“He’s walked a dark road,” Miller says. “In the years since we last saw him, he’s been a part of some deep, dark government-funded plots, and that’s left a mark on him. He is tortured by some of the things that he’s seen and that he’s participated in.”
I wonder what it would be like to lay your head on Calum’s tummy. On his soft warm skin as you watch a movie at some weird hour of the night. His hand would be in your hair; playing with any loose strands or he would be tracing little patterns with on your shoulder. Your arms tightly wrapped around his beautiful body, as you zone out into the movie. Calum wouldn’t even be focused on the film, he’d just have his eyes on you just admiring you. “Y/n?” Looking up at him a small smile would form on your lips. “I love you.” He’s say and his face would go into a small smile but when you said those three words back each time his heart would skip a beat and his stomach would flutter, and he’d always just smile because he really was in love with you and these simple moments.
what she means: Von Hohenheim began his life as a nameless slave. He probably wasn’t given a choice to offer his blood to the dwarf in the flask. He worked hard to make something of himself, and as a result every person in his life was taken from him. He literally watched as everyone he knew died. Not only that, but he had to live with their voices screaming in his head for thousands of years. He listened to them. He was never alone! Not for one second!! And all he wanted to do was make it right again! He thought he never deserved happiness because of what he let happen in Xerxes, and he called himself a monster!! But you know what?! He met Trisha. And he loved her so goddamn much, but the years he spent with her were just a minuscule fraction of his existence. All he wanted to do was live and die by her side, but instead he had to save the world. He had to save the world, and as a result, he wasn’t able to see the woman he loved as she died, and one of his sons hated him for what he thought was a cruel abandonment of their family. And at the very end of Hohenheim’s life, he realized that he still wanted to live, but he also knew that it was enough. It was enough to have Edward and Alphonse recognize him as a father, and as a human, rather than the monstrosity he believed he always was. Point is, Hohenheim deserved better, oh my god, he deserved so much more……I just…,,dsfj