Request: “Hello! If your requests are open, I’ve got one for you :) a newt x reader, and the reader is and has been struggling with depression and worries it will scare newt away but he reassures her that it won’t.”
Mornings are the worst. The sun rises, birds sing, crickets chirp, people get up and go about their day, the world spins the way it’s supposed to.
And you lie in bed staring at the wall, wishing you were anyone else.
The bedroom door creaks open to reveal Newt, a tray in his hand, that blessed boy already aware of your mood. “Hey, love. I brought you some breakfast.”
The soft sound of a radio crackling in the other room slowly weaves its way to you along with the smell of eggs and a slice of fresh cut blueberry bread.
You shove the comforter away from your face and rub your eyes, taking in a deep breath to convince yourself to smile. The corners of your lips may as well be lead, though, and you know even as you force a grin to your face that Newt can see through it.
He says nothing, just sets the tray on the nightstand.
My small contribution to pride month bc figuring out your sexuality and gender identity can be really confusing but also beautiful (it was very confusing for me at least) and I wish anyone out there who is still questioning the best of luck and happiness 💜 you’re not alone
41: what's the last book you remember really, really loving?
I haven’t read a good book in years honestly and it’s so depressing.
I really miss the times when I was super into Warriors because like, it was the BEST time. My family would get me the books for Christmas and oh my God the BOOK FAIR. I was such a frequent visitor of my middle school library that when I came in, the librarian would sometimes have a little stack of new warriors books she’d set aside for me.
I really, really should go to my local library and see if they have anything good but I keep forgetting to honestly. I’ve left there empty handed so many times recently that I sort of stopped trying but I’ve got some better ideas for what to look for so HOPEFULLY next time I leave I’ll bring my own stack of books. ;w;