Smile Because It Happened- ProPrologueSmile Because It Happened- Pro7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It was over. It was finally, finally over.
Ozai had been defeated. Azula had gone insane. The Earth King had been restored to his throne and his city. Their friends and family from the eclipse invasion had been released from prison. A new Fire Lord had been crowned. Peace hovered on the horizon for all the people in every nation.
The Avatar had saved the world.
Aang walked outside the Jasmine Dragon, leaving his friends inside to discuss- or rather, complain about- Sokkas less-than-accurate portraying of their little group, and gazed up at the benevolent sunset.
He was content. He had done what he had been born to do- and now, he could look to the future with a hopeful heart.
A soft noise behind him alerted him of someones presence. He turned and saw Katara, as lovely in green as she was in blue, or red (or any color, in his opinion) emerging from the tea house with a shy
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Aang turned to his eldest child and blinked, somewhat distracted. Oh, Jin. Sorry- I was just worried about your mother.
Jin folded his arms over his chest and regarded the monk with a look of childish irritation. Thats why I asked. She wasnt this long with Lei or Feng.
The Airbender sighed and put a hand on the 8-year-olds shoulder. Shes in there with your Aunt Suki and the best midwives from the North Pole. Shell be fine. He grinned at his son, but his usual cheerful demeanor marred somewhat by the worry in his grey eyes. Where are your brother and sister anyway? he asked, changing the subject.
Jin shrugged. Last I saw they were playing with Uncle Sokka and our cousins. Something about a boomerang and playing Keep Away from Uncle.&