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Back to School

By AlyceSeafire

Humor

Meeting and Brothers

The six children of Kronos were having their annual family get together. And again instead of a normal family get together of brothers and sister, the three brothers were arguing again and their sisters were all just waiting for the three to come to their senses. Their sisters have had enough of their constant bickering.

"Why do they do this every year?" Hera exclaimed

"Tell me about it their children get along fine” Demeter said

"Seriously they act like children" Hera said

Hestia smirked "maybe they need to feel what it’s like to be a child"

The two goddesses looked at each other than their older sister

"What do you mean?" Hera asked curiously

"Maybe all that time as children had actually did people some good" she said "that time growing up learning about each other. Those three never did, Hades and Poseidon had and it wasn’t exactly a pleasant place to start with. Maybe that's why those two don't fight as much"

"So what you’re suggesting is to keep them in a room for 'quality time'?"

"Not exactly" Hestia said " I was thinking somewhere within the lines of school and mortals"

Hera smiled "that might actually be crazy enough to work"

They looked at their three brothers. “Let’s do it” Demeter insisted

Hestia offered the both of them a hand. They both took it and began chanting. A glow started to erupt around them. The three brothers were now around them

“What’s going on around here?”

But they ignored him. A blinding light flashed then the three brothers were down.


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