AU: I definitely do NOT own Naruto, or any characters of Kishimoto-sama's xD
anyway.. this is just a random story my friend and I are writing.. I guess you could call it a crack fic in some parts xDDD But I digress.. SoooooOoooooo.. just read it and enjoy.. comments are appreciated D
"Do I have to do this?" she asked in a soft whisper. "Why can't I just stay here?"
"you know I'd rather have you stay here, but that isn't possible," her mother sighed. "your father and I will be gone for a long time, and we'd feel safer if you were with someone we trusted."
"But why with Tsunade-sama? She lives all the way in the Fire Country."
"For one, she's the only one we trust you with; and two, she's the vice principle of the school you will be attending."
"Sakura please don't make this any harder for me than it already is."
The pink haired teenager pursed her lips and nodded. "Alright..."
Rin pulled her daughter into a grateful hug and kissed her forehead. "I know this is hard on you..but I promise it will work out."
A honk from outside interrupted the duo. "Rin! Sakura! Hurry up! We have to leave! Sakura's plan is going to leave!"
"Just a minute!" Rin shouted. She placed her hands on her daughter's shoulders and looked her straight in the eyes. "You don't know how much I appreciate this."
"No problem..." Sakura lied as she avoided Rin's eyes.
"Here, I'll help you put your things in the car." she picked up two suitcases and walked out the door. Sakura, swinging her backpack over her shoulder and picking up her last piece of luggage, looked around the dainty house one last time before following Rin. She threw the suitcase into the backseat with the others and slippsed inside as she closed the door.
"Ready?" Obito asked as he turned around to face her. She bit down on her lip, as if she were unsure, but nodded. He returned her nod with a bright grin and swerved back around in his seat.
"It can't be that bad," Sakura told herself. "Tsunade-sama is nice...and it should be an...interesting adventure." Deep down however, Sakura knew she was far from ready.