Post by Makoa Adelynn on Mar 31, 2013 21:44:37 GMT -5
Why oh why did a girl with black hair think it was cool to travel down town. She needed some fruit and veggies, but why on earth would she come alone. The girl was Adelynn Makoa, she made her way to all the stalls she needed but was still freaked out because well it wasn't the best part of town to be in, but luckily for her, her father taught her how to defend herself. She sparred with her friends every once in a while.
Adie moved down ignorning all of the guys stares, and movements. She was fully aware that someone at some point would always try something but well lets face it they mostly got their butts handed to them buy a girl, but they didn't seem to listen to the fair warning she gave out to them.
She moved down the line when she heard someone whistle at her. Really a whistle, and then someone else made contact with her arm. "Bad move buddy" She said as she spun around and smacked the person across the face. Then she realized who it was it was her father. "Oh dad i'm so sorry"
Rhy was running a few errands around the down town area mostly for his wife. It was one of those things if you don’t listen well you might just get slapped. This man as young as he was shockingly had two kids who he took care of. He was an alright dad for the most part but missions did take him away for time on end and things like family time were somewhat put on hold. Though Rhy’s kids were getting older and understood what had to happen to keep them safe. A black haired girl though caught her attention as she walked passed him. Instantly he knew that was his daughter Adelynn, father intuition told him that. So he whistled for her to come back knowing she probably would listen to his whistle he ran up to her. At that moment though something he wasn’t quite expecting happened. Addie slapped him across the face. Naturally Rhy moved his hand to his face where it stung a little and shook his head. Of course he would have normally blocked that if it was anyone else but his daughter. “Really bad move to my daughter?” He asked with a little smirk across his face. When she apologized he merely laughed a little knowing that she really didn’t mean it. “Ah well forgiven of course. “ He said then curious to see why she was out here like this. “Why are you out here anyways?” He questioned her thinking even if he knew she could take care of herself it was beside the factor.
Post by Makoa Adelynn on Apr 5, 2013 11:22:15 GMT -5
Adie was minding her own business and couldn’t believe that someone had touched her and even whistle at her, but most of all she couldn’t believe that she had hit her dad outside of sparing. ”I thought you were someone else, and not you.” She said and then began apologizing again for it. She smiled when he laughed and said that it was forgiven. She never intended to hit anyone at all well unless they touched her of course.
Adelynn looked at her father and the bags in his hands and he asked her what she was doing there. ”Well im getting what you were supposed to get earlier.” She said holding up almost the exact same list that her father was given a few hours ago by her mother. ”She said that you were taking to long, and that she wanted to get everything done as soon as possible, for what I have no idea that’s on her, but Hunter was looking for you too.” She said moving a bag around in her arm.
She wasn’t like the rest of her family who could last for days on end carrying a heavy load in their arms. Her got tired and the things in them grew heavier. She normally had a little wagon that she totted all of the groceries in when her mother and father and brother were all out on missions, and it was her job to keep the house in order. She rarely ever left the village because she didn’t have the skills to leave on her own and survive. ”Why are you just now getting to the shopping list?” She asked her father.
Rhy couldn’t help it he was always just so not into the whole shopping thing especially when he just got back from a mission a few days ago. He was kind of shocked his daughter though would be walking around this part alone, usually he’d have hunter go with her. Despite the fact he knew Adelynn could fend for herself he just didn’t like her being by herself. “Well I am glad I am not that person.” He said with a laugh. He was so laid back with these things it wasn’t something he could get angry over. Rather it was rare that he became angry towards anyone. When his daughter spoke about getting things he was supposed to be getting he sighed a little. “She isn’t very patient with these things. What have you gotten done Addie.” He asked her curious to know what she had as far as the shopping list. “I have no clue. Hunter looking for me.. hmm probably to spar or something I’ll visit him later at home. Right now I want to hang out with my daughter.” He said with a smile on her face. He held out his hand to take the bags from her. He could easily carry a lot of bags only because he had some great muscles. When she asked the question why he didn’t start shopping sooner he shrugged. “Well I had to stop by and do a few things since I just got back from the mission. I forgot to start it really.” Rhy said with a laugh. He didn’t really care that he was starting late on the shopping.
Post by Makoa Adelynn on Apr 10, 2013 19:47:01 GMT -5
Adie smiled at her father, when he said he was glad he was her father and not some stranger. ”No she isn’t she tends to want things fast.” Adelynn said with a smile, as she looked in her bags. Like she could remember what she had already gotten. ”Well I have the fruit and stuff for the salads, and her yogurt. What do you have?” She had only just started so she didn’t have much. They still needed Rice, and Ramen, and some fish. That was what was left on her list; her fathers may have been different. She wondered who her mother was feeding with all of this.
