High School Sweethearts Chp. 1 Chapter OneHigh School Sweethearts Chp. 13 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
First day of high school always seems to be the toughest for most teenagers because they have no idea what's in store for them; especially for Katara. She's a freshman and she's so nervous it looked like she would faint; sometimes she hated being different, and going to a new school was harder because of it. Still, despite her unease, she tried to make herself presentable. Her chocolate colored hair was in a braid that went down to her back, caramel colored skin and deep blue eyes. Katara wore her mother’s necklace that had a wave cresting against rocks. It was the only thing of her mother that she had. Her mom was murdered when Katara was 8 and her brother, Sokka, 9; things have been hard when Kya died, but somehow they, her family, had gotten through it. Still, sometimes the sadness from the loss would be too much. Sokka probably took it the hardest, since he blamed himself for her death. Her brother is a sophomo
High School Sweethearts Chp. 9 Chapter 9High School Sweethearts Chp. 93 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The day at the park really was the highlight for the Gang. Everything had been fun and exciting: just what they needed. But at the hour mark, the teenagers ended up staying a little longer than planned because Sokka had found another range for shooting targets. Everyone had shaken their heads when he had asked to stay.
"Aw, come on! This is the last range! I promise! Just a little longer? Please?" He was practically on his knees; who could resist a sight like that: on knees with a puppy dog expression and clasped hands? Finally the others sighed and agreed reluctantly.
"But if you make one more stop, and try to beg again, I will hit you so hard, your ancestors are going to be numb for a week," Toph had threatened. Let's just say she had a long day. She has had enough of being around strangers and feeling the vibrations coming from them. Toph did have fun though, so that was no worr
High School Sweethearts Chp. 4 Chapter FourHigh School Sweethearts Chp. 43 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The ride home was silent and Katara was in her room, sitting on her bed, thinking about the events that happened earlier in the day. Her and Sokka seeing old friends, shopping, having fun, laughing, being attacked by nuts in black, nearly getting killed, watching Aang get injured, feeling hurt herself, finding him in an emergency room, and confessing love for each other. That's a lot to happen in one day.
She got off her bed and walked over to her window, where the almost full moon was shining down on her. Katara touched her mother's necklace. She whispered, "Thanks for watching over him, mom. I appreciate it." The moon seems to be smiling at her, and for some reason, she could feel her mother’s presence.
Smiling to herself, Katara walked over to her bed and lay down. She grabbed her diary, unlocked it with her small key and started writing about today's events.
Pandemonium-Kataang First Date Pandemonium! Aang and Kataras First DatePandemonium-Kataang First Date7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Oh, no A date with Katara!
I LOVE YOU, I cant possibly describe with words how happy you make me, without you my life wouldnt have sense any more.
The young waterbender smiled fondly as she finished reading this little note which was left along with a beautiful arrangement of flowers someone had left by her night table while she was asle
High School Sweethearts Chp. 25Chapter 25High School Sweethearts Chp. 252 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Tuesday, surprisingly, went off without a hitch. No spies came at them, no mysterious poison darts were shot at them, and, probably best of all, no feeling like they were being watched. No one bothered the Gang all day, which was a relief. It saved everyone in the group from a headache. But they knew it wasn't going to last. It was Wednesday when things took a bad turn.
Aang was walking down the hallway, on his way to lunch. He had wanted to finish his homework based off of World War II for History class, and had told his friends to go ahead without him, saying he would catch up with them. They had hesitated, not wanting to leave him alone, especially Katara; but then they had left Aang to work in the library. He was a History nerd, and they knew he wanted to get his homework done sooner rather than later. The assignment wasn't due until Friday, but he had wanted to get it done and out of the way to make more time for something
Chapter 3: NumbNumbChapter 3: Numb2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Aang and Katara had been in the Earth Kingdom for a week, and they hadn't seen each other in all that time. They had been given seperate rooms because some of the Council men thought it was inappropriate for the Avatar to be in the same room with a peasant, despite her being a war hero. The Council never said as much, but from the way they look at her with contempt, it was obvious what they thought about her. She was nothing more than a woman, who should be doing house chores and siring children; not fighting a war that was none of her business.
Aang saw how they were acting towards his girlfriend and he wanted so badly to give it to these stuffy old men that nothing would change his feelings for her. Aang knew how remarkable Katara was, and he had tried to apologize for the behavior of the council, but Katara had said that she didn't mind. But Aang knew her long enough to know that it was bothering her.
