Father's DayMore Like This
It had been an exhausting and emotional week for Phineas. The Monday announcement of the school's yearly Father's Day Activities had made him just as excited as the years before; he and Ferb would both take turns entering one obstacle race and competition after another with their father. It had been something Principal Beauregard came up with for the entire high school. And every year, the games were more and more interesting.
As usual, Phineas was looking forward to that coming weekend.
At least until the new kid from the eleventh grade spoke up.
"Those Father's Day games are for dads and their kids; not dads and their stepkids."
At first, Phineas had shrugged it off, as usual. He had known Lawrence for so long now, he had never considered him as his stepfather, but merely as his father. And Ferb had acted the same way with Linda being his mother.
But the more that teenager had insisted it, and in a very rude manner, the more it began to bother Phineas, as well a
The Moon's CurseIt started many years back, in the dark, gloomy town of Gimmelshtomp. Emmaline Kinney roamed the streets of the gloomy town. Everyone she passed always glanced back at her, she was very pretty indeed, but they all knew she was part of "The Cursed Ones". They all feared her, especially tonight. It was the full moon tonight. And the people of the town had not dared to even roam the streets past 5.More Like This
Emmaline clutched the moonstone necklace as she walked the streets. The last people closed up their doors to her face. The town was quiet and lonely, besides the faded sounds of crickets and the slight breeze that blew back her blonde hair. With no shelter, and no where to hide from the moon, she wandered outside the town, into the dark forest that bordered it. She had not wanted to be here, the others would come too. But, she had no choice, everyone knew who she was.
The last person to see her walk out of Gimmelshtomp was Ferbgore, who had been exchanging parts with a suspicous aquatic mammal.
Taking Care of Perry"Watcha doin', Daddy?"More Like This
Perry opened an eye at the sound of a little girl's voice. He would have grimaced and groaned, but the pain he still felt from his accident a week and a half ago was still quite present. He had not been able to use his back legs since his misadventure in the construction zone. His tail still ached from the bruises and cuts it had acquired as well. The worst of injuries had been stitched up by his vet, but unfortunately, considering he had some on his head as well, Perry had been forced to wear a cone on his head for the next month or two. Because of this, his daily routine of secret agent had been postponed. He would have said that it would be considered a vacation from his job, if not for one little, young and incredibly annoying detail:
Marie Flynn. Keeping in account Perry's age and how much his patience with human children had grown thin, he had a very unusual relationship with his owner's daughter. He cared very much for her well-being, yet could not stand h