see-me

I hate cliches- really, I hate them. But listen to me when I say that no one, not a single person on this planet, will ever look at you the way that I do. Because I look at you with anger and wonderment and appreciation and fear. I look at you like you are the reason for every problem in my life, though you are the reason that I forget all my life problems. I look at you and I see everything that I have to lose, but it’s only because you have given me so much to look forward to. I look at you in terror because I wasn’t supposed to let myself feel this way for anyone, but then I feel comfort looking at you because I know that I made the right choice by letting you break those walls I built. So don’t ever tell me that I don’t see you- the only person, the only THING I ever see- is you.
—  See Me
See Me

Summary: Modern AU Professor Tom creates a worry-free evening for his elementary school teacher wife after a long week at work.

Genre: Romance/Fluff

Rating/Warning: M - Possibly me being overly cautious.  Perhaps not everyone’s cup of tea.  Contains use of “Daddy” and things of that nature.  Non-explicit shenanigans.  You have been warned.  

Author’s Notes:  This is for @i-wanna-be-toms-body-pillow so blame her.  <3

He met her at the door.

It had been such a difficult week.

A week of assessments and stress and suits in state offices deciding what “standards” meant.

A week of runny noses and tears and little hands that always needed something.

A week of never ending reports and meetings and late nights.

But now she was home.

Now she was in his arms.

Now she could rest.

Now she could cry.

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Lunchtime Drabble: See Me (3/?)

Lunchtime Drabble: See Me (3/?)
Pairing: Leonard McCoy x Fem!Reader, Kirk x Fem!Reader
Word Count: 773
Series Warnings: Some swearing, mention of death, a few injuries.
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Originally posted by tree--frog

Spending time in Leonard’s Medbay wasn’t as bad as one might imagine. There was always something going on or someone to talk to. Leonard checked in more than a couple times a day, running the regenerator over your leg and talking with you. After three days, you knew your way around your room very well and even the way to Leonard’s office (Christine had made you a path along the wall). 

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Lunchtime Drabble: See Me (6/?)

Lunchtime Drabble: See Me (6/?)
Pairing: Leonard McCoy x Fem!Reader, Kirk x Fem!Reader
Word Count: 884
Series Warnings: Some swearing, mention of death, a few injuries.
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Originally posted by kimmiearrington89

Your date with Jim had been wonderful. He had set up a picnic and even had played music on his PADD so that you could dance with him. You talked and laughed and danced until late. He brought you back to your room in the Medbay and said goodnight by lightly brushing a kiss against your knuckles. He had been the perfect gentleman. You should have been on cloud nine but your pity party had come back and you were missing your friends from the Farragut.

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–Buenos días –susurró él.
–Buenos días –contestó ella–. ¿Hace mucho rato que estás despierto?
–Una hora, más o menos.
–¿Por qué no te has vuelto a dormir?
–No estaba cansado. Además, me gusta mirarte.
–Eso que acabas de decir tiene el peligro de provocar que me asuste, ¿lo sabías?
–Vale.
María sonrió.
—  Tal como somos (Nicholas Sparks)