My PJO story

I was in 8th grade and I knew of the movie but never the books and as I spoke with my friend Gabriella who had almost all the books she told me I had to read it and the next day she gave me the first book the moment it touched my hands I knew this was going to be a wild ride and as I kept reading and reading I finished the book that I never really put down I knew I was in and going to go with it till the end I might not have been there from the beginning but these Characters taught me so many things  Annabeth Chase showed me that being wise doesn’t make you any less strong, Grover Underwood showed me that its okay to be afraid but to always confront what scares you, Thalia Grace showed me that sacrifice is sacred, Luke Castellan showed me that if you make mistakes their is always a chance to fix them, Nico Di Angelo showed me that being alone can be sad but as long as you remember those closest to you you will always feel them near and that sometimes your never really alone, Clarisse showed me that sometimes your the black sheep in the family and that’s okay because that makes you special, Hazel Levesque showed me that the past is in the past and that the present and the future from here on out is what matters, Frank Zhang taught me that no matter who you are or where your from their is always going to be something incredibly unique as long as we believe in ourselves, Piper McLean taught me that beauty always comes from within and that love always prevails, Jason Grace taught me that confronting the past is an important part of moving forward, Rachel dare showed that being normal is okay and that no matter what you make your own destiny, Reyna Avila Ramirez who is PUERTO RICAN ( like me whoo) that where you come from doesn’t matter so long as you keep those sweet memories within you and you make your own home no matter what challenges…. and now the one lesson that really makes me sad to know that this story is soon coming to an end Percy Jackson showed me that Friends and Family are most important…

These Characters changed my life… and I will Always ALWAYS keep them close to my heart.. no matter how it ends because they have been my best friend whenever I thought I was alone so for those who will in the future read Percy Jackson and the lightning thief… treat those character with love and compassion…because they will be there for you whenever you feel alone

~Bloody Truth of Life


okay you wont read this until morning now because you’re a normal human who goes to bed at a human time but HAPPY belated BIRTHDAY, LOTTIE!!! We’ve been friends for over two years now which is insane and I am so grateful for your terrible humour and general loveliness. hope you had an awesome day, hon xx

(shoutout to Rachel for being a trooper and cheerleading me through this)


The classroom was too warm. Percy’s eyelids drooped heavily as he stared at the screen at the front of class. His knuckles pressed into his cheek as he propped his head up with his elbow on the desk and tried his best to stay awake but, god, Mr Harries knew how to make the stages of mitosis the most boring thing on the planet. It was a shame, because Percy usually loved biology, at least he enjoyed the classes a lot more when Dr Steinberg taught it, but she had to go and get pregnant and leave her class of Juniors with a man who could make bungee jumping sound like a dull experience.

It was a good thing Percy took AP Biology to make up for the mind-numbing quality of this class. But then again, perhaps it was less the class and its teacher, and more him; it took a great deal to keep him focused in class. When he was twelve years old, he was formally diagnosed with ADHD, something his mother still referred to as “an active mind” but he’d noticed the exhausted look of relief on her face when she was given a name for what her son was dealing with, so they might know how to tackle it better.

Percy had always tried to be a good kid, but he was aware of the strain he’d caused on his mother’s life. Bringing up a hyperactive child alone while working two shitty jobs can’t have been an easy thing to do. Sally Jackson, as far as Percy was concerned, was the best woman in the world, and deserved a far better deal than what she’d been given. She had caught a break recently, when she started dating Paul Blofis. And while Percy was appropriately mortified by the knowledge that his mom was dating his English teacher, he knew the guy made her happy so he couldn’t really object all that much.

When the bell finally rang for the end of class, Percy paid attention to Mr Harries long enough to note down their homework. He had his bag on his shoulders and was standing next to Grover’s desk as his friend hastened to shove his books into his bag and pick his crutches up.

“Where’s the fire?” Percy asked as Grover all but ran for the door, swinging wildly on his crutches.

Grover looked over his shoulder. “Enchilada day in the cafeteria, bro.”

Percy’s head fell back as he groaned dramatically. “Dude, I’m not running to the caf—”

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anonymous asked:

Percabeth, finding out each other's disgusting habits :)

Annabeth stared at him. ‘Did you just eat that?’

'What?' he said, swallowing the popcorn.

'Off the floor. You ate it off the floor, like a dog.'

'Five second rule, it's fine!'

'The bacteria and dirt doesn't wait five seconds before touching the food you drop on the floor.'

He stuffed another handful of popcorn into his mouth. ‘What’s the big deal?’

'It's disgusting.'

'Everyone does disgusting things.'

'I don't.'

He looked at her and raised one eyebrow. ‘You fart in your sleep, Annabeth.’

'I do not.'

He nodded, looking at the TV screen. ‘Yeah, you do.’

She scoffed, slightly horrified. ‘I don’t,’ she said meekly.

'Yeah, you do.'

'Well… you still shouldn't eat food off the floor.'

'You stop farting in your sleep and I'll stop eating off the floor.'

I can’t say no to you guys

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By the time 5am rolled around Annabeth’s butt was numb. Percy stared up at her as she stretched her clasped hands over her head and shivered as her t-shirt rode up, exposing her belly.

Percy cleared his throat. ‘Wanna go explore?’

Annabeth straightened her top, raising an eyebrow at him. ‘We’re in a hotel.’

Percy stood and gave her a crooked little grin. ‘Exactly.’

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if you like pina coladas (and getting caught in the rain)

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Percy awkwardly unlocked the green front door to his apartment and slipped through sideways, clutching a mess of papers under one arm and nearly dropping them as he kicked the door shut behind him.

‘Annabeth?’ he called out as the door slammed home.

‘Bathroom.’ Came the lazy reply.

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Okay, this is a little project I started way back in January and have finally managed to finish, I had a lot of fun writing it and I hope you enjoy reading it. Shout out to Mari for keeping me sane, and to Lottie who was a hero and beta-ed for me.

When they were four, she made him cry. When they were twenty-three, he made her cry. There have been numerous incidents in-between, but these two stand out above everything else. Because the first time signified the beginning of their friendship, and the other signified the end of it.

Word Count: 19,874

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