1. 22:07 21st Oct 2014

    Notes: 34

    Reblogged from mametupa

    mametupa:

Dougal’s motives for making Claire marry Jamie


“Dougal, it appears, is killing two birds with one stone; while he has sufficient humanitarian instincts to wish to keep Claire away from Randall (and is still curious enough about her to want to find out for himself what she’s do­ing there), his principal motive is to stifle any chance of his nephew attaining the chieftainship of clan MacKenzie—for the clan will never accept Jamie as leader with an English wife.”
Diana Gabaldon, The Outlandish Companion

    mametupa:

    Dougal’s motives for making Claire marry Jamie

    Dougal, it appears, is killing two birds with one stone; while he has sufficient humanitarian instincts to wish to keep Claire away from Randall (and is still curious enough about her to want to find out for himself what she’s do­ing there), his principal motive is to stifle any chance of his nephew attaining the chieftainship of clan MacKenzie—for the clan will never accept Jamie as leader with an English wife.”

    Diana Gabaldon, The Outlandish Companion

     
  2. 22:06

    Notes: 69

    Reblogged from outlandian

    outlandian:

    Claire: This isn’t wood garlic. It’s Convallaria majalis. Lily of the Valley.

    Jamie: Lily of the Valley?

    Jamie: *laughs*

    Jamie: I never heard of it.

    Claire: That’s because it’s not native to Scotland.

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  3. 22:05

    Notes: 107

    Reblogged from outlandian

    outlandian:

    Even when he’s dirty, sweaty, and in pain, Jamie still looks pretty freakin’ hot. (“Sassenach” - 1x01)

     
  4. 22:05

    Notes: 273

    Reblogged from marvelandwhimsy

     
  5. 22:04

    Notes: 508

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    richardcfarmitage:

    "I’ve worn kilts before," Sam confessed…with pride. "I thoroughly enjoy it. When I do have to put trousers on now, I sort of refuse and stomp my feet because riding a horse in a kilt is very liberating, very freeing actually. And very comfortable. Also, should you ever need to do a nature relief, go to the restroom behind a tree, it’s very quick, it’s very easy. I recommend it for everyone." (x)

     

     
  6. 22:04

    Notes: 16

    Reblogged from outlanderitaliadaily

    
"Sam’s a sweetheart. Just as a person he’s incredibly generous and he’s the same as an actor. And we just have really really good fun on set and we love working with each other."
"She’s great fun, don’t tell her that, you know. But she’s extremely talented and very witty too."

    "Sam’s a sweetheart. Just as a person he’s incredibly generous and he’s the same as an actor. And we just have really really good fun on set and we love working with each other."

    "She’s great fun, don’t tell her that, you know. But she’s extremely talented and very witty too."

     
  7. 22:04

    Notes: 15

    Reblogged from guinevere-naberrie

    guinevere-naberrie:

    “I believe you,” he said firmly. “I dinna understand it a bit—not yet—but I believe you. Claire, I believe you! Listen to me! There’s the truth between us, you and I, and whatever ye tell me, I shall believe it.” He gave me a gentle shake.

    “It doesna matter what it is. You’ve told me. That’s…

     
  8. 22:02

    Notes: 9

    Reblogged from jamiefraserlovers

    I felt it go in, but I couldna tell how bad it was; it didna hurt that much.”
    “Is it hurting now?”
    “It is.”
    “Good.
    — Jamie and Claire, Chapter 3 (via jamiefraserlovers)
     
  9. 21:58

    Notes: 35665

    Reblogged from maroders

     
  10. 21:57

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    Sansa had wondered what had happened to Septa Mordane, although she supposed she had known all along.

    (Source: sansalayned)