A.N. Hey, guys. This is my second fanfiction, and it's basically just a series of Danny Phantom OneShots. Might be updated every day for a week, then not touched again for a month. You have been warned. Whenever the plotbunnies amass and attack, I'll add another chapter, but they don't exactly follow a regular schedule, so…
By the way, I'm new to fanfiction-well, the whole posting stories part of fanfiction, I've been reading and reviewing other peoples' stories for at least a year now-and I'm still figuring out how to work it. So if the format seems screwy, or something else is wrong, I'm sorry. Please notify me through a review. Constructive criticism is always appreciated, but I'm out of marshmallows and, as such, don't really have a use for flames. So please don't flame my stories, because it's a waste of your time and not to mention very rude.
Disclaimer; Butch Hartman is a guy. Butch Hartman owns Danny Phantom. I am a girl. Thus, I do not own Danny Phantom. Got it? Good.
Danny didn't know why he was lying down on what seemed to be grass. He didn't know where he was, although if he had to guess, he'd say it was a probably a park. He didn't know how he'd gotten there. He didn't know why he couldn't remember anything about the past few days.
And he didn't know why he didn't care. A strange sense of peace engulfed him, and after all the ghost-fighting and paranoia and bad media he'd been subjected to over the past several months, Danny found himself giving in easily to the feeling of relief. It was a welcome change not to be afraid anymore…or hurt by what other people, including his parents, were saying about him…or anxious…or nervous…or anything, really.
Sighing softly, Danny opened his eyes; he hadn't even realized they were closed. One spandex-covered arm was across one eye, resting on his head. It partially covered the other eye, too, but Danny could still see a good slice of the outside world.
Green light filtered through the foliage at the edges of his vision; the gentle rays of sun were warm on Danny's cold form. A few clouds were visible, so translucent that Danny could see the blue sky above them.
Unmoving, Danny stared upwards. Slowly, he processed the new information and realized that though he had a vague sense of urgency-wasn't he supposed to be somewhere?-he didn't really want to get up.
So he didn't.
This one's pretty short…the A.N.s put together are almost as long as the actual post. :P I'll try to put a longer one up next time, but no promises.
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