Zutara Week 2012 - Day Two: Momentous"Life should be measured by how many moments take your breath away, instead of how many breaths you take."-Unknown~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The pain was unlike anything she had ever felt before. It had been coming in waves like this for hours and just when she thought it couldn't get any worse, the next contraction always came on harder and stronger. Katara gritted her teeth, using all her will to hold back a scream as the contraction peaked, pain rippling down her spine and settling there for what felt like an eternity."Don't fight it Katara, remember what I told you about the breathing? Hee hee hoo." Suki mimicked the breathing technique."Suki, I know you've been through this twice already, but I swear to Tui and La, if you do that again I might have to hurt you." Katara managed to wearily scold her friend as the contraction finally came to an end."You're almost there; you've just got to hang on." Suki said seemingly ignoring the Waterbender's
Zutara Week:Alternate UniverseThe room was a smoky haze. Katara decided she rather liked it that way. She gripped the microphone stand in her hand and seductively sang the next verse of the song. Her lips were close to touching the actual microphone, but she didn't care. It was just all an act. To be sexy. To have men want you. She ran a hand slowly down her side, going over all of her curves that were hugged by a navy dress. Katara didn't want this life. She wanted a life of freedom, of happiness and instead she got a life of betrayal. Nothin was safe anymore. No one was safe anymore.At that moment, the door to the club flew open. Katara couldn't see through the thick cigarette smoke but she figured it was Ozai, or his son Zuko. Zuko was the new up and comer in the rival family. Sokka was the own leader in hers. Her father had died on a job so her brother immediately took over. It was good for him. He had been in such a depression after Yue had died. Died by the hands of Zhao, the hit man of Ozai's mob. Katara de
UrsaBook 4: AirChapter 7: UrsaThe young Avatar was feeling horrible. He was the master of all four elements, he won with Lord Ozai and he was the most powerfull bender all over the world. But even Avatar's power couldn't make him feel better after he got drunk last night.-Blasted bear from Omashu...- he was repeating every time he went to the toilet. He haven't got any power and mood to do anything. He wished to spend a hole day in his bed. Happily he was at home! He hasn't remember anything that was happening last night, but Toph told him, that in the morning after the Festival of Lights Sokka and Appa came to the Omashu and took them. Aang was reportedly doing a lot of interesting things that evening, for example dancing on the table, karaoke competition and a duel with Toph. 'How can you still stand straight?!' he asked Toph when she came this morning. 'Well, earthbenders have strong heads', she answered.He flipped. Earthbenders? So why not the Avatar?!Aang cou
Zutara Week: Harmony"Lady Katara! You must join us for music night!" Iroh exclaimed, raising his tea cup excitedly. Katara smiled to reply as Zuko shouted out. "NO!"Katara frowned. "Zuko, don't be rude." Then she turned her attention to Iroh, "What's music night?"Iroh looked quite happy to be informing her of music night. Why, she didn't know. The waterbender was half afraid it would be some sort of scheme to get her and his nephew together. "It's where the whole crew joins together to make music." The old man said with a clap of his hands.Katara seemed intrigued. "Really?" She asked, "I'd be honored to attend." Zuko dropped his head to his arms on the table as the girl sat down her tea cup, making it swish out. Iroh frowned, but then grinned again. He obviously wasn't going to let spilt tea put a damper on his mood. "I will be right back, Lady Katara." Katara smiled at him then nudged Zuko's shoulder as the man left."Geez, Zuko, why are you so tense about music night?" She asked once he lifted his ey
Zutara Week Day 4 DateThe silence isn't a comfortable one. Everyone save for Katara and I have gone to bed, and the dark sky is clear and littered with stars. The fire crackles tamely, and I stare into it as if I'm deeply interested. The truth is that it's the only thing keeping my eyes off her. She's haunted my mind constantly since we fought during the invasion at the North Pole. I thought Mai could help me get over this unreasonable infatuation, but that never happened. Now I'm traveling with her, and it's all I can do to keep myself from making a fool of myself in front of her.In my peripheral vision, I see the girl on my mind stand, and brush herself off, out of habit, I assume. Before I can ask where she's going, Katara says "I'm going for a walk down on the beach. Do you want to come?" She watches me, waiting for an answer.I hesitate, mostly because of the surprise. I know Katara has forgiven me, but I didn't think she liked me at all. Glancing at the beautiful waterbender, I nod "Sure."