"It was my birthday. Damon and I spent the entire summer looking for Stefan. And I was trying put on a good face because Caroline was throwing this party for me but I was just so sad. That was two seconds from deciding I wasn’t gonna go, I wasn’t gonna leave the room, until Damon walked in to give my birthday gift. It was the necklace the Stefan had given me. I’d lost it, but Damon knew what that necklace meant to me. What it meant about my feelings for Stefan even though he loved me, he gave me the one thing that represented hope for me and his brother. I knew how much it hurt him. But he did it. It was the most selfless moment he was ever been. And in that moment I loved him. I didn’t want to. It terrified me. But for that moment I loved him.”

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I never got to say thank you. For saving Stefan, and bringing back Alaric, and Tyler. I want to thank you for giving me everything I always wanted. A love that consumed me, and passion, adventure. There’s nothing more that I could ever want, other than for it to last forever, but I can’t. This is the last time I’m gonna see you. This is goodbye, Damon. I love you. But I have to let you go.

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It’s the epitome of a fulfilled life.

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Because it wasn’t awkward when I accused you and Stefan of being make out buddies again?

Actually, yes it was.

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Best of TVD - Anna is reuinited with her mom on the other side (3x07)

If you do that, then I’m gonna spend the entire car ride thinking about your hand next to mine, and even though I’ll try, I won’t be able to stop myself from taking it, or from letting you kiss me.

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Damon Salvatore in the ’60s - In the April 24 episode “Man of Fire,” The Vampire Diaries will flash back to the decade right after Damon (Ian Somerhalder) escaped from the Augustine cell. Could this scene also include Maggie, played by Heather Hemmens, who makes her debut appearance in that episode? As Enzo (Michael Malarkey) explained in “The Cell,” Maggie was Enzo’s only companion while he was locked up and she was “the one who got away.” 

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