THIS IS NOT A DRILL!
Just throwing this out here as a suggestion, but maybe this could actually be a motivator to tell him. Unless you don’t want to tell him period, in which case ignore the rest of this reblog.
But maybe you have the reader all ready, with Healing on it, and just before you give it to him you specifically sit him down and explain that something horrible happened to you, something you never told him about, and that Healing was a way to cope and, well, heal. Explaining any more than that would be entirely up to you to decide.
Again, this is only my personal opinion, but if you want to tell him, and just can’t find the right moment/words, then maybe it’d be easier to use the words you’ve technically already prepared with your story.
I’ve always found it easier to explain my feelings with the written word, so if I ever needed to tell someone something, I’d write it down and then just give it to them. Maybe it’d be easier for you too.
Whichever you choose to do, I wish you all the love and luck in the world.
I wish I felt brave enough to tell him. The very thought makes me feel sick and a bit panicked. I don’t like hiding this from my family, but I can’t think of a way to begin the conversation.
Is Freydís way too on the nose for Thorin, Frerin and Dís’ mom’s name? I think it might be too late.
THIS IS NOT A DRILL!
Don’t let anyone spoil you, dear! The little surprises throughout the movie are SUPERB!
I braved tumblr just to say I am so jealous you’ve seen it and I can’t wait! I’m pretty much prepared to cry and be a total dork in the theatre but it’s still hard to believe after all this waiting it’s finally time.
Due to various timing issues, I can’t see DoS until Saturday evening. I think I might have to stay off my computer entirely tomorrow…ugh.
There are few things more satisfying than singing along to Dr. Horrible’s soundtrack while doing chores.
Sleepover among gems and minerals and with lots of food and yeah, no one will get us out of that heaven! (I can picture us spending hours just looking at how different lights from different sources looks reflected on each surface <3)
Ha, you know me all too well!