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The Wild Orange Eating Tortoise
"Moegi, I'm going to the Academy early today! Today's the final test and I may become a genin today!"
I paused for a moment waiting for a response from the little bright haired girl that I called my little sister. After I received no reaction from within her room, I threw open her door and glared down at her sleeping body that was sprawled out on her bed. She threw her blanket off in the night apparently because it was tousled about on the floor.
"Moegi," I grumbled lowly, still glowering at her. "Get up now!"
Her dark eyes opened immediately and she tumbled off the bed in fright. She cried out as her forehead hit the floor and looked up at me with tears brimming her eyelids.
"Kameyo-nee-chan, why did you
Blood BrothersBrookie always holds my hand when we cross the street. She's never given a reason for it, she just does it. It's become this unspoken rule with us that whenever we cross the street together, she slips her hand in mine and I lace my fingers through hers and we walk hand-in-hand until we reach the other side and she drops her hand and we both wipe our palms on our jeans. Brookie's a little scared of crossing the street. Her poppa died in a car crash when we were six. He was a pedestrian. She's never gotten over it.
Brookie is my best friend going on sixteen years now, which is pretty impressive considering we're both sixteen. We don't have some cute little story about how we were born in the same hospital on the same day or about how our mothers were best friends long before they were pregnant with us and somehow passed on that bond while we were still in utero. No, Brookie and I met the same way ever
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