Kessaria smiled, stepping out of the car and sighing as she felt the mountain air. "You sure you don't want me to come in with you?" the brunette behind her asked, looking at Kessaria worriedly. "I'll be fine Mum... the door's right in front of me, right?" The older women just sighed,
"Yes, now be careful Kes, and just give ## # #### ## ### #### ## to pick you up early"
"Don't worry Mum!"
Kessaria's mother just sighed, about to speak again before her daughter cut her off, "By Mum!" she spoke before grabbing her suitcase and opening the door in front of her. Kes sighed, closing the door behind her and shaking her head at her mother before reaching over to the right and quickly finding the keys there, "Just where he said they would be." she muttered, speaking about the owner who they were borrowing the cabin from. Putting the keys back, Kessaria began to walk around, trying to figure out where things were before any of the others got there.
Kaito stretched, grabbing an old backpack which looked as if it was about to rip from the passengers seat of the car before stepping out and locking it up. He began to hum softly to himself as he walked to the front door and opened it, "O~i, is anyone here yet?" he yelled, slamming the door behind him. "I-I am." Kessaria spoke from the doorway of one of the two rooms, her voice catching as she did so. "Kes!.... man, you're cuter in person then video" he spoke, talking about the many ##### ##### the four friends would have. The green haired sixteen year old just laughed, "Thank you? It's nice to finally me you. To be honest, I didn't expect your personality to be the same as it was during the chats- obviously it is the same though" she spoke with a smile. Kaito raised an eyebrow before responding with, "Yeah, a lot of people are surprised at my awesomeness" Kessaria just laughed and shook her head as she headed to the kitchen for a cup of water.
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