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#29 sound of waves Disclaimer:
Fruits Basket is owned by Natsuki Takaya and a whole bunch of entities that are not me.Rating:
[13+] Some CautionGenre:
This is a mix of Anime and Manga...so yeah. This is way post series. This one also takes place a few years after "Keeping Hope" if you're looking for a timeline. Summary:
A day at the beach.
Saki lay upon the beach soaking up the warmth of the sun, while a fresh sea breeze blew across her face. The section of beach that they had chosen was peacefully quiet. All she could hear was the sound of the waves beating against the turf with the sound of her husband and two children playing off in the distance.
It was so nice to have a chance to relax; that wasn't something she could do frequently with two young children always in toll. She loved being a mother but she missed some of the intimacy that she and Yuki had shared before the children were born. They had scarcely had a chance to enjoy his curse lifting before she become pregnant with their second child.
Suddenly she was hit with sand as her son ran over to her. "Mommy, look I found a seashell!" Toru exclaimed happily.
Saki sat up smiling down at the violet-eyed black haired boy. "Oh, I see and a lovely shell it is."
"You can have it Mommy. I'll find another one," he said with bright-eyed enthusiasm that made her smile.
"Well thank you," she said, giving him a hug and a kiss.
Toru beamed as he went back to his search for more seashells. Yuki walked up holding their daughter, Sachiko in his arms. She couldn't help smiling brighter seeing the little silvery gray haired girl cling to Yuki. It made her glad that Yuki's curse had lifted before Sachiko's birth. The last barrier between them had finally crumbled and now they could live an unrestrained life.
"Sachiko and I are going to get some swimming in, will you keep an eye on Toru?"
Saki only nodded yes as she wrapped her arms around her knees. Yuki quickly bend down and kissed her. Before he could pull back she caught his neck and kissed him again with a little more passion. Yuki smiled, a slight blush coloring his cheek. He knew exactly what she was thinking but that would have to wait until later.
"What do you think another hour or so before we head back to the beach house?" he asked.
"That sounds like a plan," Saki replied, climbing to her feet. "You two go swimming now, I'll keep an out eye on Toru."
"Bye Mommy!" Sachiko exclaimed as Yuki carried her off toward the ocean.
Life hadn't always been easy for them but Saki had no regrets about the past. Things had worked out for the best and she really couldn't ask for more.