Beyond my wildest daydream...

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Regina:
So my mother almost married your father?
Snow:
Yes.
Regina:
And when that didn’t work she waited for about two decades, killed your mother, then had me marry your father?
Snow:
Yes.
Regina:
And your father never thought to mention to me that he almost married my mother?
Snow:
Apparently not.
Regina:
Our parents are weird.
Snow:
Yup.

Filed under ^this once upon a time

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books0977:

A Young Woman Reading a Letter (before 1734). Jean Raoux (French, 1677–1734). Musée du Louvre, Paris.
A Young Lady Reading is a preeminent example of Raoux’s mastery of Rembrandtesque lighting effects. The composition exists in several autograph replicas and numerous copies, including a celebrated version in the Musée du Louvre which was donated to the museum in the 1860s by Louis La Caze.

books0977:

A Young Woman Reading a Letter (before 1734). Jean Raoux (French, 1677–1734). Musée du Louvre, Paris.

A Young Lady Reading is a preeminent example of Raoux’s mastery of Rembrandtesque lighting effects. The composition exists in several autograph replicas and numerous copies, including a celebrated version in the Musée du Louvre which was donated to the museum in the 1860s by Louis La Caze.

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