We could…we could be something, couldn’t we?” Stiles murmurs, eyes slipping shut. Derek looks at the IV line in his arm, the bandages covering his chest, his leg. His hand, pale against the hospital sheets, palm up. Derek waits until he’s sure Stiles is asleep before he responds.
It takes Stiles eight years to ask the question again. It’s okay. Derek can wait.
So. Remember how I said I was close to posting Carmen’s POV? Well. I was just looking for that post so I could add the link to that to the next part. Only I couldn’t find it.
Found it. It was still in my drafts, and has been resting there for about three weeks now… Apparently it helps if you change from “save as draft” to “post now” when you’re done adding and fixing everything…
I am so, so sorry. I…don’t even know. Cannot with myself at the moment.
Still. Expect both parts up within 12 hours, as I’m double-checking a few things one last time. (Can you guys guess that I am not happy with/sure about Carmen’s POV?)
This has been a PSA brought to you by your neighbourhood chocoholic, while slamming her head into the desk repeatedly.
When “normal” people begin hating everything and everyone related to something, they walk away. Seriously. They do their best to find a way to distance themselves from it - hand it over to someone else, end it, find a new project… Anything.
Just not hold on like their lives depend on it.
Ryan Murphy? Scorches the earth. Ruins everything he’s built. Punishes every single person who has ever cared for his creation, and spits in their faces.
And then he expects to be applauded.
I don’t understand. Maybe I don’t want to understand.
Note: When talking about walking away, I am, of course, not suggesting anyone give up a job they hate but need without having another option.
I think cishet people get angry when they are labeled as cishet because they aren’t used to having to be labeled. They are shocked and upset that an increasing amount of people no longer refer to cishet people as “normal,” because those people have realized that no sexual orientation or gender identity is the supreme normal way to be.