Sansa Stark Appreciation Week //Day 4: Favorite Relationship
Sansa and Sandor.
a happily-ever-after for Sansa and Sandor
Some instinct made her lift her hand and cup his cheek with her fingers. The room was too dark for her to see him, but she could feel the stickiness of the blood, and a wetness that was not blood. “Little bird,” he said once more, his voice raw and harsh as steel on stone. Then he rose from the bed. Sansa heard cloth ripping, followed by the softer sound of retreating footsteps.
“Why is Ser Ilyn here?” Sansa blurted out.
The queen glanced at the mute headsman. “To deal with treason, and to defend us if need be. He was a knight before he was a headsman.” She pointed her spoon toward the end of the hall, where the tall wooden doors had been closed and barred. “When the axes smash down those doors, you may be glad of him.”
La Belle et la Bête (Beauty and the Beast) and Blackwater parallels
Rory McCann as Sandor Clegane (the Hound) and Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones
Jean Marais as the Beast and Josette Day as Belle in La Belle et la Bête
she began to grow afraid once more, but…
s h e w a s a f r a i d f o r h i m n o w , n o t f o r h e r s e l f.
Marshal Stacker Pentecost fixing tiny Mako’s hair and he really sucks at it so he has to practice a lot on barbie dolls
tiny Mako running up to Marshal Stacker Pentecost with a crayon drawing of them fighting kaiju side by side and he has to turn away and put it on the fridge so she doesn’t see him tearing up
Marshal Stacker Pentecost sitting beside tiny Mako’s bed all night because she was having nightmares about kaiju and there’s no way he’s going to let any kaiju real or imaginary scare his little girl
Marshal Stacker Pentecost being overwhelmed by all the cute little dresses he can buy Mako and being even more overwhelmed when tiny Mako wants to dress in little military clothes and learn how to fight
Marshal Stacker Pentecost being banned from Mako’s sparring matches because he’s an over-competitive sports parent
adoptive father Marshal Stacker Pentecost