|I feel like I am getting better! I still have a long way to go; but at least there's improvement.|
Chapter Ten: The Encounter and a Surprise VisitChapter Ten: The Encounter and a Surprise VisitChapter Ten: The Encounter and a Surprise Visit by ~Katara434
Airport: Two Hours Later: Lin
As soon as they had gotten their strength back, Lin and her friends made it as quickly as they could to the cars and drove to the airport, which was about five miles out of town. The thought of flying in a plane made her feel a little sick because the Earthbender hated flying, just like her mother. They had tried to take a trip to Colorado and when they had gotten there, Toph declared to her husband that she was never flying on a plane again. Even from when she was a child she hated flying because she had been blind. Despite the fact that she can see now it still made her uncomfortable because they weren't on the ground, so she couldn't use her powers in case there was trouble. She could have Metalbended but doesn't want to endanger any passengers that would be onboard. Lin's mother was very smart about that. Better to be on the ground than the air.
As they waited in line to get on t
Chapter Nine: First CommunicationChapter Nine: First CommunicationChapter Nine: First Communication by ~Katara434
The Next Morning: Tenzin
As the sun, a giant orange disk, colored the sky, Tenzin and his friends packed the vans up to begin their journey home. He couldn’t believe they were actually doing this, but his brother Bumi had been right: if they stayed, their parents could be the next target for Azula’s plan. The young Airbender didn’t want anything to happen to them, and the last thing they needed were deaths on their conscious. Packing the last bag into the van, he looked over at the tired group, noting the bags under Kya’s and Luten’s eyes, a sure sign of how much they slept last night, which wasn’t much. He knew how they felt; they were leaving someplace of safety only to go into trouble. But if their parents were to stay off of Azula’s radar, they had no choice but to leave.
‘So much for safety,’ he thought, opening his water for a quick drink. It was getting warmer out, and th