don’t chase the rabbit.
OKAY BUT. Raleigh spent five years on the Wall in Alaska and didn’t really enjoy a minute of it. Didn’t particularly hate it either, he was just kind of THERE. Doing whatever had to be done, but not really engaging with anything or anyone. And I always think about the fact that it was FIVE YEARS and he didn’t lose any of his combat or pilot skills so he was obviously out in Alaska just SUPER WORKING OUT ALL THE TIME not just in case, but… just in case? MAYBE? ANYWAY THAT IS NOT THE POINT. The point is that Raleigh spent five years on the Wall in Alaska and didn’t really care about anything which meant that he didn’t really care about the fact that it was COLD AS BALLS all the time, he just got on with his life or whatever. EXCEPT THEN MAKO COMES ALONG RIGHT? and they SAVE THE WORLD AND STUFF and IDK what they do after that but it DEFINITELY involves a lot of Raleigh dressing up in warm winter coats like this and going out for like WINTER JOGS or buy milk or like fuck clear old Mrs Jenkins driveway across the street because THAT’S JUST WHAT HE DOES. AGAIN NOT THE POINT. THE POINT I AM TRYING TO MAKE HERE IS THAT RALEIGH COMES HOME AFTER HIS WINTER JOG/RUN TO CONVENIENCE STORE/SHOVELING THE DRIVEWAY and he has like snow in his beard and his hands and feet are fucking freezing and he climbs into bed behind Mako and just pushes his feet against her warm calves and tucks his fingers against her belly and she curses him up a bluestreak until they find other ways to warm up (….platonically, of course).
I imagined him differently
All I have to do is fall.
Drift compatibility exists between two people. Act as one.
The first and last time Mako Mori sees Stacker Pentecost. Both times she has tears running down her cheeks, but the emotions are very different.
Finn was telling me sad Korra things today