My mom passed away two weeks ago after losing her fight against lung cancer. I’ve been going through a lot of boxes and photographs and things, and I found a folder of my dad’s full of love letters from my mom while they were in long distance during law school. I don’t know if I should’ve read them, but I did. I found myself sitting on the floor, surrounded by some of the most romantic words I have ever read, crying tears of happiness. I saw and felt, in my mother’s words, someone who thought in the exact same way I do when she was my age. And someone who felt the same way I do about my current boyfriend, who I am also in long distance with. I called my boyfriend and read some of the letters to him, and we laughed together, because we could relate to all of them. It was sad and beautiful all at once. Love is forever.
Love in Bloom, by Jarrod Maruyama
Baby ducks are ruining the sanctity of marriage.
God damn motherduckers
John Krasinski wrote what’s inside the card at some point prior to us shooting the scene for A.A.R.M. and it is a private message to his co-star and dear friend, Jenna Fischer. They are the only ones who knows what it says. She read it for the first time when he gave it to her in the first take we shot and I can tell you that judging from her emotional response, it’s really something special.
I think you could fall in love with anyone if you saw the parts of them no one else gets to see. Like if you followed them around invisibly for a day and saw them crying in their bed at night or singing in the shower or humming quietly to themselves as they make a sandwich or even just walking along the street. And even if they were really weird and had no friends at school, I think, after seeing them at their most vulnerable, you wouldn’t be able to help falling in love with them.
Kate’s looking at Castle for the first and the last time in every season.