Snow Day

Kazuha looked around as white snowflakes fell down onto the green grass as she and Heiji walked home from an early release from school. Heiji saw that her eyes fallowed each one like it was the most interesting thing in the world. He couldn't help himself as he started to laugh out loud at her childish behavior and she looked at him Annoyed.

"Why are you laughing at me?" the brown haired beauty asked her childhood friend in an angry tone. Heiji wiped away a happy tear and looked at her with his blue eyes and told her, "You look like a little kid with the way you're looking at the snow like that, you're so immature."

Kazuha blushed and replied in an embarrassed manor, "Shut up, Aho, you're so mean, don't you remember when we were little kids and we went outside to play in the snow?"

"In the past, yes, but now that I'm older I honestly couldn't care less about a snow day, it just means that we have to make up that day in our summer vacation time." Heiji replied back to her. Kazuha looked like she was going to explode. And just as he braced himself for a hit he had a snow ball smash right on his face.

"Well I guess that makes us even then~!" Kazuha taunted him as she ran away throwing snow balls at him. Heiji smiled and scooped up some snow and called out to her, "You're so dead!"

They played in the snow for around half an hour but they felt like they had been playing for 4 minutes, they soon got a reality check when Kazuha's phone started to ring and her dad yelling at her, asking where she is and why she was late. So Kazuha and Heiji started to walk back to her house to get warm and dry.

"Honestly you two are such children, next time head straight home young lady; you don't want to give your old man a heart attack do ya?" Kazuha's dad scolded them as they came inside the house soaking wet.

"Ya dad, we're sorry, it won't happen again I promise." Kazuha told her dad apologetically; later that evening they had warm hot chocolate and sugar cookies that Kazuha had made from scratch. While they were eating and her dad was watching the game on the TV, yelling at it, Heiji leaned over to Kazuha and whispered in her ear, "Sorry I was being rude to you, in all honestly we are all big kids in a way."

Kazuha looked him in the eyes and he felt that she must have taken over his mind because his body was moving closer to hers as she moved toward him at a steady pace. Slowly but surely their lips locked and Heiji's brain was melting by the second.

After they broke apart Heiji and Kazuha looked at each other in equal satisfaction and Heiji told her while he wrapped his arms around her waist, "I guess snow days aren't that bad after all."