77. Ten years after the rebellion, Katniss was looking through her closet when she found Cinna’s old sketchbook, covered with a fine layer of dust and resting on the top shelf. She flipped through the pages, admiring every design he had made for her; she couldn’t help but cry when she found his thin, black scrawl on the back cover of the book: “I’m still betting on you, girl on fire.”
76. In the end, Rory married President Snow’s granddaughter, Trinity. They named their first daughter Primrose.
75. After the rebellion was over, Katniss cut her hair short. She thought it would be a symbol of rebirth, of moving on. She couldn’t wait for it to grow back out.
74. Madge had more than one reason to buy strawberries from Katniss and Gale: one, because she loves strawberries, and two, because she got to see two of her best friends in District 12 - even though one of them didn’t seem to show it.
73. Katniss has only ever sung two lullabies to her children.
The first one, the one she wrote just before her daughter was born, goes like this:
“Lullaby and good night, go to sleep, Mockingjay.
For your black and white feathers will make your heart brave.
In your dreams you will see, all the things you will be.
As you fly through the clouds and sing softly to me.
Lullaby and goodnight, go to sleep, Mockingjay.
When the sun wakes up early, we will start a new day.
Lay your head down, rest your eyes, and tomorrow we’ll rise.
And we’ll watch all the clouds in the lavender skies.”
The other lullaby, of course, was the one she sang for Rue.
72. Peeta still paints, but the subject of his art is no longer his nightmares. Now, he only paints Katniss and his kids.
71. After the third Quarter Quell, jabberjays went extinct. This time, though, they won’t come back.
70. After she returned from District 13, Katniss couldn’t remember where she hid her father’s bows and arrows. No one ever found them, and their location remains a secret known only by the forest itself.
69. Haymitch spent about two hours laughing at the number of this post, though he wasn’t really sure why. He assumed it was just because he was drunk out of his mind.
68. Beetee never designed another weapon after the rebellion was over. Instead, he spent the rest of his days designing electronic entertainment, such as TV’s and telephones, for the general public.