Well, what can I say? Seaweed Brain heals fast. It's been about three weeks and he's already on his feet. We both learned a lot from our "experience". We really loved each other, and being separated would be total torture. We really had a lot of catching up to do. We hadn't been at the beach for so long, and the tree house, and swimming, and… whatever. I was going to spend as much time as possible with Percy. We were finally together, permanently… unless Percy gets killed in a car accident or a plane accident! Or… no. stop thinking about those things. Right now, I was enjoying my surroundings. Percy had his protective arms wrapped around me and we were at the beach, enjoying the sunset.
"I kept my promise."
"Yes, you did keep your promise."
"I kept my promise for you, and will you promise me one thing?"
"Will you promise to marry me someday?"
I stared at him for awhile, then smiled and hugged him. "Yes." I whispered into his ear.
"I love you, Annabeth."
"I love you more."
"No, I love you more!"
"Wait, did you just say that you love me ore than I love you?"
"You know that I love you more."
"I love you more."
"I lo- we're still the same, aren't we?"
"Yes, yes we are, Wise Girl."
I laughed and we kissed. I practically melted in his arms. It's been so long since his lips touched mine.
"We're definitely going to build something permanent."
------------------------About eight years later-------------------
This was the big day. I was dressed in a way too formal tuxedo, but I was happy… and nervous.
"Relax, Percy." Paul said,
"Easy for you to say. You and mom got married seven years ago."
"Everyone's nervous when they're about to get married."
"You know, I bet that Annabeth is the same way as you are."
I smiled. The image of Annabeth pacing back and forth across the floor was priceless.
Right now, I feel crappy. I'm in a way too fancy dress and Ms. Jackson and the rest of the Aphrodite girls are nit-picking over the smallest flaws.
"OMG! You have like, a speck of dust on your dress!"
"Oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god! Get if off!"
"Don't you girls think that Annabeth has more things to think about than dust?" Ms. Jackson asked.
"That's right! Annabeth, you should totally try this lipstick!"
"Oooo, wear these cute gloves!"
"You need more mascara!"
"Your hair needs to be more straight!"
"Girls, I think that Annabeth needs to be alone."
"Fine." They said and left.
"Annabeth, I know how you're feeling. Just relax. Breathe in… and out. In… and out."
Slowly, I began to calm down. "I don't know if I'm going to be okay."
"You're going to be fine. I promise."
"Thanks Ms. Jackson."
"Oh, it's time! Let's go Annabeth!"
I walked out and I saw Percy… and the crowd… and eyes staring at me…
"I wanna puke."
"Shhh. You're going to be fine."
I stood next to Percy and the wedding dude person started reading the wedding oath… promise… I do thing. It went on forever!
"Percy Jackson, do you take Annabeth Chase, to be your wife? Do you promise to love her, honor, and keep her, for better, for worse; in sickness & in health; for richer, for poorer…: the wedding dude said. Blah blah blah. As if I cared… yeah, I do care.
"I do." Percy said.
"And Annabeth Chase, do you take Percy Jackson, as your husband? Do you promise to stay by his side…" he went on and on. I dazed off. And I didn't hear him when I was supposed to say I do and Percy elbowed me.
"What? Oh! Oh, yes… um… I do." I looked at Percy and saw him shaking his head. Way to go Annabeth.
The wedding dude glared at me, then said to Percy, "You may kiss the bride."
Now that, I paid attention to and Percy pulled me close, and our lips touched. There was a cheer from the crowd and everyone clapped their hands. I was pretty sure some of the Aphrodite girls were crying.
"I love you, Wise Girl."
"I love you too, Seaweed Brain."
----about five years later----
I woke up next to Annabeth. Eight AM. The typical Saturday morning. I turned over and hugged Annabeth.
"Percy lee me alone." She muttered. I smiled and continued to hug her.
"Percy." she whined.
"I love you."
She finally turned around. "I love you too Seaweed Brain."
"Annabeth, we're thirty. We're adults. It's about time to lose our nicknames."
"You're still a kid to me."
She laughed and kissed me. I pulled her close and kissed her too. We've been married for five years now and we're happy. And lots of strange things happened, like me being an author. Believe it or not, Annabeth one day said that I was full of childish ideas, so I tried writing a book. After ten months of frustration, I published my first book, The Lightning Thief. (Rick Riordan should be sued for plagiarism! It was obvious that the Lightning Thief is an autobiography by Percy himself! You guys are so stupid to think that Rick Riordan actually wrote the PJO series! Ha! Douche bags!) My book made millions and I finally got to rub something in Annabeth's face. She, obviously, was an architect who designed the newly built the Minerva Bridge and the Neptune Towers. By the way, we had a pair of twins. Yes, a pair of small, chubby, adorable twins. Note that I did say adorable. And lucky us, one's a boy and one's a girl. Two boys would be too much of a handful. Strangely, Annabeth picked the boy's name and I picked the girl's name. Annabeth named the boy Charlie, after our fallen friend Charles Beckondorf and I named the girl Minerva. We call her Minnie. I turned on the TV for the daily news and Annabeth made breakfast.
"Good morning mommy, good morning daddy!" Minnie said.
"Good morning dear, where's your brother?" I asked
"He's playing with his Percy Jackson action doll."
"They are not dolls! They're Percy Jackson action figures and they can kick monster butt!" Charlie exclaimed. (Percy Jackson toys! LOL XD)
"All right, you two. Come eat your Percy-O's." Annabeth said.
"Mommy, how did you meet daddy?" Minnie asked.
"Yeah, how did you?" Charlie continued.
Annabeth and I looked at each other.
"Well, it all started when your mother said that I drooled in my sleep at Camp Halfblood…"
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