Did you really cry a lot when you were on the movie set?
some sad parts. really? i would say devastating.
the Crowen fandom:
the Merder fandom:
the Japril fandom:
the Calzona fandom:
the Jolex fandom:
the Leah/Arizona fandom:
the Stackson fandom:
the Matthew/April fandom:
the Meredith/Cristina fandom:
the Teddy/Henry fandom:
the Slexie fandom:
the entire fucking Grey’s Anatomy fandom:
okay and jace better not die. he went trough too many troubles why cassandra would let him suffer any more?
okay that’s my theory. cassandra said that she knew that one of the characters who are gonna die had to die while she was writing about HIM. so since she stopped writing after CoG and then she managed to continue the trilogy after starting TID (cause if i understood well CoG should have been the last book of TMI) all the characters who don’t die in CoG are not the ones she’s talking about, because if she wanted them to die since the beginning they would already be dead. the only one who dies is Sebastian but I don’t know if she was sad about it. i’m not saying that maybe alec or simon won’t die for sure, but they can’t be the ones she’s referring to (i hope). then if it’s not them or sebastian she may be talking about someone who’s been introduced in CoFA like Jordan for example. i don’t know maybe he is. maybe i’m just trying to get over the fact that 6 people will die.
Trust. It is like placing a blade in someone’s hand and setting the very point against your own heart.” —
James Herondale - The midnight heir(via lifeonmarscene)
The Silent Brothers moved the way one
imagined a statue would move if it could.
Jem had moved the same way coming in,
but as Will neared him, Jem took a step
toward his former parabatai, and the step
was swift, eager, and human, as if being
close to the people whom he loved made
him feel made of flesh and racing blood
“You’re here,” said Will, and implicit
in the words was the sense that Will’s
contentment was complete. Now Jem was
there, all was right with the world.