"That's not what I meant. . . I think you should rest" Chard backed up.
Komo huffed, "Grab a bucket from the shed and get some water from the lake." He scratched his head, turning around, heading back to the tower, "And that'll be it for the day."
Avery blinked, "What? You can't just leave! Komo!" She huffed, he wasn't listening anymore. ". . . Fiinnnee. . ." She headed for the shed, "Let's go Chard!" She called to Chard.
""Y-yes, coming!" Chard followed, smiling oddly.
Once Avery got the bucket, or rather, buckets ( she took 3 ), she grinned, walking through the forest to the lake, "Okay, if I can balance one bucket on my head, and hold two in my hands, filled to the brim with water, how good would that make me?" She laughed at the plan she'd come up with.
Chard sighed, "I don't think you'll be able to do that. . . Are you sure you don't want my help?"
"No way! The only thing I need you here for is to be a witness!" She started to try and balance the bucket on her head already, but to much fail, "Come on!" She started to get angered.
Chard went behind her and lightly held the bucket on Avery's head, she had no idea.
Avery smiled widely, "I-I've got it!"
"Y-yes, you do." Chard smiled, not wanting her to know it was him holding it for her.
"Okay, now let's do this with water!"
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