Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones.


As you held me down, you said:

"I'll see you in the future when we're older
and we are full of stories to be told.
Cross my heart and hope to die,
I'll see you with your laughter lines."

I don’t know if I will have the time to write any more letters because I might be too busy trying to participate. So if this does end up being the last letter, I just want you to know that I was in a bad place before I started high school, and you helped me. Even if you didn’t know what I was talking about or know someone who’s gone through it, you made me not feel alone. Because I know there are people who say all these things don’t happen. And there are people who forget what it’s like to be 16 when they turn 17. I know these will all be stories someday. And our pictures will become old photographs. We’ll all become somebody’s mom or dad. But right now these moments are not stories. This is happening. I am here and I am looking at her. And she is so beautiful. I can see it. This one moment when you know you’re not a sad story. You are alive, and you stand up and see the lights on the buildings and everything that makes you wonder. And you’re listening to that song and that drive with the people you love most in this world. And in this moment I swear, we are  i n f i n i t e 


Michael Dimartino: Since this whole season was about Korra becoming more and more tapped into her spiritual side, we thought the ultimate manifestation of that was a giant spirit version of herself. We thought about ‘The Guru’ episode of ‘A:TLA’ and the giant cosmic version of Aang that he saw in his vision. We talked about what would happen if an Avatar actually connected with that cosmic version of his or herself, and ‘Cosmic Korra’ was born.  Since Unalaq and Korra had a personal, one-on-one battle in ‘Darkness Falls’ we wanted to raise the stakes and the scale for the final showdown.”