#you know it’s entirely possible that she would still be alive just very very old #i have a headcanon that at some point steve gets fury to look her up and finds out she’s in an old folks home and she’s lonely #she did get married after the war and had kids and grandkids but they don’t really take care of her or stay in touch with her#and in her old age she’s gone back to thinking about him and the war and the romance that never had a chance to happen #and then one day a nice young man in a suit named phil comes and talks to her #and very gently breaks it to her and explains everything and says steve would like to visit #and although she’s completely shocked she manages to say yes #so steve comes over and he brings flowers and chocolate and some old glenn miller records #and after the tears and the talking they finally have their ‘date’
Steve helps hold her up, and they finally have that Dance. it’s Steve’s first. It’s Peggy’s last.
REALLY WAS THAT NECESSARY I WANT YOU TO GO BACK AND THINK ON THAT WAS HAT LITTLE COMMENT REALLY NECESSARY ARE YOU HAPPY ARE YOU SATISFIED
#no but see #that’s the thing about telling someone your own story #you don’t see yourself as the hero #you see the people you love and admire as the heroes #Rhodey and Pepper are Tony’s heroes
Did you run your marathon like that?
It was so much easier for the training, ‘cause, really sweaty, y’know. So much easier just to wash the hair - half the time! I’m probably lighter as well.
I’m assuming one kind of turn was probably a lot easier and the other turn was, like, a huge draft.
My roommate bought a pack of 24 rolls of toilet paper yesterday, in addition to the half dozen we already had, and stored all of them in the bathroom. And just let me tell you, there’s something incredibly calming and reassuring about looking next to you while you’re on the toilet and seeing 30 rolls of toilet paper sitting there. You get a feeling like, no matter how bad shit gets in there, you’re always going to make it out okay in the end.