4 Works by HodnesLaikKwelnes
"Lena knows it’s not going to be an easy conversation. For her mostly, because she’s been doubting her decision to finally talk about it since she came to terms with it a couple weeks ago.
But she knows she has to. She’s been putting it off and she’s feeling guilty. Because Kara deserves the truth. She should know what she’s getting into – if that’s still what she wants.
And Lena’s scared that it won’t be, but she can’t blame her. It’d break her heart if Kara didn’t want to be with her, but she’d get it.
(And maybe that’s the saddest part)."
"Lena was having one of those days where you sort of wished you got hit by a car before you reach your destination.
She’d woken up late because she’d forgotten to set her alarm the night before, had spilled her freshly bought coffee all over her white blouse on the way to work, and had dropped her phone in a puddle, breaking the screen and rendering the device useless.
So no, a car hitting her right now didn’t seem like the worst thing in the world."
Lena will never wish for a car to take her out of her misery ever again; for everybody's sake.
“Kara Danvers?” Someone asked from the blonde’s left, approaching them with a tentative smile and a huge bouquet of flowers.
“That’s me.” Kara replied softly, handing Alex her phone back as she approached the young man.
“Congratulations.” He said simply, handing over the bouquet of yellow carnations before walking away.
There was no card, but Kara knew instantly who they were from.
Kara receives her Pulitzer, Lena isn't in attendance.
Alex's hair is shorter and she looks more in shape than you've ever seen her before.
J'onn, you notice now, has none of his usual grey hair. Though you know it's all just a façade to blend in with the humans, it still freaks you out to see him look so different.
How did you not realize sooner?
You slowly back up from your mom until your back hits a wall and all you can get out is a breathless "What year is it?"
A 10 year old Lori Luthor-Danvers travels to the past and it's all a bit of a mess.