Troian Bellisario for Teen Vogue
"to die would be an awfully big adventure." [peter pan]
currently mourning atom's death and dancing away in neverland.
on the ground, there is no law. all we have to do is survive. but we will be tested: by the earth, the secrets it hides and most of all, by each other.
The 100 Challenge:
"Long way from ‘whatever the hell you want’"
brooke davis appreciation week ● day 2: favorite brotp
“You nearly died today,” he says. “I almost shot you. Why didn’t you shoot me, Tris?” “I couldn’t do that,” I say. “It would have been like shooting myself.”
you’ll always be my fave anon, anon
ONE DIRECTION I LOVE YOU
Bellarke AU: Clarke and Bellamy’s daughters
Holly: (bottom left) 8 years old, the eldest daughter. Full of energy - always smiling, easily excited - and quite the adventurer. She has her aunt Octavias eyes (Octavia always boasts) and Bellamys curls - her mix of both blonde and dark brunette low lights. As she gets older, her hair progresses to get darker. She no doubt has Clarkes smile, Bellamy would admire. She’s a sweet girl, but also stubborn, just like her parents. She is always leading her little sister around, (sometimes into trouble) along with her friends, both her parents know she would be a great leader one day.
Opal: (top right) 4 years old, is the younger sister. She is shy, unlike Holly. She’s reluctant to leave Clarkes side a lot (if Holly isn’t there) Her hair was light blonde much like Clarkes, and her big brown eyes much like Bellamys. Opal was a love bug, always cuddling into her father or mother, handing flowers to Clarke after her little adventure with her big sister (but not before being scolded for it, though Clarke could never stay mad with the way Opals eyes glimmered holding up the flower to her) Opal was like a ray of sunshine. She could make anyone smile.
Opal looked up to Holly, and Holly looked after her little sister with her life. Because Bellamys words would echo in her head the day the little bundle was handed to her, “your sister, your responsibility.” and she would keep that promise, no matter what.