The Freeing Blood (Sequel to Shadow Kiss): Ch. 11
"Do you remember when we first investigated Bobby Mackey's Music World?" Nick asked his eyes locked on with mine.
I slowly nodded as the memory of watching their first episode flooded my mind. That had been when Zak got those three nasty scratch marks down along his spine because he had pushed the demonic entity too far.
"So then you must remember what happened in that episode to Zak?" Nick assumed.
"Yeah. Wasn't that the series premiere of Ghost Adventures? Where Zak got scratched really bad on his back?" I questioned hesitantly hoping I was thinking of the right episode. They had done investigations at Bobby Mackey's a few times. It was just a matter of sorting out which one he was talking about.
Nick nodded in agreement. "That's the exact one. I think that is when everything started."
I slightly squinted my eyes in curiosity. "Oh? How so?"
"Well, when Zak got scratched, do you not remember how he reported feeling dizzy and this weird sensation inside of him? Not only that
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"Zak, let's stop here for a sec," Aaron piped up pointing out the window. I looked over real quick to see what he was referring to. My eyes immediately went back to the road.
"No. HELL no," I immediately replied.
Aaron laughed. "Awh, come on, man! It'll be fun."
I narrowed my eyes at him before concentrating back on the road. My hands gripped the steering wheel. The exit for the place was coming up soon.
"I have already been to one of those places. I'm not going to another one. Not after what you guys did to me that last time."
I was referring to the time we had gone to the Clown Hotel and I,
My HeroYou cured the pain inside of meMy Hero3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
You wiped away my tears
You opened my eyes to see
That there's nothing left to fear
You sang songs directly from your heart
Bringing peace, love, and joy to all
It's what saved me from falling apart
Because you catch me before I fall
You inspire me to never give up on my dream
You tell me to keep on believing
No matter how hard it may seem
And because of this
You're the reason why I keep on breathing
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Before You Forget About Me
Chapter One: In Another Life
Hitsugaya was still young and reckless. Renji Abarai had to grab him back at the collar to restrain him. "Easy, lowlife."
Hitsugaya shot him a withering glare at the suggestion. He bit his comment about how utterly ironic that was back with effort. He tugged himself free of Renji. "Can't believe we're letting him get away."
"With that attitude of his."
Renji had felt conflicting emotions at the attitude their friend had displayed too. He didn't appreciate being abandoned, but he appreciated being shunned for caring about it even less so. "Guy's a dick, granted."
"Stupid Ichigo." Traces of defeat wove into his words. They had never seen Ichigo act like this before.
It was like he was hiding something.
Don't come with me, he'd said. And something about breathing space.
Hitsugaya's nose creased into his frown. "I'm going back."
Hitsugaya's eyes revealed he wasn't so sure. "To you know where."
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Jack Frost had not expected this to happen. Sure, he had dropped by Berk to grant its first day of winter, prepared to not be heard, seen, or even thought about. But this, THIS. Landing in the middle of the town, he was just going to stroll, put some ice on a couple of streets, draw some intricate patterns on the windows, maybe even drop a huge pile of snow on one of the bigger looking vikings. Instead, the moment he landed the entire town had stood silent.
He thought that maybe something terrible had happened in Berk while he was gone, until someone had whispered one word,
then suddenly, wildfire! The same word shot up in cries of excitement and fear. Jack’s eyes had grown big, he was even knocked backwards thanks to the crowd that had closed in on him. He had half a mind to just run away, a huge part of him wanted to, until an old woman approached him.
The crowd gave her plenty of room, and there she had looked intently at Jack. Not a word. A sudden underst
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A Mutual Meeting of Intakes
From a former friend's headcanon that the Autobots pick up foreign habits such as kissing from humans.
I tilted an audial toward Arcee, keeping my optics on my console. "Yessss?"
"How much do you know about human customs?"
I snorted, my fingers pausing over the screen. "Little more than you do. In fact, judging from how often you interact with the children, you're more knowledgeable in that subject than I."
Silence. Curiosity gnawed at my processor, a fact that Arcee was well aware of and using to her full advantage. Finally after a few kliks I sighed and turned, gesturing at her to explain.
