It isn’t known precisely when Giulia caught the eye of the womanizing Rodrigo Borgia […] [b]ut by the time Cardinal Borgia was elected Pope, Giulia Farnese was his official mistress, installed in a cheerful domestic arrangement with her apparently compliant mother-in-law, Adriana da Mila, and the young Lucrezia Borgia. The deftness with which Giulia handled her volatile Pope throughout their long and evidently passion-filled affair indicates that the woman nicknamed the Bride of Christ had some brains under all that hair. Kate Quinn, novelist [x]
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Let’s go to your house, you know. Makes perfect sense. Let’s, uh… Let’s completly screw up yur house so you never wanna spend another night in it. Sure. You know, why not? Yeah, and how’s about I send over my psycho-bitch wife to, uh, you know, break your balls and threaten you? God, that would be hiarious, you know.
“Everything in this life is a choice. For all of us.”
A strong female character is one who is defined by her own characteristics, history and personality, and not solely by the actions or needs of other characters.
Isn’t it better to be a late bloomer?
"I don’t really believe in cliques - I think everyone can be friends with everyone." [x]
Rose, before I go, I just wanna tell you, you were fantastic. Absolutely F A N T A S T I C . And do you know what? So was I.
"If you’re having a hard time because you like something that maybe a lot of other people don’t, know that when you grow up, no one cares. It’s so great. I call it like a fish bowl to an ocean. There are too many people to keep track of for everyone to judge. I feel like it just gets a lot more laid back and no one cares. It’s really nice.”