I guess this is another sub-genre of Phoenix/Edgeworth, because Edgeworth seriously keeps leaving the country in canon.
Despite Everything by Shivasan Edgeworth is leaving for Europe again and Phoenix sees him off at the airport.
1:29 by Mei Ilan Miles has been in Europe for more than half a year already and Phoenix starts to feel lonely…
Eight Hours and Six Days by letteredheart Miles is in Europe for six days, meeting Franziska. They use the occasion to catch up on recent events. The same goes for Phoenix and Maya. Plus, phone calls at 11 pm and 3:30 am.
Coming Home With You by TheConsultingStepladder Based off several fanworks showing Phoenix and Edgeworth reuniting in airports.
Words, Words, Words by edgequill Immediately following the conclusion of Bridge to the Turnabout, Phoenix confronts Edgeworth about something that neither of them quite know how to put into words.
Faith by tastewithouttalent “It’s well past midnight when Miles’s phone finally starts to ring against the bedside table of his hotel room.” Phoenix calls Miles while he’s in Europe, and they do somewhat more than just talk.
For Good by 101Obsessions A songfic about Miles and Phoenix’s friendship, based on ‘For Good’ from the musical 'Wicked’. Because it just seemed to fit so well!
To Those Who Wait by temeira
To Phoenix, Miles is always worth waiting for, no matter how far away he is.
3:58 And the Minutes Past by underout “It’s 3:58. What the hell are you doing in my apartment? I thought—weren’t you overseas?”
I Won’t Back Down by townshend Phoenix has to work for what he wants, always, but it’s worth it.
Text by NekoHellAngel Phoenix is suffering from a bad case of boredom and doesn’t know what to do. When he gets a few unexpected texts from Edgeworth the boredom leaves for a little while, but loneliness threatens to sneak in.
Sat around the Phoenix airport for 6 hours today, and did some studies right around sunset since I actually had my laptop and tablet with me! These are in chronological order. The middle three are that same thing I’ve been doing where I paint over the same thing every few minutes when the light is changing quickly.
Foreboding Mushroom Cloud Over Phoenix Turns Out To Be Microbust
Photographer Jerry Ferguson captured a rare natural phenomena while cruising over Phoenix with helicopter pilot Andrew Park on a weather report assignment for a TV station. A gigantic looming mushroom cloud appears to have declared its presence over the heavily populated city, which is in reality a “microbust”. This rare weather phenomenon happens after a thunderstorm when cooled air speeds and crashes to the land at over speeds of over 100 miles an hour, which can create a powerful air current, the result which resembles an alarming mushroom cloud.
Bryan Snider also caught this amazing event in a time lapse video Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport, which showed just how it formed over the city.
In Spirit of Justice, Athena picked up Phoenix from the airport. So apparently, she has a car. But we all know that she and her fellow defense attorneys make a pretty modest income, so it’s possible that they would have difficulty affording to buy a car. So my pointless little headcanon is that Athena inherited it from her mother.
So I just got back from Las Vegas. I was there for the ACMs, and I had an
amazing time. Well, amazing for me is working constantly. So I was verrry happy
with this trip. haha. My producer, Nathan, came with me to sing harmonies at
some of the shows we were doing. His wife, Steph, and my mom also came.
On the way there, I was on the same plane as Sarah Buxton. She’s a new artist
on Lyric Street and we’ve written together before. I love her. So we had a
delay in the Phoenix airport and were just sitting there… So I got out my
guitar, then Nathan did, then so did her accompanist.. And we just started
playing right there in the airport. Pretty soon people starting gathering
around to hear us and we got a pretty good crowd going! I love stuff like that,
it was so much fun. When we got to Vegas, we went to our hotel, the MGM.. It
was the same one all the artists were staying at so it was awesome to see
famous people walking around everywhere.
The next day, I had a radio interview and performance in the morning. Then I
did what’s called a radio remote. That’s where about two hundred radio stations
are all in one huge room set up at tables. All the artists walk around to each
one and say what are called liners (“Hey this is Taylor Swift, and you’re
listening to _______!”) and do interviews. It was amazing. I loooooved it
because its just talking to people. I could talk to a door.
So then I had a fan performance for about 30 contest winners from different
radio stations. I did that with Jack Ingram and Jimmy Wayne. They are both
amazing, and Jack’s probably my favorite guy singer out there right now. The
next day, I had a fan performance at the House of Blues. There were a bunch of
artists doing it.. Me, Jack, Katrina Elam, Trent Tomlinson, Trent Wilmon.. It
went amazing, I had so much fun with that one. After that was an autograph
signing, and everyone I met was really sweet.
Then at lunchtime was a luncheon that Big Machine Records had for people in the
radio industry, it was at Studio 54. It was alot of fun, and the sound was
really good there. After that I had to rush to get ready for the red carpet at
the ACMs. When we got there, I walked onto the carpet and there were all these
photographers taking pictures and screaming my name. It was probably the
coolest thing EVER. haha. All of my favorite singers were on the carpet, and I
was kind of in awe the whole time.. while doing about fifty interviews.
I had to leave before the show, but it was an amazing trip and I’m SOOO excited
to get out on the road again. I’m so bad at sitting in one place. I love what I
do, and I’m so thrilled about what’s happening.
My single comes out June 19th. I don’t think I’ve ever been this happy in my