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Moons of Jupiter

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This story is No. 13 in the series "By Chance (The Stupid Hat Stories)". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: It's the end of the world as they know it and Cam feels fine.

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Stargate > Dawn-Centered > Pairing: OtherMatryaFR71256041,54723 Apr 1123 Apr 11Yes
Title: Moons of Jupiter
Author: Matrya
Disclaimer: Neither the characters of the Buffyverse, nor those of Stargate: SG-1 are in any way my property.
Feedback: Is groovy, baby.
Fandom: Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Stargate: SG-1
In Canon: Post-Chosen/Post-Unending
Characters/Pairings: Dawn Summers/Cameron Mitchell
Word Count: ~200
Author's Notes: FFA Pairing: Dawn Summers/Cameron Mitchell
Summary: It's the end of the world as they know it and Cam feels fine.





Cam looked out of the balcony windows, taking in the sight of Denver spread below.

"What ya doin'?" came the sweet whisper from behind him.

He shook his head and turned around to envelope her in his arms. "Nothin'."

Smiling at him, Dawn rolled her eyes. "It's always nothing with you."

"What would you do," he started to ask. "If you knew tonight was your last night on Earth?"

She looked up at him seriously, reading his expression intently. "Weird question."

Cam sighed, pressing his forehead to hers. "What would you do?"

"This," she answered seriously with barely a pause.

He kissed her soundly before turning back to the balcony doors, pulling her to look with him.

Dawn looked at him intently, and then to the sky. The stars winked at her and danced. After several minutes, she looked back at him. "Those aren't stars, are they?" When he didn't answer, she started again, "Cam? What does deep space radar telemetry have to say?"

Wrapping an arm around her, he continued to look out at Denver from her apartment. It was November, too cold to open the doors.

"Then why are you here?"

His mouth quirked into the faintest of smiles, hand brushing her swollen belly. "Like my granma always said, the only thing that keeps the world spinnin' is family."

The End

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