“Actually… you smell nothing like fish” Jaejoong admitted, chuckling away. He of course was telling the truth for he recognizes the ordinary soap that they’ve been sharing with her. He closed his eyes, loving the unexplainable comfort they’re sharing while the girl lay comfortably still right beside him.
Hugging Jaejoong have brought so much memories to her- the comfort of home, the protective arms around her and familiarity of a loved one, that Sandy couldn’t help but sink deeper into his embrace. Into his warm firm chest that was only clothed by a thin white beater. Continue reading →
The days after that night passed blissfully, for there was nothing to disturb them but their own little arguments- which somehow leads to more romantic things such as a walking around together hand in hand, playing around the water on the shallow part of the lake, going for a long dip where she taught him a little of free diving, blowing bubbles on each other when she was teaching him of how to properly wash dirty clothes.
Jaejoong, though still struggling was slowly learning the simple life. As the days passed, he found himself admiring her more. The things she have taught him, lessons he suddenly learned, the new things he experienced and the very person he thought he would hate for the rest of his stay were a few of the things hear would remember clearly in the future.
He frowned, nose wrinkling, eyes slits thinning dangerously as he eyed down the fishes on the clear waters of the lake. He has been there for over three hours and yet his attempts to catch something for dinner was futile that he ended up throwing everything down.
“This is ridiculous” he lashed out turning away from the net that Sandy tied down on a mangrove branch. He even eyed the giggling girl beside him, as he irritatedly glared at her for even finding his failures so funny.