Allison and Lydia learning and growing through their friendship with each other.
#i’ve been thinking about this a lot#about why allison and lydia worked so well#allison truly struggles with finding strength in her femininity and eventually comes to really embrace it—i personally think through lydia#and visa versa—lydia learns through her friendship with allison that the relationships you make with people count#not everyone is a tool to use#some people /matter/ and that’s why you surround yourself if you can with GOOD.#[weeps bitterly into hands] (via philcoulson)
There are two kinds of people in this world: hopeless romantics and realists.
It’s important to acknowledge Allison Argent’s contribution as a character, based on where she started and where she ended up. Her final sacrifice only added poignancy to her arc, a reminder of her choice to stay and fight while retaining some level of vulnerability, the most human trait of all. There is a role for heroic humans in a world of monsters. And, more to the point, there is a role in supernatural romance for women who are lovers and fighters, defined entirely by themselves and not by the men around them. In the end, Allison’s most important contribution to supernatural romance was to remind us that it doesn’t have to be romantic at all (x)
“You told me that life was not a song. That I would learn that one day, to my sorrow.” She felt tears in her eyes, but whether she wept for Ser Dontos Hollard, for Joff, for Tyrion, or for herself, Sansa could not say. “Is it all lies, forever and ever, everyone and everything?”
are you cool????? well that’s a matter of your answer to these questions:
- do you like sansa stark