Here is the teaser for my final Rowlf story. You know I always have to start my stories off with just a preview of what's to come. There is much to be explored in this story, much is going to take place, but I cannot continue it past this story so everything will be resolved in this story. Some things may seem shocking at different points, all I can say is, stick with me, have I ever let a story end unhappily before? Conflict makes a good story, we all know that. So, with that, I will shut up now and give you the prologue. Prologue: “Final call for flight 123 to Hensonville, boarding now” came a loudspeaker in a crowded Florida airport. “Come on dear, that’s us,” said Wanda the cat to her new husband Rowlf. “Sorry, I just wanted to pick up one more little souvenir for Robin,” said Rowlf grabbing their bags and walking through the gate with Wanda. “Boy, you must love that kid, he’s not even your nephew,” said Wanda as they began to find their seats. “He’s a pretty special kid, I’ve known him from the time he was born thanks to my relationship with Kermit,” said Rowlf. “It’s ok, I think it’s cute. Robin’s lucky to have an uncle type figure like you,” said Wanda. “Well, I’ve always had big shoes to fill, but I do my best,” said Rowlf obviously referring to Kermit. They sat down and the plane took off. “It will be nice to get back to the boarding house, back to the show. This was a great trip though,” said Rowlf. “Yeah, it will be nice to get back,” said Wanda almost in a daze. “What are you thinking about?” asked Rowlf. “Remember when were leaving for the honeymoon and we heard our mothers shout out something about grandkids? Seeing you care so much about Robin just reminded me of that,” said Wanda. “Ok, we’re going to have the kids talk then?” asked Rowlf putting the words "kids talk" in quotation marks. “Well, have we really ever discussed it?” asked Wanda. “Not exactly,” said Rowlf beginning to squirm a little bit. “I’m sorry, I’m making you uncomfortable,” said Wanda. “No, I’m sorry, it’s not that. It’s just a lot to think about. I mean, I never expected myself to even be the marrying type and now here we are. I could take to parenthood the same way,” said Rowlf. “There’s a lot to consider, who knows if it’s even possible for us?” said Wanda. “Maybe we should look into options when we get home, I don’t know how soon you want to do this,” said Rowlf. “Well, who knows how long any sort of process could take. I agree, we should at least look into the options,” said Wanda. "I think you'd make a great mom," said Rowlf. "Well, I think you'd make a great dad," said Wanda. They smiled at each other satisfied with where things were going and settled in to enjoy the flight home. * * * * * * * * Across the country another flight was also boarding for Hensonville from California. A young girl, probably in her teens was fidgeting slightly. She was nervous about where she was going and also excited. Her mother told her she should always take chances and worry about the outcome later, but she’d never know unless she tried. “Here goes nothing,” she said to herself as the plane started down the runway for takeoff.