Request: hi could I please request a oneshot where the reader is sick so
she cant go on a mission with everybody else. Bucky is new to the team and
doesnt think hes ready enough to work with them as a team yet so he stays back
and hes kinda wary of the reader bc he doesn’t wanna hurt her but shes sick and
really wants soup or something so she asks him to make it and it he does and it
leads to awkward cuddling and falling asleep in each others arms? thank you so
much love your writing!!!
This was so hard to finish after being destroyed by that damn Civil War trailer…
“Steve, no,” Bucky whispered, “you can’t leave me here with
her. I’m not gonna know what to do.”
The Captain laughed and gave his friend a supportive pat on
the back, then grabbed his gear for the mission that was about to begin. “Buck, you took care of me for years, and this is too much for you? She has a migraine. The most she’ll ask for is maybe for you to
“Okay, yeah, but-“
Steve took a step back to regard Bucky for a moment, looking
at him skeptically. “What’s really going
on? Why are you so worked up over
this? You’re the one who said that you
didn’t feel ready to go on a mission with us yet, so this is the job I’m giving
Bucky sighed and rubbed his cheek, looking at Steve and then
down to his feet as if he were embarrassed.
“It’s just that…I haven’t really talked to her much. I feel like she’s avoiding me or something.”
“She’s not. She’s
giving you the space you asked for, remember?
You told everyone to give you time to adjust. So…adjust.”
Steve gave a small nod and turned to join the team for takeoff, leaving
Bucky to stand quietly, uncomfortably, and alone with you and with no idea of what
“I’m not going to bite you, Barnes,” you groaned from
beneath a large pile of blankets pulled over your head. “Unless you’re into that sort of thing.”
“Um…well…I suppose…” he stammered, finally taking a few
steps towards you.
You pulled your head out from beneath your cocoon and gave
him a surprised look, one eyebrow raised suspiciously, “excuse me?” You laughed quietly, since any movement or
loud noise sent a pounding through your head.
“Sorry, you might have to buy me a drink first.” You heard a chuckle come from Bucky, very
quiet, but it was there. Satisfied that
you had lightened the mood enough for him to relax, you buried yourself in the
darkness of your blankets once again.
You could hear him sit down in a chair nearby and let out a
deep sigh as he relaxed into it. He was
close enough to keep an eye on you as he was directed to, but not so close as
to make an uncomfortable situation for either of you.
“Do you get these a lot?” he asked so quietly that you
almost didn’t hear him. “The headaches?”
“Um, not too often.”
Once again you pulled your head from the cover you had built, peeking
out with a squint to block the light from your vision. Any light that got through caused more pain
and the muscles behind your eyes to tighten.
“If they were just a headache, I could work through them, but mine get
pretty crazy. I feel bad that it takes me
away from my job. Like I’m not pulling
“Steve seemed pretty understanding about it. He was pretty concerned and wanted to be sure
I kept an eye on you.”
“I don’t need a babysitter.”
Bucky raised his hands and sat up a bit straighter in his
chair, “hey, I didn’t say that you did.
I’m not babysitting.”
“So then why have you been staring at me this whole
time? What are you afraid of that I
might do?” Despite the fatigue in your
muscles and the waves of nausea that kept attacking, you pushed yourself up on
an elbow to turn towards him. “You don’t
need to be here if you don’t want to.
He’ll get over it.”
“Hey, fine by me,” Bucky huffed, pushing himself up to
leave, “I know when I ain’t wanted.” He
was nearly out of the room when the sound of you moaning and breathing fast
caught his attention. He turned back to
see you leaning over the side of the couch, your stomach finally getting the
best of you.
“Okay, okay,” he whispered, hurrying to sit next to you and
pull your hair back, “I think maybe we can both agree that you’re wrong.”
“Not…the time…Barnes,” you panted, trying to keep your
stomach calm. “Not…the time.”
