What up guys? I felt really nostalgic for some reason and then poof. Fair warning, I don't really remember all the episodes and details but I remember the basics along with the episodes that I like so if I miss or forget something, then I apologize in advance. Hope you enjoy. I don't own DP or KP.

Middleton High school was in full swing this Tuesday morning. Teenagers were strolling around, idly chatting with their friends and goofing off before their next class. One teenager in particular was rummaging through his cluttered locker.

"Ron, we're going to be late!" Kim Possible, world renowned teen hero, scolded her friend lightly. She rolled her eyes as she watched him toss out a rotten banana that must have been weeks old.

"Just a sec KP," Ron Stoppable said, throwing out another crumpled piece of paper. "I gotta get Rufus out of here or else he might miss spirit week. The little guy would be crushed."

"Yeah, by the amount of stuff you have in there." Kim said.

Ron shouted in triumph as he finally found what he was looking for. "Rufus!"

In his hand, a tiny pink naked mole rat yawned and stretched as if it just woke up from a nap.

Kim didn't know why but her best friend just absolutely refused to get a normal pet for himself. She was just about to say as much but then her train of thought took a nosedive when Josh walked by. She barely even noticed the hand that was waving in front of her face.

"Hello? Kim? You there?" Ron said, snapping her out of her crush induced daze.

"Huh? Did you say something Ron?" Kim said, watching as Josh walked away after putting up a poster for the upcoming dance on Friday.

He followed her line of sight and spotted Mankey disappearing down the hall.

Ron shook his head. "Kim Possible, all around crime fighter and shark wrestler, afraid of a teenage guy."

"A really hot teenage guy," Kim corrected. "I just can't seem to find the right moment to ask him to the dance."

A familiar beeping tone sounded from her backpack and she quickly brought out her communicator or as she liked to call it, the "Kimmunicator".

"Talk to me Wade." Kim said. The screen displayed a young boy surrounded by multiple computers.

"Meet me at your locker." He said before he disconnected the call.

The two teens rushed down the halls but someone had just rounded the corner around the same time as they did. Kim collided into the person and fell backward on her butt.

"Are you okay?" She heard him say before a hand was offered to her and she took it.

"Yeah, I'm fine. Sorry." Kim said. She finally got a good look at who she ran into and she had to hold back a startled gasp.

Deep sky blue eyes peered back at her and for some reason she found herself at a loss for words. The boy standing in front of her was slightly taller than both her and Ron, a fact that she never noticed before. He wore a plain black shirt under his unzipped white jacket along with jeans and sneakers. He didn't look as freakish as the rumors made him out to be. In fact, he looked quite, dare she say it, kind of cute.

"Uh do I have something on my face?" He asked.

As soon as the words left his mouth, Kim flushed as she realized that she had been staring at him. "No! No, it's just-"

"Kim, we got a mission remember?" Ron reminded her before she could finish.

"Right, um we'll just get going." Kim excused herself and resumed their dash to her locker.

"See you around Danny!" Ron called back.

The raven-haired teen gave him a two finger salute in return before walking off in the opposite direction.

Kim sent a questioning look toward her friend.

"What?" Ron asked. "I hang out with him sometimes. He's a cool dude. I don't know why everyone avoids him."

"We'll talk about this later." Kim said, a tad bit annoyed that her best friend failed to mention that fact.

They opened her locker and found Wade printing out their new mission. Apparently, Dr. Drakken was in Tokyo taking over a video game factory of all places. While Ron excitedly chattered about the new Z-boy as they made their way out of school, her thoughts drifted back towards the boy she had heard a lot about but never truly interacted with until today.

She had to admit that she was a bit curious as to how Ron of all people managed to approach Danny Fenton, the enigma of Middleton High.

Danny sighed as he shoved his locker closed after putting away the books he won't need for the night. The day seemed to drag on longer than he thought. Fortunately for him, he actually managed to make it to school on time, which was a rare occurrence nowadays. Danny not being tardy meant that Mr. Barkin had no reason to assign him detention.

Best of all, there wasn't a single ghost attack for the past two nights. Two nights of a full uninterrupted sleep had never felt so good…

Double checking his bag, he zipped it close and started to navigate through the waves of students that were all heading home. To be honest, it wasn't that hard. Everyone pretty much thought he was invisible and anyone else who did acknowledge his presence quickly veered away from him. Yep, that was just one of the perks of being the resident outcast.

It all started a year ago after his accident down in his parent's lab. He had tried convincing himself that it had all been some messed up dream until he literally fell through the floor of his own room. And so it all went downhill from there. To the rest of his classmates, it was as if he had suddenly forgotten how to walk and use his hands with how clumsy he became. It got so bad that he wasn't even allowed to handle beakers and other school equipment after he broke a couple dozen. However, what they didn't know was that it was just his ghost powers acting up.

If he had known that trying to fix that portal to cheer his parents up would give him ghost powers, then he probably would have never even set foot in the lab to begin with and would have just bought them a cake or something to cheer them up. His abilities were more trouble than they were worth.

