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We Stay TogetherAdelita and Scardelita ran quickly from their room to the living room of the Sanchez Hacienda. No, not the Sanchez home, the old bullfighting ring where cousin Carlos lived, but the old, grand house outside of San Angel where Abuelo and Tía Anita grew up. The hallway, despite its connection to the spacious living room, was dark and the four-year-old twins could not distinguish the sound of their footsteps on the smooth floor tile from the rain pounding down on the clay roof tiles. With courage befitting of a Sanchez the two girls proceeded through the silent, black house, all too aware of the thunder roaring through the night sky.We Stay Together by flutepiccy
It was a rare desert monsoon– something the twins had never experienced. They finally reached the division between the living room and the courtyard; the only way to reach their destination was to run through the soaking flagstone space. Adelita took a deep breath and Scardelita gripped her sister's hand tighter than ever. They ran ac
Hello there! And welcome to my profile! I am a student artist in digital media. I am currently in my fifth year of art, and this is my second year in digital art class. I play trumpet at my school, but I can also play trombone and piano. While the class I take digital media as a class, I use all kinds of tools, from pencil to face paint! I am currently developing characters for an animation in the spring, but I have some fan-art as well. Someday I hope to be a story artist at Pixar Animation.|
My Twin: flutepiccy
Concerning the Adoption of Dragons... Rated: Kflutepiccy
Just a bit of Avatar: The Last Airbender fanfiction, because Granddaddy Roku needs more love.
As per usual with fanfiction, Roku, Ursa, and Feng belong to Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko.
Avatar Roku bend over his work. The When he was 16 years old, he had no idea that being the Avatar would involve so much... writing. Even after 60 years, he still disliked all forms of written correspondence. He especially hated it when every town, tribal, and nation leader decided to send him news and ask for advice at the same time. When his granddaughter, Ursa, was visiting. She was four years old, the spitting image of his wife but, sadly, did not have her attention span. Ursa, as a rule, refused to sit still for more than two minutes.
Speaking of Ursa, Roku was supposed to be watching