make me choose - gabriellabolton asked
high school musicalor the host?
"I want to go home, Peeta," I say plaintively, like a small child. "You will. I promise," he says, and bends over to give me a kiss. “I want to go home now," I say. "Tell you what. You go back to sleep and dream of home. And you’ll be there for real before you know it," he says.
They’re really humble, really down to earth, both very hard-working and incredibly focused. I felt really proud to be part of that little gang and to see how well they were working together.
The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all.