"Hey," Cameron said, walking into the infirmary. Carolyn looked over her shoulder and smiled.
"So did Q make it home?" she asked. Cameron smiled back and nodded.
"Yeah," he replied. "And O'Neill got Vala and Daniel back on good terms. Better than good, actually."
Carolyn laughed. "Oh, really? Think Vala'll be moving in with Daniel soon?"
"Oh, I wouldn't say soon…" Cam said slowly. "I think they're already in the process of packing."
Carolyn laughed again. Cameron grinned. "Look, Carolyn, I was wondering…" he trailed off awkwardly. Carolyn grinned back at him.
"Seven, your place, Friday?" she asked. Cam looked surprised but smiled.
Carolyn winked at him. "Sounds good," she said, giving him a quick peck on the cheek.
Landry looked up from the paperwork he was reading to see Teal'c standing in his doorway.
"Teal'c," he greeted. "Come in."
Teal'c did so, inclining his head thankfully. "I came to request I be allowed to take a short vacation," he told the general. Landry raised an eyebrow.
"Where to?" he asked curiously. Teal'c smiled slightly.
"I wish to go in search for an old friend…Ishta," he explained. Landry smiled warmly.
"Of course, Teal'c. Go ahead."
Teal'c inclined his head again, turning to leave. Landry sighed once the door closed, and leaned back in his chair.
Teal'c was going off to find Ishta. Cameron had probably asked his daughter out on a date by now. Jack was back and Sam couldn't be happier, with being pregnant and all. Daniel and Vala had finally sorted out their differences and were acting like a pair of adolescent teens. Everyone seemed to be in a good mood. And why shouldn't they be? Everything was going great. Of course, Ettan still believed in the Ori, Adria was still out there, probably slaughtering thousands and converting more at this very moment. And she'd probably be coming back, still bent on killing Daniel. But for now Landry wasn't going to worry about that. He smiled to himself.
"And, for now, they all lived happily ever after…"
A/N: Thanks to Fiara Fantasy, who was my beta at the beginning.
Thanks to my sister who patiently listened to me read chapters to her and spazz when I needed to. Of course, she spazzed as well, especially when Jack was involved.
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