She smiled when he said that Hunter could wait, sometimes she felt left out because she wasn’t a ninja and didn’t require the training and focus as everyone else. The plus side to not being one was that their house always had fresh flowers, and she could do what she wanted all day. Even though there wasn’t much to do when family and friends were away on missions, and she was stuck there with nothing better to do. She needed to find some civilian friends, but they were mostly old people or little kids. Not to mention shop owners which were mostly older! She muse have been the only person in Kiri who didn’t want to be a ninja.
Rhy couldn’t help but wonder what was happening that night. Rarely was he told to do shopping, alright he was never asked to just simply because he’d forget. “Yes of course she put it to mean. Which is a bad idea mind you.” Rhy said with a laugh knowing all to well that they would probably end up heading home and making dinner or something. Naturally the man didn’t mind that because it was an enjoyable thing to do. “Well… I have rice and ramen. I was heading to the fish market to get the fish. Would you like to come?” He asked with a cheesy smile on his face. Rhy understood that Adelynn didn’t always feel like she belonged or had enough time with the family. He did the best he could to spend time with his daughter as much as he could. He did however enjoy what time he spent with his daughter. With hunter his youngest child he knew he always had to take the different approached to things. Rhy would train with his son to improve his skills as a ninja. So one day he could go on to his chuunin exams and later on to his Jounin exams as what he wished of him. He couldn’t do that stuff with Addie due to her choosing a different path than his. “How’s about we have a father daughter day. We can do anything you want!” He said as he motioned for them to start walking. Though, the male would never admit he enjoyed the fresh flowers in his home every time he was there.
Post by Makoa Adelynn on Apr 12, 2013 18:08:19 GMT -5
Adie smiled at her father, and agreed, she listened to him list the things he had. They were practically done with the list. What would they do after just to spend time together, because she hated to cook, that was a simple truth? ”Of course Dad” She said happily as she dang near skipped off to the fish market. This was a good opportunity to spend time with her dad. She didn’t always get the chance to, sometimes she wished she had a boy friend just so she could hang out with someone but all of the boys were a Chuunin or a Jounin, or some kind of ninja in Kiri, so she was on her own most of the time, unless she joined her mother at the academy for a time.
She turned around and face her father as he said that they could have a day together just them. What on earth would they do? They could go out to eat, take a walk, anything she wanted, but in truth she just wanted to spend some time with her family, or well most of her family. ”Anything so that means we can go out into the mountains, or even the snowy valley? Those were the only real places she hadn’t gone because her father told her never to go alone, and well she had ventured out but never to far from the village. She wanted to see the top of the mountains, and down into the snowy valley. All of her years she had never seen more than the basic area.
Rhy smiled a little as they headed towards the fish market. He was figuring out what he could make for their dinner that night or for the rest of the week as he had a ton of things planned it seemed like. It was just something he figured he could make a soup or something or even sushi rolls for them. He watched as she practically skipped down the road with him. He could tell she was happy to be with him. He was happy to be right with her that day just because it was time he wanted to spend with his daughter verses anyone else. His wife though could be a bit demanding when it came to things and he figured he needed to treat her to a date night sometime soon. It was the little things he was learning to appreciate more of the little things in life that made the world of difference when it came to enjoying things. He knew places where he had forbidden her to go to just because of safety reasons. Rhy didn't feel like losing his daughter at such a young age. She was his to protect and really didn't want boys to come around her just yet as he always seen her as his baby girl. He walked into the fish place scanning to see the variety they had on fish and stuff that he could use to make a scrumptious dinner. He scanned them carefully making sure they were fresh and not old. When the intel ninja heard his daughter speak he turned back to her on that. "Well we could go to the mountains or snow valley its an endless possibility at this point Addie." He said happily figuring if she wanted to go to one of those places he was more than willing to take her there. Of course he felt like having a little camp out if they were to go just because it would be fun and a chance for them to catch up on everything. He really wanted to hear all about what was happening with her at this point. Rhy pointed to a few fish for the man to wrap up so he could take them home. He handed him the money he owed and put the fish into the basket. He knew that they had to go home eventually to put the food up at least before they could head out to whatever destination she wanted to go.
Last Edit: Apr 23, 2013 18:18:37 GMT -5 by makoa rhy