I think it was very natural and it was very true and very heartfelt. I think that they did love one another. […] I think they both just lost their way.
Have you ever bullshitted an assignment so hard you basically laugh after every sentence you write
”This is fortune’s wheel indeed.” With my forefinger I draw a circle in the air, the sign of fortune’s wheel. ”You can go very high and you can sink very low, but you can rarely turn the wheel at your own biding.” (x)
Medieval people were obsessed with the Fortune’s Wheel metaphor, God damn
“Elizabeth acted to the full within the traditional sphere as Queen – Henry encouraged that ; but in the last years of her life, we have an insight [when considered with other evidences] that there was so much trust between them. Henry may have entrusted her with state secrets too.”
— Alison Weir.
"I really wanted to ski down the mountain dressed as Thorin." [x]
“Knowing who you are is confidence. Confidence, not cockiness. Cockiness is knowing who you are and pushing it down everyone’s throat”
The famous Kingmaker that lived and revolted during Henry of Lancaster reign, lived and revolted
(and died)during Edward of York’s reign is possibly still alive. You see:
^ Lord Warwick in 1470
It seems that I had made a mistake, in my previous post. He didn’t drink the potion of eternal…