YES, I wasn't going to update because I was waiting for one more review, but what the hell.

So, I have this huge tree in the backyard that Hurricane Sandy made really lose and now even the weakest winds make it sway and rock back and forth, and now tonight we're getting a North-easterner, and it could possible fall down, more specifically, on my house -_- So, if I get crushed tonight, I LOVE YOU ALL

But, it hopefully won't happen. Anyway, read on.

Chapter Eight

Sometimes love isn't about
How much someone suits you
But how much you're willing to change
To suit them

Sam sat on her bed alone, a familiar feeling but under different circumstances. Her and her parents are fine, Mark and Ari are her best friends, and her and Danny are together. She wouldn't change that for the world. She already changed it once, a mistake she'll never make again. She dumped her old friends, and Danny was right, they couldn't care enough, just brushed her off. That didn't bother her though, they weren't her real friends anyway. Real friends would be honest to a friend, they'd care about their well being, which her old friends obviously didn't. Mark and Ari were true friends, friends that didn't abandon her even when she rejected them. They were always there, when she wanted them to be or not. She covered her face with her hands; she was so stupid.

"Still beating yourself up?" Danny asked as he entered her room. She moved her hands to look at him.

"Yeah." He sat down next to her.

"Well, it's over now. No damage done, right?"

"Except to me."

"Just be happy you have your family and friends back." She scoffed.

"Yeah, I get it. I'll count my blessings on one hand." He gave her a look. "I'm sorry. I'm still pissed at myself." He put an arm around her shoulders.

"You shouldn't be. Everyone's forgiven you." She got up and moved across the room.

"It's hard though..."

"Did you expect it to he easy?" She sighed. She may have gotten her life back, but it was hard to forgive herself. But she was happy she had Mark and Ari and her parents and Danny back. She wrapped her arms around his abdomen and kissed him. He wrapped his arms around her waist and kissed her back, but she stopped after a while.

"Wait, my parents will come up if it gets too quiet in here." She said.

"Then I'll just disappear." As he said that, he was out of sight, and Sam stumbled a little as the weight holding her up suddenly was gone. She looked around the room, but couldn't see him anywhere.

"Okay, I'm so not used to that." She said. He reappeared sprawled out on her bed with his hands behind his head.

"I could show you a lot of my parents inventions, like the ghost portal... which leads to a ghost zone." She crawled onto the bed next to him, eyes wide like a child was told they were going to Disney World. Danny had to smile at that; it was nice to see her another emotion other than angry.

"Would you really?" She asked.

"Yeah, if you want to." He got off the bed and looked around the room. It was a while since he's been in it, and it hadn't changed much. He went over to her shelf and picked up the same photo album he did two years ago, seeing it change from nearly empty to filled with pictures of friends and family. "Nice," He said as he placed it on top of the shelf. "But do you know what it's missing?" He pointed to himself. "This guy." She scoffed and got up.

"No, you would just ruin the whole album." She joked. He gave her a look before he grabbed her in a bear hug and went over to her window.

"I could make you float here until I decide to drop you, you know," He said. She yelped and tried to slither out of his grasp, but with no such luck.

"You wouldn't." She said. He let go of her and kissed her.

"I could, but I wouldn't." She sat down on her bed, Danny doing the same, but sitting across from her. She looked down at her blanket, somewhat of a confused expression of her face. "What?" He asked.

"This is going to be different, isn't it?" She asked.

"Different how?"

"Our relationship. I'm not the shy, non-affectionate girl I was two years ago."

"So you've changed a little, that doesn't mean your a completely different person. You're just... different." She looked up at him, a strand of hair falling out of place.

"Is different good?" He smiled and tucked the hair behind her ear. That's not what concerned him. As long as she was here with him, making the right decisions, succeeding in life, that's all he cared about.

"Different is great."

Last chapter... it's over DX But now I have to work on Fix Me, the story t-rex989 challenged me with. The first chapter will probably be up soon, but I still have to continue writing it.

Review for the last time, I LURV YOU GUYS