WEFOUNDSara Came Back


Captain Sara Lance (December 25, 1987 [1] – October 8, 2014 [2] ; resurrected 2015) is a former member of the League of Assassins , a vigilante, and a former member of Team Arrow . She is also the daughter of Quentin and Dinah Lance , the younger sister of the late Laurel Lance , and the ex-lover/close friend of Oliver Queen .

Sara Lance was born on December 25, 1987 to Quentin and Dinah Lance and had one older sister named Laurel Lance . When Sara was 10 years old, her father bought her a canary pet which she loved, but it drove everyone else crazy. [3] During her high school years, Sara was bullied by some of her classmates because she was making a move on one of her classmate's boyfriends. The frequent occurrences of her getting bullied caused behavior issues from Sara, and caused her grades to drop. This led to her father teaching her and Laurel how to defend themselves. At some point Sara met Tommy Merlyn and Oliver Queen .

According to Sara, she dated numerous guys who tried getting her drunk in the hopes they could coerce her into having sex. However, this never did turn out that way. Sara proved herself to have an abnormally strong tolerance for alcohol; she always drank the guys under the table.

Austin Edmund can't sleep. He's haunted by nightmares of a man in a dark hat and a little girl, calling him home. His daughter refers to the dark figure in his dreams as "the boogeyman," and she's seen the little girl, too. Austin wonders how that could be possible-are people capable of sharing the same dream?-but he's distracted when he receives an invite to head home to Alabama to help his parents fix up the old family cabin.

Austin takes his wife, Paige, and their daughter, Beth Ann, back home to Decatur, where they get the chance to rekindle their connection to Austin's parents, Floyd and Opal. Plus, with Austin's experience as an architect and Paige's as a remodeler, the log cabin will soon be livable again. Austin is excited at the prospect, and he scoffs at the silly idea that the cabin is haunted. After all, ghosts aren't real.

Beth Ann is visited by the young girl from Austin's dreams. Her name is Sara, and she travels with a dog named Maya. The Edmunds soon realize that Sara isn't a playmate; she's a restless ghost, and she's struggling to protect them from a vengeful character known as Judas. Judas preys on dreams, and he wreaks havoc in their minds. Soon, the line between dream and reality becomes blurred, and Sara is the Edmunds' only hope of staying alive and staying sane.

For designers used to wielding a mouse, a steamroller might seem excessive. Yet every summer in Seattle, teams from Starbucks, Facebook, Amazon, Oracle, and other local firms and artists vie to steamroll a winning poster. They spend dozens of hours carving large sheets of linoleum to be placed on asphalt, covered with ink, and pressed by a steamroller onto giant pieces of paper. It’s hot and sticky and exhilarating.

These steamrollers are a gambit by Seattle’s School of Visual Concepts (SVC) to attract students to its classes on letterpress printing—a revitalized craft that for hundreds of years was just known as “printing.” Johannes Gutenberg’s converted wine press, which turned inked letters into books, remained the same in principle for 500 years. But by the mid-1980s cheaper, faster, and more efficient ways of transferring words and images onto paper doomed the old practice of arranging clunky blocks of type in a massive metal machine to obsolescence.

Yet today letterpress is in the throes of a full-blown revival. In 2000, a flatbed proof press, often used in teaching and for posters, cost Boxcar Press founder Harold Kyle about $100. By 2005, the price rose to a few thousand. Today, if you could persuade someone to part with it, you might pay $15,000.

"Yeah. That seems obvious, doesn't it?" Sara asked tartly. "It's not…it's just not that simple. You have no idea how many times I've been asked, 'When's Grissom coming back? Where is he? Why don't you live together?' by everyone from the secretaries to the sheriff. Let alone my mother-in-law! Oof!"

"You got it. You should see her scowl at me for neglecting her little boy! You know, the 50 something-year-old man I married? There's an additional communication barrier because she's deaf, and I'm still learning sign language."

"That's one part of our life that doesn't need fixing. It really is like a honeymoon when we get together. Every time." They grinned at each other.

Captain Sara Lance (December 25, 1987 [1] – October 8, 2014 [2] ; resurrected 2015) is a former member of the League of Assassins , a vigilante, and a former member of Team Arrow . She is also the daughter of Quentin and Dinah Lance , the younger sister of the late Laurel Lance , and the ex-lover/close friend of Oliver Queen .

Sara Lance was born on December 25, 1987 to Quentin and Dinah Lance and had one older sister named Laurel Lance . When Sara was 10 years old, her father bought her a canary pet which she loved, but it drove everyone else crazy. [3] During her high school years, Sara was bullied by some of her classmates because she was making a move on one of her classmate's boyfriends. The frequent occurrences of her getting bullied caused behavior issues from Sara, and caused her grades to drop. This led to her father teaching her and Laurel how to defend themselves. At some point Sara met Tommy Merlyn and Oliver Queen .

According to Sara, she dated numerous guys who tried getting her drunk in the hopes they could coerce her into having sex. However, this never did turn out that way. Sara proved herself to have an abnormally strong tolerance for alcohol; she always drank the guys under the table.

Captain Sara Lance (December 25, 1987 [1] – October 8, 2014 [2] ; resurrected 2015) is a former member of the League of Assassins , a vigilante, and a former member of Team Arrow . She is also the daughter of Quentin and Dinah Lance , the younger sister of the late Laurel Lance , and the ex-lover/close friend of Oliver Queen .

