That would be awesome. All Steve wants is Peggy. I like the part where he tells Howard to be nicer to his son even though he doesn't have one yet, maybe Tony would've turned out better if his father was nicer to him. I wonder if he still misses Peggy and wishes he could see her again.
Really, Captain America's story is really tragic, he's frozen for 60/70 years and finds himself in a world he doesn't belong. He's probably confused, scared and feels completely alone, he looses the girl he likes and his closest friend and stuck with a team who doesn't understand him or what he's been through.
Man, I was overwhelmed with the amount of culture shock in every scene where he was getting used to new (to him) technology. Actually, one time my friend (who cosplays Captain) and I (Loki) were talking in character, and she made a comment about the odds of "having two fathers, and neither of them love me", so I shot back with how everyone she loves is dead. We then proceeded to hug eachother and cry while our Thor consoled us. This was all in the dressing room of our community theater shortly before a show.
Oh my god. The cuteness of this actually shut off my brain for a second midway through, and I had to pause, scroll up, and reread it just to make sure it was sinking into my brain right. ;____; Thank you for this! ;n;