Fire Lady

Here’s to the beginning of Zutara Week 2017. I won’t be participating in every day, but to make up I’m working on a Soulmate Series to finish off the week. To start off, here’s a slice of life that’s pretty weak on the zutara interaction, but I typically don’t write about their kids so I decided to give it a try.

“Mom, how did you know you would be a good Fire Lady? That the citizens would accept you?”

Katara had come to expect hard questions from their first born, their daughter Kya, but even this was a hard one to answer. “I didn’t. At first, I was very scared and I thought the world was against me.”

“Then why did you stay here?” The late teen was sitting on the other side of the low tea table Iroh had gifted the family.

“Because I loved your father. And after traveling around, I loved our people. What is this about Kya?” Katara had a feeling this was about the recent political engagement of Kya with an Earth Kingdom prince. It was more a loose “let’s hope they fall in love but if they don’t, it’s ok” agreement than anything. She moved to sit next to her daughter, brushing her dark brown hair away from her face.

“Prince Lee. I was thinking about how much damage was caused in the Earth Kingdom due to my family and how much they would hate me.”

“Hey,” Katara softly turned Kya’s face to look her in the eye, “The past is the past and no one can rewrite it, we can only learn-”

“And grow. I know.” Kya stood up and walked toward the window. She was turning into a politician, hardly showing her emotions at a time when she was probably very emotional.

Katara walked over to wrap her arms around, holding her daughter close while she still allowed her. When she looked out the window she saw her husband in the garden, going over firebending routines with their preteen son, Roku. They might have a smaller family than others, but it was perfect to her. Just the four of them.

“I know we said it would be up to you and Lee which court you stay in during the engagement, but I think you should spend time in both before you settle in the Capital. You would learn a lot. You would grow too. Being the Fire Lady isn’t just title. It’s a job and a mission. You’re going to be Fire Lady one day and I don’t want you to be afraid like I was but you have to take it seriously too.” Katara paused, squeezing her daughter close, “It helps when you love the one you’re married to as well.”

“You and dad have a fairytale romance though, it’s hard to have expectations like that.”

“It’s only a fairytale if you let it. Helps when you write the scroll yourself too.” Katara chuckled at the thought. Their marriage wasn’t perfect by any means, but they actively worked to make it the best they could. Zuko’s yell caught their attention. “Let’s go see what Roku burned this time.”

“Aren’t you glad I’m not a bender?” Kya said with a smile.

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Janstar number 13 please

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13- “I thought you were dead!”

“I thought you were dead!” Janna cried. Star had just gotten through the door of Marco’s house after the battle with Toffee. She thought she would sit for a minute, but Janna ran up to her and picked her up, spinning her in circles and laughing joyously. “I thought you were gone!” Janna cried. She set Star down and looked at her face and hair and eyes and hearts, just taking it all in.

“Why would you think I was dead?” Star asked. Janna fumed and pulled away. And then began ranting a mile a minute.

“WHY!? Because you vanished off the face of the Earth in the middle of the party! And then disappeared and then Marco said something about that lizard guy! And then he came home talking about the wild stuff you did!” She ranted. Without warning Janna dove into the Mewni girl’s arms and held her close.

“Woah! Janna, it’s cool, I’m fine.” Star smiled and tried to play the whole thing off like it was no big deal. But she looked so tired, and beat. Which was understandable. And her big peppy smile wasn’t as real as it normally was.

“No, you got hurt and I…” Janna trailed off and gave Star another hug. She stroked her long blonde hair and closed her eyes. “Don’t scare me like that.” Janna told her. Star smiled and hugged Janna tightly.

“I won’t. Never again… I-I’m sorry.” She mumbled. Janna shook her head.

“No, no, no.” Janna shook her head. “You have nothing to be sorry for I… come here.” Without much warning Janna scooped Star up in her arms. Star blushed violently as Janna placed her on the couch. “You look worn, get some rest. I’ll go get you some food.” Janna offered. Star smiled big.

“Please! I’ve had nothing but corn for weeks!” Star groaned. “I love corn but that was too much, man! Corn-overload… a corn-verload.” Star tried. Janna laughed and went into the kitchen of Marco’s house. She’d broken in enough times to know her way around.

Star settled down on the couch and Janna came out with a bowl of the Mewni girl’s favorite cereal. “You remembered my favorite cereal!?” Star exclaimed. Janna smiled and rubbed the back of her head a little sheepishly.

“Well… yeah I… I remember everything you say.” Janna then fell silent and her face burned red. “I-I mean… it’s not like a thing, you know? I just… you’ve always been…” Janna trialed off and look at Star. “Eat the dumb cereal.” She huffed.

Star laughed and took a big bite. “Thanks for being here. I really missed you Janna.” Star told her. Janna looked over at Star with big eyes and the girl grinned. “I have… I thought of you like, everyday. I thought of all my friends everyday to be honest, it was a scary time.” Star added. “But I thought of you… differently.” She tried.

“Is different good?” Janna asked, nervously. Star smiled and reached out to touch the human girl’s hand.

“Yeah… different is really good.” Star promised. Janna blushed and looked away, just sitting next to Star as she ate her cereal. Star told her everything that happened, and Janna told her how cool she must have looked when she grew her wings and killed Toffee once and for all. A comfortable silence then followed the stories, with the two girls enjoying the company they offered each other.

“You look tired.” Janna teased. “Look at you, your hair’s all messed up.” She poked fun and Star laughed.

“Shut-up!” Star laughed, as Janna played with her frizzy hair. “You’re one to talk, look at you, hat-hair.” She joked, sticking out her tongue. Janna laughed and the two teased each other playfully for a while longer. But each little poke was followed by a blush or loving look. One might even say they were flirting.

But there fun was cut off when Star yawned. “You seem really tired. I should go and let you get some rest.” Janna stood up. But Star took her hand.

“No, no… I mean, stay and talk with me until I fall asleep.” Star asked. “I just sort of don’t want to be alone right now.” She added. Janna smiled and sat back on the couch, wrapping a blanket around the cute blonde girl and holding her close.

“Okay. I’ll be right here.” Janna promised. Star smiled and closed her eyes, listening to Janna tell her all about how much everyone missed her dearly while she was gone. Star put a hand over her heart and cuddled closer. “We missed you like crazy. And I’m so happy you’re back.” Janna spoke, nuzzling her hair.

“I am too.” Star yawned again. Janna continued telling her about how awful summer had been without her, and how thrilled she was to have the Mewni girl back.

“Thanks for being part of our lives, Star.” Janna whispered. “Star?” She asked, when she didn’t hear a response. Janna looked down and saw she was sleeping soundly. “Goodnight, Star.”


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