A/N: I lost all my old files, which meant that this story and any ideas for it flew out the window. I only remember there was one last chapter. So even though this is short here is an ending to this story. It deserves one after having to put up with me all these years. To be truthful it deserves a better one than this.
Disclaimer: I do not own any of the Tsubasa characters, but I do own Pam and everyone else at Morgan High School. (which as far as I know isn't a real place)
'Be Careful What You Wish For'
Chapter 6: All Things Must End
"You're leaving all ready?" Pam asked, coming out of the hallway that morning blinking her eyes in the bright sun.
It had been two days since she was allowed to leave the hospital. Sleeping at night had been easier for her, and she had been catching up on lost time. This lead to her sleeping in later and later each day. When she woke that morning and went out into the living room she saw everyone back in their own clothing.
"Yep, it's time that we get going to the next place," Fai answered her.
"I thought you were looking for a feather?" Pam questioned, confused.
"Well we were, but it turns out there wasn't one here," Syaoran answered with a lie.
They had found the feather. It was inside of Pam, it was how she managed to survive all those years. It extended her life force. Mokona had always been able to sense it faintly, but when Pam's father attacked her that day all the power of it was able to be sensed. No one knew what would happen to Pam if the feather came out, so Sakura said she wanted to let her to keep it. Everyone agreed it was best that Pam be none the wiser of the feather inside of her.
"Let me call Jody first," Pam told them taking the phone of the charger. "She'll want to come say good-bye."
Two hours came and gone since the group went on their way. Pam sat on the old, ratty couch with tears caught in her eye ducts. Jody was sitting beside her, holding on to her hand. She new that Pam was sad at the loss of her new friends. Plus the death of Louis was still fresh on her mind.
"You didn't tell him you loved him do?" Jody asked her, and she didn't mean Louis.
"No, there was no point to it was there," Pam sighed. "Anyway I loved the Fai in the book, people in books are always better than people in real life. But still the real Fai was pretty great himself. Especially the saving my life part. Still though, there was no point in forcing one sided love on him."
A faint glowing object began to appear on the table.
"Now what could that be?" Jody wondered.
As the glow faded, it became clear that it was Pam's missing Tsubasa book.
"Payment was received all ready," the female voice, Pam now recognized as Yuko told them.
Cautiously Pam picked up the book. The cover was a bit different then she remembered. Flipping through the pages, she saw that is was the story of the events that had taken place over the last couple of days.
"What's wrong?" Jody asked, worried about how quiet her friend was being.
"Nothing as all," Pam whispered, getting up and sticking the book on her self. "It's just that, that book was about us."
"You're not going to read it?" Jody asked.
"Why should I?" Pam wondered. "After all I lived it. I think I want to remember those memories rather than what is written in there."
"Speaking of memories," Jody said thoughtfully. "I wonder what your payment was."
"I'm not, sure," Pam said. "But I can't help feel like I've forgotten something. Oh well it's probably nothing."
She moved over to the window and looked up at the sky. "Good-bye Fai," she whispered. "I'll miss you."
Several Weeks Later:
Bunge sat in a corner table in the cafeteria. He watch as Pam walked passed him with Jody laughing as she didn't have a care in the world.
"As it should be," he thought, smiling sadly.
Pam would never say hello to him again with sparkling eyes. She would never again share all of their inside jokes. They couldn't go back to the old days, if there were any at all to begin with, because Pam didn't know who he was. He gave up her remembering him for the payment of the Tsubasa gang being able to come to this world. As well as the payment for her to keep the feather. They would never be able to be friends again, but that was okay. He just wanted to her be happy.
Like I said, a long time my mom told me to be careful what I wished for. I still remember all of the Tsubasa characters fondly. They were a great group of friends and I don't think I will ever forget them. I never did read the book version of our life together. I don't think I ever will. It might start me wishing for things I should have again. Oh those short few days were some of the best of my life. However today, the day of my wedding out ranks them all. Here's to a long life, full of excited adventure, and much happiness.
A/N: I'm a sucker for happy endings, and I wanted to give Pam one too. The whole point of the wedding there was to show that while she does still remember her time traveling friends, she's moved on in her life and begun to live for the first time in a while.
I know this could have been better, but I think I am happy with this.
Big thank yous to everyone who loves this story! Thanks for putting up with me.
I don't see myself writing anymore Tsubasa fanfiction in the future. I have been writing Doctor Who lately, so if you're into that hop on over to my profile.
Thank you once again!