Ok… I got one review last chapter… makes me feel special… anyhow, I know people read the last chapter, didn't like the growing up thing, so I found a way to make it switch back  Very short chapter, just letting you guys all know, I havn't given up! No really… I haven't… and I refuse to! Ok well, here it is anyhow…

"Sam… Sam! Are you Ok?" I heard someone asking me, and I sat up, and noticed I was outside, and Danny was standing there, but he didn't look any older.

"Danny, you are Ok!"

"What are you talking about?"

"You went into the ghost zone, and you never came back, but you are fine now!"

"Sam, I wouldn't have gone in that ghost zone if it was the last thing I did. Yeah, I was tempted, but I wouldn't have actually gone in there."

"Then, you mean, I was dreaming all that?"

"All of what?"

I told Danny about what I thought was real, but was obviously a dream, and he just looked at me weird.

"Yeah, well I'm not going in there, so you don't have to worry."

"Thank god! I thought for sure you were gone, and I had gotten older."

"Sam, stop worrying, I am right here, nothing is wrong."

"Ok, Ok."

"We need to head back though, because my ghost sense went off not that long ago, and I don't want to take the chances."

"Well, then lets go! I don't want you to disappear!"

Danny just rolled his eyes, and took us back under where Chelsea was still sitting there, and everything was back to normal again. But not everything was back to normal though, now I was going to be on the look out for everything. That dream made me paranoid! A dream did that!

"Ok Sam, see, I am here, and we are both safe," Danny teased.

"Yeah, I can see that!"

We both laughed, and I heard Chelsea letting out a goofy giggle, even though she probably didn't have a clue about what we were talking about, she was just laughing with us.

"Aww, that is so cute," I said, and Danny just nodded. He wasn't that much into Chelsea, because guys don't care for little kids like girls do for some reason, but he still cared about her, even though he had no clue who she even was.

I could hear noises up above us, and Danny was right, there were ghosts up there. There was no telling what they were there for, maybe they really did know they were missing people? I didn't know for sure though, but I at least felt safe, as long as we stayed down here.

"Ok, I say we should all be extremely quiet," Danny suggested, and I just nodded, since I had to agree with him, there was no sense in arguing, and it wouldn't make that big of a difference even if we were quiet, since I Was used to it by now.

"Ok, Sam, I don't think that it is all that safe out here though, so let's go into that bedroom, since if they were to come down here, they wouldn't be able to tell we were behind the wall."

"Good idea," I replied, and went over to the chair to pick up Chelsea. She looked confused, but she didn't mind us taking her somewhere else. I was happy of going somewhere safer anyhow, since now I was going to be all paranoid about Danny being taken away, since I had always believed that some dreams mean something.

Once into the bedroom, I pushed the button, and it closed up, leaving us sealed in the darkness. Chelsea started to cry though, probably because she didn't enjoy being in the dark.

"Hey, it's Ok," I comforted her, still holding her in my arms. She still continued to cry though, and I had no idea what to do.

"Sam, there isn't any lights in here?" Danny asked me. I shook my head no, but then realized, he couldn't see me shaking my head, so I said, "No, there aren't any lights.

I saw two rings flash, and realized Danny had gone into his ghost form, because I could see his eyes glowing. He held out his hands, and the created a green light, which lit up the room fairly well. I could see Chelsea's face was stained with tears, and she looked at Danny, and just stared at the green, and she was probably confused at how a person could possibly do that. At least she stopped crying though, so there was nothing to worry about as of noise, but Danny wasn't going to be able to keep the light on forever, so I laid Chelsea down on the bed, hoping she would fall asleep. At least she was young, so it wasn't that hard for her to sleep, and she wasn't that bad at sleeping either. She did eventually fall asleep, and Danny stopped with the light, and now the only thing glowing, were his green eyes.

They looked so beautiful, especially when they were the only thing I could see.

"Danny, your eyes are so pretty," I told him, and I couldn't see any expression on his face, but he said, "Thanks." His eyes didn't through off that much light, just enough to barely see around the area where they were, but all I know is that they made me feel as though I was in a whole different world. Without thinking, I wrapped my arms around Danny, and kissed him. He returned the kiss, and the light faded as he closed his eyes.

Ok, I figured that would be a good place to end it for now  You will find out more about his family and stuff later on, that hasn't come yet all the way!