It had been another long day, it was night now, and the young lovers wanted t
High School Sweethearts Chp. 20Chapter 20High School Sweethearts Chp. 202 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The carnival was incredible in Aang's eyes. It was a lot like the amusement park; only smaller. There was a roller coaster, a Ferris Wheel, even the Tilt A Whirl. And a bunch of other games like Targets, basketball, and more. There was a line for a Ferry Ride around the lake, with a glass bottom to see what wonders the water holds. It was nearing sunset, and Aang and Katara were on the boat, sitting on cushioned benches, watching as fish dart away and turtles swim slowly under them. They can even see some of the seaweed. They had been on practically every ride and had played all the games. Aang even managed to win Katara a stuffed panda, saying it was an early birthday present. She had laughed and kissed his cheek as a thank you.
Aang sighed, content and relaxed. It's been so long since he felt this way. Now he was really grateful to have Katara as his girlfriend. She makes him feel so special. She would go to any lengths to in
A Kataang Fanfiction: Chapter 21A KATAANG FANFICTION, CHAPTER 21A Kataang Fanfiction: Chapter 214 years ago in Romance More Like This
The evening was quiet and peaceful. Butterflies skirted among the various wildflowers, silken wings beating soundlessly and gracefully. The tall grass swayed to a light breeze, dancing amongst themselves.
Katara wandered among the meadow, brushing the plants with the tips of her fingers. She inhaled every scent, amazed and content with the variaty of flavors she was able to detect.
For the moment, she was happy.
It had been one year since the tragic battle that had resulted in the death of both Aang and Kya. Of course, Aang had returned . . . but with terrible consequences.
Katara closed her eyes, remembering what had occured when Aang had awoken.
Aang was alive.
Katara's eyes brimmed over in overwhelming relief as she dropped her head to his chest and began to cry. Sokka stood by in amazement, shaking his head.
Aang groaned, eyelids fluttering. "Wh . . . where am I?"
Sokka sat next to his brother. "You're in your house, Aang . . . rememb
High School Sweethearts Chp. 39Chapter 39High School Sweethearts Chp. 392 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
While Jet and On Ji talked, Aang explained that Katara's heart had stopped beating for about three hours, and how the doctor had wanted to remove the IV; but Aang hadn't let him, hoping against hope that Katara would live. He also explained about what had happened to the dark eyed teenager, saying that he was going to live. Katara can tell from the way her boyfriend talked that he felt guilty for hurting Jet in the first place. Aang doesn't like hurting people, and knowing that he had almost taken someone's life ate at him. He had been raised to respect life, not destroy it.
Aang had stopped by Jet's room after the dark eyed teen had surgery. "I was on my way back here after getting something to drink when I heard muttering. Out of curiosity, I had walked into the room quietly, where the noise was coming from, and saw Jet lying there asleep. He looked almost... fragile. I was about to leave when I heard him whisper, 'I'
The KissEverything seemed to be resolved the week after I had defeated Ozai. Everything except a burning sensation in my heart that would go off every time I look at Katara. I love everything about her! EVERYTHING! Her hair loopies, her ocean blue, shining diamond eyes, her plump lips, everything! The relationship that I hoped for took a dramatic downfall after we say the play about ourselves. But I still have hope. Today is the day I will go talk to herThe Kiss5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The entire gang is at Iroh's tea shop right now. Zuko is serving tea, Mai is by Zuko, Suki and Katara were talking at a table; Toph is doing who knows what , Sokka is painting something, and I am playing with Momo. I look over at Katara for the twentieth time in the past hour waiting for the right time to tell her the truth. The sun began to set, so I was trying to find the courage to stand up to walk over to Katara.
"ZUKO, STOP MOVING!" Sokka scold
A Kataang Fanfiction-Chapter14A KATAANG FANFICTION: CHAPTER 14-A Kataang Fanfiction-Chapter145 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The normal sea of people was not a surprise. There were many cries of "Avatar Aang!" and "He's awake!"
He smiled as people surrounded them left and right, all asking if he was ll right. He nodded again and again, showing them the back of his head and his stomach. They all hung on to every word that issued from his mouth.
"Actually," he told them, "Katara here was the one who really saved me. She healed the wounds." He placed an arm around her shoulders. There were several "Awwws" throughout the women of the group.
"And now," he called out, "we have to go. But I want to give a sincere thank-you first." He paused. "Who here was Katara's healer?"
After a moment of silence, a tentative hand rose into the air.
Aang smiled. "Come forward."
She did. She was a small, shy-looking healer, close to her fifties.
"What is your name?" Aang asked kindly.
"Kiri," she answered softly.
