So… originally I was just going to do this for stereksupportnetworks prompt of beach/summer/vacation and not write anything but… A couple of days ago I was talking to some people for funsies about imagining a mamma mia au with no intention of writing it, but then i realised how compatible it actually was because HEY, THEY’RE ON AN ISLAND. THATS SURROUNDED BY A BEACH, RIGHT. uhh, also I used their last name from the movie because I’m lazy and I like Stiles’ initials as S.S too much to change it
Stiles goes to Derek for help putting on aloe after getting sun burnt at a pack beach outing. Feelings are discovered and the occasional sexy times ensue. (All sexy times are marked and skippable.) Stiles tries to help Derek deal with the loss of his family and the memories that came with it, and learn to love the beach again. It’s mostly a light/fluffy summer read with a few moments of overcoming loss and dealing with sadness. (And getting Derek’s grumpy a** to smile once in a while.) The first few chapters will just be Derek and Stiles. I will probably bring in some of the pack further into the story. Rating it M to be safe.
This was inspired by my recent bout of sunburn and wishing I had a nursemaid boyfriend to take care of me :P On a more serious note, a lot of the grief aspects in it come from me (still) dealing with watching my Grandpa die of lung cancer after two years. Maybe it’ll help someone else? Basically I just really wanted to show Derek working through his grief, since it wasn’t really explored in the show all that much, but set in a cheerier location to contrast the sadness and give it a sense of fun and fluff as well. This started out as what was supposed to be a short one shot, but the ideas just kept coming and took on a life of their own. So it is a wip, but I’ll be updating at least weekly.
We’ve all heard stories of islands of floating rubbish in the middle of the oceans, but it’s the trillions of barely visible microscopic
fragments that are set to be the world’s next ecological emergency. Lucy
Beach clean up at Milnerton lagoon, a conservation area, with Kayla and my sister. In just under two hours us three managed to collect eight bags of litter. We also came across a dead African penguin (an endangered animal) caught in fishing net. The state of the beach and conservation area is disgusting, even with picking up eight bags of rubbish the beach looks exactly the same as when we arrived, still covered in litter and nets