NightmaresTerra yawned. Got out of bed. Glanced over at the clock. He sighed miserably as he read the time aloud.
He rubbed his eyes with his knuckles and walked out the door of his room, his stomach growling loudly for food. As he walked the silent halls of the Castle, his mind wandered off into random thoughts.
"I wonder if there's any cereal left," he thought, his eyes drowsy. "And is there any mayo? I left it on the top shelf so that Ven couldn't reach it. And bread maybe? I want a sandwich. And a cookie maybe. A chocolate chip cookie. And milk. A lot, a lot of milk."
He walked through the doors of the kitchen, his duck slippers squeaking to a halt. With a click of the light switch, the light bulb was on, bringing light to the dark room. Sitting in the kitchen table sat a tired Ventus, munching loudly on goldfish crackers. Terra lifted his head to Ventus, his eyes no longer sleepy.
Ventus screamed first. Terra screamed out of shock. "Ven!" he shouted, pointing a finger.
A gift from the heart-RokunamiNamine jumped out of her bed, a bright and cheery smile across her delicate face. She glanced at her calendar, grinning even wider. "March 28," she said, happily hugging the bear that Roxas won her at the carnival. "Today's the day I met Roxas!" she sang out, grabbing the comb from the counter. She brushed the tangles out of her blond hair and hummed merrily. "I wonder if he remembered," she pondered thoughtfully. She opened her closet revealing a large, covered canvas. She quickly grabbed the paintbrush and added the finishing touches to the painting in red ink. She smiled, rubbing the paint off of her cheek. "I finally finished," she thought. "I hope he likes it! I worked so hard on it..."
Namine wore a long white gown, crimson red lipstick, and a light shade of pink blush. Her hair was messily tied into a bun, the curls of the strands sticking out. She smiled as she held onto the canvas. "Knowing Roxas, he's probably going to take me to a drive-in movie," she giggled, remembering
Truth or Dare?"Truth or dare?" Riku asked stubbornly. "Dare!" Sora exclaimed, glaring towards Riku. Kairi walked up to them, her hands on her hips. She sighed boredly. "You two are still playing that?" she asked.
"I will win!" they both exclaimed, not once dropping their cold glares.
Kairi shook her head and laughed, sitting down to observe. "I dare you to throw Tidus' stick in the ocean," Riku said, crossing his arms. Kairi's eyes widened. "Tidus wouldn't like anybody even laying a finger on his beloved stick," she thought, eagerly looking to Sora. Would he take the dare? Sora stood up. Smirking, he walked over to Tidus. "Hey Sor-" Tidus began. Sora smiled and whacked the stick he held out of his hands. It plopped down into the ocean where it floated away. "Hey!" Tidus yelled. Sora ran before Tidus could continue.
"There," Sora said, lying on the sand. "Truth or dare?" he asked Riku calmly. In the far off distance Tidus exploded into a rampage. "My stick!" he yelled. "Dare," Riku said
Fireflies-VenfuuWhen Fuu looked to the fireflies that lit up the night sky, I just knew I had to catch one for her. I jumped up from my seat. She looked to me with a curious expression twinkling in her red eyes. "Wait here!" I told her, running to the grass. I examined the evening sky. "Fuu!" I called out. She walked over to me, smiling. "Yes, Ventus?" she asked.
"I'm gonna catch a fire fly for you!" I proclaimed, a determined look sealed on my face. She crossed her arms and smirked. "Really?" she asked me dully, sitting on the grass. "You don't think I can!" I yelled out in disbelief. She smirked wider in response. "I'll show you!" I yelled, looking around for the soft glow of a firefly. Peeling my eyes, I ran over to the rose bush. "I think I see one!" I sang out, preparing to catch the glowing insect. Without thinking, my hands leapt foward, only to get pricked by a single thorn. I yelled loudly, my scream echoing back into my own ears. "Give up?" Fuu asked, laughing. "No!" I snapped, searching
Pretty Pretty Princesses"Sora," Kairi told the small, four year old boy. "Will you play with me?" she asked, smiling sweetly. "Of course!" the boy exclaimed. "What do you want to play? Wooden sword battle? I can ask Riku to let you borrow his sword and-" he said, getting interrupted. Kairi revealed the box she was hiding behind her back. "Pretty Pretty Princesses!?" Sora yelled out, reading the box. "But...I don't want to play that!" Sora yelled, backing away. "Please, Sora?" Kairi asked walking towards him and shoving the box in his face. Sora shook his head. "NEVER!" he said, screaming.
