Today is my six-month anniversary with the gf.
Watching all of Anthony Mackie’s movies is a much more pleasant task than watching all of Sebastian Stan’s.
Anonymous said: Imagine Bucky wanting to be a writer before the war and when Steve tells Sam this Sam gives him a notebook to write in. The notebook becomes a great form of therapy for bucky
so often, it’s hard for him to say things out loud, so he writes them down instead. occasionally he will show specific entries in his journal to steve or sam to help them understand, but most of it he keeps to himself.
at first, he writes observations of the world around him. the kinds of things he would notice as an operative - maybe an interesting or suspicious person he saw out the window, or describing the building across from steve’s, or mapping emergency exits. he tries to be as descriptive as possible.
eventually, the entries get more personal, shifting from clinical descriptions to descriptions of the world through his eyes. he writes about things he likes and things he doesn’t like, or things he’d like to try, or what he thought about something that happened that day. sometimes the entries are very emotional and hard to write, and sometimes he writes about the joke sam told while they were making dinner.
he writes a few poems - just simple freeform ones - and he doesn’t show those to anyone.
the day he starts jotting down notes for a short story, planning a plot and dreaming up characters, he’s so proud of himself he can barely contain it.
I think it’s common knowledge by now that Sam Wilson is a gift, but sometimes I’m just taken aback by how much of a gift he is whilst doing something unrelated.