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Since losing his sister and best friend, Laura, two years ago to an act of senseless violence, Derek's whole life has fallen apart. Now, on the anniversary of Laura's death, he can't take the grief and loneliness any longer. Instead though as he stares at the bottle of pills, he picks up the phone and calls for help.
As fate would have it, Stiles is the one to answer the phone.
Fandoms: Fallout 4, Fallout (Video Games)
18 Mar 2017
A courser unit ponders over things after one of his not strictly allowed post-mission naps.
Let me and my courser son grieve.
- Part 4 of Good Good neighbors (series)
“Do you still think of him?”
They ask this question all the time. Every interview, every competition—it always comes up one way or another. The words change sometimes, articles and verbs trading places and finding new identities as they spill from the mouths of reporters, friends, and family, but the question is always, always the same beneath the crushed veneer of wordplay.
And every time, Yuuri lies. He lies through his teeth.
“No,” he says. A tight-lipped smile. “Not anymore.”
(When tensions run high at the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, Viktor and Yuuri end up breaking off their engagement, much to the shock of the rest of the world. Four years later, Yuuri is preparing Minako's nephew for the 2022 Olympics in Beijing and Viktor is doing the same for Yuri Plisetsky, and no one is really all right with the situation at all.)
- Part 3 of Repeating History
08 Aug 2018
He has been on the road for two years, and he is exhausted.
He’s almost accepted that he will never see London (John) again—almost. But then there are nights like tonight, where he is weak, and all he can think of is the warmth of the flat they once shared, the crackle of the fire in the hearth, the teasing smile playing at the corner of John’s lips, the boxes of half-eaten Chinese takeaway balanced precariously in their laps. He aches at the memory of it, at the realisation that it is something he may never experience again.