"The sun shone brightly over Central Park, the famous tourist attraction of New York."
"Jeannette? Jenny? Are Du sleeping?" called a voice.
I sighed and let go of the Spirit World. "No, just meditating." I wiped my eyes and looked out the window. The sun shone brightly over Central Park, the famous tourist attraction of New York.
"Whoa..." I pressed my face against the cool window, wanting to feel the sun's rays against my skin.
KF looked at the park with me. "They don't have parks like these back home!"
"Totally," I agreed. What are Du waiting for, Jen? Go out there and have fun!
I ran into the waschraum and changed into a yellow tank oben, nach oben and capris, then ran outside.
"This is the best Tag EVER!" I screamed as I got off the ship.
The rest of the team set out picnic blankets and umbrellas, probably because they wanted to relax.
I jumped multiple times. "This is one of the many times where I wish I could fly."
Megan laughed. "Couldn't Du make a water bridge and squirt yourself to the sky?"
"It doesn't work that way," I told her, feeling disappointment creeping towards me.
"If only Erica were here to see this," Robin wished.
I turned away. I was determined to make HIM the first to apologize, then I would start talking to him.
A few yards away, a couple holding hands with a picnic basket were walking toward our spot.
Megan pressed her fingers to her face. "Flying bioship higher. Only a super could find it."
"That reminds me!" In a flash, I changed into my suit and ran back outside. "I have to look for Firestar!"
"Good luck," Artemis said, not looking up.
"Enjoy the sun!" I waved before I took out my map.
Superboy stood up and followed close behind. "I'll come with you."
I couldn't help feeling flattered. "Alright. We're headed for the GMA Summer konzert Series. I heard that Firestar will be a special guest appearing there."
He nodded. "Sounds like a plan." He squatted down, preparing to leap, but I stopped him.
"New York is a VERY crowded place," I warned. "You could smush someone in your landing."
He sighed. "Then how do Du expect to get there?"
Out of the corner in my eye, I spotted a horse stall standing Weiter to a clearing in the trees.
"I think I've got an idea."
We parked our Pferde near a building, then tied them up at a pole sticking out of the ground. I stepped out of the alley and into the light.
Thousands of New Yorkers bustled around, going wherever they were supposed to go. I could hear Musik thundering from west of the city.
"Superboy, let's go!" I grabbed his hand and pulled him through the crowd, across the street, and through the shrubbery forest.
We found our way to the concert, but we were too late. A crowd surrounded the stage, and Robin Williams was introducing Firestar to everybody watching the news at the time.
"Great!" Superboy moaned. "Now what do we do?"
I sat down, cross-legged. "We wait."
But waiting wasn't the answer. I could hear screams emerging from behind the forest, the sound of flames blowing in the breeze.
"Superboy! Use your thermal...vision...thingy!"
He looked through the trees. "There's a feuer starting in that building." He pointed at it.
I looked back at Firestar.
Well, a burning building was one way to call a superhero.
"Well, a burning building was one way to call a superhero."