Ya know i may have depression and a lotta the times i struggle to even have motivation to do basic things but like u best believe hearing tyler speak and smile makes me giggle and happy even if it is for a brief moment
Hi, I just read your fic where your heart is and i gotta say i loved it even if i fully expected to hate it because you guys come from nowhere and sudenly you were the new thing and evey known author was talking about your fic anf fic reccers are shoving it down our throats and i hate when that happens, when something becomes the must read because most of the time it's undeserved. but your thing was really good! I didn't expect that so kudos for that!
this is my face when I read your ask
there’s a compliment hiding somewhere there I know, but omg was it backhanded.
Let’s just say that you loved the fic despite wanting to hate it, and that I’m gonna take it as an accomplishment in itself and leave it at that haha.
Rennah and Jack both laughed and wandered back to the front of the house where they could hear shrieks of childish laughter and the sound of the men shouting happily. Eezo’s wuffling varren-barks were echoing around the snowy yard, and Rennah groaned as she stepped out onto the porch to a ridiculous sight; James and Kaidan appeared to be engaged in a snowball fight with the children, and the women ducked as a stray ball of snow whizzed at their heads and smacked into the house.
Annoyed, Rennah turned to see who had thrown it.
“Oops!” Kaidan poked his head up from behind a snowdrift, his eyes dancing with amusement. “Sorry, ladies!”
The grin on his face made it plain that he wasn’t sorry at all, and Jack grumbled under her breath. Rennah only laughed as a moment later Kaidan was hit squarely in the face by a snowball lobbed by James, the biotic falling to the ground with a squawk of surprise.
“Children!” Kaidan gasped desperately as James vaulted over the car and bore down on him. “Defend me!”
This time both women dissolved into laughter as David and Lyra burst from behind the snowdrift and flung themselves at James in what appeared to be an ambush, Eezo the varren running alongside them. Kaidan used the distraction to crawl back behind cover, and he quickly formed up more snowballs which he flung biotically at James in rapid succession. Pinned under Kaidan’s attack and with the children weighing him down, he was forced to beat a hasty retreat.
“Typical!” James lamented as he struggled through the snow with both squealing kids hanging off him and the pet varren running in excited circles, barking. “Everyone gangs up on the poor non-biotic!”
Kaidan’s only response was to lob another snow ball at him.
Well, sometimes love seems easy. Like, it’s easy to love rain…
and hawks. And it’s easy to love wild plums… and the moon.
But with people, seems like love’s a hard thing to know. It gets all mixed up. I mean, you can love one person in one way and another person in another way.
But how do you know you love the right one in every way?