For there to be betrayal, there would have to have been trust first.
I love that quote, because trust really is such an important thing for Katniss. She never really trusts anyone, or likes to pretend she doesn’t. Yet you can see, reading between the lines, she does trust a few people.
And I find it really interesting how much she comes to trust Peeta - and so early on! She feels betrayed that he asked to do the interview practice seperately and I think it shows she already sees her and Peeta as a team, even if she never properly acknowledges it to herself.
So even though she spends a good proportion of the first games thinking Peeta wants to kill her, deeper down, she already has grown to trust him. And trust does not come easily to Katniss.♥ 2819 Notes
Countries of Latin America
Very pretty again. South America is top of my list of places I want to go to. Especially the Amazon rainforest.♥ 9855 Notes
Anonymous asked: Could u write a sifki fic where sif finds out Odin is actually loki in disguise? ^^
Thanks for the promt. I’m always happy to get story prompts :-)
This is a great prompt and fits a story I’ve been planning for a while, so I’ll definitely write it as soon as I can.
Thor 2 has only made me ship Loki/Sif even more, so I’m sure I’ll be writing Loki/Sif fics for a long time to come.♥ 3 Notes
…How much I love you.
Although I’m so stuffed full of pancakes I can hardly move.
And the kitchen looks like a complete bomb site.
Still, it’s Pancake Day! YAY!♥ 3 Notes
A Dragon Moves Amongst Us, Chapter 25 - A Sif/Loki story
Summary - During one of their many adventures, Sif runs into a dragon who looks and acts just like Loki. She doesn’t realise it’s only a trick and finds herself in a lot of trouble, in more ways than one…
Set very much pre Thor.
Rating - Teenage
So, the story is finally complete and the last chapter is now posted! You can read it here - http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7825960/25/
You can also read the story from the beginning here - http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7825960/1/A-Dragon-Moves-Amongst-Us
Hope you enjoy reading!
And now that this story is finished, what story should I write next?♥ 6 Notes
Europe - inspired by (x)
I do love this series. Such prettiness (and educational too!)♥ 123528 Notes
So, I was watching Thor: The Dark World again last night and I keep on thinking about this Loki/Sif scene. I just find it so interesting.
I mean, the Sif holding a dagger to Loki’s throat is squee worthy enough for this ship, but it’s what happens after that which I find most interesting.
Loki’s comment of, “It’s good to see you too, Sif,” isn’t that special really, it’s quite snarky and typical Loki – laughing off the death threat and getting his own back. But then there’s just something about the way they look at each other after that. There’s no humour or snarkiness in those looks, it’s packed full of history. I mean, one minute the mood is quite jokey, the next it seems to get really serious – Loki even stops smirking!
And Sif is usually pretty good at the put downs and the glares, but she does neither here. It’s like she’s a bit distracted, disconcerted. Like Loki’s words have knocked her off base a little. And they both just look at each other with such loaded looks. Like they’re both remembering all the history they have together, all the happy moments and the regrets, how it all went so wrong.
And I just love how Sif looks at Loki as he walks away. She doesn’t say anything, but there’s just so much history and emotion in her look.
Ok, so I know I’m biased, already shipping Loki/Sif, but I can’t help but compare it to the scene with Volstagg that happens just after. It’s a very similar scene to the one with Sif in some ways – Loki gets threatened by one of his (ex?) friends, and Loki starts laughing it off. But unlike the previous scene with Sif, this scene stays quite humorous – Loki makes a little joke and doesn’t stop smirking, Volstagg just looks a bit annoyed that Loki laughed off his threat. There’s no focus on any looks between them, there’s no shift in mood to something more serious. There’s no tension or confusion between them.
So if they wanted these scenes to show Loki having a few regrets that he’s lost his friends favour, if that’s what that loaded look at Sif was, why not play it the same with Volstagg?
But they don’t, there’s such a difference in the looks that passes between Loki and Sif and Loki and Volstagg. There’s so much more of a focus on the faces of Loki and Sif and the scene really does take a much more serious tone.
So obviously I am biased, but I really can’t help but think they played the scene with Loki/Sif differently because they did deliberately wanted to hint at some history between them. And whilst I’m not saying they plan on getting the two together (as much as I would love that!) I do think they’re enjoying playing with the idea. I mean, we have this scene and the scene where Loki changes Sif into Thor. And don’t even get me started on the scenes in the first Thor film.
So yeah, I ship Loki/Sif even more after Thor 2, but I can’t help but think it was deliberate…
#I can hope anyway #They really would have so much potential in Thor 3 #Even if they never became canon #It wouldn’t take much to keep them almost canon. #Which is pretty much what I think they were doing in this film.♥ 41 Notes
I love where we are now in terms of the love story between Katniss and Peeta. She’s really chosen him now and they don’t get very long together but she’s made her choice. I think he’s really earned her love and really, I think, feel wise, she’s ended up coming to this place with him.
Nina Jacobson in the audio commentary of Catching Fire, a little after the beach scene.
Does that mean you won’t drag the stupid love triangle in MJ?? Pleaaaaaaase! (Let’s dream, ok? ;-))
Is this real? I mean, have the people involved in the films actually acknowledged the canon romance? My gosh!
And yes, please! No more dragging out the love triangle!
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