I sat there and Aang out of no where came and sat next to me.

"Hey there" He said with a grin.

"Hi" I said followed by a sigh.

"What's the matter Katara?" He asked with a worried look on his face.

"Oh nothing, just I'm scared. The war has been getting to me lately Aang. I don't know why, it just is, and It just wont leave my head." I looked at him with a frown on my face.

"I know how it feels." He looked down at his hands in his lap. "Its like overwhelming sorrow and guilt. Its not any fun. But you know what helps me?" He said smirking at me.

"No what?"

"You do. Whenever I'm down Katara, you always make me smile." He just smiled at me and those grey eyes were so perfect that my head became cloudy for a few seconds.

I leaned over and leaned my head on Aang's shoulder and as if his presence alone wasn't helpful enough, his warm arm around me made me feel happy again. It was as if someone just flipped a switch on me. It was amazing. I wanted more so I grabbed his hand and just held it there.

His warmth, peaceful presence, loving personality, and overall kindness was so astounding that I was dumbfounded by his large list of admirable characteristics.

"Aang, you make me smile too." I said looking at the sunset before us.

"Im glad" He said and I felt his arm tighten a little, indicating a hug to the best of his advantage in his position.

We watched the sunset and then walked back to camp shortly after.

Aang and I slept well that night because I can rightfully say our heads were still cloudy from the events that had occurred.