Today seemed like a good day to walk along the Great Wall of China for a honeymoon afternoon. Hodaka, Hina and Sora strolled merrily along the slightly twisting path under the clearest sky they had ever seen, under a sun that they had never felt in years.
"I say we've been awfully nice to each other this past week," reminisced Hodaka. "Wouldn't you say so?"
"I agree," nodded Hina. "In fact, it's a downright pleasure to agree. You've changed, Hodaka."
"You think so?"
"Yes. For good this time. Now that we've grown up lot, it almost feels like we have to know each other all over again."
"I just hope it isn't an unpleasant experience," Hodaka chuckled before going serious. "But I will do better this time. I promise."
They had reached the middle of the wall when another thought crossed Hodaka's mind.
"Now it looks like we've just got one problem left. One concerning geography. You in Tokyo, me in Korea. What can we do?"
Hina thought about it for a minute.
"I say we make a compromise."
"I hope it's a good one. Generally, compromises tend to be something favoring them."
"Not this time. I'll give up Tokyo if you give up Korea."
"For where else?"
"As long as there is one sky, Hodaka, we belong to the world. We can go anywhere and do as we please. As long as we're together, the world will belong to us."
Hodaka blushed. "That does sound like a lot of property. But since we both have the power to control the weather; the world is our painting."
"And I love you both," said Sora last of all.
Up they walked all the way to the end of the wall. No matter where they went or what they did, they would always be together.
Everything would be all right.