Anonymous said: What did Natalie Dormer do???
Something really amazing. Okay i’m gonna try to be calm about that.
So at the beginning of April I sent Natalie a letter asking for an autograph and just thanked for everything she did to me, you know she helped me through a lot of stuff like not on purpose but at this time she was basically the light of my life so to speak, and I told her that she did a great job by portraying all these different characters and so on, like a normal letter from a fan in my opinion. But probably not in hers.
And today I got this envelope. I didn’t really expect that she would answer but she did. Not only got I two autographs no I also got a letter, a freaking 5 pages long letter in her beautiful handwriting.
She told me that she never did that before, answering a fan and she was just so sweet???? And she called me sweetheart. I’m Natalie Dormer’s sweetheart ahhhh what is happening.
So that’s something she wrote:
So yeah, that’s the reason why Natalie Dormer is a perfect human being and if you don’t agree you’re wrong. Sorry not sorry.
You can have a good vocabulary without using words no one has ever heard.
Maybe that could be the bathroom pass?
But is it funny enough????
I’m reading A Feast for Crows and I’m at the part where Cersei is grouchy at Tommen’s wedding because he is only 8 and doesn’t dance very well and she is saying how everyone will make fun of him. As I’m reading, I’m reminded how prideful I am and how what everyone thinks about me really matters to me. But now I’m starting to realize how stupid that is. For the most part, people really don’t care. And the people who DO care—they aren’t the people I want to hang out with. And when someone does think or believe things about me, when they get to know me, they will find out what was true and what wasn’t. Or they will continue to believe whatever they thought originally and those people are dishonest so I don’t want to hang out with them anyway.
This might sound stupid for a woman in her mid 20s to finally be realizing that I should be prideful in what those who know me think of me instead of those who don’t, but it’s a big step for me.
I’d rather dance clumsily and laugh than stand alone, sullen and bitter.