You could go home today, but something inside you told you to stay.. You wanted to leave but at the same time, you NEEDED to stay. You were packing up to leave today, and it wasn't easy. Arthur seemed sad, atleast the future one would be happy! You were trying not to cry but of course, being the girl you were you couldn't help it... You let the tears stream down your face with occasional sniffles. You shoved everything that came over with you into your pockets. Arthur was drawing the magic circle on the cabin floor with the chalk he kept hidden in his pocket. As you finished, he did too.
"Are you ready to go, _______? Are sure you have everything? You wouldn't want to leave anything..." He sighed as you nodded reassurance. You took your place inside the magic circle, when it disappeared and another one replaced it. Arthur stumbled back as the room filled with a bright light and Arthur from the future, spawned into the room. "________! I found you! I was drawing this circle for three days now! I'm so glad I could finally get to you!" You gasped at him before running to him and hugging him. "Arthur! I'm so happy you came!" He laughed at you and put his hand on your head. "Yes Love, let us return." He started to speak those magic words and you soon started to disapate.
"Thank you other Arthur. Captain, I had fun." You carefully threw him a bracelet you werer wearing. He caught a glimpse before dashing off to catch it. "You'll always be on my mind El Cappytain!" You giggled and disappeared completely. The Captain laughed and returned to the top deck, announcing you had left and will no longer be here. They were all sad, they all loved you in some sort of way. Alfred cried.
__________________ 4 Years Later ____________________________________________________________________________________
"Love, do you smell that? It's the scent of the ocean." Arthur took in a deep breath as he opened the windows around the house. "Nope, I can't smell it. I have enough of it in my heart to smell it." Arthur gazed over at you and smiled. "I'm glad you liked the old me.. Now then, Lass, would ye mind to help me out with opening these darn here windows?" He picked you up and swung you around. You were both giggling and you finally were swept to the couch. You burried your face into Arthur's shoulder and said, "I love you."