Prompt: Richie and Eddie don't know each other, but Richie just wiped out on his skateboard outside Eddie's house
here we go
+ eddie hates sundays
+ he always finishes his homework friday when he gets home but his mom won’t let him go out past 6pm on sundays anyways so he always has to find ways to entertain himself
+ usually bill would come sneak in through his window to keep him company but he had therapy tonight until 7 and eddie was alone and bored out of his mind
+ he was currently staring out his second floor window and watching the squirrels
+ but then he sees him
+ the cute, lanky neighbor kid from down the street skates right past his house
+ and then,,, back past his house?
+ he starts doing tricks on the sidewalk (nothing fancy, mostly just jumping up and landing about 50% of the time) but after the 3rd jump he… looks up at eddie?
+ aND WINKS
+ and eddie’s like shitshitshit i’ve been caught staring at this boy and now he’s making me blush what the fUck
+ then the neighbor kid gets cocky
+ he decides to try that thing where you,, flip the board,, in midair before landing on it? (eddie is not very familiar with skating technical terms)
+ this trick makes eddie very nervous
+ Cute Boy falls flat on his ass and his elbow hits the ground hard
+ eddie runs down the stairs and out the door after grabbing his first aid kit from the nightstand
+ “ohmygod ohmygod what the fuck is wrong with you you could have broken your arm and all i have is neosporin and bandaids here what were you thinking come inside i have to clean up this scrape before it gets infected- no don’t TOUCH it do you know how many GERMS there are on human hands oh my god”
+ but then eddie just looks up and cute boy is smiling at him in the sweetest way he’s ever seen abut then he just smirks and says “hey i’m richie and i’m usually pretty good at skating but i guess i couldn’t help falling for you”
Yondu Udonta liked to see your performances when he could. It wasn’t often, but every time he did appear, you were glad. It meant he was still alive and still safe. No one knew, but every time you saw that Centurian in the crowd, your performances would be particularly phenomenal that evening.
You liked to joke and tell him that he was your lucky charm and that he should visit more often, but the both of you knew it was just a half-hearted ploy for him to see you more because anytime he was at your side, he was safe. Anytime he was away was another chance for him to be gone forever.