"Well, it was this odd... ritual," Arcee said thoughtfully. "I saw Jack and his femme friend pressing their mouthplates together and apparently enjoying it, but when I asked him about it he turned red and told me to be quiet." She looked up at me, utterly baffled.
"Disgusting," I rumbled, narrowing my optics. "Why would th
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I watched her with bated breath as my words slowly sank in. I could see each and every emotion flicker across her face. First, she merely blinked at me before quietly chuckling almost nervously. Aerolynn sat up and raked a hand back through her dark silky hair. She glanced down at me; her face showed a mixture of fear and happiness.
To be honest this wasn't quite the response I had thought I was going to get. Sure, I expected her to be shocked, but then I figured that shock would turn into overwhelming joy. The more she stayed silent though, the more nervous I became. I started thinking that maybe telling her had been a bad idea. Even though I knew that telling her now may not be the best of times, I figured she needed to know where my feelings lie. I didn't want to keep her balancing on the thin line of how I felt about her. I didn't want her to have any more doubts. I wanted her to be confident in the way I felt about her so she could proudly
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One week later
I was home from the hospital finally, but unfortunately they refused to allow me to do anything except shower and change my own clothes. And by 'they' I mean Zak and Mason. Mason would keep an eye on me throughout the day and then switch out with Zak at night when Mason had to head over to work my shift at Luke's pizza place. For now, Zak had edited all the episodes and sent them into the TV station saying he was going to go on temporary hiatus from the show. The producers were ok with it since he had turned in everything for the next season. They just didn't want the break to last for an extended period of time.
Mason was just about to head out for work, we were just waiting on Zak to arrive.
"You know you can leave, Mason," I sighed as I sat on the couch watching him wear down a slight trail in the carpet from all his pacing. He glanced down at his watch for the thirtieth time in the past five minutes.
"No. I won't leave you here alone," he answered gr
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We sign our cards and letters BFF
You've got a million ways to make me laugh
You're lookin' out for me
You've got my back
It's so good to have you around
"That's silly Jay-Jay!" Dahvie giggled as we colored in our coloring books.
"No it's not! Dinosaurs were purple!" I defended. Dahvie glared.
"How do you know?" He challenged. I frowned.
"I don't know...." I whispered. Dahvie smiled in accomplishment.
"See!" He yelled. He happily jumped up and down. I glared.
"You don't know either!" I said as I stood up. Even though I am two years younger, I still tower over him. Little shorty!
He stopped jumping. He frowned. I sighed.
"It's ok! I told him. He smiled. It soon turned into a frown.
"Does Jacob still bully you?" Dahvie asked me sadly. I looked down and nodded.
"You should tell your mom." Dahvie told me. I shook my head.
"He said he will t
GirlWhatcha doin' standing there in the moonlightGirl4 years ago in Settings More Like This
With such a mischievous little smile
Playin' across your cherry red lips
With your hands swayin' 'round your hips, girl
Watchin' me kill another Coors Light
With that .30-06 wrangled in my arms
Well, don't be shy, I might grin
But I ain't gonna bite, girl
Think they'd call a lady like you an American Bombshell
Those ol' city boys are missing out though
God bless that fact, 'cause that gaze you're givin' me
Is givin' my body all sorts of hell, girl
Stand up there in the hayloft high
Wiggle around, wait for me to come on up
Giggling and dancing along, keepin' my full attention
Aim those pretty hands high for the sky, girl
C'mon, c'mon, c'mon
Got the truck's lights on in the back
Makin' your shadow dance along the back wall
Don't be shy as you shake it for me, girl
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"Man, this sticks!" Cody said.
They all couldn't go out to the courtyard and go swimming, get in the hot tub, or do anything fun!
"We've done anything that could be done" Noah said, setting down his SIXTH book.
"There's nothing to do!" Harold said, sighing as he played his keyboard boredly.
"Rain sucks" Eva said, leaning against the wall as she was doing some reps with a 150 lb dumbbell.
"Nonsense!" said a new, happy, voice.
They all looked towards the entryway and saw the first voted off camper, Ezekiel, standing there.
"Rain is a good thing" Ezekiel said with a smile.
"But it keeps people locked inside" Bridgette said.
"And you can't throw a good pool party when it rains" Geoff said.
"Trent, can I see your guitar, eh?" he asked.
Trent cocked h