A/N. So, I don't know how I was inspired to write this once over for Aro, but it just came into my head. I hope you love it!
The Day Aro Gives Away His Wallet
Aro and I were walking around Volterra at night, not saying much. When we come across the poor district.
Everywhere we look there is someone sitting against a brick wall. Or in an alleyway. I didn't pay much attention to it, but Aro seemed thoroughly intrigued.
"Master?" I asked hesitantly.
"One moment, Jane," he silenced me and then ran across the road to a man sitting next on the sidewalk. I couldn't help but chase after him, grabbing his arm.
"Aro!" I shrieked a little.
"Jane!" he shrieked back at me. His eyes filled with delight. I sighed and let go of him.
"Hello, sir. Why are you just sitting out here?" he asked the man.
"Well, I have no where else to go. Who is that delightful young lady behind you?" he asked Aro enthusiastically. I couldn't wait to see what explanation he had in line for me. I couldn't help but smile a little.
"She's… uh… she's… My Daughter!" he finally managed to say. I lowered my head in my hands, trying to muffle my laughter. Aro was just kind of staring at me in that insane way he always did.
"Jingle, jingle," the man said, picking up a small tin cup. Shaking it around you could hear a few coins inside.
"What?" Aro asked. I was thinking the same thing.
"Give me some money, or I run off with your daughter," he said, showing us the cup. Once again, I couldn't help but giggle at the whole "daughter" scheme. Before I knew it, Aro was digging through his robes, pulling out his wallet.
"Mas- I mean, Father?" I asked him loud enough for the man to hear. Aro was looking through the small leather pouch. I began wondering how much he was going to give the man. Without warning, Aro put his whole wallet inside the cup. The man looked confused but sat back against the building. Aro and I walked off quickly.
"Master! How much did you give him?" I nearly squealed.
"Just a little over 15 grand," he said nonchalantly. I could almost feel the concrete on my chin. He looked over at me, confused.
"What? It was only pocket change!" Was his only excuse. I lost it and pushed Aro into the nearest alleyway, and walked home.