Oreos Iggy plopped down on the couch next to me, a snicker on his lips. I glanced at him, tearing my eyes from the TV in Dr. M's place. Iggy snickering... that's never a good sign.More Like This
"Iggy?" I asked suspiciously. "What are you up to?"
"Ooooh, nothing Max," he said innocently. He was so full of bull I could grind him up and make a year's worth of fertilizer.
"Unless," he continued, "You keep an eye out for Fang today..."
I turned toward him fully, preparing for the worst. "Iggy...? What did you do to Fang...?"
"Weeeell... it involves Prozac... and a little white lie..." With that, he got up and left, probably to make sure I didn't kill him. Not that it would matter, because if he did what I think he did, I'd kill him later. I had a baaaad feeling about this... I reached over and took another Oreo from the table, taking a bite
The Perfect Present Fang...More Like This
What a frickin' moron!
I mean, the flock and I were just sitting around a cave, talking about the upcoming Christmas, wondering how it's gonna work for us, when whoosh! Fang gets up and guns it out of the cave, into the bloody snow! The windchill's gotta be at least 0 degrees; he could freeze out there!
So now here I am, bundled up against the near-blizzard, looking around for that blockhead before I have to bring him back in a body bag.
I was flying around in wide, lazy circles, looking for any possible trails or some indication of where he was. Ever widening the circle, I found tracks about half a mile from the cave we were at. I swooped down after them, and after that it was a cakewalk to just follow the trail.
Well, the trail led to a frozen over lake. At the edge of the lake was Fang, sitting down in the snow, staring out, lost in tho
Deeper"Take my hand!" Fang yelled as Max fell through the sky, Ari on her back, tearing at her wings.More Like This
"I can't!" Max yelled back, letting out a cry of pain as Ari raked his claws at her back. She kicked Ari off of herself, breaking one of his wings in the process. Her own wings were in tatters and she continued to plummet.
"Take it!" Fang roared. He saw the fear in her eyes and it was making himself scared. Max reached for Fang's outstretched hand and they grasped it tightly. Fang held her hand, giving it a tight squeeze as he lifted her into his arms.
"Cry." Fang whispered in an order into Max's ears. Max shook her head furiously. "Damnit Max." He whispered harshly. " We're family, you don't have to flipping try to hold your own. So cry." Max shook her head once more but he could see tears brimming at her eyes. He couldn't believe he was about to say this. His jaw became firm, looking grim. "Fine, I'm sorry. Just don't be scared anymore. It's ok, I'm right here."
Max's eyes widened at his w
Vacation So guess what... vacation time! Yup, it's about frickin' time the six of us had our own vacation again. And guess where it was?More Like This
Yea, we aren't that original sometimes...
But I'll let you know when I start to care, cuz right now I was laying on a beach towel in my swimsuit, soaking up the sun. Angel and Gazzy were wrestling in the ocean, and I wasn't worried about any of them drowning. Thanks to Angel's little breathing underwater power, she's the unofficial lifeguard of the flock. Nudge was picking out shells for Iggy to feel as they strolled down the beach. And Fang was, well, on his laptop as usual. He, like everyone else, was in his swimsuit. But there was something about Fang...
I shook the thought from my mind. Fang was just another member of the flock to me.