"Kiri," he said, "I want to give you a personal thank-you fro taking care o
A Kataang Fanfiction: EpilogueA KATAANG FANFICTION: EPILOGUEA Kataang Fanfiction: Epilogue4 years ago in Romance More Like This
4 YEARS LATER
"Come on, Daddy! Faster!!"
Aang laughed, breaking into a light jog when Kuzon tugged his finger.
Katara followed, smiling. "Kuzon, you might have to slow down! I think you have Daddy beat in speed!"
The boy grinned, revealing his missing front teeth. "I know!"
Katara laughed, scooting baby Kahna a little higher on her hip. "Do you want to run like Kuzon and Daddy, Kahna?" she asked.
The little girl watched her brother and father for a moment, contemplating them with somber eyes. Scowling, she shook her head. "I don't want to make them feew bad, Mom."
Katara glanced at her. "How so, honey?"
"I would pwobabwy beat them. Then they would cry."
Katara laughed out loud, walking a bit faster. "Yup, they would cry, wouldn't they?"
The small family walked and laughed together, picnic baskets in hand. It was Kya's birthday, and they were celebrating it with the entire family, which included Zuko, Mai, and their children, as well as Sok
A Kataang Fanfiction-Chapter18A KATAANG FANFICTION: CHAPTER 18-A Kataang Fanfiction-Chapter185 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Katara sat straight up, almost tumbling out of bed. Shivering, sweating, and panting, she panicked until she saw Aang next to her. He was dead asleep, the arm that she had just thrown off of her twitching.
Breathing heavily, she put her head in her hands and tried to relax, but to no avail. Unsuccessful, she began to cry silently, the horrendous nightmare replaying over and over in her head.
Blood . . . so much blood . . .
Sniffling, she pulled the covers from her legs and slid to the floor. She shivered when her bare feet made contact with the chilly animal skin. (Aang hated the animal skin, but it was necessary for warmth). Pulling her nightdress tightly around herself, she grabbed a robe from her nightstand.
"It can't be . . . It won't be . . ." she told herself, pulling her hair back and braiding it with trembling fingers. Shuddering, she slipped her cold feet into some pleasantly warm leopard seal slippers and shuffled to the door that led
High School Sweethearts: EpilogueEpilogueHigh School Sweethearts: Epilogue2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
High School passed on without incident, and what Toph had said was true; it was about two years before people started treating Aang and his friends like normal, although they still showed respect and happiness to the young heroes who had saved the world. News on the TV and in the newspapers had told of the take down of every Black Mamba agent to ever exist, and how the Benders were put into special cells made to neutralize their powers. It had also told of the young heroes and how they had accomplished what they did.
Suki told her mother about what had happened, every last detail, and they had cried together, sad of the events but glad to hear that peace had been restored. Mai's parents saw the news, and her father had to admit that he had been wrong about Zuko, and they told her that they were very proud of what she and her friends had accomplished.
Graduations took place. Zuko and Mai went first, having
Off-Guard: a kataang fic"Katara, is something wrong?"Off-Guard: a kataang fic5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
I looked up from the water I'd been absentmindedly bending. Aang stood over me, looking concerned. I knew he'd be worried. I hadn't talked to anyone the entire day. I wanted some space. Our little group was getting too big for me, and my thoughts were too confusing for all the noise. I sighed, thinking over his question. In my head? Yes, there was something wrong. But in my heart, I knew the truth. Did I want to tell him about this? Not exactly.
Lately, I had been feeling like there was no way on earth that I could ever deserve Aang, I mean, he is the Avatar. And I'm well nobody. He's so noble and brave, and I'm a coward- scared to lose him and not even strong enough to exact justice on my mother's killer.
But I want him- I love him and it's killing me right now.
I finally looked up at him, feeling the tears glistening in my eyes.
No, stupid Katara, don't cry- it'll make him feel bad.
I blinked them away, trying to cover them up as I looked back
High School Sweethearts Chp. 40Chapter 40High School Sweethearts Chp. 402 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
When Toph got the call, hope surged through her at the thought of her best friend among the living. As soon as her mother had gone, she calls her friends, still a little baffled. Sokka was first, and she had to whisper/yell for him to be quiet. She should start calling him loud mouth. He didn't need a phone; he had his voice.
Sokka told her that he'll call Suki, so Toph called Zuko, and he was happy to learn of his friend's survival. He was at Mai's place, so that saved Toph some time. Afterward, she lay in her bed, heart pounding like a drum. Katara was alive! Tears of joy slipped from her green eyes at the thought. They are going to stay together; her family was whole again.
Toph turned on her side and thought of everything that led to this moment. Who knew that fate had brought them together? It was too good to be true. She had found friends that know who she was, and saw in her the being she could be