handle it I suggest you leave. Se habla Español
Anonymous said: I think you are really pretty and hot. It's a shame I havnt had the opportunity to meet you personally because besides what i've said you seem to be very kind, emotional and a very good friend. Have a good day, Exito!
Anon I believe you just made my day much better. Thank you for the kind words ^.^
It be nice for next time to see who you are though :)
You ruined me
Emma didn’t want to give up her good life, but Hook wanted to remind her that maybe the life she was about to remember wasn’t all bad. His line about her loving someone in the life she lost was beautiful, and it was a nice callback to “Going Home,” in which Emma’s “Good” seemed to encourage Hook to believe his affections weren’t wholly unrequited. Morrison played Emma’s reaction to that perfectly—there was some fear in her eyes, but there was a surprising bit of hope there, too. Emma wants to be able to love; she doesn’t want to lose that part of herself. So when Hook implied that she might still be able to love—and to love this person she already feels herself drawn to—it gave her a sense of hope that not all the good things from her life would be lost. The moments after Emma drank the potion were subtle but effective. Morrison did a good job of showing that Emma was both surprised that someone came back for her and not surprised at all by who it was that found her. And Hook’s response was just cheeky enough to be perfectly in-character. In fact, I loved that Hook had his swagger and his sense of humor back in this episode. Sharing a drink like old times after Emma’s memories were restored, there was a real sense of understanding and openness between Emma and Hook. This was the scene where I felt Morrison and O’Donoghue were at their best together. When Hook told Emma there was nothing left for him in the Enchanted Forest, all Morrison needed to do was change her facial expression slightly to show us that Emma understood that Hook was lost without her. And when Hook told Emma that he came back to save her, O’Donoghue delivered that line without any real sense of romance. It was a fact. But it was a fact Emma has never heard in her life—someone is capable of making her their top priority. Emma was defined by her role as the savior from before her birth; it’s her job to bring back happy endings. But Hook wanted to save her from a life she didn’t choose—a life of false memories. His job in this episode was to give the savior her own chance at a real happy ending.