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Quick Thank You's: I would like to thank all the people who reviewed any of my stories, especially It Takes Two To Do The Tango, since that was my most recent one. I hope you won't let me down on this fiction! Thank you to Daman for helping me out with this story when I needed help, and giving me some ideas. Without him this story would have been full of writer's block, and not that great.. so, thanks!
Summary (Full): AU. The beach was warm, and the sun shone high. The surfers were ready to go, and show-off their style. It was all about winning. No matter who I have to step on, I will win this. To show her that boys and girls are not equals, and to win that prize to go and visit Kikyou. I can not let this pass up, I will NOT let this pass up! Girl or not, she is going down. Hard. Say hello to me Japan, because here I come!
Disclamer: I do not own Inuyasha, nor will I ever. I do infact own this story, and all my other one's. This is purely my work, and any resemblance this has to another story, is purely coincidence. Do not sue me, you will get a couple beads, and twenty cents in change. Sorry, I'm not rich. I'm not famous. So, enjoy this story that I made out of pure entertainment.
Dedication: How can I say this? Everyone that is involved in my life right now! My reviewers. My friends. My family. My boyfriend, Doug. My pets, Kukri and Monty. My everyone! I'd like to give a little tiny thanks to my Father, and Step-Mom, Annie for buying me the surfboard I have now.. it inspired me to write the story, believe it or not! So, without that thing, this story wouldn't be here.. so, thanks you guys! Oh yeah.. and thanks for all the money you gave me too when we went on that trip.. ^_^;;
On with my newest story, Soakin' Up The Sun!
Soakin' Up The Sun
Four Different Schools, Four Different Lives
My friend the communist,
Holds meetings in his RV.
I can't afford his gas,
So I'm stuck here watching TV.
I don't have digital,
I don't have diddly squat.
It's not having what you want,
It's wanting what you've got!
I'm gonna soak up the sun.
Gonna tell everyone,
To lighten up (I'm gonna tell 'em that),
I've got no one to blame.
For every time I feel lame,
I'm looking up.
I'm gonna soak up the sun,
I'm gonna soak up the sun!
-Soak Up The Sun
Summer was here, and it was a wonderful time here in Hawaii, it was.
Surfer's crowded the beaches, hott girls and guys got tans on the beaches'
sandy surface, and birds flew freely by the ocean. The waves pounded on
the shore, as to call everyone in with them, so they could whisk the people
away with their graceful, yet dangerous movements. It smelt of salt, and
the sun was blazing down on the people who inhabited the area.
You could hear music playing on boom boxes, and lots of talking. Yelling,
screaming, chasing, you name it. Volleyball was also pretty common, and
you could see people cheering and falling in defeat. Little children built
sand-castles, and smiled at their wonderful work. Until the tide came in,
then they would start over once again. Flashes appeared once and awhile,
of a camera. Pictures were taken, because memories needed to stay with
People of all sizes and shapes were there. Colors, race, it was a free
country after all. Everyone was enjoying themselves, and having the time
of their life. It was also the last day of school for the older children
in Hawaii, and it was bound to be an awesome summer, with awesome experiences.
New people, new friends, new enemies, you name it. It was there!
And this, is how the summer of 2004, began.
Sango walked the halls of her school in last period. It was quiet in
her small school, and she smiled at the thought of seeing her best friend
Kagome, who she hadn't seen in ages in the summer. You see, Sango and Kagome
went to the same elementary and middle school, but split at high school.
That didn't mean they would stop being friends, oh no. They were
closer than ever. They only lived about an hour apart, but they usually
didn't have time to go see each other. The last time they did had been
last summer, and this summer they would make sure it was memorable.
She glanced down at her wrist-watch as she watched the little tick mark
pass by the two. She smiled. Only fifteen minutes left, and then she would
be a free woman for the summer. This, was bound to be good. She walked
down the hall, and suddenly stepped on something. She looked down, and
saw a flyer. She picked it up and read it.
