Just a few things to wrap this up….

-Katniss and Peeta do have their two children within the next few years of their lives but they never get officially married. However they might have burnt each others toast every morning…."on accident."

-The whole family visits Annie and Baby Finn every summer for the rest of their lives. Katniss and Peeta's children and Baby Finn become best friends and all move to District Four after their parents pass away.

-Katniss and Peeta keep the bakery running their whole lives and make sure that everyone in 12 is fed and had somewhere to sleep at night.

-The Bakery is given to Ethan and passed down through his family for generations.

-Katniss never sees Gale again but one day, years and years after this last chapter, a mysterious note appears on her door, which read, "Hope you are having a good life Katnip." She held the note to her chest and ran to the woods where she whispered to the trees, "Hope you are having a good life Gale."

-Peeta's nightmares do end. When he is thrity-five he has his last false thought.

-Katniss and Peeta are never fully healed but through their love of each other and their children and the warmth and friends found at the bakery and district four they are able to be happier than they ever thought possible.

-Their children and their children's children and their children all added their stories to the book. The tradition is still going…there are hundreds of books by this point.

-Katniss and Peeta's gravestones are side by side and they read, "To our loving parents who fought for Panem, for us, and for each."

-Panem grew into a great nation with equality for all and their flag was red, white, and blue with a Mockingjay in the middle. "For our past and for our future."

-I love you readers so much! If you have made it all the way to this point with me then I shall name my firstborn child after you. You beautiful, committed person.

-Thank you and goodnight.