If you are interested in stories with happy endings, then you would be better off somewhere else. In this story, not only is there no happy ending, there is no happy beginning, and very few happy things in the middle. My name is Lemony Snicket. It is my solemn duty to bring to light the sorry history of the Baudelaire children as it happened so many years ago.

it’s really telling how uncomfortable is louis is talking about bg, in the seacrest interview ryan very respectfully addressed jay and louis spoke very easily about the song’s connection to her, but with the bg question (which was very simple) louis really seemed to struggle and strain with the words, and it was very short and stilted with copious amounts of pauses, which is why i think the studio laughed to try to relieve some of the tension, and then ryan went to commercial break right after

The walk to the first lecture class was full of wonder and excitement, if one didn’t account for the faces of the almost-dead seniors who wanted no part in campus life anymore.

Still, Lexa was receiving her fair share of stares, her presence not nearly as prominent as it was back at Arkadia. Yet.

Lexa was wearing a typical crisp white collared shirt and tight black jeans that almost gave her a formal sort of look. When Clarke had questioned it, she’d replied “I have a meeting with the athletic director and the university president.”

Clarke didn’t even seem fazed.

She, on the the other hand, had opted for a simple tank top, flannel, and torn jeans. The morning and later afternoons could be chilly, though, so Clarke opted for Lexa’s famed letterman jacket.

Okay, maybe that wasn’t entirely why she’d chosen a jacket with Lexa’s name plastered across the back.

Lexa smiled as soon as she saw Clarke wearing it, and hadn’t stopped since. The two of them walked through the main campus quad together, linking hands, taking in the sights and sounds of their supposed home for the next four years.

made with so much love for @clexa-hsau‘s sequel. I hope you guys like it!

Niki, thank YOU for always inspiring me and believing in me when no one else would.