Bucky sat with you for a few minutes, patiently waiting for
you to settle down and get control of your breathing. Once you leaned back into your pillows and
pulled your blankets up again, he stood and motioned to leave. “You can still call me if you need
something.” His voice was flat and calm,
but when you looked up at him, his eyes were filled with concern.
“Stay?” you whispered, not feeling quite certain that your
stomach could be trusted. “Just for a
while…if you don’t mind?”
“Sure,” he shrugged, looking around the room as if he were
avoiding your eyes, “is there anything you need? Have you eaten at all today?”
The thought of food made your stomach ache, and you could
almost feel yourself turning a nice shade of green. You shook your head and swallowed hard at the
thought of what food would do to you.
“No, and I’ll pass, thanks.”
“Maybe if you ate something, your stomach would settle
down.” Before you could protest, he was
gone and working in the kitchen. The
sounds of him banging pans around echoed through the tower and made the pain in
your head pound, but you figured it was the headache making the sound only seem
louder. All of your senses became
heightened during your migraine, but it was hard for others to understand how
it felt if they had never experienced it.
You were just about back to sleep when you heard Bucky
approaching, trying to walk as gently and quietly as possible. Even the small sound of the spoon hitting his
metal hand resonated loudly in your head.
“Hey,” he said quietly, “try this.”
“What is it?” You
took a quick smell of the liquid in the bowl he was holding, grimacing a bit at
its strength. “Smells a little weird,
“It’s a ginger root broth,” he chuckled, turning the spoon
towards you as he sat on the edge of the couch to face you. “It’s good for nausea. And,” he paused, pushing it towards you, “you
can’t take your pain medication on a queasy stomach, right?”
With a groan you sat up, pushing yourself against the back
of the couch with your blankets still pulled up high, “okay, but if I throw up,
I’m aiming for your shoes.”
You made an attempt to grab the spoon, but your fingers
failed you and it dropped down the front of your shirt. “Dammit.
Sorry, sometimes my hands don’t work right with these headaches. I get really clumsy.”
Without missing a beat, Bucky grabbed the spoon and refilled
it, then held it up for you to eat from.
You looked at him confused and a bit skeptical, not making any motion to
take it from him. “Well, go ahead,” he
“You’re gonna feed me?”
“If it’s our only option, then yeah.”
The first spoonful was a bit awkward, trying to be fed by
someone else and not being sure how to feel about it. A few spoonfuls later you were actually
starting to feel just a bit better and more comfortable with the turn of
events. Once his concoction was gone, he
set the bowl down and pushed himself back and next to you, arranging your
pillows and blankets so you could be as comfortable as possible.
“Bet you didn’t think this is how your day would end?”
“It’s not so bad,” he said with a small smile. “So, the team should be back in a couple of hours. Is there anything else that I can do for
You really wanted him to stay longer, feeling bad that you
had rejected him and snapped at him when he first came to help you. It was a long shot that he would stay, but
you wanted to take the chance that he would.
You didn’t want him to think that this was who you normally were. Grabbing one of your pillows, you laid it on
his lap and rested your head down. You
could feel his legs shift uncomfortably for a moment, then relax as you
“Is this not okay?”
“N-no,” he whispered uncertainly, “it’s fine.”
“Hey.” Steve gently
tapped Bucky’s shoulder, attempting to wake him up. “Buck,” he whispered again, not wanting to
wake you in the process.
Bucky let out a sigh that turned into a yawn, rubbing his
eyes and looking around the darkened room.
“Yeah, we just fell asleep.” Once
his eyes had adjusted to the lack of light, he looked down and saw that he was
no longer sitting next to you, but rather laying on the couch behind you with
his hand resting on your side and your head pressed against his chest.
“So, I’m guessing you don’t need your distance anymore,
huh?” Steve joked, but Bucky reached up
to give him a small slap on the arm.
“Quiet, I don’t want to wake her,” he scolded with a harsh
whisper. “And no, I think distance might
be overrated anyway.” Bucky waved his
hand dismissively at Steve, settling back in behind you and pulling your
blankets up to keep you warm as you slept.
