A little something more
A wordless sigh escaped his open mouth as blue eyes glared malevolently at the endless rain outside the windows.
It had been a whole morning, and the downpour had not let up at all. If anything, it was heavier.
Roxas hated it. Not to mention all the things he couldn't do in this sort of weather. No skateboarding. No laundry drying. But thank goodness it was the weekend. Rain or not, he would have to trek through all that to arrive in school looking like a half drowned cat. For that, he had to be grateful at the very least.
Then again, there was one thing Roxas could not avoid: grocery shopping. In one desolate corner of the kitchen, a small fridge was sparkling clean due to his absentmindedness. And it had happened for the second time in two weeks. If he didn't go now, the empty hole in his stomach was going to devour the rest of him.
Hayner will not let him live it down.
Both Olette and Namine will give him a stern lecture together. For days.
Pence will camp over at his house for at l