This is it

The finale of this story



I know the last chapter was really short and stupid and stuff… But I've been busy.


Percy Jackson had graduated from Goode High. He was going to go to NYU to study Marine Biology and he had gotten himself a swim coach and was training whenever he had free time. Except weekends, those were the days he reserved for Annabeth.

Annabeth Chase had graduated from Goode High. She was going to Art Institute of Manhattan (AN: I don't think that exists I just made that up) to study for architecture. She was going on scholarship.

Unfortunately, they both had dorms. This meant that they didn't see each other too much other than the weekends. Sometimes they didn't get to see each other at because of their studies.

Even before heading off to University, they knew they wouldn't have much time together. They spent all summer just relaxing and enjoying each other's company.

Day before school started, Sally and Paul are out eating dinner.

Annabeth sighed and looked down at her lazy boyfriend. She had something on her mind that was really agitating her. She set down her book. Percy looked up at her. He was lying down with his head in her lap. He had gone and met his swimming coach and taken a shower after that and she had to say, he did a good job drying his hair.

"Hey, Wise Girl, what's up?"

"I was just… thinking."

Percy smiled, "Not much of surprise there, huh?" She slapped Percy's arm. Then rolled her eyes and sighed. "I was thinking about when we go to Uni."

Her boyfriend raised in eyebrow which was utterly adorable, "What about it?"

"I'm just going to miss you a lot." Percy got up and kissed the top of her head.

"I'm gonna miss you, too. I guess I'll just have to wait till winter holidays and the weekends. We could still see each other on the weekends."

She nodded, "I guess I'm just used to seeing you 5 days a week at school instead of none."

He pulled her into a tight hug and she nuzzled closer.

"Remember when we first met?" he whispered catching her by surprise. Percy was rarely ever nostalgic.

"Yeah, I remember."

"Did you like me or hate me?"

"I thought you were cute and really nice." She paused, "I guess I liked you a bit and it grew over time. I thought it was just some dumb school-girl thing since half the female student body liked you."

Percy chuckled, "Well, you know, the difference was that I actually liked you back."

There was a silence. Needless to say, Percy broke it.

"If you did like me, you covered it up pretty well."

"Did I now? OK my turn for questions, what was the first thing you liked about me?"

"Well, other than Layla and my other friends, you were the first girl that didn't look like she took thirty minutes to get ready in the morning."

"Seriously? How long does Layla take?"

"About ten minutes?"

"Her shoes look like they take ten minutes."

"Basically she just grabs a shirt and pants, changes, and then puts on her shoes, and then she runs over to my apartment, grabs breakfast and leaves. That's what that table is there for."

Annabeth laughed.

"Percy you didn't have to drop me off." Percy forced a smile.

"If I didn't I would have had to watch you leave earlier." He said as he helped unload her stuff. She had 2 suitcases. One of which was dedicated to her architectural supplies. She shouldered her backpack and looked at her boyfriend sadly. She kissed his cheek and said quietly, "I'm really going to miss you."

He pursed his lips, "I'm going to miss you too." He closed the trunk of his car and got into the driver seat. He watched her cross the street to her new school and turn around too look at him. He waved at her then reluctantly closed the door.

She watched him drive off and wished that NYU was closer.

Hahahahahahahaha torturing yoouuuuuuu.

Now you have to wait! Wait until I write the sequel.

This epilogue was sad and stuff. Hehehe I'm mean.

The dresses are getting coloured and scanned today. I hope.