It was a bitter, cold morning. The woods were covered with snow. Not a single plant could be seen. A blizzard had just set in & every creature had retreated into their home, except for one.
A figure could be seen walking in the distance. It was covered from head to toe in thick cloth for warmth. The human was having a difficult time getting through the thick snow; falling every now & then because of hidden tree roots.
Tyson thought to himself, I couldve retired from war several months ago But no! I had to keep fighting! he tripped. Ugh! Stupid snow! Id rather be rotting in a dragons belly than this crap! he got back up & looked around him to see that the snowfall had begun to increase. I need to find cover. This blizzards getting worse. After scanning the area around him, he discovered a sma
He explained that he’d seen plenty of kids much younger than himself roam the streets without anyone. He saw a whole preschool worth of Avengers last year.
His mother simply said that when they all ended up on Missing Persons reports and Ultron destroys humanity as a result, their parents would feel very silly.
“I feel so stupid!” he grumbled, pulling down his Darth Vader mask. His mother walked by, placing a large candy dish on the table. “Mom, you can’t send me out trick or treating with grandma again! I will be teased about this until the day I die! And that’s from the people I like!”
“You just assu
For some years, she had worked as his babysitter, and over that time he had grown to adore her. Adore everything about her, from her shoulder length red hair, to her fun loving attitude, and even her portly waist line. In fact, especially her waistline.
Christine, or Christy to her friends, was not a skinny girl, and the way she ate it was hardly any mystery why. Mac just loved her all the more for it, though he was far too shy to actually tell her so. Thankfully, the two had always gotten on well, unrequited love aside, and the end of him needing a babysitter wasn’t the end of them hanging out together.