A Not So Happy EndingIt may be hard to believe now, but I haven't always been this bitter. If you think about it it's funny. Since It happened everyone's life has gotten better:
Mama and Papa got back together;
Blackstar started acting like a normal person, and he eventually married Tsubaki. They now have three kids. A girl and two twin boys.
Death the kid finally connected the Sanzu lines on his head and replaced his father as the shiginami.
Liz and Patty opened a Bakery and regularly launch cake and other pastries at small children.
Everyone's lives might be perfect, but mine is far from perfect. I haven't been the least bit happy since he died...Since Soul died. My life just crumpled and washed away like sand in the wind. You know that saying you never know what you have until it's gone? That's how it was with Soul. The day he died Is the day I realized how much of my life he actually was...It was also the day I broke apart.
Thinking back it was really my fault. Everyone tells me It's not, But I know th
Maka Albarn woke up just like any other day. The birds were singing, Soul was snoring, and the sun had risen high into the sky. She got out of bed, took a quick shower, and started on breakfast. Humming to herself, she mixed some pancake batter, and then hesitantly added chocolate chips. For some reason, she knew she needed to make herself as happy as possible before noon. She didn't know why, she just knew she had to. Like for some reason today was a bad day. She had no idea why she felt like that, after all it was a beautiful summer day. She could be content in wearing a dark green miniskirt and a white tank top with her hair down, instead of wearing her bulky school uniform and pigtails. She heard shuffling from the other side of the room, and turned to see none other than her partner sitting at the kitchen table.
"Good Morning Soul! You want some pancakes?" She asked her half-asleep roommate in a sing-song voice.
"Sure, by the way d