shut up abby no one cares

anonymous asked:

Pls write some kabby + protective kane fic

Missing moment shortly after s2 finale. Also featuring snow because why not. PG-ish and also on AO3.

For an entire week, he doesn’t leave her side. And surprisingly, nobody else so much as bats an eyelash about it.

The first day, Marcus justifies. Abby’s in a lot of pain and they can’t exactly spare anyone competent to make sure she has water and other comforts when she needs them, and in the chaotic aftermath of the Mountain, his voice as leader isn’t being heard particularly loudly anyways. It makes sense, he tells himself, to be useful where there is a need.

After that, things get complicated.

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Abby’s POV on Bellamy through several medical exams.

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The first time Bellamy Blake came to see her, he was ten and angry and bleeding. He’d gotten into a fight with three fourteen year olds, and while he’d done impressive damage to them for a scrawny preteen, he still got the worse of it.

“This will require stitches,” she tells him as she daintily dabs the cut above his lip with antiseptic. One of his eyes is swollen shut, his nose is broken and he has a hairline fracture on his left cheekbone.

He remains sullenly silent under her care, refusing painkillers when she offers them. Everyone’s heard what the reason for the fight was and despite the gross recklessness he showed, Abby can’t help but respect him for standing up for his mother even with the odds significantly against him.

His eyes brim with tears he won’t let flow as she sets the stitches, eight in total and close together, but he doesn’t cry or whine. The look on his face makes it clear to her that he won’t accept any sympathy so she doesn’t offer any.

But she does pull up his records later that day. All the boys passed through the infirmary and as the on-call doctor, she’s supposed to write a report for the Justice Administration office to decide if measures need to be taken. Violent behavior is not tolerated on the Ark.

Bellamy Blake is a dedicated student. His teachers describe him fondly. Math and science are not his strongest suits, but his grades are still well above average. He excels at History and Poli-Sci and he shows leading capabilities far beyond anyone else on his class. His record is flagged by the Guard, meaning they have an interest in him as a potential recruit.

The boys he fought, on the other hand, are unremarkable students with no prospects to be recruited and have a history of progressively escalating violent behavior.

Abby writes her report, makes a recommendation for the three boys to be brought on charges, leaves an exemplary review on Bellamy’s file and promptly puts the whole ordeal out of her mind.

Years later, that review comes back to demand her attention. She has a seat on the Council now and they’re discussing prospective candidates to be admitted into the Guard flanks.

“You know him personally?” Marcus asks her as she peruses the file and re-reads her review.

“Not really but he made an impression,” she says without lifting her eyes from the tablet. He has the necessary grades and letters of recommendation from two separate Guard officials.

“It’s come to my attention that the recommendations that allowed him to be considered for the position were obtained somewhat irregularly,” Marcus hesitates. He doesn’t really need to speak more plainly for them to understand him meaning. Abby vividly remembers the rumors that surrounded Aurora Blake in the past and that continue to follow her. “Your review is the only objective assessment of him we have. Do you stand by it?”

“I met him briefly when he was a boy, I can’t speak for the adult he has become. Let me perform his medical examination and I’ll give you my answer.”

He’s stoic and overwhelmingly polite. His records indicate he is a model citizen and hasn’t gotten into any altercations after the incident years ago. She didn’t expect anything different honestly, or he wouldn’t still be considered a viable candidate for the Guard, but as her own daughter is currently going through a rebellious phase and getting into more trouble than Abby wished, it’s nice to know kids grow out of it.

He’s in perfect health, though a little underweight so Abby increases his mandated rations and prescribes him a vitamin supplement. He cracks a smile when she points to the scar splitting his upper lip and apologizes for not doing a better job with those stitches. 

it’s dark and it’s late (I’ll hold you and wait)

4 times Bellamy was just Abby’s patient + 1 time he was family // Read on AO3

Written for @bellamyblake who asked for Abby totally mom-ing Bellamy after 3x02.

Beta’d by @writingaloveaffair to whom I own my life to, basically.

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The first time Bellamy Blake came to see her, he was ten and angry and bleeding. He’d gotten into a fight with three fourteen year olds, and while he’d done impressive damage to them for a scrawny preteen, he still got the worse of it.

“This will require stitches,” she told him as she daintily dabbed the cut above his lip with antiseptic. One of his eyes was swollen shut, his nose was broken and he had a hairline fracture on his left cheekbone.

He remained sullenly silent under her care, refusing painkillers when she offered them. Everyone had  heard what the reason for the fight was and despite the gross recklessness he’d shown, Abby couldn’t help but respect him for standing up for his mother even with the odds significantly against him.

His eyes brimmed with tears he wouldn’t let flow as she set the stitches, eight in total and close together, but he didn’t cry or whine. The stubbornly proud look on his face made it clear to her that he wouldn’t accept any sympathy so Abby didn’t offer any.

But she did pull up his records later that day. All the boys passed through the infirmary and as the on-call doctor, it was part of her job to write a report for the Justice Administration office to decide if disciplinary measures needed to be taken. Violent behavior was never tolerated on the Ark.

Bellamy Blake was a dedicated student. His teachers’ evaluations described him fondly. Math and science were not his strongest suits, but his grades were still well above average. He excelled at History and English and he displayed outstanding leadership qualities far beyond anyone else on his class. His record was flagged by the Guard, meaning they had an interest in him as a potential recruit.

The boys he fought, on the other hand, were unremarkable students with no prospects to be recruited and a history of progressively escalating violent behavior.

Abby wrote her report, made a recommendation for the three boys to be brought on charges, left an exemplary review on Bellamy’s file and promptly put the whole ordeal out of her mind.

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Years later, that review came back to demand her attention. She had a seat on the Council then and they were discussing prospective candidates to be admitted into the Guard flanks.

“You know him personally?” Marcus asked her as she perused the file and re-read her review.

“Not really but he made an impression,” she said without lifting her eyes from the tablet. Bellamy Blake had the necessary grades and letters of recommendation from two separate Guard officials. His admittance would’ve been in the bag, if his home situation were different.

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a common trope I’ve found is that people try to have a “friends with benefits” type relationship but it never works because they develop romantic feelings for each other
but just imagine
for one second
if both partners were aromantic
I think it would work just fine

anonymous asked:

If Ichabod and Abbie ever kissed on the show, who do you think would initiate the kiss?

You know, I always thought it would be Crane, something soft and sweet after he painstakingly tears down Abbie’s walls one by one until she realizes that she is a precious puppy worthy of love and care and devotion and adoration.

But part of me wants to see Abbie grab Crane by the lapels, haul him bodily downward and kiss him to get him to shut up.