I nodded a bit anc chukled.
I nodded, "In a while. I'm taking a shower first." I laugh a bit and groan, getting up.
I nodded and smiled, "Your daughter is a really great student," I tell her parents.
I nod a bit, "Sounds good."
I roll my eyes and disappear into the bathroom, the door closing behind me. I started up the shower, letting a soft song escape my lips as I undressed.
I smiled, "Don't worry about it. Thank you for inviting me. I had a nice time, and that was good food, too!" I gave her a wink, "See ya later," I tell her and turn to leave.
"Yeah, yeah. I'm coming." I say, following behind her.
I step itno the shower and flinch a bit as the water hits my skin.
I grinned and went back to my house, climbing through my bedroom window.
(Don't know if i'll be on KW for awhile. I don't really find the need to get on often anymore. It's nothing to do with you or any of my other friends-- Promise! Kidzworld just isn't my whole life anymore... I'll still get on. Just... Not as often. Hope you understand.)
I push open the door, glad to not see any squirrels. "You know your life is sad when that's a high point of your day," I mutter.
Maybe I can just run in there and-- I hold up a hand to my eyes and dash into the bathroom, grabbing the toothbrush and rolling like a ninja out of there to the kitchen, slamming the door. The last thing I want her to think is that I'm a creep or something. I sit on the floor and take a deep breath, my face red.
"We have a door, you know," I mumble sleepily, stuffing the origami bird that was in my hand under his pillow. I had fallen asleep in his bed after he left, which was odd since I normally don't sleep much.
I sigh a bit and nod.
I laugh a bit, "What was that?!" I call to him from the steam-filled shower. I washed my hair, thinking. He grabbed his toothbrush. And his toothpaste?
"It's more fun this way!" I grinned.