Captain America: the Winter Soldier - The Falcon [x]
#SAM WAS SO GREAT LET ME LIST SOME OF THE WAYS #fearlessly chatting with captain america; treating steve like a human being #recognizing something in steve that speaks to having a hard time adjusting to his situation #and bringing it up in a way that doesn’t put steve on the defensive or make it sound like something not perfectly normal #inviting him to a ptsd meeting without making it seem like he thinks steve needs therapy #or that therapy is something to be ashamed about needing #just so casual and so fucking cool #Sam will be your legs before you realize you can’t stand anymore #and he’ll never ever make that about him (via queenklu)
#NEVER NEVER NEVER FORGET NINE #nine who thought that everyone was important #nine who took a regular girl with a regular job #and told people that he took with him #and that was rose tyler #the ninth doctor who got along with jack harkness #the ninth doctor who tore apart the galaxy in fire and rage #then patched it back up better #nine who looked at rose like she was the most important thing in the galaxy #nine who was born from war #and beat the horror of his regeneration #who bettered himself #who lived up to the name of #nine was so so important #nine was my doctor #my first doctor #nine pulled me in to this insane show about monsters #and made me believe that there would always be someone #despite the odds #despite everything working against them #that would care #that would fix the wrong #that would save the world #nine is my doctor #and he should be yours too (via)
2x19: The Many Mouths of Andrew Colville
“Why did you dress Clyde up like a shark?”
“Ms. Hudson is concerned the winter has been unduly harsh on him so she knitted him several turtle cozies. I find them amusing to look at - I thought it would be nice way to wake up.”
Advice he’d give a 12-year-old version of himself"It might sound oversimplified, but I’d say, ‘Shhh.’ It’s so funny how noisy my brain is - it’s what it does, it makes thoughts. And the problem is, I think in most of our lives the root of suffering is listening to that brain noise and actually identifying with it as if it’s who you are. That’s just the noise your brain makes. And more often than not, it probably doesn’t have much to say that’s going to help you. I’ve felt my best are the moments that I’ve been able to pull that plug and say, ‘Chris … shhh … shhh.’ And it’s not quitting, it’s not giving up, it’s not washing your hands of the thought, it’s rising above it. All the time I’ve spent suffering as a result of brain noise, hours of my life wasted. So that’s what I’d say: ‘Shhh.’"