A/N: Ok, I've heard of a sun-shower, but a sun-snow? This town has the weirdest weather I've ever seen….
Good news, the story has magically been transformed into a movie!
Lets fast-forward to where we left off! -click-
Nothing… -click- still nothing -click?- c'mon you -CLINK!-
Movie does that weird superfast-forward thing that is impossible to control; helium signing… Nonono, STOP! -clinkclinkyclink!- movie stops in the middle of the ending- Wuya's falling… Ack! NO, Don't Look- WE HAVENT GOTTIN THERE YET! -starts bashing remote, rewinds in slow motion-
Look, Remote, if you don't start obeying right now… -takes out mallet- oh, look we're back! Goooood Remote…
Meadow with mini-pride rock
She screamed… right into the faces of her guardian 'uncles'. Taken off guard, they screamed right back.
Wanting nothing more than some distance, Kimiko backed up, forgetting the lack of ground behind her. (A/N: This is why cliffs are dangerous)
Luckily, the pool was deep. Spluttering like a cat, she clawed for the surface.
"Kimiko!" Clay immediately dived in after her. "I've got you!"
Omi takes charge of the panicking. "Not good…." To further show his panic, he begins practicing his last words. "Oh, no... ohh... uh... uh... let's see, uh... Gee, Riamundo. The good news is, we found your daughter. The bad news is, we dropped a Dragon on her. Is... there a problem with that?"
Treading water, Clay shouts for Kimiko as he looks side to side. "Kimiko? Kimi? "
"Clay! Let me define "babysitting"!" omi yells, sarcastically.
Gasping for air, the waterlogged girl emerges from under Clay. "Sorry…," he says helping her out.
"Now, Princess Kimiko... as Ria's daughter, you know better than to go off all alone. You could have been hurt!" he continued
"But... but..." she protested.
"Hurt!" omi cries, "oh, Riamundo would kill us! You didn't remove a square-?"
"Slip a disc, partner…" clay corrected with a long-suffering sigh.
"Did you?" omi continued regardless, checking for injures.
"B-but—" she tried to get in.
"Catch a fever? Get a hangnail?"
"Nnngh! Omiiii..."she complained, she was not some delicate china doll like everyone seemed to think.
"I had one once-"
"Very painful," Clay continued…
"Excruciating!" omi somehow magically obtained a huge fern leaf and was using it to shade a grumpy Kimiko. "With your complexion, you should stay out of the sun."
Angrily, she knocks the branch away.
"Whaaat? Do you wanna wrinkle?" omi asks sarcastically for the second time that day. Kimiko is not impressed.
"Would someone please just listen to me?" she asked desperately.
"I'm sorry; I wasn't listening. Did you say something, Princess?" clay said.
"I'm not just a princess, you know. That's only half of who I am!" she said in a huff, angry at her annoying 'protectors'
"Oh, uh... who's the other half?" omi asked, wonder if that was possible. He took everything literally.
"Uh... well, I, uh... um..." she hadn't quite gotten that far yet.
"Well, while you're figuring it out, let's train…"
Not Omi's training obsession again. Catching Kimiko's less than thrilled expression, clay whispered, "love training"
"Not like…" she whispered back.
"Love!" they finished their private joke. Meanwhile, omi was going on about the Elements, obvious to the world.
"And of course, Water is the best element-"
"Whoa, whoa, there partner. You mean Earth."
"Earth," he said with a slight tone of anger
Behold the mighty warriors of Water and Earth… still, never hurt to milk a distraction.
Wandering off as the argument rose in decibels; she unwittingly crossed a log into the Heylin land-
A/N: here's a good stopping point- especially since I'm about to get kicked off the computer since my sister just to watch - bleck….
Next time, In The Heylin Lands!
Tea with your insanity?