La Revolution Charmeuse

Or: That One Lady Who Gets Lucky During The Entire Movie

capt-amy-rogers a dit:

Once you get this you have to say 5 things you like about yourself, publicly, then send this to ten of your favorite followers (non-negotiable) ❤


1. i can say nice things about myself, which is a hard-won skill tbh

2. i am funny 

3. the way i dress

4. im honest about most things that i am aware enough to be honest about 

5. i am good at making food

Anonyme a dit:

72. Mischief Managed MPU something with Amy meeting Hope? Maybe?

Oh no,” Wade says, and he backs away. And crosses himself. And then reverse crosses himself, just in case, because he can never remember which order to go across the shoulders, and also, a double-cross never hurt anybody.

Or at least, that kind of double-cross.

Because here’s the thing: when you’re babysitting your boyfriend’s kid while he’s away at a conference and her dance studio calls to say that she and the new girl started causing trouble, that’s one thing. And when you find out that it’s all face-making and spaghetti-arm dancing and not following directions, you think, well, there’s nothing wrong about that. And you drive from the coffee shop where you were mainlining espresso because you went to bed at one after a Skype call with your boyfriend turned dirty and then got up at seven with his grinny daughter and you totally and completely assume that everything is fine and dandy—

Until Bruce Banner is scolding the other kid.

Like, disappointed-faced and hands on his hips scolding. Full-on dad mode, enough that you remember that Clint said they’d started fostering a daughter and it all skids to this weird stop in your head and—

Hope tackles Wade around the waist about the time Banner sees him, so there’s some undignified squeaking and staggering and blushing while Banner frowns. Banner’s not-kid smiles like she’s afraid she’s about to get talked to again.

“Hi,” Wade says, and not to Hope.

“Wade,” Banner says, in that voice that suggests he wants to crawl into a hole and die. He spends a second looking at Hope before his eyes flick back up to Wade. “Nathan’s away for the weekend?”

Ew, who calls Nate Nathan? That’s just gross. “Kind of, yeah,” he says. Banner frowns. “I mean, yeah, he is. He’s totally away, and I thought someone might actually listen at dance class—” He signs that part as he says it, and there is Hope’s face falling like a girl who remembered she’s done wrong, good. “—but I think maybe the ice cream for breakfast was a bad idea.”

Hope snottily informs him that it was a great idea—signs can be snotty—and Banner smiles a little. “From what I understand, she didn’t start it.”

“We were just making faces!” Banner’s not-kid complains. Banner shoots her a look, and she crosses her arms. “It wasn’t bad,” she grumbles, mostly at her bare feet.

“Faces are the gateway drug to all sorts of worse things, like cigarettes and murder,” Wade offers, but since he can’t sign that, he just says it really sternly and while looking at Hope. She can’t really read what he’s saying off his lips, because she scowls. But when he glances up at Banner, he just looks kind of amused. “Sorry,” he says limply.

“It’s okay,” Banner says, like maybe he means it.

Maybe. Wade’s not sure.

So he sends Nate a text message warning him about the possible child welfare case for failing to teach his not-daughter not to interrupt dance class with stupid faces, just in case.

In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag some friends and make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them. I was tagged by stephariffic — here goes…

1. Harry Potter

2. Looking For Alaska

3. The Giving Tree

4. The Rainbow Fish

5. Guess How Much I Love You

6. PostSecret

7. Bridge to Terabithia

8. The Fault In Our Stars

9. Go Ask Alice

10. Oh! The Places You’ll Go!

Tagging: heroes-get-made, moriartte, amy-banner, kriskenshin, writedreamlie, mrs-rainbowbowz

"Chain of Custody"
Marvel fanfiction set in the Motion Practice universe
Chapter 10: “Masks, Smoke, and Mirrors”
Bruce Banner/Tony Stark, Dot Barnes, Bucky Barnes, Amy Jimenez, Teddy Altman, Billy Kaplan, Steve Rogers, Jessica Jones, Miles Morales, Peter Quill, Clint Barton, Natasha Romanoff, Phil Coulson, Matt Murdock, Jessica Drew, Danielle Moonstar
Rated M for language and adult content; 14,041 words

The concept of causation is an easy one: you track events back until you find the one pebble that started the ripple, the event that set off the chain reaction. Bruce can track his life back and back, from Detective Munroe’s appearance in their home, to Jessica Jones’s meddling, to a fire a few miles away, to his settled family life with Tony and Miles.

He’s not sure how the links fit together, or whether the chain might unravel.

But that’s never stopped him and Tony before, now has it?

In this chapter, Halloween celebrations are dampened by children coping with loss, school struggles, review hearings, and the cold reality of Bruce and Tony’s careers.

This chapter is longer than usual, because I adore you guys. Also, special thanks to uofmdragon and montanagirlm for guiding me on the “special guest” attorney for this chapter. Because lord knows, I am low on Marvel characters at this point.