Va a llegar el día en el que no recuerdes ni siquiera porque nos dejamos de hablar y pensaras oye que ha sido de ella le mandaré un mensaje y yo estaré aquí y si recordaré que fue lo que pasó, quizás te siga detestando, quizás ya no me inmute con tu aparición, pero no quiero ser esa, la que recuerde cada minúsculo hecho de nuestra relación, la que guarde el rencor, quiero ser libre, quiero soltarme de ti, quiero olvidarte, hacerte de lado, seguir con mi vida, quiero no saber quién eres, quiero verte y no reconocerte, hoy te dejo ir, de a poquito, de a ratitos, pero abro mis manos y te dejo en libertad.
This is for @sims3-4-creations-mycats, who said she’d love to see pet pics 😀Here is Jasper (grey/black kitty), Lily (white/tan/black kitty), Franklin (Murray shortnecked turtle), Shawtie (blue severum fish), Moby (goldfish), and Speckled Jim (silver/gold goldfish). I can’t find good pics of the others on my phone 💚
This is probably a really stupid prompt ://// but I've had this egobang au idea for a while where they have a daughter Lily in like middle school and some kid says something homophobic so she breaks his nose. She gets in super trouble, but she's still upset about it, and the daddies™ come to the rescue. I know it's the fluffiest of the fluff, and you obviously don't have to do it if you don't want to.
Arin/Dan: Kid Fluff
“Am I grounded?” Lily asks as they walk into the front
door of their house, Arin shutting it behind Dan and Lily.
Dan and Arin exchange looks. Arin knows that she
should get some kind of punishment
considering Lily got herself suspended from school for three days, but he also
knows the reason behind her actions and it’s making it a lot harder to dole out
Dan looks equally unsure, biting his lip and sighing,
running a hand through his ponytailed hair.
“I think that’s something your dad and I need to
discuss,” Dan says. For what a huge softie he is, he takes on the role of the
disciplinarian better than Arin.
Little nods, but her small pink mouth trembles and her
big deep brown eyes water and Arin knows she’s trying so hard to hold it all
“I know I shouldn’t have punched him just…he was
making fun of you guys!” Lily says, lifting her head and now big fat tears roll
down her tanned cheeks.
Arin pulls his daughter in close and rubs a huge hand
down her back.
“I know, I’m sorry that it happened to you, baby.”
Dan breaks too and he joins Arin on Lily’s other side.
She’s tall like the two of them, even for the tender age of twelve and Arin
wouldn’t be surprised if she ended up nearly as tall as he and Dan. She’s built
a lot like Dan. Lily inherited his tanned skin, the dark eyes could be from
either of them, Dan’s hair color but Arin’s texture save for a slight wave to
her long hair.
The two of them had received a call from the principal’s
office asking them to come and pick up their daughter from school. She was
being suspended for punching another student and would be suspended for three
days, the mandatory case for most students who are caught being violent.
To say Arin and Dan were surprised was putting it
lightly. Their Lily was in trouble? Their sweet girl who can’t step on worms
and does her homework every night? She hit someone? It made more sense once
they got to the school and Lily could explain herself.
She hit the kid in her class because he was insulting
Arin and Dan, making fun of Lily for having two dads. Lily is calm, is gentle,
up to a certain point. The ‘F’ word got thrown around and then Lily had said
she reeled back and socked the kid in the nose.
Now, here was their little girl, sweet and sensitive
and trying to defend her family and
Arin can feel his heart breaking. He had always worried this would happen and
to his relief it hadn’t really come up much until now.
“He said such mean things,” she cries and Arin is
holding her against his chest and stroking her hair and Dan looks like he’s
close to tears himself, “Said things about you guys. I just wanted him to stop
talking about my dads.”
“Lily, people are going to say things no matter who
you are,” Dan says, but he’s right there, squeezing at her, at Arin, shaking
with residual anger or emotion, “You gotta ignore it, baby girl. He’s got hate
in him that’s strong but you’re stronger. Don’t you worry about what people
might say about your dad and I. You let us defend ourselves, your job is to be
happy and be a kid.”
Lily sniffles and presses her face against Arin’s
shirt, but she nods.
“We’ll talk to the school and we’ll figure this out.
It’ll be okay, Lily,” Arin says, promises her. He’ll do anything to fix this
for his kid, anything to make her life easier if he can.
“In the meantime, why don’t we order pizza and you can
choose what movie we watch tonight,” Dan says.
She leans away from his chest, “Can we watch Disney
“Of course,” Arin says as he leads their daughter to
the living room.