I actually managed to finish it when I said I would and I’m very pleased with how it turned out. ^_^ Even if I did stay up to 1 am to finish it lol.
For my lovelies who were awaiting this piece of fluff!
@inunanna @artistefish @echobows @rikareena and of course my other girls @kuddle-cakes @dreaming-of-the-midnight-sun @ryupioupiou @mmhinman @shardetector Sorry if I forgot anyone! It is, after all, 1 am here and I’m kinda tired lol.
Anyway I hope you all enjoy this fluffy oneshot!
Leaning back against a hay bale, legs stretched out before her and hands cradling an untouched cup of sake in her lap, Kagome smiled as she watched the villagers laugh and dance merrily around the large fire, their own sakazuki* cups filled with the rice wine held aloft in their hands and sloshing over the rim from frequent stumbling. The village headman’s daughter had just gotten married that evening and the celebration was in full swing, the music festive and loud, the food delicious, and the sake plentiful.
Sango and Miroku, supporting each other with arms around the shoulders while trying and failing to stifle their giggles, stumbled into view and Kagome’s smile widened. Haven gotten married themselves only three months prior, the couple were still in newly wedded bliss, often sneaking away for some alone time and coming back always looking flushed and disheveled but happy and if possible even deeper in love. Kagome was truly happy for them, if not a little envious.
Flushed prettily, though Kagome wasn’t’ sure if it was from the sake or other activities, Sango spotted the young woman and beamed at her, waving very animatedly and almost cold clocking her husband in the process. Miroku grunted and over compensated when he leaned away; Sango gasped as she was suddenly jerked forward and she erupted into more giggles as she crashed into Miroku and caused them to do some fancy footwork in order to stay on their feet. Miroku’s husky chuckles punctuated Sango’s giggles and he grinned at Kagome before snagging his wife around the waist and promptly swinging her into a lively dance that was completely at odds with the music. Sango didn’t care; laughing, she beamed at her husband and wrapped her arms around his neck as he led them away around the fire.