i swear to god i work with this dude.
Lu, I no longer work at the theater.
pumpkin spice candles soon
pumpkin lattes soon
" i’m cuter than you :-P "
Draw me like one of your French Girls
I do like you tremendously- for the elasticity of your conscience, for the selfishness which you seldom trouble to hide, and for the shrewd practicality in you which, I fear, you get from some not too remote Irish-peasant ancestor.
Scarlet,like Sookie just longs to be a gentile southern belle even thought she’s the opposite of this stereotype. Rhett loves her for who she really is,flaws and all. She pines after Ashley, who she sees as the essence of a Southern Gentleman. She doesn’t ‘t accept who she really is or appreciate Rhett’s love until it’s too late. But she does get there and there is hope for her life for a better future. So similar to Sookie and Eric but in TB ,Sookie will never get to this place of enlightenment.
She will get her fantasy southern gentleman, ,Bill,masquerading as an Ashley type, and she will get her gentile southern lady life. She will never grow as Scarlet did,and instead of Sookie becoming a truly iconic heroine,like Scarlet,she will sink into oblivion and obscurity just as her book counterpart has or will depending on your perspective.
But book Sookie is a much better character than show Sookie. Almost every book character is a better character than show character, almost.
Everyone changes so slowly, they don’t even know that they have.
And everyone likes to pretend that things are just the same yet they look at you like you could bring something back that’s supposed to already be here.
But home is a time. Not just a place.
The evolution of cheekbones