"I think she comes into season five changed by what’s happened to her. I felt playing her that I wanted to sort of show that there’s just a little spark that’s gone in her, for the time being, that it’s not going to be rebuilt very quickly, because thing like that aren’t. I didn’t want her to all of a sudden sort of be, ‘Oh! Everything’s fine.’ Although she’s getting on with everything in the same way, I just feel like — there’s just sort of a little sadness about her."
— Joanne Froggatt (x)
(Source: angel-princess-anna, via bannatnd)
It was Timothy who found it, the worn, dust covered bear. He froze, heart dully beating in his ears and Shelagh, noticing the way his face had paled then reddened all at once, padded over. “Timmy?” she ventured softly. “I forgot”, he breathed, “It was Mum’s.”
What a beautiful scenario of when Tim decided to call Shelagh “Mum.”