You always take for granted what you have until it’s gone.The doctors told me that in three months, I would completely lose the use of my legs. It hit me in that moment all the things I had taken for granted. All the things I would never be able to do. I would never be able to swim in the ocean with the team,or race Thor to the kitchen to get the last poptart. Tears started trickling down my cheeks and dripped onto the flimsy paper gown.
I would never be able to dance around with Tony on our floor at 3 am to AC/DC, until we both became flushed and so out of breath we would curl up on the couch and fall asleep. My head fell forward and I gripped the table underneath me as a sob wracked my body. I stood on shaky legs and pulled my clothes on. I had just finished zipping up my boot when Tony strode in.
“So babe, how did everything g-(Y/N)?” I swiped at the tears still making tracks down my cheeks an