She had an evil grin. "This is going to be the best summer ever." She
said to herself, with much reassurance. She put it in her pocket, and went
down to her locker. She opened it, gathering all her things together. She
stuffed everything she had gotten throughout the year in her backpack and
She, was free.
Kagome also was walking to her locker, for she was being let out early
because her locker was all the way in the other building she was assigned
to, and she didn't want to miss her bus. She also smiled at the fact she
would be seeing Sango this year, they had known each other since they were
six. They met because of their mother's relationship in collage. They had
been the best of friend's, and always went out places together.
She opened her locker, and out came flying a flyer. She looked at it,
and smiled happily. This, is something that Sango and her would be so happy
about. She put it in her backpack, and started walking to the school exit.
"Hey, maybe we'll meet some really hott guys." She said, hopefully,
clasping her hands together in a prayer. She then noticed the digital watch
she had on one of her bracelets, and counted down.
Ah, summer was here.
Miroku grinned from within his class room. It was almost summer, and
he got to see his best friend in the whole entire world, Inuyasha! He didn't
think Inuyasha was probably that excited, since he never really was and
had this cocky attitude. But, still, he was the best friend in the world.
He was like a loyal puppy, and would protect you if you were in dire need
of something. He would always help you out if needed.
They had known each other since they were ten, because they met each
other at a snow boarding place. They went against each other, and Inuyasha
won, being the better player, and becoming friends with Miroku. He smiled
at the memory, and looked at the teacher. He was handing out papers to
everyone, and Miroku looked down.
He grinned perversely, and pointed to the hott girl on the flyer. He
knew Inuyasha would be excited about the surfing, but the girl was totally
his area! He would let Inuyasha lighten up by going to this, and try to
help him win over some girls. He stared at the clock mounted on the wall,
Time to go!
Inuyasha scowled from the spot on his side on the school. He was leaning
against the brick wall and looking up into the bright sky, cloudless. He
was excited to finally get to the summer and get to go out for a change.
He had been stuck at home, not doing much, or going anywhere at all. He
let a fang show through on his smile at the thought of seeing his best
friend he had, had forever. Miroku.
He was a pervert, but he was the funnest guy to be around. He was loyal,
and an awesome dancer. He would get to see him soon, and it was going to
be awesome. They could go to the beach, the movies, check out new stuff
in the sports area. They could-
He was cut off by his train of thoughts when a flyer floated innocently
into his hands. He looked down, and grinned. Miroku would love this with
all his heart. THIS, is where his summer would be. He smiled at the thought
of surfing, and showing off his stunts on the board to everyone. His eye's
widened when he saw what the prize was.
"Two tickets to Tokyo, Japan."
He nearly fainted when he saw that. "It is all about winning. No matter
who I have to step on, I will win this." He said, firmly. He was going
to go see Kikyou.
Now, let me introduce Kikyou. Kikyou was his long-distance girlfriend
who lived in Tokyo only because her father had a big job opening there,
and had to take it. It would bring in a lot of money, which they needed.
So, she had no choice but to leave him. She promised she would call, write,
and send email. Which she did, once a month, and him also. If he could
go with Miroku, then it would be heaven.
Pure, blessed, heaven. He smiled, and put the flyer in his pocket. He
decided to take a lucky count-down on when school was up, for the bell
"And, I win." He grabbed the red backpack that was sitting beside him,
and ran off to his motorcycle. He was on his way home, so he could meet
Miroku at his house. He grinned at the thought of this summer and the contest.
This summer held more surprises then he ever would have imagined.
AN: Kind of slow at first, but you know all beginning chapters are like that. You have to introduce the characters, and the whole plot of the story. Then, the second chapter is sort of the "getting there," chapter, then at chapter three, your usually starting up the idea of the story. So, look forward to the next chapter to my newest story, Soakin' Up The Sun!
...review! And tell me if you liked it, and if I should continue! ^___^