|Ame's Insanity (amejisuto) wrote in ames_weirdness,|
@ 2010-06-20 19:40:00
|Entry tags:||marvel comics, matt murdock/peter parker|
Meeting May -- Matt Murdock/Peter Parker Rated G
Title: Meeting May
Fandom: Marvel Comics
Summary: Matt meets Aunt May.
Pairing: Matt Murdock/Peter Parker aka Daredevil/Spider-man
Written for Slashthedrabble back in 2005
Disclaimer: Not mine, never will be. No harm, no foul, no money made.
Warnings: None really.
Word Count: 400
Beta'd by kitty_poker1
Matt took a deep breath, trying to capture all the different scents in the small Manhattan apartment. He could hear Peter in the kitchen with his Aunt and could feel the tension vibrating off of his lover even from the other room.
Wandering around the living area Matt let his fingertips wander over the different surfaces. Lace doilies, brick-a-brack and pictures were on just about every surface. He laughed to himself. Peter came by his hoarding naturally it seemed, only his lover left books, photo equipment and scientific journals all over the place.
Peter had finally broken down and told his aunt about his new relationship. Matt understood his initial reluctance had to admit to being amazed. For a woman of an, ahem, older generation she took the news quite well. Peter told him that she’d been silent for a few moments and then commented that at least he was dating a lawyer.
That also prompted the invitation to dinner one night so Aunt May could “meet your young man”. It had been planned for a week and Matt privately thought Peter was going to shake himself apart.
To tell the truth he was nervous as well, but Peter’s nerves had distracted him; he enjoyed watching his confident lover become all nervous and bashful. It was cute.
He set down what he thought was a Hummel figurine when he heard Mrs. Parker’s voice. “Dinner’s ready dear, go call your beau to the table.”
A few minutes later Matt was enjoying the most wonderful thing he had ever eaten. The balance of spices didn’t overwhelm him for once; so many times he ordered his food without salt and pepper because it overwhelmed him
“Mrs. Parker I can’t tell you enough how good this is, I’ve never had anything like it!”
“That’s sweet of you to say Matthew but I’m sure your Mother’s pot roast was just as good.”
Peter’s heart rate went up and Matt could tell he was nervous about telling his Aunt about Matt’s past. “Matt didn’t have a mother Aunt May, he just had his Dad while he was growing up until he died.”
“You poor dear, you must be starved for good home cooking. You’ll both be coming over once a week, we need to feed you up.”
“Mrs. Parker I don’t…”
“Nonsense. That’s final. And you’ll be calling me Aunt May, after all we are family.”