|Love at First Flight
Author: Marzi PM
My sequel to 'A SGC Love Affair'. It has to do with the SamJack ship. This story will never be finishedRated: Fiction T - English - S. Carter & J. O'Neill - Chapters: 6 - Words: 5,402 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 12 - Updated: 09-23-07 - Published: 02-25-07 - id: 3414139
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-1Note: Ya! Here it is, my sequel to 'A SGC Love Affair'
Hope you like it… This story doesn't have too much to do with Daniel and Janet, but they are definitely a topic of discussion. Especially in the beginning…
Love at First Flight
She was tired, weary… and cautious? The peculiar emotion woke her. She was feeling cautious? Sam shifted through her thoughts, trying to figure out why. She was still trying to figure it out when she headed into her kitchen. It was her day off, but that didn't mean she wouldn't be going to the SGC. But, as she poured milk onto her cereal, she remembered why she felt cautious when she woke up. Or, the best explanation she could come up with at the moment. Janet had gone into labor last night, and an extremely excited Cassie had phoned to tell her the news. Sam hurried to her phone. No new messages.
Ah, how she could look back on the last few weeks, or had it been few months, of Janet's pregnancy that had been the most amusing? Whenever they had been out to eat, Janet had managed to order some of the strangest things, and enjoy them. Cassie had been eager to help around the house, which Sam knew Daniel was grateful for. He still had active SG-1 duties, despite the fact Janet had been off work for a month.
It had saddened Sam a bit, she remembered waking up at one in the morning from a phone call from Janet, who had felt too alone to go to sleep. Daniel was spending the night off world with SG-3. They had talked until about five, when both had become too tired to continue talking. There had only been one other such incident where Sam had to actually go to her house to help Cassie calm her down. They had stayed up so late Cassie had missed most of her school day. Janet wasn't happy about that, but Sam and convinced her to let it go.
Though, there was one thing she kept from her friend. Witnessing her and Daniel's closeness, she was jealous. She didn't want to be, but she was. Every time she saw them together she remembered she was alone. Of course Sam would probably never tell them, she did not want to sour their happiness. That would make her feel worse about herself.
She came out of her daze and headed back to the counter, deciding to finish up her cereal and then call Colonel O'neill. As the last remnants of her soggy cereal was washed away with orange juice, she picked up her phone. She didn't quite understand why she hesitated before dialing, but all she could be reminded of was her cautious feeling as she woke up. She shook her head to get the feeling out.
Jack had actually started pacing. Daniel had called him to say that Janet had gone into labor, he said pretty much that much before hanging up. The guy was in a hurry. Jack couldn't blame him. He thought back to when Charlie was born. He took as much from those memories as he dared before pushing them away. He had paced for a while until he decided he might as well get some sleep. When he woke up, he started pacing again. There had been no messages on his machine. Jack took a beer out of his fridge to try and calm himself. He was getting all worked up over nothing.
Though, during the last terms of her pregnancy Daniel had to be off world on several occasions. Jack watched him practically speed out of the mountain every time he got back form an overnight stay. He managed to talk with Daniel about it. Daniel had been quite truthful. He couldn't stand to be away from her for too long, one time when SG-1 was being held off world by a tribe of primitive humans, Daniel nearly considered shooting them to get back to the gate.
Jack convinced him otherwise, and they had to spend the next two days to bargain for their freedom. Daniel had been out of his gear and gone without bothering to stay for the briefing. Hammond hadn't really minded, until he learned a key part of what they learned on the other planet was large tablet Daniel was translating. They only got half of their briefing done, and had to schedule another one in the next day around all of his other meetings.
Daniel was happy with Janet. It was amazing how happy they were. Jack stared at his half empty beer, when his phone rang. Maybe it was Daniel.
"Sir?" No, just Carter.
"Hey Carter." He leaned against his counter, taking a sip of his beer. "Daniel call you?"
"No, Cassie gave me the message last night though. Can't wait to hear."
There was an odd silence. Why was she calling him anyway? Jack was just about to ask that such question when his cell phone rang. He looked at the ID. "Hey, I'm getting a call from Daniel, talk to you in a few." He hung up the house phone and answered his cell. He Didn't know why he had felt disappointed with his conversation with Carter.
Daniel had the dumbest grin on his face, and dark bags under his eyes. Cassie was half awake in a chair beside him. When Teal'c, Jack and Sam showed up, he had jumped out of his chair with surprising speed. Especially for someone who had been awake for roughly twelve hours. Cassie woke at the sound of Daniel getting up. When she noticed who had joined them, she got up, much slower than Daniel had.
Sam couldn't help but smile at the look on Daniel's face, none of them could help it. He looked so tired, Janet had probably tried to get him to sleep on more than one occasion. She was still a doctor.
"Well, Daniel, where's the little one?"
Daniel laughed, and Teal'c raised an eyebrow at his friend's near manic seeming display. Sam and Jack didn't seem to mind it all, so Teal'c assumed it wasn't worth noticing.
"Come on guys." Daniel led them down the hall, Cassie was walking beside her step-father.
-Well, here I go… And I'm sorry to inform people who are reading this, that the next few chapters will be very short.