Chapter 3: Onward and Eastward
The sun rose quickly into the skies above. Inuyasha woke to the sound of a gentle breeze and a sweet and pleasant scent in the air. He quietly lept down from the treetop and landed just a few feet from his sleeping friends. He quietly walked to were Kagome lay, and quietly nudged her. She yawned and sleepily opened one eye, and then the other. Inuyasha motioned for her to get up.
She did and then gently placed Shippo back onto the sleeping bag.
Inuyasha motioned for her to quietly follow him. He lead her over to where some bushes were, and pulled back on them. Kagome almost gasped but decided not to. She looked at Inuyasha questioningly and then walked away from the site to where a running brook lay.
"What is she doing here!" Kagome exclaimed when she thought they were far enough so Hanah wouldn't hear them.
"I don't know-she must have snuck along somehow.
"Doesn't she realize how dangerous this is? She could have already gotten hurt, or..worse!"
"I know that Kagome, but it's too late to turn back now. We must continue on. You know there probably won't be alot of danger until we get to the third day when we are nearing the half's way. Besides, I'll keep a watch on her now that I know she is with us.
.Kagome sighed and nodded. "You are right."
Inuyasha leaned in and kissed Kagome once more. "She's just like us, you know?"
Inuyasha sweeped Kagome away for a while before heading back to camp.
Miroku woke to find Inuyasha and Kagome gone. He rolled up his sleeping bag and woke Sango up."Sango, I'm going to get more fire wood. Would you fix something for the group for breakfast?"
Sango yawned then nodded. "I'll check and see what Kagome has left in her pack."
Sango reached in the pack and pulled out a bag of rice, some ramen for Inuyasha, and miso mix. "Shippo?" She called. "Shippo?"
"Yeah?" he said waking up quickly.
"Could you go get some water for me?"
"Hai." he said as he took the bottle from her and quickly scampered. off.
Shortly after, Miroku arrived back and as did Shippo. Sango made a breakfast of Miso, rice, and lychea fruit. And of course, Ramen for Inuyasha.
"Now all we need is for Inuyasha and Kagome to get back."
"Speak of the devils." Miroku said as they came around the corner.
"Breakfast is ready." Sango said.
"I thought I smelled Ramen."
Kagome laughed. Inuyasha could eat Ramen for every meal, and not get tired of it.. Then again, so could Hanah. Kagome quickly sent a signal to Inuyasha, who slightly nodded back. They ate their breakfast as usual, then packed up and left.
"To the East." Inuyasha said as he lifted Kagome on his back and Sango, Miroku, and Shippo rode on Kilila.
After she knew they were ahead enough, Hanah got out of the bushes and started following them quickly, until she tripped over something
Wham! "Ouch." she said as she rubbed her arms clean. "What did I trip over?" she looked behind. Her parents left a bag behind. She quicly untied it and it was a container of left over ramen, and a bottle of water.
She smiled "How clumsy! Oh well!" she said as she quickly gobbled the food down and chased after her parents.
I know in alot of my stories I use a combination of Kilila, and Kirara, but I learned something recently, so I decided to clear this up. In the Japanese language, there is no letter 'L'. So, if you have an 'L' in your name, it's replaced by an "R'. So, take my name for example.. My name is Melissa, so in Japanese, it's spelt Merissa. My friend Wesley, is spelt Wezurii. So, the spelling is Kilila, but in Japanese it's spelt Kirara. still pronounced the same, though I believe.