At first, his dream was nothing, just darkness. Then suddenly it all swirled, and colors began emerging. Eventually, they stopped, and a picture emerged.
Greg was fervently kissing Lisa, and she was eagerly returning his entusiasm. They fell onto the bed, and, alas, the dream swirled again.
Now they were in a delivery room, and Lisa was squeezing House's hand, tears streaming down her face. The doctor was telling her to push - not much longer to go. Greg winced painfully as Lisa hit a especially strong contraction and squeezed his hand harder than ever. "Come on, Lisa, wewe can do this. We can...
Lying on a blanket in the park, Olivia watched life go kwa – families playing, birds flying, and lovers laughing. She heard a voice behind her and smiled, having recognized it immediately. He dropped down onto the blanket beside her, and she rolled over to face him.
El’s smile was so breathtaking, I nearly forgot how to breathe. Scooting closer, I laid my head down on his chest and snuggled up inayofuata to him.
Yeah, I know, a little bit of PDA, but who cares?
Our moment was interrupted kwa two children around the age of 5 jumping on juu of us. We both laughed, and El began tickling...
He had alisema that he'd be there - heck, he alisema that he'd be her father's child. And yet, here she was, sitting on her couch, alone. They had been dating for a few months, and everything had been going sommothly...But...He hadn't called in over a week, and he had been extremely distant at work lately. It was as if he was pulling away from her, and didn't want anything to do with her. Still, however, she waited. He had sent her a text about an saa ago, saying that he was coming over...though she hoped, she didn't really believe that he would show.
“Go find Cuddy and kiss her ass.” That’s what Wilson had told him. That was why he was standing at her office door right now. And that was why he was doing something he hadn’t done since his first siku working there. He knocked.
“Come in.” She was working diligently on paperwork. When she heard the thump of his cane, she was sure that she had to be mistaken. She looked up slowly. “House? Are wewe okay?”
He set several files on her desk. “My paperwork”
She flipped through the papers in complete disbelief. “You actually did paperwork? And not...
Rating: T (to be safe) Summary: Continuation of “Paternity”
House didn’t know how long he’d been standing on that lacrosse field. But the sun had gone down hours zamani and the sky was now pitch black and his breath was visible. He shook his head and downed two Vicodin before finally heading back to his car. He’d be lying if he alisema that his missed his old life. Looking back, college was the best time of his life. Lacrosse, running, tons of girls falling over themselves to get to him, Cuddy…he smiled faintly at those memories. She’d pursued him, but not in that way. She was intrigued...