Hello! I’m so busy this day. I have a very important test tomorrow and I need to study XD But, that doesn’t mean I haven’t had time to make this fanart ^^ It’s something simple, but that’s how I’m feeling today.
EPIX Road to the Outdoor Classic, Episode 4 - Patrick Kane to Jonathan Toews: Cappy, stay hot.
i suppose “stay hot” is their Thing now:
edit: some people have told me that they hear patrick saying “kempny, stay hot”, not “cappy” - some others have said they hear “cappy”. (personally i hear cappy because i’m not hearing an M or N sound when he says it and he’s looking at jonny.) but y’know, this is a PSA, because i probably heard him wrong and then the whole gifset is wrong /o\
I'm sorry if this is something you get bombarded with, but do you think you'll ever continue with the 30 day OTP challenge? I loved those. Your characters are so brilliant, and seeing them in everyday life or just more casual settings is one of my favorite things.
Yes I will… it’s very much on my mind. It’s just that this pesky Theoretically Real World Work keeps gettijng in my way. …But I’m on it. Bear with me…
So the idea is that these are little snippets, forwards, backwards, all over their history. This first one is like an “oops we moved in together!”
After a scare, Karen points out something Joyce or Hopper hadn’t noticed. Hopper is living at Joyce’s house. But Thanksgiving is fast approaching and the boys will be home for the holidays so they’re going to find out and that’s a little nerve wracking.
“It’s already two, I can pop in for a few minutes but I’ve got to get home by three.”
“That’s when Holly gets off the bus?” Joyce asked Karen, absently, scrunching the top of the paper bag.
“Yeah, what do you even need me to come in for? We’ve been out for almost three hours, is there a surprise party in your living room or something? Forty three is not traditionally a surprise party year,” Karen joked, or Joyce thought she was joking, sometimes it was hard to tell with her.
“It’s Thursday afternoon. Your birthday is in two weeks, this is not a surprise party setup,” Joyce said, unlocking her front door and walking through it with a flourish to prove it.
Joyce and Karen had been off again, on again friends over the years. They’d gone to school together, they’d had kids at the same time. But for so long Joyce didn’t have time to socialize with friends, it was in the last few years that Joyce had time again. Plus after Will’s disappearance, Karen had stepped up. She’d helped Joyce, knowing that Will had to be looked after a little more. Since then especially, they’d become close again.
“What’s so important that you have to have me in your living room after we’ve already had lunch in Jonesboro?” Karen asked, annoyed.
Joyce looked at her. She pressed her lips together tightly and dumped out the bag from the drugstore on the coffee table.
“Holy shit,” Karen said, seeing the pregnancy tests she’d bought while Karen was looking in the antique shop.