“We need to hurry.” ― Rick Riordan, “Before I could lose my courage, I said, "Don't I get a kiss for luck? Yes, that sounded good.” ― Rick Riordan, “She tied her blond hair back with a strip of denim torn from her pants leg, and in the fiery light of the river, her grey eyes flickered. He was so glad that they were together, he had the ridiculous urge to smile.” ― Rick Riordan, “As soon as the rocky coast line of the island came into view, I ordered one of the ropes to wrap around Annabeth's waist, tying her to the foremast. Instead, she drew her knife and stared at the army marching toward us. Then, we'll see.” ― Rick Riordan, “She decided she'd rather die in some less memorable way- maybe falling down the stairs, or going peacefully in her sleep at the age eighty, after a nice quiet life with Percy.
How long does it take for you to just go to the bathroom? Annabeth yanked the door open quickly out of frustration, resulting Percy falling on top of her on the bathroom floor."Is this my punishment for taking five minutes more than I usually do? How are you supposed to stand when the floor beneath your feet is yanked out, causing you to hit the floor tailbone first? Like everything that I've come to know and love is just, gone. It slipped right between my fingers like sand on the beach. The mere thought of water or the beach reminds me of him and how much he loved to take me there. It would be just the two of us on the sand, falling asleep to the sound of the sea and the salty smell of the water. Dreaming about our future lives together, how we'd be safe and free from any troubles.Based off of this headcanon by the amazing Mariana:"But how many times Sally teased Percy about him and Annabeth going out in a date and Percy always was “ITS JUST A MOVIE MOM” “JUST A SILLY DINNER” “BOWLING MOM, JUST BOWLING” “SHE IS FORCING ME TO GO TO THE LIBRARY WITH HER” until the day he finally said “Yes mom, we’re going on a date”"Sally's POV. I just had a question.”Sally sighed as the tight knot that had been forming in her stomach loosened. You know, from camp.” Percy’s voice tightened, a hint of impatience creeping into his tone.“I know who Annabeth is, honey. It was the sunday after Thanksgiving and Paul had come over to help them eat leftover turkey that even after four meals seemed likely to last another week. But the report’s due friday and this was the only time we could get together.”“What movie are you watching? “Speaking of Annabeth…” Sally moved swiftly toward the door, leaving her boys to sort things out.Set between Battle of the Labyrinth and "Staff of Hermes." Ridiculously fluffy and ridiculous. “Oh, good.” She motioned to her co-worker Jeanette. ”“I wanted to ask if I could stay out a bit later than usual.”Sally’s forehead wrinkled, considering. You’ve got that big History test tomorrow.”“But that’s why I’d be out late. I just didn’t know she was in New York.” “Yeah, she’s going to this fancy girls’ school this year. Look, she wants to meet me at the library in half an hour. She felt lucky that Percy and Paul got along so well, for the most part.Speaking into the phone, she continued, “Hang on for a second, honey. The older woman had three grandchildren, so no other explanation was needed. Sally knew that part of the reason that Percy had made it through his first year at Goode was because Paul had been looking out for him.I’m gonna take this in the office.” As she pressed the button to place the call on hold, Jeanette stepped behind the counter. Sally ducked into the back of the store and retrieved the call, “Okay, I’m back.”“Hey mom. I’m sorry.” Any other 15-year old boy might have been embarrassed that his mom was concerned. And she worked very hard not to get in the middle of any disagreements between them, especially about academics. ” Percy asked, shifting uncomfortably.“Uh, sure.” Annabeth shrugged off her backpack, then allowed Percy to help her out of the charcoal grey peacoat. ” Sally recognized the mischievous twinkle in her fiance’s eyes.