Was that Anna’s husband?!! She just punched him!!
What a debut LOL
KSENIA’S GONNA BE ON GOOD DAY NEW YORK
WILL SOMEONE PLEASE RECORD THIS?! (i’m a canadian)
is it just me or does this photo scream super hero pose? she’s pretty much one in real life.
If people are going to start reposting this right away I’m seriously going to get annoyed. You don’t do the work of digging up these wonderful photos so please use the reblog button. It’s much appreciated.
Anonymous asked: But on the lostgirl wiki site it says kenzi is fae former human
I think if you ask anyone we can all assure you that Kenzi is not fae and never has been. A fae did impersonate her once but Kenzi herself has never been a fae.
I checked and it says her species is human. But that may change. ( I also haven’t seen the latest episode of LG maybe there’s something I missed about that)
Anonymous asked: I saw that someone asked about the last episode and the card thing. The Wanderer is another name for The Fool tarot card - and The Fool has always been kind of a wild card that usually means in tarot readings new beginnings, excitement, opportunities, child-like innocence. But then also unpredictability, foolishness, naivety, etc. Sounds like Bo and Tamsin are in for a wild ride together that could mean trouble if they aren't cautious.
We have an expert over here! Thanks for the info :) Lost Girl has the most interesting stuff to learn about!
I know this is a season 2 promo, but I felt like bringing it back because I love it. It’s kind of whimsical and pretty but still a bit creepy. Plus Anna looks stunning as usual.
Anonymous asked: Do you mind explaining what happened at the end of the last Lost Girl with all the papers falling from the sky?
I think it has to do with Tasmin being a Valkyrie, we learned a bit about it when she and Bo reverted back to teenagers and she talked about what it means and what’s involved with being one. It seems to have been hinted and now confirmed that Bo is important for something else involving her with Tamsin for Valkyrie buisness. She says “please tell me she’s not the one” and I looked up a bit about Valkyries she was saying how she can’t be close to people because they will end up dying, I don’t know what the card “The Wanderer” means but they basically choose soldiers that live or die in battle for one thing. I’m sure she said die only? If I’m remembering correctly. So it’s some kind of sign and foreshadowing.
I know it”s wikipedia but you can get some ideas and information here :) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valkyrie
So this love triangle has become a…….
a love square?
Can I be added to it next?!!
Today is an amazing day. When I was a little girl, I was happy to see my grandfather giving flowers to my grandmother, and my dad giving flowers to my mom. Even I got flowers and thought, “what a good day to be a girl!” As I grew and matured, I had the honor of meeting many wonderful, talented and generous women who helped me love this day even more.
About a year ago, I learned about another extraordinary woman: Iris Sipolski, a mother who gave up her dreams to fight for her son Kurt’s life as he suffered through the agony of polio in the 1940s. Through Kurt’s book,Too Early for Flowers: The Story of a Polio Mother, I learned about a time when this horrifying disease was killing thousands of children. I immediately felt the need to take a stand and help spread awareness among my generation which, like me, has little knowledge about this devastating disease. As an artist whose instrument is story telling, I have made it my goal to develop a film to shed light on this profoundly moving story. The more I learn about how polio still affects the world today, the more determined I am to continue to fight.
It was amazing to see that there were only 223 cases last year, compared to an estimated 350,000 cases in 1988. Today, polio mainly exists in just a few final reservoirs in Pakistan, Nigeria and Afghanistan. The world is closer than ever to eradicating polio because of the women who work fearlessly in far reaches of the world to end this crippling disease forever.
Women play a key role in frontline vaccination and social mobilization efforts, and are essential to gaining the trust of local communities. They often have to work under extremely dangerous conditions, including the threat of violence. During immunization campaigns, thousands of female volunteers and frontline workers, known as Lady Health Workers, go door-to-door to deliver the polio vaccine to millions of children. By going into homes and talking to mothers, female health workers are able to reassure worried parents about the safety of vaccines. In places like South Afghanistan, where cultural norms prevent men from entering homes, female vaccinators often make the difference between a closed or opened door.
Read the rest here on Huffington Post Canada