Stevie and Twyla orbit each other for years, too afraid and battle-scarred to open themselves up to love. Until they finally do.
Bookmarked by heartelectric
13 Feb 2021
After the grant money he promised to get was delayed by an emergency bridge repair project, Patrick's done his best to help David with the store while still working at Ray’s, not giving him enough time to ascertain where David’s head might be, in terms of his feelings or interest or whatever in anything beyond the friendship they’ve built these many months. Sure, they banter, which Patrick hopes David is seeing as flirting, but David’s so quick witted with everyone that Patrick isn’t sure that what they have is special. It’s special to him, special in ways he’s still coming to grips with, but is it special to David?
Fandoms: Schitt's Creek
12 Dec 2020
He’s a little softer, now, the past few years and a cozy sweater doing the work of rounding out some of his sharp edges. His stubble is a little darker; his laugh lines are a little deeper. But Patrick would know that face anywhere. It’s a face he’s pictured at least once a day, every day, for the last three years.
David and Patrick meet one Christmas Eve in Toronto, and run into each other again three years later.
Lawnmower guy is taking a break and stretching his arms out, reaching one hand behind his head, showing off his pecs and revealing just a little bit of toned stomach where his shirt rides up. Yum. She glances over at her brother. Just because David doesn’t want to have any fun, doesn’t mean she can’t.
Inspired by the music video for the timeless classic, Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen.
Twenty-two years into their marriage, David is diagnosed with early-onset dementia. He and Patrick attempt to navigate what that means for their lives.