I can’t string together a coherent sentence right now, about the end of LBD. My thoughts are stars etc etc. Where I am, the video comes out at 3am, and I’m staying awake for it, rather than setting an alarm. But, I’ve been up for the past 20 hours.
I can’t watch this last ep with the rest of you guys. As much as I want to. I just don’t think my emotions can take it. Hopefully I’ll be able to write something that makes sense, after I’ve watched the episode and fallen into a devastated, exhausted slumber for a few hours.
Why does this have to end? Blame it on exhaustion, but I don’t even know anymore.
Good luck, you guys. Make sure you remember to smile through the tears: although, that’s never been an issue before with our brilliant show.
requested by marcidarling
I’ve never been good at goodbyes. With a goodbye, comes the uncertain future. With an uncertain future often comes fear. And with fear comes indecision and doubt. It can be a cycle if you let it. But right now, as sad as I am to say goodbye, I am so happy that Lizzie and Darcy, or Elizabeth and William, don’t have to. That they get to continue their lives powerfully and together. I am left feeling tremendously proud of Darcy for his transformation in the story. Proud of him for tackling the issues in his life that isolated him, that kept him from realizing his potential. For tackling the fear in his own life, and in so doing, I hope, allowing me to be a bit better in doing so in mine.
- Daniel Vincent Gordh