She was bribed with sweet biscuits and ox milk, calmed with stories of magic and seafaring. All to keep her sane in a time of turmoil.
Think about that. The only reason why we don’t do something is because we are afraid. Not saying that sometimes that fear isn’t justified but the only reason why we don’t do something is because we are afraid. If we could get past the fear, what could we do? What could we experience? What could we accomplish? Don’t let your fears be the thing that hinder you, for God sake. [x]
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original art by: benjamin huen [x]
so here’s the thing; i don’t have any friends in real life. like i have work colleagues but i don’t have anyone to ‘hang out’ with but all you guys on here especially the gaming community just make me feel pretty loved and not lonely so i just want to thank you all sososo much and just say i fucking love you this has been a post
"Elizabeth, originally named Anna DeWitt, was born in 1893 to Booker DeWitt and an unknown mother who died during childbirth. Booker, then a Pinkerton agent, was expelled from the agency after Anna’s birth for his use of extreme brutality in quelling a workers’ strike. Booker then descended into depression, excessive drinking, and gambling, building up a large debt burden.Later that year, Booker was contacted by Robert Lutece, a representative of Father Zachary Hale Comstock, an enigmatic man who offered to pay off all of Booker’s debts in exchange for Anna.”