Quarantine, Chap. 4~~Quarantine, Chap. 44 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Nick had never felt this way in his life. He was standing on the balcony of his new home in a fresh suit with a lit cigarette in hand, and he felt pretty damn good. In fact, it had been a while since he'd felt this good. It seemed like after all the hell he'd been through, the storm had finally passed and the clean up was well underway. Lady Luck had kissed him and he was bathing in the affection.
Two weeks after Nick and Ellis had made it into Southern America the Infection spread down into Mexico and over the western half of the United States. Using the Panama Canal as a barrier, the southern continent had immediately shut off any connections they had to their northern neighbor. They prohibited any boats and planes from entering or leaving. They would not allow any cars to drive in over the canal. It seemed as though the two Survivors had made it just in time.
And gotten the last drop of
Star Trek EnlightenmentStar Trek Enlightenment8 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
This was it; her last day living on the ship that had nurtured and supported her while she had been growing up. After serving on an 8-year deep space mission her mother and she would finally be reunited with their father living on Bajor. Brielle's mother hadn't meant to keep her away from her father for so long but their mission mapping sections of the Gamma quadrant took longer then anyone had expected. Still, this was the day, the day that she had always dreamed of ever since she realized what dreaming was.
She hopped out of bed dragging out her routine as slowly as possible; using the fine comb to straighten her hair and brushing each tooth at a time. To Brielle's dismay they were still having class today but she was counting on her mother to let her skip. She did feel a fever coming on.
After dressing she grabbed her school pads and placed them in her bag. There was a picture of her mother and fath
APH: I love you, big brotherHazique felt old.APH: I love you, big brother4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Screw that, he was old. How long has it been? He had lost count.
"Why couldn't Arthur come?"
Hazique sat down on the edge of her bed and looked down at the bright face that lay on the pillow.
"He's been busy." He replied. "We aren't his only colonies, you know."
Rachel puffed her cheeks out and pouted, hugging the lion doll closer to her. "I wish we were."
"Go to sleep." Hazique only said, ruffling her hair - which still had a bit of baby-softness in them.
"I shall not." Rachel said, wriggling under the duvet, making use of the new kinds of terms she had learned from Arthur.
Hazique stifled a sigh - she had been hyper and energetic since the day Arthur colonized her. She was still, of course, sweet and innocent, and bright and adorable, but she's no longer that shy and awkward little girl. Then again, Hazique did not want to speak too soon - who knows what other change will overcome Rachel in several years time?
"I want a story," Rachel said decisively. "Art
Trigun: Seeds of HopeTrigun: Seeds of Hope1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Things Vash may have pondered, at least part of the time, as he wandered alone.
Seeds of Hope
An endless pain, an aching loss
I tried, but cannot pay the cost
No water, soon I'll die of thirst
Though this seems bad, 'tis not the worst
Dear Rem, forgive me, I have tried
But could not bear this pain inside
I stumble, soon will come the end
I have no strength, this world to mend
What's this? Somehow, I wake again
I have been found by gentle men
When I awake, their smiles grow wide
They tend my wounds, an arm provide
People glad to see me wake
I tell them all, they don't forsake
Can it be I've found a home?
That I need not be all alone?
I cannot stay here, this they know
And still to me their kindness show
They give me clothes to walk the lands
Armor held on with leather bands
A coat to guard against the cold
Determination red, so bold!
Of course, it fits me perfectly
I wish, dear Rem, this you could see
O God, You brought these friends to me
They have become my family
Brittana: 7 years later -2-Brittana: 7 years later -2-3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Santana blushed as she felt Britt's soft lips on her cheek. She briefly let her tools fall and kissed her girlfriend deeply.
"I missed you so much!" she said as she hugged the blonde. "And of course do I have to make you dinner." she said with a smile she continued making dinner.
"How was your day? By the way, you look amazing." And at that, Brittany got another kiss.
The blonde just glowed as she was kissed several times.. and she kissed her girlfriend in return deeply. "And you look amazing too, San!.. Damn.." Brittany said as she admired her girlfriend from a short distance away.
"Well.. you know, working with kids has its perks.. and.. it's.. well.. funny accidents." Brittany said as she rolled her pants leg up, revealing a band aid on her knee.
"Kids are amazing, don't get me wrong, but.. handling 12 at a time is never a picnic" she said as she laughed gently.
Brittany came up from behind Santana and leaned her head on her shoulder as she wrapped her arms around her waist. "And..
100 Themes- 81. Pen And Paper100 Themes- 81. Pen And Paper4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Dean couldn't remember the last time he caught a trail or lead of any sort on the demon he'd been after since he'd walked away from his father.
The nights he'd spent hunting through texts similar to the one he had sold to the cult, but more about the history and habits of demons rather than the art of summoning them. Something this big was full of possibilities and just begged to be checked out.
Here in Port Mylar, there was a rich man named Constantine, a man that the inhabitants of the city said practically owned the town. There was no official paperwork; the man had no documents stating he actually existed let alone the fact that he was a millionaire. People were afraid just to talk about him.
Afraid to go near his mansion, townsfolk's not so crazy stories of people walking in and never coming back out.
At first he thought it to be a simple haunted house, a ghost offing people because that was simply its nature.
And then Dean had gotten the invitation.
The last time Dean was in Port
You Must be a Weasley - Chapter 1You Must be a Weasley - Chapter 12 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Rose! Hurry up now. You're going to be late! The train leaves at eleven o'clock on the button!"
Hermione Weasley was prattling on to her only daughter, Rose. The Weasley family was at Kings Cross Station in London, on the first of September, and it was quarter to eleven.
It was Rose's younger brother, Hugo's first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and Hermione was terribly worried about him. He wasn't anything like Rose, he was small and shy. Whereas her daughter liked to leap into things with both feet first.
Every year this same ritual would start. The children would receive their letters from Professor Longbottom. Headmaster of Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, It was hard to believe that Hermione's old school friend, Neville, was headmaster. As at school he was always somewhat clumsy and useless.
After the long weeks of the summer holidays passed, it was just about time to go "Hogwarts Shopping". As Hermione's sister in-law, Ginny Potter, ca