- This was totally Supermans idea
- He brings a pie Ma made.
- Diane brings Cassie and Donna.
- The Flash family is the reason there is no races for picnic games.
- Hal brings any Green Latern members on Earth that day.
- The arrow family is all there. Dinah might have given them no option….
- The whole bat gang is present. Most members didn’t even know how many there were till now. Alfred made their food for the potluck.
- Jason only showed up cause Roy was having to go. They invited Starfire too.
- J'onn got put has refree.
- Aquaman and his group won the swimming event.
- They are competive families. Like there’s no prize but bragging rights.
- Someone calls unfair on how big the batfamily is. They might have won three legged race. Tim and Damian were the winners.
- Jon and Damian wondering off. They thought they saw a turkey.
- Jason getting annoyed with Dick and decided to play how many girls here as Dick dated.
- Lian calling dibbs on Dinah as her partner for the egg tossing contest. Dinah stuck her tongue out the boys who are now partners for that contest.
- So much food. Everyone brought tons. It’s a mesh of everyones culture.
- Alfred’s cookies went fast they are lengend.
- The Wonder family won tug a war.
Okay so Tim has a little girl and it's her 3rd birthday how does he and the batfam celebrate and what do they get her?
SHE GETS THE THRONE OF HIS SHOULDERS FOR THE WHOLE DAY SHE GETS TO LOOK OVER EVERYONE’S HEADS LIKE A GROWN UP!!
there’s a little get together with the whole batfam and she gets a crown and a party with streamers and clean table cloths because three is the age the brain finishes basic development and there’s a good chance she’ll remember it
bruce gets her another blanket and it’s the softest thing anyone has ever felt and he demands to hold his grandchild for at least an hour on her birthday.
dick lets her step up onto his toes and dance with him a little and he coos about how good she is the whole time
jason showers her in bows and clips them to her hair and tosses her up in the air a couple of times while she giggles
cass got her older disney cartoon movies and gives them right to tim- they are all individually wrapped with bows on them
steph gives her those big hand made dresses that you see in boutiques with frills on the edges and helps her change into it so she really does look like a princess!!
barbara got her a new pair of durable shoes and lets her feel the pointy tips on the batgirl mask. tim collects his kid before she pokes her eye out with the ears.
damian is very serious and places the first knife he ever trained with into her baby hand and tells her that her training would commence soon and that, while drake wasn’t the most suitable teacher, he had high expectations of her.
reactions include jason’s voice going into a deep ‘HOLY SHIT’, dick sprinting over to get the knife from across the room, bruce dropping his drink and also sprinting over, grabbing damian by the shoulders, tim getting the knife first and kicking it away from his daughter, cass scowling at damian, stephanie immediately yelling at him as they crowd around tim’s little girl, and barbara trying to look over the cluster of bats, trying to see if she needs medical help.
Cisco’s fingers start tapping out a haphazard rhythm on his thigh as he checks the camera for the ten millionth time. Every time he tells himself that he’ll look and Barry will be there, Barry will be there waiting for him, and every time he’s wrong.
Every single time.
He frowns. Checks again. Still nothing.
Jesse and Wally were found unconscious on the floor by Harry and Joe-one of which had almost broken down at the sight of their child on the floor, because it was the second one that night that could have been dead. Discovering their pulses had only made it marginally better.
Cisco checked the cameras again.
What felt like a lifetime ago, Barry had touched his arm and told him that they would find each other. Anywhere, anytime. That the universe wanted them to know each other.
And, perhaps foolishly, Cisco had believed it.
Now Barry is gone. The flesh was peeled from his skin as he screamed, lightning dancing around him like a set of electrical wings pulling him away. Then there was nothing at all, just a flash of too-bright white light that scorched itself into Cisco’s eyes and the acrid smell of chemicals.
“We’ll find each other,” Cisco promises the broken machine that they strapped his friend into. His fingers tighten on the sides as his vision starts blurring. Everything went wrong, and it all could be traced back to a moment years ago when a man was sent to prison after supposedly stabbing his wife in the heart. And even though it may not have seemed like it, Cisco secretly held on to the hope that it had been him.
That he had been the one to convince Barry to come back to the present instead of saving his mother, despite all of the evidence that pointed to it being Iris. Joe. His father Henry. Not Cisco, who didn’t matter in the grand scheme of the universe unless it was to destroy it.
Something tickles in the back of his throat, and this time Cisco can’t stop himself from bowing his head and letting out a small choked sobbing sound. But he stops himself immediately afterwards. No weakness. Show no weakness. Later, later he can let himself break down.
But now he has to save Barry. Save Caitlin.
He’s the only one left, Cisco realizes absently, before stopping as the knowledge is fully absorbed into his brain.
Ronnie is dead. Caitlin is gone, taken by a monster. Hartley is Hartley, a tentative ally at best. Thawne-Wells is gone, erased from existence or something. Barry is de-Barry is missing.
Out of them all, he’s the only one left.
Cisco closes his eyes and repeats the phrase over and over again in his head. We’ll find each other. The universe wants us to be bros.
We’ll find each other.
Cisco doesn’t know when he stopped believing that that was true.
September book photo challenge - 18 Recommended to me
Kiera Cass’s the selection. I had some concerns about this book when my friend Carol recommended it to me, so I waited a long time to read it. I should have trusted Carol from the beginning. I loved this series!
A/N: Okay, so my InuKag piece is based off of this prompt, and is dedicated as a late birthday present to the wonderful and lovely @sankontesu. You’re not just one of my best friends, but you were my very first friend in this fandom. This is something that will be getting a part two, but here is part one for now.
Kagome Higurashi was practically bouncing with
excitement as she straightened her long blonde wig, and put the finishing
touches on her purple eye shadow.
Everything had to be perfect, just right, not a hair out of place, not a
flower out of line, not a thread poking out. Disney held themselves to a particularly high standard, especially when it came to attention to detail, and all their employees had to comply.
She had loved Disney ever since she was a little
girl, so when she finally got the chance to work at the Tokyo theme park, she had
absolutely jumped at it. And it was incredible
– being able to make people’s dreams really coming true. The look on some of the little girls’ faces
when they met their Princess idols was enough to make her squeal as soon as she
was done her shift. The days were long
and it wasn’t always a simple walk in the park, but she loved it.
It would have been perfect; too, if the man they had
hired to play the Flynn Rider to her Rapunzel hadn’t been such an ass.