P for Pony :1More Like This
"Danny flew away with Sam in his arms. He didn't care now if anyone saw them; because now, his secret was revealed."
Danny opened his eyes. He had never had a dream so vivid and realistic. It almost felt like a vision. It made him rethink the portal to the 'ghost zone' his parents had finished yesterday. After this dream, he was seriously considering giving it a closer look, even though he didn't want to get involved with his parents 'spooky' stuff. Danny decided to consult his friends. But first, he needed to check something.
'Dad?' Danny asked at breakfast, 'did you just so happened to have a friend in college named Vlad who got badly injured in a portal-accident?'
His father replied, stunned: 'Yes, but how do you know about Vladdy?'
Danny cheered inside, and answered: 'Uhm… I… saw him in an old photo album. Could you tell me some more about him? He sounds interesting.'
'Hmmm, I didn't know we had pictures of Vlad. But I'll be glad to tell you about him! Vlad is an honourable m
Through His Eyes, Chapter 4I can't believe this! Of all the rotten luck!More Like This
For a second there, I thought everything had finally come together. I had spent the entire day having fun and getting into trouble with Dipper. Even when he became depressed, I was able to lift his spirits up (despite being thrown for a loop by learning that I was his secret crush) and gave him an extra boost of self-confidence that he desperately needed.
As we were about to say good-bye, Dipper gave me the gold and green lens from his mysterious journal, the same article that I needed in order to return back to my fifteen-year-old self.
That is, until he came…
My ex-boyfriend, Robbie V, had snuck up from behind and literally snatched my lens out of our hands. Dipper turns around to face him; his surprise quickly becoming anger and outrage. He steps forward and positions himself in front of me, even going as far as to raise his shoulder back as if to shield me.
"Why is Dipper acting so serious?" I wonder. "Robbie may
Happy Mother's Day, Mrs. Go"Just give her the flowers and present, then leave. Simple." Shego thought to herself, then sighed as she slumped in the seat of her black car.More Like This
She shook her head, knowing it wouldn't be that simple. Especially after not seeing her mother in years. The green woman parked her car in front of a normal looking house with a porch. A swing seat sitting on the porch, protected from the shining afternoon sun.
She turned off the ignition and leaned over to the passenger seat to grab the flowers and a small present. Shego opened the door of her car and exited, slamming it close with her free hand. Once she stepped onto the freshly cut green grass, she stopped in the middle of the lawn as a memory came back to her.
She could almost see herself and her brothers running in front of the house with water guns, all of them soaking wet. It made Shego smile. Part of her was happy to remember the memory, while the other half wasn't. She wanted those days to come back. Wishing the comet had never