Hey guys- so I had a long hiatus whereby I watched PP and occupied myself with real life. But now, I’m ready to get back into the writing groove! :D
This is a continuation of the latest episode of Grey’s, 13x12. I just can’t bear to see Amelia withdrawing and distancing herself from Owen like that on the show. And it’s really painful to see Owen hurting. I hope Omelia can have a heart to heart talk and sort things out!
Anyways, enjoy…and my apologies in advance if my writing is a little rusty- I haven’t written for quite some time after all….:P
p.s Special thanks to dear Susie @hurricaneawelia for helping me to proofread this- you’re the best! <3
Disclaimer: This is written before 13x13 airs.
The pepperoni pizza tasted so delicious as Amelia closed her eyes to savor its taste in her mouth.
‘ He said to tell you he’s not gonna wait forever.’ her mentee Stephanie interrupted the blissful moment.
‘ What?’ Amelia mumbled in reply, her mouth still full of pizza. She didn’t realize that she was starving until she took the first bite.
‘Before he walked away, Dr Hunt told me to tell you that he’s not going to wait forever.’ Stephanie repeated in a clearer tone. ‘It seems like he’s losing his patience.’
Amelia didn’t reply, choosing to take another bite of her pizza instead. Lately her appetite had increased, and every food she took tasted heavenly.
Stephanie sighed, internally debating on whether to probe Amelia further. Amelia was her mentor and superior, she had no right to interfere with her personal business. On the other hand, watching Amelia withdraw from Owen and avoiding him at all costs was getting painful to watch. She didn’t know exactly what happened between them, but she could see that it was eating Owen up inside. She noticed that he had this sad and worried expression permanently stamped on his face since Amelia moved in to stay with her a couple of days ago.
Okay so this part is admittedly slightly filler, but since we were all about Hiro last part, it makes sense to focus on her brother for part 3?
I have many alternative titles for this part, including “Fandom Treats Tadashi Too Nice and Forgets He Did a Really Stupid Thing So Let’s Rub It In,” “How the F*** Do You Draw Chris Pratt,” “OOH LOOK RAPTORS I LOVE RAPTORS,” and “I Can’t Draw Chris Pratt.”
Also, there was this marvelous scene in the Jurassic World deleted scenes in the DVD that was released Oct. 1st. Mind you, I had this mostly drawn and finished in June/July. It was kind of amazing how well it fit with this scene. I’ll put screenshots (with my camera b/c iTunes won’t let me take actual screenshots *sigh*) behind a cut at the end of this, but look at this marvelousness that is Owen, Claire, and Pile o’ Dino Poo:
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Now click behind the cut to see images from the actual Jurassic World deleted scene of Owen, Claire, and Poo:
“If Star Wars is a fairy tale, what is the moral of the story?”
Episode I, we learned that young force sensitive children are taken away from their families to be trained by the Jedi. Even Anakin at 9 years old is already almost too old to be taken away from his mother. But Anakin’s mother is presented easily as the most perfect character in all of Star Wars. She is wise. She’s virtuous. She’s good, loving. And Anakin in her care is all these things as well.
And you have to ask, if he had just stayed with his mother, even as a slave, wouldn’t that have been better for him than to be taken away from her? But that’s what the Jedi do. And the Jedi think they know best taking away those kids from their families.
And I think that what’s most telling about that then is when you get to the end of the prequel trilogy, when you get to the end of Episode III, you have Obi-Wan and Yoda, two of the greatest Jedi Masters, who could train anyone, and they have in their care Luke and Leia, who are the hope for the galaxy. I mean, two offspring of Anakin, the have more midichlorians and all that. These are potentially the greatest Jedi that they could ever teach.
And instead of teaching them, like the Jedi have always done, they say “You know what? We need to give these kids to families.” And so they put them in families with mothers and fathers. And the images Lucas ends on are not, you know, are not great Jedi Warriors training the next generation. But it’s these two babies in the care of these loving families. And that is the hope for the galaxy.
the storylines Grey's could have focused on in S13:
the Arizona-Callie-Sofia-dynamic, Meredith's continuos struggle with single parenthood (but I guess they're off to college already), Webber wondering whether he should retire, Christina coming back, Owen Hunt being Harriet's godfather, Jo and Alex struggling to fix their relationship (with him in prison and all), Ben overrating his skills after what happened with April and making a major mistake...
the storyline Grey focuses on in S13:
I’ve Never Been In Love Before (Owen Grady x Reader)
As requested by anon: could you please do one where reader is out in the park when I-Rex gets loose and is in the jungle with Zach and Gray & Owen’s going crazy & when he and Claire find them reader gets SUPER badly injured & Owen freaks the frick out because I need some protective/worried/loving angsty Owen in my life!
Owen vowed never to
fall in love. He’d been hurt too many times in the past. Not by women, though,
but rather by the loss of friends during his Navy days and his family that had
shunned him for joining in the first place. He was ashamed, in a way. After all,
he was supposed to be tough and strong, and yet, under that sarcastic, laid
back exterior that he’d built up, he was lonely, scared, and empty. And even
worse, he’d been brought down to the point that he was afraid of something he’d
never even experienced before: a meaningful, romantic relationship. His raptors
offered him some comfort. A distraction. A small presence to ever so slightly
fill that gaping hole within him, but he refused to allow himself to love
creatures that would happily tear him to shreds if given the opportunity. No.
Love was not an option for him in any capacity of the word.