She’s never stayed in one place very long, he knows that. And happy though she says she is having met him, spending time with him, he can see the signs of discomfort in her: the unspoken, deep-rooted desire to pack her bags and pull away.
He packs instead, so she doesn’t have to.
“I was thinking we could try a road trip,” he says, tentative, and nearly sags in relief when she smiles.
If she wants to run, he’s damn well going to run with her.
That moment when you realize you’re quite literally bitter cuz while Jyn and Cassian’s story is beautiful in its tragedy. It is utterly unfair in so many ways that they never really get the chance to love each other
dhank you for so deeply impacting my linguistic dhoughts that I mispronounce extant Eardhly place names because your consonant clusters and dheir pronunciations have made a more prominent impression dhan actual real-world phonemes, to dhe point where I get very angry when some extant place or new science fiction world ‘forgets’ dhat ‘dh’ does not sound like ‘d’.