Hey Everybody! After my last story went terribly, terribly wrong, I thought to make one that has a better plot to it. Thanks to everyone who commented on my deleted story. You are the ones who helped make this one actually decent. Although I'm sure some of you could've been a little bit nicer… *cough, cough* *Aish Sheva* Just a little reminder: I am 13… I am not very good at writing long chapters. I can keep a story going, but my chapters are short. If you have a problem… FINE! Get over it. Please review! It makes me happy!
Anyways… LOVE TO ALL! I hope this story turns out a lot better than the last one!
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Summary: Annabeth and Percy are finally getting their relationship steady and known. But what happens when Annabeth is kidnapped? Percy is determined to find her, although he only has so many clues left for him. Please R&R!!!!!!! Percabeth!
Finally! It's summer! That means no more listening to my step-mom gripe about monsters and how her perfect angels need to grow up somewhere normal. No more school! Just me and Percy, alone with all the other half-bloods at camp.
Ever since Percy and I became an "item", we have tried to spend as much time as possible together, but unfortunately that didn't work out so well with me living in California and him in New York. On the other hand, I got to visit him often whenever I was in town for my plans on the new Olympus layout.
Ting, Ting! "Attention all passengers! The plane to Long Island will be landing in roughly 10 minutes. Please fasten your seat belts and prepare for landing." Ting, Ting!
I looked out the window. It did seem as if we were getting closer. Dad was sitting next to me, tossing an airplane model around in his hands. His eyes had never been this wide before, "Dad, calm down! I'll be fine, I promise, this is the safest place I can be. Don't worry!" I patted his arm and he seemed to relax a little bit. My dad and I had gotten extremely close over the year, surprisingly. He stood up for me when my step-mom acted up. He even tries to fight monsters, though I end up killing them. I think this is really the first time I can actually say I felt close to him. In a way, I didn't want to leave. "Dad?"
He turned his nervous gaze in my direction, "Oh, I know Annie. I'm a worried father, that's all. I'm just overreacting." He smiled, though I know it was forced.
off of the carriers above you. You may now leave. Quickly and quietly please.
We sat in silence for a few more minutes. "Please prepare for landing." The recording sounded quite a bit late. The plane hit the ground before the lady's voice had gotten to "landing". Nobody was prepared and many let out an oof or a huff in response to the delayed playback. I looked at my dad who had a pained look on his face like he was a child being forced to eat his veggies. I knew this was going to be hard for him.
Ting, Ting! "You may now turn all electronic devices on. You may now unfasten your seat belts. You may now grab your luggage Thank you for choosing Zeus Air." Ting Ting! I was about ready to rip out the recorder until it got to a sentence that didn't begin with "You may now..."
I watched Dad scurry out into the isle and grab my bags out of the holder. He never liked waiting. I sighed and followed after him, or I knew I was sure to loose sight of him.
"Dad! Wait up!" I called after him. I struggled to keep up with him until we neared the end of the terminal and he slowed down. He stopped and pulled me into one of his famous bear hugs. I hugged back, taking what will last of my dad for the summer. "I love you, Daddy." I whispered.
"I love you too, Annabeth." He replied as we pulled away. "But we better move unless we want to be trampled." He hauled me though the doors and to the side of the tunnel to where we were looking the huge corridor in the face. But I was only looking for one face, and he was looking for me.
"Seaweed Brain!" I screamed at the top of my lungs as I dropped my bag and sprinted in his direction.
I stood there waiting. I hadn't seen Annabeth in two whole months. I couldn't wait to spend the summer with her. I looked at her text message that said she would be on flight 213, but that wasn't coming for another half hour. I sighed and put my phone back in my pocket. As I trudged over to the nearest empty seat I heard my favorite nickname, "Seaweed Brain!" Her cry wasn't enough warning to prepare me for what was to come. I was tackled to the floor in a huge hug.
"Hey, Wise Girl." I chuckled as she pulled me to my feet, just to be thrown into another hug.I gave her a quick peck on the cheek as we pulled away from each other. Then I saw Annabeth's dad heading our way.
"He wouldn't let me go alone. He'll leave soon enough." She whispered in my ear.
I directed my smile towards him and grasped his hand firmly, "Nice to see you again, sir."
"Oh, come here!" He threw me into a much unexpected embrace and as we pulled away he whispered, "Take care of my baby girl for me, won't you?" I could see he was struggling to hold back tears. I didn't know why he was so emotional. The last time I met him, I thought I would never see him tear up, yet here he was.
"You can count on me, Mr. Chase." I reassured him.
He and Annabeth shared one last hug, and tore apart. She took my hand in her steady and confident ones and we walked off. Ready for a perfect summer together.
Sooooo? What did you think???? Yes, I am aware it is extremely short... I know, I'm not the best writer in the world, but for me I think I did pretty good! Please review! And give me any suggestions. I promise that it will have a turning point in it. Thanks!