Not sure what to make of this one. Please let me know what you think or send any questions/comments my way. I’m still figuring this writing thing out.
Catherine Avery walked into Sloan Grey’s ER at just the right time. Or the wrong time. Depending on who you ask.
Her eyes settled on her son…
- Why I like them
- Why I don’t
- Favorite episode (scene if movie)
- Favorite line
- Favorite outfit
- Head Canon
- Unpopular opinion
- An oh-god-please-dont-ever-happen
- My nickname for them
Reblog if you are Team Japril
If you love Jackson&April (Grey’s Anatomy) and you want reblog or like,this is the link of my reblog couples :)
JAPRIL - “I WANT THE WHOLE DAMN THING”
✓ Now available for purchase as an iPhone case.
Imagine one of your OTP slow dancing and finally realizing that they’re in love. One rejects their first kiss from the other because the song they’re listening to is awful and they want something better to be their song.
Bonus if they actually leave the wedding or wherever to find the right music. Or if they just give up and kiss in the rain instead.
Imagine that person A of your OTP is on crutches due to an leg injury, and is still finding it hard to keep their balance. They slip on a wet spot, and are about to fall and hurt themselves further when person B catches them like a hero.
Imagine Person A nuzzling noses with Person B as a way to wake them up.
Imagine Person A is pregnant and playing with Person B’s hair as Person B kisses their tummy.
Imagine your OTP fucking in public and having to keep their voices down to avoid getting caught. Bonus: Person A has to cover Person B’s mouth with their hand. Or their lips.
Imagine your OTP not yet dating and A still hasn’t found the guts to ask B out. However, when A hears the phrase ‘silence means yes’, they take it out of context. The next day, A musters up the courage to ask B out and goes to their room/dorm/apartment/house/wherever they happen to live in, and there is B, listening to their music so they can’t hear A. A asks B out, but B is too absorbed to hear and thus, silence. What happens next is up to you.