it's okay caroline

I suddenly want to meet a vampire just to get compelled to forget the series’ finale
Like no one got their happy ending apart from d*lena and it wasn’t happy at all, it just felt so forced
Bonnie and Damon didn’t even get a scene together like what the actual fuck?? Weren’t they best friends? What about a tiny hug? A smile? Something? Of course not, it would’ve had too much chemistry compared to the no-chemistry-at-all d*lena ending 
Bonnie is still hearing Enzo’s and that’s not okay because it gave me the feeling that she depends on him and can never have a proper life without him being there - and he’s dead for fuck’s sake 
Stefan dying and giving Damon the cure was just the stupidest thing they could come up with and I honestly didn’t think they would do it because it was just so dumb but they did it and oh god it felt like watching the cliché of clichés and Stefan’s death felt useless
Matt got a bench?? Seriously, that’s all he gets? I can’t even, ugh
At least Caroline still has the girls and Alaric - and the mention of Klaus was nice but anyway I feel like they didn’t give a proper closure to their storylines either
And the Stefan/Lexie hug was the only part where I truly smiled
The ending was just so confused and rushed and it was horrible
They ruined a good show, that’s it, and not just with the finale. The show got screwed over a long time ago



“Love everything you do, when you call me really dumb for the stupid things I do.” - Training Wheels

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AU where Caroline is missing and Klaus is worried about her - he has no idea where she is

I love how May, Dawn and Serena are all crying to people/Pokemon that they care about after their first losses. And I love how Serena’s Pokemon and May’s friends offer them comfort while they cry and then Dawn’s mother is literally just like “Dawn stfu, stop crying and act like an adult. Oh, and I know you’re a 10 year old girl on your own for the first time, but don’t call me anymore–that’s what your friends are for. BYE.”

cupcakemolotov  asked:

Assuming Caroline slipped the MF group after her mom's death, can be after she turns her humanity back on, after one year of being by herself. (Bonus if she's managed to lead everyone on a wild goose chase and involves smut.)

A/N: This is canon for TVD up to Liz’ funeral and…not canon at all for TO cause my headcanon says Klaus and Elijah went to NOLA to have the witches resurrect Kol and after that succeeded have since been doing what they do around the world, okay? Okay!

ALSO this is just part 1 cause the thing is already over 5k and so you’ll get the Klaroline goodness aka smut part later this week after it is written!

She goes home, intent on carrying out her plan to turn it off, to give herself a year of not having to handle the grief that is working so hard to overwhelm her. But that day’s post is laying on the floor as she walks in and its habit to pick it up and dump it onto the table in the foyer. It’s bills she’ll need to probably look at later but there’s also a letter addressed to her.

The handwriting is what catches her eye.

It’s her mom’s and Caroline runs her finger along her name, tears dropping down onto the envelope as she takes in the familiar loops and lines. It’d be so easy to place it back down, to put off looking at what lays inside of it, to not find out what Liz had written and carry on with her carefully detailed plan.

But she can’t do that.

She has to know what’s in there, what her mother apparently deemed so important to have mailed to her in the event of her death. Caroline knows that’s why its here, why she sent it via the mail. Her mother probably sensed the inevitability of her death coming on sooner than either of them would have liked.

This is her chance at a goodbye. Sort of. More than the one she’d gotten through memory manipulation when she’d gotten to the hospital too late to be able to say it in person.

Caroline carefully peels open the envelope, careful not to tear any of her mother’s writing. Even the front of it needs to be saved. This is the last thing she has of her and she means to cherish it for as long as she can. The letter is everything she could have hoped for, her mother’s declarations of how proud she was of her, of how she wants her to find her hopes and dreams and live her life to the fullest.

It’s the last line that has Caroline changing her mind about what she needs to do now.

Don’t let your fears control you.

And isn’t that what she’s doing with wanting to flip the switch. She’s terrified of how the grief will hurt, of how it’ll settle into her bones and never quite leave. But she can’t hold to her plan any longer, lets it crumble into dust as a new one begins to form in its place.

The others probably won’t understand, or maybe they’ll understand a little too well, but that doesn’t matter. What does matter is that she can’t be in this town for a minute longer. There are too many memories that want to cave in on her in every inch of it but the familiarity, the love is gone, buried in the ground with her mother.

Mystic Falls is no longer home and so she takes the letter and a photograph of her mom with her at graduation and leaves everything else, even her phone, behind.

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I keep trying to find me

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[da]: jeg har i sinde at være din sidste - uanset hvor lang tid det end måtte tage

[eng]: i intend to be your last - however long it takes

danish: language originated from old norse {the language of vikings}

I’m doing this French assignment where we put what people did with their days into last tense, and so far it’s all stuff like “George did yoga and meditated” or “Charlie and his girlfriend went to the library to work on stuff.”

And then all of a sudden the mood shifts to “Caroline was feeling depressed, didn’t want to talk to anyone, and cried in her bed.”