Datoru Wedding fluff!
(and yep the pic is Star wars reference;)
“Sat…Sat…Sat…Sat…Satoru…” whispered a persistent voice, the dark in the room making it practically impossible to see the man huddled under many, many blankets, hugging a pillow to his face.
“What do you want?” Mumbled the man in a sleep-coated voice, blinking his eyes open with a scowl.
“Good morning,” Mika Kogo grinned, smiling at her now awake cousin before she snapped a picture of him, the flash illuminating the dull room. Satoru grimaced, covering his face with blankets the second the bright light went off.
“Whaddayawant?” He growled, his dark black hair poking out of the bed in every which direction.
“…just to remind you that you have somewhere to be in about…seven hours,” Mika grinned, sitting down on the other side of the bed, waiting for her cousin to clue in. “I let you sleep in…it’s ten o’clock, Mister Sleepy-Head,” she chuckled.
In that instant, the blankets were thrown off the bed, and the sound of Satoru shouting random, excited mumbo-jumbo filled the room. He rolled himself out of bed quickly, his bare feet hitting the cold hard wood floors of the guest room with an audible thud before he raced across the room to the calendar, squinting his brown eyes to see the brightly labelled ‘November 15th’ staring back at him.
“Oh my god,” The petite man grinned from ear to ear, sounding like a kid on Christmas morning. “Oh my god, Mika…it’s….today,” he said in disbelief.
“I’m well aware of that,” Mika nodded, standing up and moving over to her cousin who she wrapped her arms around, hugging him. “Drew’s had me up since six trying to convince me to wake you up so you two could talk…I said no, figured it was bad luck,” She shrugged her shoulders, moving back from him to tug her long hair into a ponytail.
“Drew’s up?” He asked in a shocked voice, running back across the room to his phone.
“Don’t you dare, Kogo! You can’t talk to him yet!” The small girl followed him, easily picking the phone out of his hands.
“But it’s been two days, Mika! I miss him…” he pouted at her, his big brown eyes shining excitedly.
“You’ll see him at five,” she smirked, moving to the door and she flicked on the lights, calling out to him before she left the room.
“Get ready! We have things to do and places to be!”
“I’ll be five minutes!” He responded, already grabbing his clothes off the floor, rushing to the washroom to shower.
“OH! And, Satoru,” The woman smiled, peeking back into the room at her older cousin.
“Happy wedding day.”