AmeCan: A Little BraverHe still isn't sure how he's going to do it. Well he's still not even sure if he's going to do it. France had sounded convincing when they had been talking. He's had this crush for way too long, embarrassing so. He's kept it to himself for just as long. If France wasn't so good with reading people, he would have kept it to himself for even longer. The more he thinks about it, the more he wants to change his mind. Is just an old crush, there is no need to confess. He has a good relationship with America. Why risk ruining it?AmeCan: A Little Braver by Lady-Ignis-Chan
But then he can almost feel France's disappointing glare in the back of his mind. Part of him believes that the country of love would tell America if he doesn't, even if it's for his own sanity. France had mentioned that it was good for one's love health. to keep all those feelings inside. They needed to be set free. Even if America didn't share how he felt, which was very likely, at least that burden would be off his chest.
The games in London had given him
Brother of Mine Ch. 5"More and more people are joining the cause. They are tired of Britain bossing them around and not giving them their rightful representation in Parliament." America beamed. They had arrived in Philadelphia the previous night and the older brother hadn't kept still since then.Brother of Mine Ch. 5 by Lady-Ignis-Chan
Jackson admitted that he was proud of how far the colonists had come. How they continued to fight even if the odds were against them. They were not soldiers like the British. They didn't have the experience or even the necessary equipment that the British had. Their own supplies were running low and when the harsh months of winter arrived, things would only get worse.
But unlike the British, they had something to fight for. This was their land. They were defending their homes, their families. They knew the terrain and knew how to use it against the foreign soldiers. Now would that work? Would they be victorious against the might of the British army? No one could really tell.
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