request: [reader] and Tommy met during the war through letters(she was his rock during the hardest times and he confided on her everything ,even the family job ). after the war is over ,Tommy is set on meeting her face to face, her brother died on the field and she’s struggling ,so they finally set a date and it’s all kinds of romantic.
He looked up, cig hanging from his mouth, half frozen hands
stilling where they lay on his gun. He was bored to death and cleaning it for
the third time today, sat in an alcove buried into the side of the trench.
“What is it, Frank?”
“Letter for you”
He scowled, holding his hand out for the paper.
“Already had mine today”
“It off my sister”
Frank laughed, dropping into his own burrow opposite and
scanning his own letter.
“She wanted to say thank you ‘to that Tommy guy’ for, and I
quote ‘saving my absolute idiot of a brother from his own stupidity’. So…I
think she misses me”
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We sought out stories about models who changed their careers because their health was in danger, models who have physical disabilities that did not stop them from modeling, and all around beautiful creatures who defy what a “standard” of beauty is, and create their own.
Above: British actress and model Gwendolyn Christie is currently best known as the Amazonian warrior Brienne of Tarth in HBO’s series “Game of Thrones”. She is also a prolific model and actress, and is shown above in a shoot for Work-Love Magazine, Elle Magazine, and Ponystep. Below that, she is shown as Brienne of Tarth in GOT. The final image is from a series done with Polly Borland, portrait photographer.
Gwendolyn is an unconventional model and actress, as her 6'4" stature makes her non traditional against the standard leading man or male model. We simply find her stunning, and, more importantly, a brilliant actress. Post by C.S.