I got this fabric on my last craft store trip to stock up for my shop, but after looking at it i realized no one but me would probably want a dress made out of it ha ha! So Maura got a new sundress, a cute baby doll style dress. There’s no closures or anything, it just pulls on over her head. It actually fits her very well, and is really cute. Cats!
Headcanon: While watching a documentary on honey bees, Maura’s pick of course, Jane reveals her secret admiration of the little critters. She explains her wonder in how they can build something so beautiful, through working together without the major chaos one would normally find. She even mentions how, if she had to choose a “bug" to become, it would be the honey bee. Maura, ever impressed with Jane’s “beautiful mind,“ subconsciously begins to wear yellow clothing throughout the days then on after. Bees are supposedly attracted to yellow flowers, or so they say. Jane notices, but refuses to mention it. After all, it is just too damn adorable. One day, after finding an excuse to visit Maura, she quickly strides up to her desk, arms behind her back. After getting Maura’s attention, giving a few huffs here and there, she looks directly in her eyes. Releasing her nervous breath, she presents to her a bee plushie. With a small smile, she softly recites the lyrics: If you’ll be my soft and sweet, I’ll be your strong and steady. You be my glass of wine, I’ll be your shot of whiskey. You’ll be my sunny day, I’ll be your shady tree. You’ll be my honeysuckle, and I’ll be your honey bee.”
A/N: This headcanon is so old now, but I still remember the first time I saw it, and how I was totally sold on the “honey bee plushie”. Trawling through my huge list of collected headcanons, the plushie caught me again. :) Total fluff-fest of a story, and I hope you enjoy it! Thank to livelymorbid again for the adorableness of this headcanon!
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“Okay, okay, what are we watching?” Jane threw herself onto the couch, beer in hand. She moved to put her feet up on the table, but stopped when Maura shot her look. Rolling her eyes, she waited until Maura’s back was turned before sneakily sticking them back up.
“Oh, there’s this new documentary on honey bees that I want to watch. There’s been some excellent reviews on it, and it was praised for its factual accuracy.” Maura ignored the cheeky grin Jane gave her when she propped her feet on the table again, simply settling down next to her with the remote.
Jane stretched. “Well, it’s your pick tonight,” she yawned, subconsciously snuggling into Maura’s side.
Maura smiled, biting her lip as she debated whether or not she should tell Jane that sitting so low on the sofa was bad for her back. But before she could come up with a decision, she was distracted by the opening sequence of the honey bee documentary.