Sara Lance was born on December 25, 1987 to Quentin and Dinah Lance and had one older sister named Laurel Lance . When Sara was 10 years old, her father bought her a canary pet which she loved, but it drove everyone else crazy. [3] During her high school years, Sara was bullied by some of her classmates because she was making a move on one of her classmate's boyfriends. The frequent occurrences of her getting bullied caused behavior issues from Sara, and caused her grades to drop. This led to her father teaching her and Laurel how to defend themselves. At some point Sara met Tommy Merlyn and Oliver Queen .

According to Sara, she dated numerous guys who tried getting her drunk in the hopes they could coerce her into having sex. However, this never did turn out that way. Sara proved herself to have an abnormally strong tolerance for alcohol; she always drank the guys under the table.

Austin Edmund can't sleep. He's haunted by nightmares of a man in a dark hat and a little girl, calling him home. His daughter refers to the dark figure in his dreams as "the boogeyman," and she's seen the little girl, too. Austin wonders how that could be possible-are people capable of sharing the same dream?-but he's distracted when he receives an invite to head home to Alabama to help his parents fix up the old family cabin.

Austin takes his wife, Paige, and their daughter, Beth Ann, back home to Decatur, where they get the chance to rekindle their connection to Austin's parents, Floyd and Opal. Plus, with Austin's experience as an architect and Paige's as a remodeler, the log cabin will soon be livable again. Austin is excited at the prospect, and he scoffs at the silly idea that the cabin is haunted. After all, ghosts aren't real.

Beth Ann is visited by the young girl from Austin's dreams. Her name is Sara, and she travels with a dog named Maya. The Edmunds soon realize that Sara isn't a playmate; she's a restless ghost, and she's struggling to protect them from a vengeful character known as Judas. Judas preys on dreams, and he wreaks havoc in their minds. Soon, the line between dream and reality becomes blurred, and Sara is the Edmunds' only hope of staying alive and staying sane.

For designers used to wielding a mouse, a steamroller might seem excessive. Yet every summer in Seattle, teams from Starbucks, Facebook, Amazon, Oracle, and other local firms and artists vie to steamroll a winning poster. They spend dozens of hours carving large sheets of linoleum to be placed on asphalt, covered with ink, and pressed by a steamroller onto giant pieces of paper. It’s hot and sticky and exhilarating.

These steamrollers are a gambit by Seattle’s School of Visual Concepts (SVC) to attract students to its classes on letterpress printing—a revitalized craft that for hundreds of years was just known as “printing.” Johannes Gutenberg’s converted wine press, which turned inked letters into books, remained the same in principle for 500 years. But by the mid-1980s cheaper, faster, and more efficient ways of transferring words and images onto paper doomed the old practice of arranging clunky blocks of type in a massive metal machine to obsolescence.

Yet today letterpress is in the throes of a full-blown revival. In 2000, a flatbed proof press, often used in teaching and for posters, cost Boxcar Press founder Harold Kyle about $100. By 2005, the price rose to a few thousand. Today, if you could persuade someone to part with it, you might pay $15,000.

Captain Sara Lance (December 25, 1987 [1] – October 8, 2014 [2] ; resurrected 2015) is a former member of the League of Assassins , a vigilante, and a former member of Team Arrow . She is also the daughter of Quentin and Dinah Lance , the younger sister of the late Laurel Lance , and the ex-lover/close friend of Oliver Queen .

Sara Lance was born on December 25, 1987 to Quentin and Dinah Lance and had one older sister named Laurel Lance . When Sara was 10 years old, her father bought her a canary pet which she loved, but it drove everyone else crazy. [3] During her high school years, Sara was bullied by some of her classmates because she was making a move on one of her classmate's boyfriends. The frequent occurrences of her getting bullied caused behavior issues from Sara, and caused her grades to drop. This led to her father teaching her and Laurel how to defend themselves. At some point Sara met Tommy Merlyn and Oliver Queen .

According to Sara, she dated numerous guys who tried getting her drunk in the hopes they could coerce her into having sex. However, this never did turn out that way. Sara proved herself to have an abnormally strong tolerance for alcohol; she always drank the guys under the table.

Austin Edmund can't sleep. He's haunted by nightmares of a man in a dark hat and a little girl, calling him home. His daughter refers to the dark figure in his dreams as "the boogeyman," and she's seen the little girl, too. Austin wonders how that could be possible-are people capable of sharing the same dream?-but he's distracted when he receives an invite to head home to Alabama to help his parents fix up the old family cabin.

Austin takes his wife, Paige, and their daughter, Beth Ann, back home to Decatur, where they get the chance to rekindle their connection to Austin's parents, Floyd and Opal. Plus, with Austin's experience as an architect and Paige's as a remodeler, the log cabin will soon be livable again. Austin is excited at the prospect, and he scoffs at the silly idea that the cabin is haunted. After all, ghosts aren't real.

Beth Ann is visited by the young girl from Austin's dreams. Her name is Sara, and she travels with a dog named Maya. The Edmunds soon realize that Sara isn't a playmate; she's a restless ghost, and she's struggling to protect them from a vengeful character known as Judas. Judas preys on dreams, and he wreaks havoc in their minds. Soon, the line between dream and reality becomes blurred, and Sara is the Edmunds' only hope of staying alive and staying sane.


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