Gift to beautyamber12This would be their last fly around before Jetfire would have to go off planet for his training session. From there, he wouldn't be back for several months.
"See? We fine!" Jetfire said. He flew backwards to face the femme. He couldn't help but be proud of her. Weeks and months he and his brother had been helping her learn to fly. Now, she was zooming and flipping about with him.
"Race you!" she challenged. Before Jetfire could ask where to, Skyfire zipped right past him.
"Waiting for me!" Jetfire put his thrusters to 80% output and caught up with her. Skyfire laughed giddily, and she dived downward. Thrown off by the change of direction, Jetfire nearly collided into a building nearby. Luckily, the Elite Guardsmech managed to right himself. He followed the sound of Sky's laughter.
"Come and catch me!" the blue Wrecker challenged. She disappeared behind several buildings and Jetfire lost her. Stumped, the youngling planted his servos onto his hips. He wondered where she could have gone.
D12: 'Do Not Use This Dictionary'1. Bemused
My definition: To be someone's muse.
My definition: A vicious attitude (XD)
My definition: Acronym for Especially Silly Playful Youth.
My definition: A nonsense word.
My definition: Someone that got hit by a duck.
6. Spoonerism (check out the definition for this one!)
My definition: Someone obsessed with collecting spoons.
My definition: You've gotten to mad (crazy) that you wear a hat to prove it.
My definition: Someone that expects too much of another.
My definition: After something. (got stuck with this one. >>)
My definition: One getting hit in the face with a pie.
D11 of 30 Day Challenge: 'Excuse to Fly A Kite'CLICK. CLICK. CLICK.
"Give it up Randy," his sister sighed. Randy continued to fiddle with the TV controls. It was as if pressing them all could will it to come online. "There's a few blown transformers out there. Give it a rest. The power will come back on soon enough."
"What am I supposed to do then, Marlene? Ya know, to wait it out?" Randy grumbled. He plopped himself next to his older sister.
"You're not going to get my iPad," his black-haired sister scowled.
"Aw, c'mon! Please! I am BORED," Randy pleaded.
"No! After you dropped it last time and it shattered the screen?" Marlene glared at him, "And it cost me over half my savings to get it fixed? No thanks! And anyway, it's at three percent of power. You won't be able to do much with Om-Nom before it zaps out itself."
"Why do you think I am obsessed with a little green monster that eats candy? It's for kids!" He thought another moment and added, "And girls!"
"Really? Explain to me why under 'battery usage', is
D10 of 30 Day Challenge: 'Visiting Leo'She touched the little box in her pocket and smiled. It seemed odd to see a smile like that in a place where she was. The young woman pushed open the creaky front gate and gently closed it behind her.
The lady came face to face with hundreds of headstones. She quietly hummed a comforting song for herself as she navigated her way among the graves. The lone woman was mindful of not stepping on anyone. Heavens knew she didn't want to disturb their rest.
She mentally moved down this path and turned that way, and another few feet. She made a left at the rose bushes to find him.
"Hey Leo. It's me," she said to the headstone. It was simply decorated, and at rounded part of it, there was a rosette. Underneath it, it read:
Fought Cancer With the Best of Them
Brother, Son, Fiancé, and Best Friend
"So little brother, how is it up there?" the elder sister asked. "You still begging grandma
D9 of 30 Day Challenge: 'Venice'Down in one of the canals, a native looks down to see an empty gondola. Soon, it's filled by the gondolier, and a couple. From their clothes, he decided they were tourists.
The young man smiles as he remembers his own trip in one of those boats. One particular ride with his own sweetheart. He notices one of his friends running up to him. The friend waves a mask around, and it reminds him of what night it was tonight.
Mardi Gras. Where he could be anyone he could be.
D7 and D8 of 30 Day Challenge: 'Shadow-Play'The wind howled against the crook. He struggled to grip onto his stash of cash and jewelry. The hoodlum began to regret taking the jewelry. The gold sure weighed him down.
He stopped cold. The man could have sworn that the shadow in front of him contorted. The branch couldn't have curled inward like a bendy-straw. That wasn't possible.
The burglar clutched his bag close to his chest. Keep walking, keep walking, he commanded himself. Just the damn wind. Nothing more.
The sound of something being stretched made him run. Sneakers slapped over the puddle covered ground. The sidewalk beneath him was in great disrepair. But, he expertly leaped over every little hill in the concrete.
The crooks felt something trip him. He lands face-first into a mound of mud. He struggled to get up, but something pinned him to the ground. He managed to wipe away enough mud from his eyes to see that no one pinned him. At least, physically.
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Sorry for the delay my lovely readers!
You have no idea how hard it was for me to write the following bits. The first five minutes of TFP airing have struck me hard to the core. To this day I can barely stand to open up my DVD and just . . . WATCH.
I hope it's up to par. Read on!
(My apologies ahead of time if there are any grammatical or punctuation errors. Spelling included.)
"Blank" is speaking
'Blank' is a thought
"-Blank-" is Bumblebee speaking
Beep is just a sigh or a quiet sound Bumblebee makes.
: Blank: is talk via comm-links.
Cycle: About 1 Minute
Mega-cycle: About an Hour.
Orbital Cycle: About a Month.
Stellar Cycle: About a Year.
Vorn: 83 Years
Title: Darkness Rising Part 1
Rating: T (canon character death)
Word Count: 518
Summary: With Cliffjumper gone, things wi
D6 of 30 Day Challenge: 'Runaway Bride'He glanced at his watch impatiently. The gold plated pocket watch read 12:39 PM. The ceremony was supposed to start over an hour ago.
The groom swallowed. He uneasily scanned the crowd of both his and his fiancée's families. On the bride's side, everyone seemed confused. On his side however, a few of his siblings and even his father glared at him.
It wasn't his fault . . . was it?