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Memories Of Modern Life: Chpt. 7 - After EffectChapter 7: After EffectMemories Of Modern Life: Chpt. 7 - After Effect by WhiteRiceLover
Kagome shifts her head up to glance at him, making him pull his up to give her room. Seeing fiery amber circles glow at her it was unbearable for her to say it while staring back at him, but with a try she ended up with an open mouth as no words came out. Closing it she ducks her head down in defeat.
“What’s wrong?” Inuyasha wonders.
A very faint whisper was heard, ".......I-I love you.”
Shimmering in bewilderment his eyes grew, “What?”
“I love you,” saying it more clearly her accent tore, she was about to tear again.
Quickly gripping a hold to her he hugs her back, “Kagome…,” laying his head next to hers, “...stop crying.”
Kagome brings her tears to a halt, only sniffles being left again. Being enclosed by his warmth made her feel safe and protected. With one hand fitting on her head, he squeezes her close to him to inform her by his movements that everything was alright. The
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Completing their mission the gang arrived at the store and captured all of the needed supplies on the list. Going up to the cash register Kagome paid the whole lot. Carrying plastic bags of groceries every female had their palms full while heading back to the shrine.
“A lot of things were on sale today,” tones Kagome, gazing at the crumbled receipt in her hands which had been recently balled up into one of the bags from Yuri stuffing it carelessly.
“It feels nice to save some money for your family and yourself at times.”
“As nice as it sounds should we call your mom to tell her that we’ll be back at the house in about a good five to ten minutes,” Yuri was searching for a phone booth across the street.
“No harm in doing it; might as well let her know that were okay at least,” suggests Kagome as she pulls out a light blue cell out of her pocket.
“What’s with the cell? Never kn