It was an absolute nightmare for the first month. Trying to evade the notice of his parents, the leading ghost experts in the entire world, was no easy feat. Granted that his parents could be a bit dense at times, but they still managed to keep him on his toes by building new inventions that never failed to either be useful to him or be a pain in the ass.

Danny had been planning to tell them early on but every time the opportunity presented itself, he always ended up blurting out something else. The phrase "rip apart molecule by molecule" that his parents often used when talking about ghosts never failed to trigger his instinct for self-preservation, but it was more than that. He was afraid of how they would react to the news. Would they be happy that their son was into the ghost hunting business? Would they be angry because of all the lies or disappointed by his lack of trust?

Danny wished he had the answers because he sure as hell didn't know, but for the time being, his parents were better off not knowing, especially after the reunion in Wisconsin…

He had no idea how long this truce between them would last but if he exposed himself now, there was no telling what the other one would do.

It was becoming harder to pull the curtain over his parents nowadays due to the fact that Jazz already left for college. She had been the only person to figure out his secret and had even covered for him whenever she could. There were several close calls that would have revealed his secret had Jazz not been there. Danny would never admit this to her in person but he really did miss his older sister. She was always the voice of reason that kept him grounded.

The young half-ghost let out a morose sigh at the way his life turned out. He had been too busy thinking about the events of the past year that he didn't realize where his feet were taking him. He now stood just outside the open double doors of the gym where the cheerleaders of Middleton High were practicing.

"Go Mad Dogs! Go Mad Dogs!"

The cheerleaders chanted along to the beat of their choreography. They've been practicing the new routine for over a week and they nearly have it down perfectly. The finale was an incomplete pyramid formation because unfortunately, their so-called captain was called away on another mission.

"Good job girls, I think we're done for today." Bonnie spoke to the rest of the girls. "Same time tomorrow,"

"Think Kim will be here for it?" One of the girls asked sarcastically. It had become something of an inside joke among them. They had nothing against their captain but sometimes it was frustrating to have Kim away when they needed to practice.

"Oh, who knows?" Another replied. "Let's just go home, my feet are killing me."

"Okay let's pack it up!" Bonnie said and they all started heading towards the changing rooms.

As they picked up their bags, Bonnie overheard a couple of her team members mumbling with each other and pointing at the doors. Curiously, she followed their gaze and was surprised to see a person standing there watching them. She knew who he was right away by the jacket and his trademark messy raven hair. As soon as Bonnie made eye contact with said person, he immediately ducked his head and left.

"Man what a freak." Chelsea, one of their members whispered to her friend.

"Yeah, I know right?" her friend, Emily, replied. "And apparently he's a creep too. How long has he been standing there?"

"You shut your stupid face, bitch!" Someone hissed out.

The two girls were surprised by the fierce glare Bonnie was giving them. They also noted how the girl's hands were clenched into fists at her side.

"Whoa, chill out Bonnie." Chelsea said. "What's the big deal?"

"Yeah, I mean even you have to admit how weird Fenton is." Emily added. "Something's not right with that guy."

"Shut the hell up!" Bonnie got right up in their faces. "If I hear you say one more thing about Danny, I will personally make your lives a living hell, got it?"

The two girls gulped and hastily nodded before rushing out of the gym, not wanting to inflict any more of Bonnie's wrath.

The tan girl watched the two tramps leave before feeling a hand on her shoulder. She turned to see her friend Tara, giving her a sad smile.

"Don't say it Tara." Bonnie snapped at the blonde.

The girl gave a dejected sigh. "Please, Bonnie? You know how Danny is and at this rate, he won't want to talk to us if he thinks you're still mad at him."

"I am still mad at him!" Bonnie growled. "It's been a year Tara! He's had plenty of chances to come talk to us. Obviously he doesn't care, so why should we make an effort?"

"But I do!" Tara argued. "I care and so do you. The three of us have been friends since first grade. There has to be a reason why he's avoiding us all this time."

"Don't you get it Tara? Danny doesn't want to be friends with us anymore!" Bonnie exclaimed heatedly. "He doesn't talk to us for a month after his accident and when we do finally manage to corner him, he blows up in our faces! Do you think you're the only one who wants things to go back to the way they were? Do you think you're the only one who cried herself to sleep when our best friend told us he didn't want to be around us anymore?!"

By this point, tears were freely trailing down Bonnie's face as she ended her rant and Tara wasn't any better off. Before she knew it, the blonde had already wrapped her arms around her friend and the two of them quietly sobbed. Fortunately for them, the rest of their team had already left the school so there was no one there to witness their tears.

"I just miss him, so much." Bonnie sniffled, pulling away from the hug.

"Me too." Tara said wiping her tear stained face with her hands.

And so, the two friends made their way to the locker rooms to change out of their cheerleading uniforms before heading home. Their thoughts still turned to a certain raven-haired boy who had always been there for them through thick and thin. Nowadays, they were lucky to even catch a glimpse of him at school.

Sometimes, they couldn't help but think how much of a ghost Danny has become in their lives…

And done. Hope you guys like it. Tell me what you think and review, review, review!