Summary: AU. Mrs. Higurashi decides to help her daughter put her life together; enter Sesshoumaru, professional organizer extraordinaire. Kagome resents having a perfect stranger rummaging through her messes, but he's bound and determined to show her the folly of her easy-going ways. A romantic comedy told in 100-word snippets.

Disclaimer: I do hereby disclaim all rights and responsibilities for the characters in this bit of fun with funny bits... especially for the one who looks like an unmade bed. A nod of recognition is bent towards Rumiko Takahashi for her creative prowess.

A Note of Explanation: I choose to blame the Powers That Be over at Dokuga for the formation of this story in snippets. Most of them were written for Dokuga's monthly Drabble/Drawble Chat Nights... or for random challenges... or upon request... or as gifts for friends. All of the chapters will be perfect drabbles (exactly one hundred words). Nope, I don't know exactly how many chapters there will be. Probably somewhere in the neighborhood of... lots. This is me goofing off. ::amiable shrug::

Just in Case You Missed It: All of the chapters will be perfect drabbles (exactly one hundred words).

What to Expect: Updates will be weekdaily (Monday through Friday). Here's hoping they'll give you a little something to look forward to in the weeks (okay, months) ahead! ::twinkle::


Chapter 1: Punctuality

It was far too early on a Saturday for the doorbell to ring. Kagome squinted blearily at her clock—nine on the dot. "Whoever it is, they're punctual," she grumbled as she struggled out of tangled sheets. Stumbling to the door, she checked the peephole. On the front step stood a tall, silver-haired youkai in a tailored suit. Curious, she opened the door. "Erm… yes?"

Golden eyes swept her critically. "I see I have the right place."

"Excuse me?"

"Kagome Higurashi?"


"I'll be making an assessment," he announced.

"Like... for the insurance company?" she asked uncertainly.

"No... for your mother."

Original Posting Date: November 14, 2009
Prompt: N/A
Words: 100