Back In Business VPhase V
Small Steps Forward
Itachi couldn’t help but feel that paperwork was the bane every shinobi had to deal with. He could handle the dangerous missions and deadly techniques of an enemy but writing a report after every mission never failed to get old. At least the missions were subject to change when they were being carried out. Events such as weather, friends becoming traitors, learning your client wasn’t exactly truthful and many other variables made missions unpredictable and gave you an adrenaline rush where paperwork was something that every shinobi dreaded and not to mention boring to every Hokage who had to read the hundreds that came in every day, even if they were uneventful.
Over the last month and a half the Uchiha had written eighty reports and some of them came from assisting his father on the Police Force.
He sighed, feeling his temples pulse with the oncoming sign of a migraine. For now, a break seemed nowhere in sight. Fortunately his
Back In Business IIIPhase III
Things Keep Getting Awkward
“Your eyes are healing nicely,” Ayumi smiled at her patient. The shinobi she was currently treating had eye surgery a few weeks ago and his recovery was coming along well.
“You should be on active duty in one month.”
The older man beamed at the news. “Thank you Dr. Chiko!” his oldest son, who looked to be round fifteen years of age help him stand.
Ayumi scribbled on a sheet of paper, ripped it of her clip board handing it to the teenager. “Stop by the front desk and the receptionist will schedule you for another checkup in two weeks.”
After a few more words of thanks the duo was off and the doctor was left alone. Soft clinking of the wall clock resounded in the kunoichi’s ears and her blue eyes spared a glance in its direction. ‘One minute to five.’ She gathered her belongings. ‘I’m glad it’s Friday.’
Her work week was now over
Back In Business IVPhase IV
Mission: The Daimyou's Son
“So you and Itachi aren’t dating,” Ayumi’s childhood friend, Tomo, stated. She was Ayumi’s age with short and fluffy dark blue hair and green eyes with a beautiful Mediterranean skin tone.
“No we are not,” the eye specialist replied. Her tone somewhat grated. The moment her friend found her on the street Ayumi suggested they go talk somewhere privately. After a moment of thought Tomo lead her to her own home where they could talk without the chances of eavesdroppers not to mention she had dinner ready and her shy companion could join her and tell her all the details of her relationship with a certain Uchiha.
Once the girls had empty plates sitting in front of them they resumed their conversation.
“There’s nothing going on between Itachi and I. How did people even come to that conclusion?” Ayumi sighed while rubbing her temples. For it being her Friday and the stress of her
Happy Birthday... Ayumi"Happy Birthday Ayumi."
The twenty ninth of July was a day not to be forgetful of, though it seemed it never really went by unnoticed since Ayumi's first arrival in Konoha.
The time was eleven o'clock in the early morning, with some still waking up, while others were already up and working, children roaming and racing through the streets or ninja coming in and going out of the village in regard to missions. It made her think of her own lover who was gone and away still on his own mission, Itachi had been gone on a three day long mission, and promised he would be back that day for her birthday.
So far, it was early into the afternoon and she hadn't seen the sight of him what so ever, but she couldn't complain much. She sat comfortably in the small house shared with her lover, resting herself in a plush chair, a soothing cup of green tea tucked and held between the palms of her hands as she stared casually outside. A warm smile was etched onto her features, as she watc
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