woman with a demon child xD (this sounds like a Supernatural episode for Season 13!) ;D

woman with a demon child xD (this sounds like a Supernatural episode for Season 13!) ;D

"I told you, I'm not the chosen one. I just have a lot of power." "Whatever you say."

I’m glad.

"I told you, I'm not the chosen one. I just have a lot of power." "Whatever you say."

walking into the night, he was in control of his world. he would shape it with the gods and demons into an understanding of forces, each with its own price, marked in blood. — brian catling (the vorrh) i'm halfway into this book and i don't know how i feel about it yet? . photo inspired by aesthetic queen, @fabledkings

walking into the night, he was in control of his world. he would shape it with the gods and demons into an understanding of forces, each with its own price, marked in blood. — brian catling (the vorrh) i'm halfway into this book and i don't know how i feel about it yet? . photo inspired by aesthetic queen, @fabledkings

Sandwiches for a demon

Sandwiches for a demon

Basically. Except Percy Jackson and the Olympians led me to Harry Potter, and then it just all went crazy after that.

Basically. Except Percy Jackson and the Olympians led me to Harry Potter, and then it just all went crazy after that.

Looking for help: Edward blurred his face in this powerful photograph, which is entitled A...

Photographer captures his depression in series of self-portraits

Mor and Azriel by blogtealdeal

Mor and Azriel by blogtealdeal

Roast chicken with dates, olives and capers: The Silver Palate, by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins, is one of the best cookbooks I know and a classic of the 1980s, listing recipes from the first modern quality take-out food shop in New York. Many of the dishes in the book have become legendary. One of them, Chicken Marbella, is the inspiration for this recipe. The chicken needs marinading for at least a day, preferably two, to soften and flavour properly; I wouldn’t cut corners here.

Roast chicken with dates, olives and capers

Roast chicken with dates, olives and capers: The Silver Palate, by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins, is one of the best cookbooks I know and a classic of the 1980s, listing recipes from the first modern quality take-out food shop in New York. Many of the dishes in the book have become legendary. One of them, Chicken Marbella, is the inspiration for this recipe. The chicken needs marinading for at least a day, preferably two, to soften and flavour properly; I wouldn’t cut corners here.

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