Sora sat on the seashore with Kairi by his side. They drank fake tea from plastic teacups. Kairi giggled and grabbed a piece of jewlery from her box. She put a small clip- on earing of a panda on Sora's ear. Riku walked by the two when they were completely covered with jewelery. "Sora?" he asked, stiffling a laugh. "I'm a pretty pretty princess!"Sora yelled, gesturing to the pink plastic crown on his head. Riku burst out
Gummy BearsSora put on his fake glasses. "Riku," he said in his most sophisticated voice.
"Sit down and enjoy the show," he said, gesturing to the seat next to where Kairi sat. Kairi giggled and looked to Sora.
"What kind of show?" she asked. "
An," Sora said, taking a pause. "Epic show."
Riku sat down and looked to Sora in amusement.
"Wait here!" Sora said, running behind the stage. He came out wearing a clip-on tie and held a large object covered with a white sheet. "Let the show begin," he said mysteriously as the lights dimmed. Slow piano music played a cheery song. Sora stood on the stage, uncovering the sheet. In his hands was a hand constructed, paper maché, city. It included high rises, a small bridge, and miniature cars in a trafic jam. "Our story begins in the happy town of Sunnyvile," he said, his voice resembling an announcer's. "The people here," he said, holding up a small person to show the audience of two what the people looked like. He placed the person back in the city.
Paddle Ball"Riku," Sora said, bouncing the paddle ball in his hands repeatedly. The five year old boy turned to Sora. "I bet you can't beat my record!" the brown haired boy exclaimed, his flip flops flying into the sand as he sat down. "What's your record?" Riku asked, smirking in amusement. "Twenty-six in a row," Sora said, smiling proudly. He began to pound the red ball on the paddle. He counted as he paddled. "1 2 3 4 5 6-" Riku rolled his eyes. "I could beat your record with one hand behind my back," he challenged. Sora stopped paddling and counting. He looked directly to Riku, and gave him that world famous glare. "Yeah right!" he retorted. "Lemmie try," Riku said, grabbing the paddle stick. He began as Sora counted out loud.
"62 63 64 65," Sora said, his voice trembling. "67 68!" Riku missed the paddle at sixty eight. "How much was that, Sora?" he asked, his eyes gleaming in victory. Sora snatched the paddle ball stick. "I'll beat your record!" he vowed, paddling and counting loudly.
Ice cream days Sora ran as fast as his legs would take him. Faster and faster her ran, never looking back. He leaped onto the colorful gummiship where he found Donald and Goofy playing chess. He slammed the doors behind him causing all the chess pieces to fall off of the game board. Sora panted trying to catch his breath. Shaken up and confused, Goofy asked, "Is something the matter, Sora?"
Sora responded with a random outburst, "DRIVE!"
"How come?" Donald asked, upset that Sora ruined the game he almost won.
The door suddenly started to shake from the outside. "Open up!" a person from the outside exclaimed pounding furiously on the door. "Donald! Goofy! Let's get out of here!" Sora yelled out. "Why!? Who's out there!?" Donald asked. Goofy gasped, "Organization XIII?" he asked getting worried.
"No! Worse!" Sora screamed ,wide-eyed.
"WHO!?" Donald and Goofy asked in unison.
"An angry ice-cream shop owner!! With a broom!" Sora
Ice-cold"It's so hot!" Ventus complained. I stared into the beating hot rays of the shining sun. "You can say that again," I muttered, fanning myself with my hand. "It's so hot!" he repeated, over dramatically pounding on the ground with a fist. Aqua laughed slightly at our reactions. "It's cold in the freezer," she suggested. Ventus looked up. "It IS, isn't it!" he asked. We all looked at each other and ran to the kitchen. Aqua slammed the freezer door of the fridge open and we all stuck our heads in. Each with a stupid grin spread across our faces.
The next day we were all sick in bed with the cold.