Tavros and the BeanstalkOnce upon a time, long ago, there was a place called Happy Valley; everyone who lived there was happy. It was one of nature's garden spots nestled among the rolling hills with a lovely brook flowing among them. Winding country roads lined with lush trees and prosperous fields and farms of the village spread across the landscape. And high on a hill overlooking the valley, a majestic castle, with something very precious inside; a magic singing harp with hair of gold and eyes of violet. "My, what a happy day~" she sang, "What a sunny sky, kind of makes you sigh in a happy way~"Tavros and the Beanstalk by Angel-Kazekage
Her melodious voice spread far across the valley. Soon, the animals were singing along with her, from the cattle grazing in the meadows, to the crows circling the fields of corn.
Yes, the voice of the harp brought peace and happiness to the valley, but it was too good to last. (Ah, the catch; there's always a catch.) One day a mysterious shadow covered the valley, and something terrible happene
Australia x ReaderAustralia x Reader by Angel-Kazekage
"Hold still now little one," You said softly as you fed the jumpy little animal in your arms. You worked with Wildlife Rescue at a reserve in the Australian outback. It was a safe haven for animals who had been victims of poaching, the illegal hunting of wild animals. At the moment you were dealing with a squirmy little baby kangaroo who had lost its mother in a recent incident. "Alright now, almost done." Once the young creature had finished, you released him and let him hop around the fenced-in area. Its hyper-activeness made you giggle.
Pulling up the lodge in a Jeep was one of your co-workers, Jack. "Oy! _______!" he called out to you. "Could you give me a hand over here?"
"Sure thing!" you shouted back, "Be right out!" You went around to the front and over to him. He led you to the back of the Jeep where there was a full-grown male kangaroo with an injured leg. "What happened?" you asked heaving the animal inside to where it could be treated.
"There we two men," Jack explained, "o
China x Reader- Life SupportChina x Reader- Life Support by Angel-Kazekage
There are a million people in the U.S. alone suffering from HIV/AIDS; you’re one of them. It all started when your parents divorced just as you were entering high school. Your father was given full custody of you due to your mother’s drug addictions. I guess bad habits run in the family. You dropped out of school at sixteen and got into your own ‘vices’.
Once you were old enough, you moved out and found an apartment compound at a cheap price in downtown Los Angeles. It was thanks to your run of the mill waitress that you were able to afford it. Alongside your job, you continued your drug usage, even more so that it was now even easier to come by with all the different dealers and the fact you didn’t have to hide it from your dad anymore.
Discovering you had AIDS was devastating. You were scared; what was going to happen to you? Your drug usage went down but didn’t stop even though you now had to use a fraction of your paycheck for refills of your AZT
Canada x Reader- Honey, It's TimeCanada x Reader- Honey, It's Time by Angel-Kazekage
It was a beautiful morning in Vancouver. Your husband Matthew was off to work for the day. "Have a good day," you said sweetly kissing him.
"Same to the two of you," he replied softly caressing the round lump on your stomach. You were both expecting your first child in a little more than a week. He gave you one last kiss before heading out to his car. You walked back inside the house and into the kitchen where a big stack of freshly made pancakes was waiting for you.
"Okay honey," you spoke to your baby, "this stack's a bit bigger than last time. Think you can handle it?" You felt a soft kick at your side. "that's what I like to hear…or feel…?" You wasted no time stuffing your face with maple goodness.
After finishing off your breakfast, you planted yourself on the couch with a glass of milk in your hand. For the past few months you had been watching preschool programming, making you feel like a real parent. You hoped your offspring would enjoy these shows as muc