17This is it. The last chapter. (sobbing in the background) I must say that I am sad to see this fanfic end. This is how it all goes down.
A moan came from Sally. her eyes fluttered open. "Sally!!!" Jack exclaimed, "You're allright!!!! By God, you're okay!!!" He danced a little jig around the room. "I knew she'd be fine." the doctor said proudly.
"Let go off my hand or my arm is going to come off Jack." said Sally. "Oh, sorry, sorry. I'm just so happy and relieved!" said Jack. "I can tell." said Sally. She was still a little groggy.
"Did you feel anything?" the doctor asked. Jack stopped dancing and listened, he wanted to know too.
"I was weird. It was like I was floating, I saw the entire scene from above, and then when the shocks stopped, I went back into my body. I'm still a little woozy." Sally said. "Are the babies okay?" she asked.
The doctor looked at the monitor. "By God, they are! Your son and daughter must be tough as nails!"
Jack smiled his famous Skellington grin at her. "You did great." he said kissing her on the forehead.
"Well, that's all well and good, but these babies still need to be born eh?" the doctor said.
Sally fell back on the table, remembering her job was not yet done.
"Hey, hey. It's okay." Jack said. "Can't we do that tomorrow?" Sally asked.
"No no , they need to be out today."said the doctor. "Okay." Sally replied, a gleam in her eye.
Two hours, tons of work, and a broken hand later, the doctor presented Jack and Sally with two healthy babies. Sally had now been relocated to the makeshift bedroom. Jack's hand was broken because Sally had been holding it during the delivery. Sally lay back in the bed from exhaustion. Dr. Finklestien laid the twins in her arms. He stepped back, looking proud and said, "I'll leave you two alone." He wheeled out of the room, a smile on his face.
"You did great Sally." Jack said to her. She feebly lifted her head, her face glistened with sweat."Look, the boy looks like you." she said softly. "He sure does."
Sally had never seen more beautiful sights in all her life. Her two babies. The boy was indeed a skeleton like Jack. The girl was a rag doll like Sally, thin stitches covering her light skin. "Look, she'll have red hair like you." said Jack. It was true, red fuzz was already on the litttle head oof her daughter.
"So, we're staying with the names like before?" asked Jack. "Yes, Jake and Samantha." "We ought to name them properly then." said Jack.
He laid a bony finger on the girl. "You shall be known as Samantha." he said. Then he turned to his son. "And you shall be known as Jake." Sally smiled. The girl was asleep, but little Jake was looking around, a puzzled expression on his bony face. 'Typical Jack.' thought Sally. Samantha woke up, her large eyes blinking and looking around at her surroundings. And, gazing at the faces of her new family, Sally knew that after all that, they were going to be okay.
There you have it then. I hope you enjoyed the story. I'm starting on a sequel, but it's still in the thought processes. If you have any ideas, please contact me. Also, PLEASE REVIEW!!!!!!! It seems pointless to me to read all this and not press a button and say what you think.