You walked into work Monday morning, exchanging smiles with Gibbs. Tony strolled up to you, sitting at your feet. You had to admit, you loved the big guy. Tony may be a little hard to deal with sometimes, especially around other dogs, but he grew on you. He was a good boy, most of the time.
“Ya know [Y/N], D-Man’s birthday is next week,” Gibbs mumbled as he usually did. “What are you going to get him?”
“I have no idea,” you replied, kneeling down to Tony’s level. “I was hoping you could help me with that. I mean it’s not like he needs another spice rack.”
Gibbs chuckled lowly, leaning his arms on the wooden counter. “You’re not getting him a clown are ya,” Gibbs joked, glancing over at you.
I loved Mags - but unfortunately she wasn’t in this one. I’ll be honest, I don’t know where this one was going at all. It just sort of… happened. And it ended up really fluffy. Meh, you guys will let me know what you think! This second part was requested by @the-satanic-nebula. Enjoy, my darlings!
Have you plan a sequel for A soldier, a ghost? It was a really good one, loved the OC Mags too. She sounds like a fun girl :)
When Bucky Barnes wasn’t messing up his words, he could be a
real sweetheart. Smooth, charming, and funny. The whole package.
After dinner, you’d been left completely frazzled by the
information he had relayed to you. Sensing your bewilderment, he’d kept his arm
linked with yours as he walked you home.
He asked to see you again as he leaned against your
doorframe. Completely calm. Cool. Collected. It seemed to be Bucky Barnes in a
nutshell, though no history textbook would tell you that. You handed him your
phone and told him to put his number in though immediately after doing so, it
struck you that he might not have a mobile phone. However, your fears were
extinguished when he handed the phone back to you with a contact saved under “Hot
Guy”. You rolled your eyes, smiled, and shut your door.