Steve let out a quiet laugh and made his way to his room,
pausing to look back at his two friends, finally about to see what he had seen
all along. “You’re welcome, jerk.”
im trying to outline my next vlog (gotta outline it otherwise i will ramble too hecking much) and i just cant sit still??? i just aahhh my thoughts are racing and im singing and i wish i could do everything at once!!!!
Delling ran, hopping over the rickety wooden fence, snapping the sticks on the other side, occasionally turning his head as he dashed, keeping an eye out for a flash of fiery red. Crunching beneath his feet, the crisp Autumnal leaves gave an obvious marker to his location, leaving him feeling open and unprotected. A flash of red entered the corner of his vision as he scrambled down the steep hill, through the trees and down to the bank. The shallow stream was quick enough to cross, however, the slight delay still gave his pursuer enough time to gain ground, catching up quickly. Dell scurried through the trees, heart pounding and a metallic taste filling his mouth. He knew she was close, too close for his liking. They were fast approaching the fence at the edge of the trees now, and though he wouldn’t have admitted it to anyone, he knew he didn’t have enough energy to jump the tall, chain-link fence. Leaning with his back against it, he waited, waited for her to appear.
She lunged at him with a flash of copper.
He felt her arms close in on him, wrapping around him, a giggle barely audible from where she had nuzzled into his shoulder. “I told you I’d catch you.” She whispered smugly, gazing up at him with emerald eyes. “Oh, shut it,” he replied, feeling slightly uncomfortable as she pinned him to the fence. “Most of the point was whether we could get away from the police, not whether you could beat me, Freyja.” He replied back, “and I still beat you anyway. I got to the fence first.” Smirking as her face fell. He bent down to her smaller stature, dark hair falling onto his face, hiding the dusting of freckles that covered him. She leaned up to him, in what looked like an attempt to kiss him. He turned to the side, avoiding her and standing, arms crossed in an awkward pose. “Dell?” She asked, doing her best not to sound hurt. “I can’t Freyja, I can’t.” She turned her head away, moving her gaze from his dark eyes to the crisp orange leaves. “Am I not pretty enough?” Dell brought the smaller girl in for a hug. “No, trust me when I say you really are pretty, Frey. I just can’t. I really can’t explain to you why we can’t do this, but maybe, maybe some day I will.” He muttered into her hair, letting go of the girl and swinging over the chainlink fence, not waiting to see if she followed.
An ongoing design struggle. The grass starters are giving me so much trouble that I’m half tempted to either go back to the old ones, or to do something entirely different (but idk what). I’m not 100% on the colors of the other two atm either, but figuring out a design for the third starter is more important.
I have seen this way too many times im Tumblr or DA. People that do or say problematic stuff and when they get called out on it.They call the people haters for their gender identity or sexual orientation. As a lesbian I just find that very wrong because yes LGBTA do get persecuted and discriminated, don’t use it as a shield because you dont want to improve your personality.
I wont name any names but I have an ex-friend who was accepted by her parents. supported by her friends, lives of her parents, doesnt have to work because her parents pay everything for her. yet acts like a victim and uses her (///) to play the victim,
i have seen people doing it by using their religion (Christianity ) or autism too.Calling people haters of their religion or autism because they dont want to see their own flaws
Q. in 「YOUR NUMBER」 there’s a part that says <i want to get to know you>. please explain each member’s charm for us.
then i’ll go first.
i’ll talk about key’s charm. he always takes care of the people around him.
and i want to learn/take after the strong love he has for his own self.
Q. so key has strong self-esteem and takes care of people well.
if you look at onew, he always gives off a soft/gentle vibe, right? but he has another side of him. when it comes to work, he’s strict,& he reveals his “wild” side from time to time. when there's something that needs to be done he starts right away, & he practices diligently.
Q. so onew is a hard worker.
i think the fact that he works so hard, yet doesnt really want to reveal that about himself, is wild. (laugh)