Final Fantasy VII, Life Ever After; Chapter 10 Destroyed

So, I just got around to putting te last few chapters of this on here. It's pretty old and I can't be bothered editing. Though, to be honest, I'm so out of practice that it's probably better than anything I could write now, almost ten years on.

In case you've hit this page from some random link out there on the internet: Chapter 1

Well, this is it; the final chapter. Hope you all enjoyed reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Copyright: Characters not mine... blah, blah... you know the drill.

Final Fantasy VII, Life Ever After; Chapter 9 Reunited

In case you've hit this page from some random link out there on the internet: Chapter 1

Copyright: Characters not mine... blah, blah... you know the drill.

Ah, the angst!

Final Fantasy VII, Life Ever After; Chapter 8; Reunited

In case you've hit this page from some random link out there on the internet: Chapter 1

Wyna's pic for this one: Intercepted... which I can't find on the interwebs or in my own collection any more so... damnit. That was a nice picture too!

Copyright: Characters not mine... blah, blah... you know the drill.

I dread to think how many times this has been done before... but I couldn't help myself.

Final Fantasy VII, Life Ever After; Chapter 7; Secrets

I have no images for this one either.

Copyright: Characters not mine... blah, blah... you know the drill.

Tseng and Elena... always getting left for dead. And how does Vincent know so much about the Silver Haired Men?

In case you've hit this page from some random link out there on the internet: Chapter 1


Being Kind

I've cried a fair bit this morning, reading all of the tributes to Robin Williams on Twitter and Facebook. He lifted the hearts of millions, was a friend to many without ever meeting them. He made us happy, and he made us grab life. Now he's gone and the reports are that it was by his own hand.

There are, then, nestled among the tributes to his warmth and work, people talking about depression, anxiety and suicide. People talking about how they were held back from the brink by a few words, a hug, a person just being there. Most of all the idea of kindness has come up.

Be kind.

I haven't always succeeded, but I have tried to be kind. I want to make people smile (that's why chose catering as a career). I'm not the class clown but I try to make people laugh, when I can. You might not think it, but this attitude does save lives.

Make people smile.

I know that I have, completely without trying or even knowing it at the time, saved two friends' lives. One heard me yelling obscenities at the VHS player down the hall in student digs and laughed, which put an end to their plans right there. Another simply heard my voice in their head, doing my usual tough love thing.

I wasn't even there, but my past actions held them back.

Be kind. You might save a friend's life.