musingsfromthepast:

In between takes…. <3

Gah. These two.

musingsfromthepast:

In between takes…. <3

Gah. These two.



Every woman needs her own pocket Jamie! Caitriona included!

Every woman needs her own pocket Jamie! Caitriona included!


outlender-georgia:

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Reason #164826282 why I love this woman


Ummmmmmmmmm watching a video on YouTube and this photo pops up! Anyone got a link to this photo?!! Look at them!!! Just chilling hugging like it&#8217;s no big deal. 😭

Ummmmmmmmmm watching a video on YouTube and this photo pops up! Anyone got a link to this photo?!! Look at them!!! Just chilling hugging like it’s no big deal. 😭


outlender-georgia:

Outlander Stars In Their Debut Fashion Shoot. Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan 

I love this! So cute!


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

Stop it.


krisert:

A really good video for start the day in right mood!

This is soooooooooo cute!


outlender-georgia:

Outlander Stars In Their Debut Fashion Shoot. Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan 

I love this! So cute!


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

Stop it.


refusetoshine asked: "As i'm waiting for my outlander books to still arrive, i has to ask one question. Did the show build up Frank & Claire (and subsequently, her love for him) when really in the books from their first meeting it's more Jamie x Claire?"

screengeniuz:

xionin:

refusetoshine:

xionin:

lazyexceptwhencooking:

xionin:

I’ve read some complaints, if you will, that there has been too much Frank on the show, compared to the books. I think that we see more of Frank because of the way they’ve chosen to weave the flashbacks into Claire’s narrative. She remembers things - tidbits of history discussions, visits to ruins, etc - to remind the audience how she got whatever knowledge she is using at the time. The Duke of Sandringham info, for instance.

Personally, I like that we’ve seen what Frank has gone through on the other side of the stones. It humanizes him and highlights Claire’s dilemma. I think that people want to hate Frank simply because they want Claire with Jamie, and that’s not fair to him. Also, it’s just good storytelling to show both sides.

But no, the first book begins with Frank and Claire and their reunion. They are finding their way back to one another, after being separated by war, and are on a second honeymoon. Of course, once Jamie appears, Frank takes a backseat for the reader. Sexy highlander, what? LOL

In the show, they’ve done a wonderful job of showing why Claire wants to get back to her old life, or rather why she is torn between the two men. Claire was, I believe, nineteen when she married Frank. He is essentially her first love. (He is also 12 years older, but that’s a different discussion.) What she develops with Jamie doesn’t negate anything that she feels for Frank, it simply overpowers it. Eventually.

Claire is that young? I was just thinking about Claire and Jaime’s age difference. I thought Claire was about 7ish years older than Jaime. How old are they supposed to be?

When Claire meets Jamie, she is 28. He is 22.

See! This is why I am in love with him! He’s my perfect age. Damn shame that Sam is 34.

Age, shmage. Jamie is the perfect age for everyone. =)

Also, 34 ain’t bad either. Just sayin…

👆👆👆🙌🙌🙌

And, UNF for Sam.

Hahaahha well when I’m 20 it’s a bit of an age gap!