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this, to me, explains why robin distanced herself from the gang over the years. it’s not because ‘the writers suck’ because they ‘didn’t stick to her character’… she just couldn’t take it anymore. and i understand that. im sure a lot of you do too.
"Kids, your Aunt Robin never became a pole vaulter, but she did become a famous journalist, a successful business woman, a world traveler. She was even briefly a bull fighter. That’s a funny story, I’ll get to that one later. But there’s one thing your Aunt Robin never was; she was never alone."
Because one set of vows… it can’t cover a lifetime of growing and changing with you… of raising children with you… falling more and more in love with you every day, Lily Aldrin, which is what I vow to do for the rest of my life.
It was a twisting, turning road that lead to the end of the aisle, and not everything along the way was perfect. To be honest, not everything to follow would be perfect, either - but what is? Here’s the secret, kids. None of us can vow to be perfect, in the end, all we can do is promise to love each other with everything we’ve got. Because love’s the best thing we do. And on that lovely spring evening, that’s exactly what Barney and Robin vowed to each other. And it was legendary.