for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away
like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf.
The good you do for others is good you do yourself."
~ Norman Wesley Brooks
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
awwwwww so cuteI already loved the HTTYD, and this short was great too!
"A woodland in full color is awesome as a forest fire, in magnitude at least, but a single tree is like a dancing tongue of flame to warm the heart."
It was a calm, cool night. As evening fell across the cloudless sky at Air Temple Island, Katara began her periodic routine. She finished tidying up the dishes she had used from that day's meals she had eaten alone, and took a walk by the sea.
Being near the water, feeling the push and pull of the powerful waves, hearing the foamy liquid crash against the sides of the rocks, and breathing in the salty smell gave her a sense of security. It calmed her to be so near the sea. Since she is a waterbender, being so close to a large and striking body of water gave her an enlightened feeling and it put her in a bit of a happy mood
Finding Each OtherTokka: Finding Each Other~
Toph's thin lifeless puppet of a body slammed the hard floor with a sickening crunch sound. A raspy sigh escaped her lips just as the entire world went black.
In her mind, Toph was near her husband, the Water Tribe councilman Sokka and he was being bloodbent severely. She tried to cry out, but she could force no sound from her throat. She too was being bloodbent. She was forced to listen as his strong figure was being disturbingly twisted into unnatural poses and angles. The sound of the twisting made her want to vomit. His awful screams of pain reached her ears and caused her heart to race in fear. She couldn't p
Kataang Week Day 1 - Rebirth"Aang what's wrong? Please tell me," Katara inquired helplessly of her husband. Aang had been acting distant and crestfallen lately, and it worried her deeply. This wasn't like him. She didn't have a clue as to what the matter could be. They were happily married, they had an exciting life, and they lived only a few blocks away from their best friends and newlyweds, Toph and Sokka. In her eyes, everything was glorious. The war had ended, peaceful times had begun, and life was serene and blissful. So why was Aang acting this way? His usual fun-loving electrifying attitude had been replaced by despair and sadness. He was deteriorating before her
"If there's something that you're dreaming of then may it all come true, because you deserve it all...HAPPY BIRTHDAY."