Superheroes---BestFriendsSelflessMore Like This
Ever by your side
Pick-up lines and Pillow Forts The fort wasn’t the biggest one they had made, only a small, silly one with books piled up as towers on each side, surrounded with pillows and bed-sheets along with a blanket laid out inside. Not one of Phineas and Ferb’s best creations that’s for sure. But why the hell not? It was fun and they were feeling in a particular silly mood today.More Like This
Together they sat in their proud-standing pillow fort, giggling helplessly in its depths whilst covering themselves in a blanket. They stared at each other for a moment, they’re laughter ceasing for a moment, Phineas biting his lip in amusement and Ferb just grinning merrily.
Ferb then proceeded to shove Phineas slightly, snorting a little with a blush on his face “Stop looking at me like that!” He chortled.
“Why not?” Phineas cooed and leant in closer, leaning a head on Ferb’s shoulder playfully, tilting his head like a curious puppy.
One year anniversary.More Like This
I sighed as I stared out my window. I watched the windmills of my town blow. It's been one year. One year since he sacrificed himself. One year since I lost a friend....A brother..."Gabby." I turn my head to see Zuzu and Nelly standing before me. I smile. "It's time isn't it?" I ask. Zuzu nods. I moved from my position. I hold my arm out and Nelly scurries up. I start to walk down the stairs to see the rest of my team standing there before me. Flare my Flareon, Nina my Gengar were waiting as well. "Is everyone ready?" they all nod. I whistle and Atticus swooped down. "Can you take us?" I ask. The staravia nodded. I returned everyone to their pokeballs and climbed onto Atticus's back. He took off and stared at Johto below me. "We're here, Gabby." Atticus said. I didn't even notice how the time flew by. I shouldered by bag and pulled everyone out again. "Come on.." We walk towards the house of memories. I nod to Mr. Fuji. I notice a small grave in the corner and take a deep breath. Nina
Your Faithful StudentMore Like This
Dear Princess Celestia,
I don't suppose I'll be writing you any more letters after this. Over the years I've said all there is to say about anything worth saying, and saying it again would be useless. Has it really been fifty years since you sent me to Ponyville? It seems like just yesterday I was meeting my friends for the first time, and we were battling with the Elements of Harmony to stop Nightmare Moon. Ah, those were the days. It's been years now since I've had the strength to go on those kinds of adventures. These days I need Spike to help me get up and down the stairs. I'm not as young as I once was.
I'm really writing this to make sure I haven't forgotten to say anything to you in my past letters. I'm very sorry I haven't been sending them as frequently, but I feel like I've already done all there is to do. I know there's always more to learn, but I can't always get out there and learn it. Most of the things I learn now come from books alone. Of course I still see my friend