|Knowing You: Book 5
Author: Tsukia PM
Continuing the Knowing you series, Usagi and Mamoru have a decision to make and how will it effect the next five years of their lives. What will happen as the senshi and generals run into their own past life repurcusions (I don't own Sailor Moon although some characters are my one the main stream ones are the creations of those with much more talent then me.) Please read and reviewRated: Fiction T - English - Drama/Romance - Usagi T./Serena/Bunny/Sailor Moon & Mamoru C./Darien S./Tuxedo Kamen - Chapters: 2 - Words: 1,178 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 6 - Updated: 03-20-13 - Published: 12-04-12 - id: 8765104
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Chapter 2: Return of Chibi-Usa
The senshi and generals were exhausted between school, study sessions, and training their days started at 6AM and ended around 11PM. But they were proud of their Prince and Princess for putting their studying first, second only to Usagi's medical concerns. It had been a month of nothing but studying, school and training; Usagi with the coercing of Luna and Artemis finally agreed to give the group a weekend off. The Tsukino's were paying for a cabin for the much needed get away for the group.
Usagi had wandered to the park as everyone was prepping to head for the cabin. She needed some time alone and was trying to forget about her worries. As she spotted the lake she decided that was where she wanted to go. She made her way to the dock and sat down on the end, taking her shoes off she dipped her feet into the water. It had seemed like a lifetime since she had done this; in truth she had done it with Chibi-Usa just before she had gone back to the future. There was a clap of thunder making Usagi look up.
A single cloud had appeared above the dock and something appeared to be falling through it. "Ahhh!" Usagi stood up just in time to catch the falling voice.
Mamoru had given Usagi an hour to do whatever she felt she needed to but he had decided to check on her and as he was walking the path near the lake he heard someone scream. "Usako." Mamoru rushed toward the dock to see Usagi holding a pink haired child. Usagi looked up speechless it had only been two months since Chibi-Usa had gone home but something was different.
"Put me down!" The child demanded as she began squirming.
Usagi still in somewhat shock did as the child demanded when she saw Mamoru race up. Both looked at the child in mirror shock. Mamoru found his voice first, "Chibi-Usa?"
The child faced him with confidence, "Small Lady Serenity, High Princess of Crystal Tokyo."
"Small Lady, how old are you?" Usagi said kneeling down next to the child.
The child faced Usagi and sized her up, "I am 5 years old."
The couple looked at each other in realization; this version of their daughter had yet to meet them. Her future was their past. "Can we help you?"
"I don't know can you, blondie?"
"What do you need?" Mamoru continued.
Chibi-Usa looked down, "I need to find Sailor Moon so that she can save my mommy."
The couple frowned. "Sailor Moon only comes when people need her. So, while we wait for her to find us, how about you stay with us?"
"I guess that will be adequate. Just as long as you understand I am not to be treated like a child." Chibi-Usa demanded. Mamoru reached his hand out to the child, who cautiously took it. Usagi stumbled as she got up. She still wasn't used to the changes in her equilibrium. The trio left the park together heading back to the couple's home where everyone was waiting for them.
The group watched as the trio approached. They gave questioning looks but they all knew better than to ask with the child present. Setsuna appeared behind the senshi and silently installed a car seat and disappeared before the child could notice her. The group climbed into the vehicles and headed for the cabin, this was going to be an interesting weekend.
Sorry, for the delay in posting but as my daughter passed away I haven't been in the writing frame of mind. I am slowly getting better but updates are still going to be on the slow side. Reviews help though as it reminds me of other things apart from my grief.