Sleepover"Why did I even agree to go to that costume party?" Germany muttered to himself as he walked back into his home. He was clad in a slick, black military uniform with a matching jacket and hat, and feeling quite silly for even venturing out of his home in the outfit.
After much pestering from his brother, Prussia, Germany had agreed to go to France's costume party, where the theme was "military." Unfortunately, as the party went on, it seemed the theme slowly changed to "au naturel."
Germany managed to escape with all his clothes, luckily. Still, as he closed and locked the door, he recalled that Italy was also at the party, and felt somewhat guilty. "I can't believe I left him like that. He could be going through something terrible right now " Germany thought out loud as he face palmed.
"Who could be going through something terrible?" someone asked curiously behind Germany.
Panicked, Germany turned quickly and pinned the stranger to the wall. "Who the hell-" he began to say, when h
ShowersIt was raining outside, so I decided to throw on a white sundress and flip flops and take a walk outside.
When I was digging through my shoe closet to find my flip flops, I contemplated for a short second whether or not to bring an umbrella. Perhaps even a petite parasol for style.
I shook my head. It was a rather impractical idea. Besides, I like having the rain touch and caress my skin.
After exiting my house, I sighed in pleasure. The rain was everywhere and flew about carelessly.
Magical I thought as I stood on my porch staring at the scene. So very beautiful
After awaking from my short reverie, I grinned and dashed out into the light shower.
I'm not sure how much time I spent cartwheeling, laughing, and leaping about in the rain. I only know I stopped once the shower trickled to a few drops and the sun changed from a bright golden ball to a blur behind the puffy rosy pink clouds in the tangerine colored sky.
Through the puddles of silken cream petals, I d
By the Lake"I wonder what kind of pubs there are in Berlin ?" England muttered to himself as he walked out of the still bustling hotel meeting room. The meeting that day was filled with the usual tirades and speeches, and still England could hear echoes of "worldwide controversy and concern" and "new problems needing immediate attention" ringing in his ears.
Somehow, he had a feeling that they would have a follow up meeting in the near future.
Sighing, he walked into the hotel lobby. Luckily, Germany was sensible enough to host the meeting in the same hotel where all the countries were staying, so England could easily go back to his room to rest a bit before going out to eat.
England sauntered over to the elevator and pressed the button. After a short while, the doors opened with a small "ding," and England walked inside. He pressed the "5" button and was about to press another button to close the doors when suddenly another man sprinted into the elevator, a white and black blur
Dandelions"Hey, you've been silent for way too long! I know the picnic's over, but that's no reason to stop talking to me," Mia said, annoyed at her friend, Felix, as the two walked from the town park's picnic tables to the park entrance. Felix was toting a small picnic basket full of empty Tupperwares and used napkins absentmindedly, staring at the dandelions growing in the park sidewalk.
Felix smirked and looked at Mia. "I'm too busy digesting food to hold a conversation. By the way, that potato salad was delicious."
Mia blinked a couple times and then smiled proudly. "Thanks, your sandwiches were also- Wait, don't change the subject! I'm your best friend, aren't I?" Her smile had changed back to a look of annoyance.
"Yeah, I'm pretty sure." He kicked a fluffy white dandelion and watched as its seeds flew away with the light breeze.
Mia's eyebrow twitched. "So talk to me. Interact. Be social."
"Do I have to?"
"Yes, and stop acting like a three year old. You're in high school now, you know?"