anonymous asked:

If you’re interested, could you write a josh/donna soulmate au?

Well, this got out of hand fast. Thanks for this prompt, anon! I’d never written a soulmate fic before and these two are perfect for it. This is the first half, spanning through “Holy Night.”

In a world where everyone feels their soulmate’s pain, Donna is fated to be linked to her boss–who refuses to believe in soulmates at all.

Josh x Donna, 5000 words, The West Wing. Also on AO3.

Donna sat on the floor, surrounded by Josh’s briefing memos, a hand flat against her heart. The thud of it beating, sluggish from shock, was all she had to ground her. 

Josh wasn’t dead. He couldn’t be dead. 

She would feel that too…wouldn’t she?

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all the characters on the west wing are great but let’s be real the women blow all the men out of the water. cj cregg, press secretary of my soul, chief of my heart, badass feminist extraordinaire. donna moss my sun and moon, who grows into herself in the most heartbreaking way and turns into someone so strong and so sure of herself while still being caring sweet and kind. ainsley hayes had my heart the minute she slammed sam pretty-boy seaborn. abbey bartlet who holds her own all the mf time and refuses to be overshadowed by her husband. annabeth schott who is 4 feet 11 inches of star power and sass. u can have your Leo mcgarry and Sam seaborn and I’ll keep my ladies thank u and goodnight

do you ever think about how  jed bartlet went “you know what because of Politics i can’t legally adopt you but to make it unofficially official here’s a family heirloom that i confirm is passed along from father to son for generations, and is already probably worth hundreds of thousands of dollars and now possibly millions since now i’m also the president and it was made for my family by paul revere. And sure I have 3 daughters but I already have a grandson and a son in law but ur my son now u get the carving knife here you go i love you happy thanksgiving give your sister CJ and your brothers Sam, Toby, and Josh a hug before you leave”


10 actors: Bradley Whitford

It’s so much fun, as we can see everyday, to shame and humiliate people who you disagree with politically, but it does not get anything done.