Welcome home, Wesley Crusher

Wesley and I both walked away from everything we knew, every expectation that was ever put on us, every person we ever cared about, because we both knew that something was not right in our lives, and if we were going to fix it, we had to figure out what it was

I love Wesley Crusher. I cherish Wesley Crusher. I am fiercely proud of Wesley Crusher. It is an honor and a privilege to be the actor who played him

Finding love and compassion for Wesley Crusher allowed me to find love and compassion for myself.

This morning’s bedhead is so grateful.

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Wizard. Time Lord. Fake geek girl. On a good day I am charming as fuck.

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