the inner workings of my mind

Ali. 21. Artist. Film major. TV addict.

I did lose hope, you know, but I’d get it back. Developed rituals in order to hang on to it. I would stare at your photo on the murder board. And I started thinking if I would look at it enough everyday that would keep you alive. And then I had this thing about your chair. I wouldn’t let anyone touch it. And the night janitor came by and tried to move the chair and I freaked out and almost shot him.

(Source: catofthecanalls)


Anonymous asked:
How did you like Driven?

I really enjoyed it! It had a lot more angst than their previous premieres, but it was only expected and I can already see this new dynamic forming which I’m very excited about. Definitely makes me want to see where they go from here which can only get better :)


- How did you not lose hope?
- I did lose hope… but I’d get it back. Developed rituals in order to hang onto it.

(Source: -emmaaa)



I did lose hope. But you know, I’d get it back.

(Source: davidconrads)


"We’ll get there. We’ll find our way home."


"I’d like to propose a toast. To safe returns."



Every morning I bring you a cup of coffee, just so I can see a smile on your face…

(Source: -emmaaa)



Anonymous asked:
I've seen a lot of people complaining about all these little things on the show after the finale and how Marlowe is handling things etc. what do you think about that/do you agree with them?

I’m just going to say this: if you feel the need to complain about a show every two seconds about every little thing because it’s not going exactly how you expected/wanted it to, you need to reevaluate your life, get a hobby, and stop watching the show. Either that or just shut up all together. At the end of the day, perfect shows don’t exist so while there are bitter people still watching, I’m just going to sit back, enjoy, and flail to my heart’s content. I mean these people do know they don’t have to keep watching if they’re not happy…right?


"We fell in love over murder, so each case we work feels like an
anniversary of sorts.”
- Richard Castle