Um, hi? This is my first G Gundam chapter story. ^^ I hope it's at least
decent, and I hope that u all like it. ^-~ This is definitely not my
first fic, just my second G Gundam fic. ^-~ I'm already thinking of doing
a partner fic, but I'm not sure yet. I apologize in advance for any
misconceptions in the story-line and such. I don't know a lot about the
show yet. ^^;;
Pairings are:: Domon/Rain, Sai Saici/Cecil, Chibodee/Shirley(or Bunny, it
depends on what I end up writing, lol) George/Marie Louise, Allenby/Hans,
(Hans is so cute, don't you agree girls?) and a little Argo/Natasha.
They're hard to write cause they never talk. ^^
A Kitten For Rain: Part One:: A Furry Friend
By: Kitten Kisses
Dedication:: To Flitter. I miss you, and I hope that you're having fun
flitting through the rainbows in the sky with God.
Part One:: Chapter One
Rain Mikamura walked through the downtown streets of Neo Japan. Domon was
visiting Chibodee, who'd come to visit with his girls, and she was off to
pick some fruit. Dr. Kasshu owned some nice gardens and orchards, and Rain
was determined to take full advantage of them.
Even though Rain and Domon weren't together, Dr. Kasshu had given Rain a
place in his home. Domon had never admitted that he loved her- or even
liked her- but that was okay, because she was happy to just be around him.
She carried a medium-sized wicker basket to put the fruit in with her, and
her gaze shifted to the sun in the sky. It was a bright day, sunny and
warm with the warm rays of gold washing away any chill in the air.
She loved fruit. All kinds, and the Neo-Japan colony had the temperature
ability to keep almost every kind of fruit tree alive. She dragged a
ladder out of the tidy shed at the front of the orchard and set it against
a peach tree. She climbed the ladder unsteadily. She didn't really like
ladders- they were never very steady.
Reaching the top rung, she picked a few of the sun-ripened fruits and
placed them in her basket. They were so warm, she had to retrain herself
from eating them herself right then and there.
"You know," a voice called from below. "You can eat them straight off the
Rain looked down at Dr. Kasshu. "Well, I just didn't feel right doing
that," she told him. "Besides, I'd just get all sticky and stuff."
"Well, throw me down one then, cause I can't resist!"
Rain grinned and threw the Dr. down his peach. "I'm done with this tree
anyway," she told him.
She climbed back down the ladder and dragged it over to a pear tree. The
pear tree was short, and she could reach a few of the yellow-green fruits
without a ladder. That desire satisfied, she picked a few apples, and then
a few apricots. She draped a cloth over the top of the basket and climbed
down the ladder propped against the tree with an apricot in her hand.
Dr. Kasshu grinned at her from the garden bench he sat at. "Why don't you
come over here and join me?" he asked. "I knew you couldn't resist at
least one fruit."
"Yeah, you're right," Rain admitted, smiling slightly. She had one more
tree to get fruit off of-plums- but she was too tired to climb the ladder
again without eating something first.
She bit into the fuzzy fruit, juices dribbling down her face, and she
licked her fingers and wiped the juice away. The tangy-sweet warm flavor
tasted nice. It had been a long time since she'd had an apricot. She'd
forgotten how much she liked them.
"Where's Domon?" Dr. Kasshu asked her. "Why isn't he here with you?"
"He's visiting Chibodee. He just came for a visit last night."
"You mean he didn't ask you to go along?"
"No, but that's okay because I'd rather be here anyway."
"Are you sure?" he asked her, turning his head slightly. "It's not right
for my son to leave you alone."
"I'm sure. I don't mind really. I can take care of myself." She finished
the sentence rather stubbornly, but she was sick of always being thought of
as someone who constantly needed worried over and watched. She could take
care of herself.
"He should still make sure that you'd be okay, and he should have asked you
if you wanted to come along."
"It doesn't matter, really. He's always been like that. He doesn't need
"Alright Rain, I believe you." The doctor stood. "I have to leave now, but
make sure to take care of yourself."
"Certainly doctor," she answered.
After the doctor left, she finished her apricot and licked her fingers.
There was nothing better than eating fruit in the orchard at mid-morning.
She walked over to her ladder and scaled the rungs slowly. At the top, she
looked down at the basket. A startled "Huh?" flew from her mouth. Inside
the basket, on top of the blanket, was a small kitten curled up in a ball.
"How did you get up here?" Rain asked the kitten gently.
"Mew?" Soft green eyes looked up at her from inside the basket.
End part one, chapter one. ^-~ I know it's short, but I had to introduce
the kitten. ^0^ I wanted to end it there, so I did. Lol, this story has
5 parts to it. I don't know how many chapters' will be in each part.
Maybe up to 10. It's slightly AU because I know I won't have all my facts
straight, but that's ok because I can just slap an AU sticker on it and say
that I don't know everything. BTW, is Wong dead at the end of the series?
I'll update as soon as I can decide on a name for the kitten. I'm
struggling between two names right now. Lol, see you all next chapter.
::Love, pawprints, and a playful swat::