She’s so fucking pure; she was raised to be a murderer and instead all she does–ALL SHE DOES–is save people. Her whole early Batgirl run is Batman, and, to a lesser extent, Oracle severely doubting her while she goes around just saving the shit out of everybody. Their doubt is breaking my heart. (Meanwhile, the canon beauty of the Cass/Steph friendship is not fanon exaggerated in the slightest. They are wonderful best friends. Fuckin’ DC gave us these two unicorn lollipops as friends and has never deliberately sabotaged their friendship outside of when they brutally murdered Steph for a few years. I am amaze.)
Amidst all the I love yous; I need yous; I want yous, the impact of a sincerely proclaimed ‘I believe in you’ is scandalously underexposed.
Of course there is the 'I believe in us’, which emphasizes on one’s confidence in the perpetuity of a loving relation. Yet it focuses on the involved as one unit. And again the common ground that is sought after is love. 'I believe in us’ is roughly saying 'I believe in our love’, or the somewhat cruder stated sentiment 'we love each other’.
There is something incredibly endearing about being seen as a singular and unique being through the eyes of a lover: I believe in you as a standalone figure with all your goals, dreams, desires, and ambitions; your opinions, your characteristics. I believe in the genuiness and integrity of your person and all that comes with it.
I believe in you and where you are going. I see what makes you special when I take me and my love out of the equation. I believe in the person you were before me; the person you always have been. I believe in whatever journey you are taking, and I’d like to come with you. That is, if you’ll have me. Needless to say if you’ll have me.
There are many things and concepts in which we humans pour our faith, but none will have the same impact as a simple demonstration or vocalization of the faith we have in each other. As far as this concerns lovers, it is as simple as stating: I recognize your place and purpose in this universe, and as a spectator this marvels me.
Request: I feel like you need to write more Lafayette fluff so maybe a Modern AU where Lafayette is a foreign exchange student living in her family’s house and she at first doesn’t like him but then he does something and she falls totally in love with him
Word Count: 1274
A/N: I took this in a slightly different direction, but it was honestly just something I needed to write. Next fic out will be the next part of Young God.
“Oh, you’re right, I
absolutely love him. He’s practically family! I honestly don’t know where I’d
be without him in my life.”
“Y/N, the sarcasm is not appreciated. Lafayette is a good
kid, you just need to try to get to know him,” your mom said softly.
“I don’t want to get to know him!”
“Well, you’re driving him to and from school every single
day that he lives here, so you might as well get used to having him around. Try
to make the best of it,” she replied.
You rolled your eyes and called up the stairs, “Hey, French
Fry! If you don’t hurry up I’m leaving without you!”
Your mom was quick to rebut, “No she won’t, sweetie! Take
There are young artists that message me and they ask me stuff like how I do my art and I can pretty much tell they’re trying to be like me. I’m not saying that to brag. I’m saying that because, while I feel a little honored, I kinda worry about kids like these.
You don’t have to be like me to be a good artist or to get this much following. If you immitate me, you’re gonna mess up. I guarantee that. (‘Cuz you can’t just copy fab trash like me -3-) No, but seriously. I got where I am because I didn’t act like someone else. I am who I am and I got here with hardwork and just being myself. There is no magic solution to this. I didn’t become a “good artist” overnight.
Tell you what. Go to my Undertale tag and check out my oldest fanart of Undertale. Pretty crappy, right? Well, that was roughly a year ago. I didn’t get here with a wish from a genie. I practiced drawing everyday (animation school helped) and I didn’t let a day go by without making a sketch. Even if it was just a pose.
It’s gonna take a lot of time and hardwork but you’ll get to the point where you’ll look back and realize how far you’ve went. Sounds cliche but it’s true. If you want to be a great artist, don’t be like me (seriously. I’m not a good example XDDD). Work hard. Be yourself. Be kind to others. What personality you have, people WILL be drawn to it if you only be yourself. People can see past bullshit, guys. It’s fine to take inspiration. Take as much inspiration you need.
But don’t forget who you are along the road, k?
Now go out there, work hard, and make yer Dae proud!! >:3