— PART 2 —
today was literally the best:)- g
Thor landed with a thud, making everyone’s heads from inside whip towards the window. A man with black hair and a goatee, Tony Stark, stood up and made his way outside to where you were. “Thor, nice to have you back.” He greeted your brother as he gave him a strong handshake. “Stark, this is my little sister Y/N! She’s wanted to meet you all for a long time.” You took a small step forward and gave the man a wave and smile. He gave you a welcoming smile back, “Nice to meet you Y/N, Thor’s told us a lot about you.” You glanced at Thor for a second before focusing back on the inside of the tower, everyone was still looking outside. “Oh yeah, why don’t we go inside?” Tony motioned his arm to the sliding glass door. He led the way inside with you and Thor right behind. Everyone’s attention was already on you so you introduced yourself. “Hey, I’m Y/N, Thor’s little sister.” Some eyes flickered back and forth between you and Thor. “Hi Y/N I’m Peter!” A teenage boy spoke up first. You smiled and took a step forward, “Aren’t you Spiderman?” It looked like he was taken by surprise, but answered anyway, “Yeah, I am.” He flashed a little smile after, making you feel more welcome. You examined the room, “Is that spot taken?” You pointed at an open spot on one of the couches next to Peter. He did a double take before saying anything, “Here..oh, yeah you can sit here!” He scooted over a little and you made your way across the room and plopped down next to Peter. A muscular man with blonde hair, Steve Rogers, started a conversation that would last for hours on end with one simple question, “So Y/N, what do you think about Earth so far?”
Only one day after meeting the Avengers, you connected with them each and felt so comfortable around them. You could talk to any one of them with ease, it felt as if you’ve known them your whole life.
It was the next day, and you decided to head out by yourself to explore New York. You didn’t know where you were going to go, but you ultimately ended up at a park not to far away from the tower. You took a seat on the end of a bench, another man sitting on the other side.