1. Always in my heart  |  2. Sweet September  | 3. Queen Creek  | 4. July kissed  | 5. Stellia  ...

1. Always in my heart | 2. Sweet September | 3. Queen Creek | 4. July kissed | 5. Stellia ...

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Meringue cookies! I never understood how you could make them all fluffy and pretty.. o_o I'd always try and they'd melt. :C

Meringue Kiss Cookies

Meringue cookies! I never understood how you could make them all fluffy and pretty.. o_o I'd always try and they'd melt. :C

Was I still...the best to you? You said before if it's worth anything it was great to be with me like that again. I was a little nervous. Obviously. And I was a little tentative with my kiss because I wanted to be sure that you wanted me...to kiss you. I know you said it was different but not in a bad way? How was it different? And together like that...we...are the best...still.

Was I still...the best to you? You said before if it's worth anything it was great to be with me like that again. I was a little nervous. Obviously. And I was a little tentative with my kiss because I wanted to be sure that you wanted me...to kiss you. I know you said it was different but not in a bad way? How was it different? And together like that...we...are the best...still.

the Original Series had a predominantly female fanbase, and during its initial run, was widely mocked and dismissed by mainstream (i.e., male) science fiction fans as being fake sci-fi for girls. It’s difficult to overstate the influence women had on the franchise in its early days; most of the early Star Trek conventions were organised by and for women, and those same organisers were responsible for the massive letter-writing campaign that prevented the show from being cancelled

the Original Series had a predominantly female fanbase, and during its initial run, was widely mocked and dismissed by mainstream (i.e., male) science fiction fans as being fake sci-fi for girls. It’s difficult to overstate the influence women had on the franchise in its early days; most of the early Star Trek conventions were organised by and for women, and those same organisers were responsible for the massive letter-writing campaign that prevented the show from being cancelled

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