“To be brave is to love someone unconditionally,
without expecting anything in return. To just give. That takes courage,
because we don’t want to fall on our faces or leave ourselves open to
Person A and Person B both work in crime fighting and meeting at a crime scene. Person A being all mean puppy and telling Person B it’s their crime scene. Then they get closer as friends and Person A accidentally asks Person B on a date, and Person B is all ‘I didn’t know you were into girls’ and Person A is like 'I’m not.’ But then Person A realised she does actually like girls and comes out to Person B. Then Person A comes out to her sister and in her delight goes to Person B and with newfound confidence kiss her. Then Person B rejects her, too afraid to get her heart broken by Person A when the newness of being gay wears off. So Person A is all sad and pissed off and humiliated and doesn’t talk to Person B. But Person B comes begging to Person A about not wanting to live without them in their life and they start being tentative friends again. Then Person A comes out to her mother and it’s beautiful. Imagine Person B gets shot on the job and Person A patches up her wound and they talk and Person B watches Person A and wonders… Then Person B shows up at Person A’s place with pizza and beer and near-death realisations and regrets and kisses Person A, and Person A kisses her back and it’s just so perfect.
Imagine Alex Danvers and Maggie Sawyer.
Your otp is Alex Danvers and Maggie Sawyer #sanvers
Eeep! Only 4 more days before I fly over westside for #ComicFiesta2016 !! Stuff are printing, other things in the works, sketchcard set to wrap up, giant cockroach in the bathroom to clean up!! wish me and drawing hand good luck, everyone