Deep in the meadow, hidden far away,  cloak of leaves, a moonbeam ray, forget your woes and let your troubles lay and when it’s morning again, they’ll wash away, here it’s safe, here it’s warm, here the daisies guard you from every harm, here your dreams are sweet and tomorrow brings them true. Here is the place where I love you.

i was thinking about the hunger games and how Peeta throwed that bread to Katniss, like, if he would have gone down and saved her he would have taken the chance from her to be the hero of her story, but otherwise, the way that happened, he helped her and she figured out the rest because, you know, she only needed a little push, like we all do, we don’t need people to do things for us, we have to do them, but we always need that little help to figure out the rest.

Honestly, one of my favorite scenes in the entire series is when Peeta volunteers for Haymitch to be in the Quell. 

Josh plays it SO WELL - the jaw clench, the righteous fury, the resignation, the pain and the catch in his voice when he says, “You can’t stop me. Let go.

You can hear the italics. 

I swear, that scene gives me chills every time. 

Other favorite? When Katniss dreams of Peeta in District 13 and she just looks so calm and peaceful and he is exactly like he is on the train during the Victory Tour - calm and stoic, always with her. Always. Her face is a picture of relief and restfulness for just a second - then she wakes up. I cried in the theatre, I tear up thinking about that scene. 

Everlark Headcanon

I did several of these over Christmas and that was nice, but one that I never got to that occurred to me again right this moment, is that one day when Peeta was going to leave and head back to his house Katniss catches his arm and says “will you stay with me?” and he just turns and throws his arms around her and holds her tightly in his arms reminding her of the nights on the train, the kisses in the arena and he just whispers, “always.”