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
A Midnight SparkThe laughter of all the children rang throughout Danville, as two boys named Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher made their way onto the stage, which was set up in their backyard. Candace ran outside, climbing onto the stage.More Like This
"Phineas, what are you doing?" Phineas smiled brightly and turned to his older sister.
"We are making a firework display for the New Years! Oh, you are going to love this!" Candace narrowed her eyes, and sighed.
"Okay, fine... I'll let you go just this once. But only because it is the New Years!" Candace walked off of the stage, in defeat, as her red-headed brother began to announce that the fireworks display was ready.
"Alright, everyone! Are you ready for the New Years!" Loud cheers erupted through the crowd.
"I know I am! The fireworks will blow as soon as the clock hits 12:00am, so be ready to countdown!" Phineas smiled widely and hopped off the stage, giving friendly grins to every person he saw. What he didn't know was that one certain girl wasn't quite happy. H
Phinbella: Pseudo-RejectionIsabella's ProblemMore Like This
She had rejected him, a cold hard slap in the face. She had waited her whole life for something like that to happen, she had dreamed about it as a little girl. He was her whole world, everything to her, and she had rejected him. He had asked her to the dance and she had gone and crushed him, just like that.
She had tried to convince herself it was just a childhood crush when he had left. She thought she had succeeded, but really she knew better, in the back of her mind she knew she still loved him. But she had moved on, she had a boyfriend. When he had returned she had tried to convince herself that he was just her friend. But when she saw him she felt the same, she wouldn't admit it though, not even to herself.
She tried to be just a friend to him and for a while it worked, or she persuaded herself it had. It hadn't, not really; he was still flirty with her, believing her to still have a crush on him. But he had been excluded by the popular kids and Isabella had to
The Best Thangsgiving EverThe Best Thanksgiving EverMore Like This
What a great place, Phineas thought as he sat underneath the oak tree by himself. Too bad there isn't anyone else to share it with.
It was Thanksgiving Day, what should have been a great day, but Phineas was sad. Why? Well it was quite simple, actually. He was lonely. As of now, almost all of his friends were out of town, even after he'd invited them all to his house for the Thanksgiving dinner. There was only his family today, but even then, no his entire family had been there.
A week ago, Ferb and his father (who was really his step-dad, but that didn't matter to Phineas) had to go to Britain to visit family. It had been a family matter, but it surprised Phineas that his British grandparents hadn't invited him, Candace, and his mother along. His father told them that it was serious family stuff, and Grandpa Fletcher wanted to keep it inside their family before telling anyone else. Grandpa Fletcher had also said that it really did hurt to keep this from the