Garnet relaxed a little realizing this. He turned to Raka. "An online booking?" he asked her guessing at how they will book their tickets. Garnet didn't show but he still felt unnerved. Like he was being watched.
"it's 2 am. Most stores aren't open, and normal humans would be sleeping right now." she shrugged her shoulders and looked around. "let's just get home. We can book the flight." she smiled, reassuring him.
Garnet looked around the town. There truly was no one. This is unusual. I don't like this..." he told Raka and stiffened a little. Garnet looked around warily.
"good idea." she smiled and set storm down and walked towards town, taking Garnets hand in hers. She made sure Storm followed and found she had taken a fancy to Garnet's shoes. She smiled at that and looked around the town. No one was there, understandably. She looked at the shops. They weren't open for another hour or so. She sighed. "well there goes the pet supplies."
Garnet tingled at her long kiss. He then stared at the bear and kept his fingers away from Storm this time. "Well, lets continue into town." he suggested and began walking a couple steps. He waiting for Raka to put Storm down.
She smiled looking down at Storm and then back at Garnet. She gave him a long kiss. "Don't hate her. I think she's starting to like you, and your shoes." She laughed and leaned down to pick up the bear. It squirmed a bit, and then calmed down. "See." She showed him when she calmed down.
Garnet hugged her as she began to pannick. "It's OK, don't worry so much about it. This wedding will happen." he reassured her and planted a small kiss on her lips. Garnet stopped after feeling a slight tug on his leg. What the? he thought and turned to see storm pulling on his shoe. "We are going to have a difficult time aren't we?" he asked the bear not expecting any kind of an answer.
"Oh it'll be fine. We can just say she was a deformed puppy. She's the perfect size, and her fur kind of makes her look like one since it isn't as bushy." She looked down at her and then back up at Garnet. "After we book the flight to Australia, we should think about what to do on the honeymoon, and also about your family. Your family seemed to like the fake me. What if they don't like the real me and, like, call off the wedding. They can do that you know." She said complaining to him and panicking again.
Garnet flared red in a lot of embarrassment. "he he" he said a little uneasy. He couldn't help but smile as the bear obeyed her order however. "How are we going to bring storm into town?" he asked her.
She turned towards Storm and then back at Garnet just in time to see the face he made at Storm. She stopped walking and started laughing. "Wow, real mature." She said through her laughter and looked at Storm. "Be nice." She said, doubting she understood her, but she went next to Garnet and stopped the growling. that made Raka laugh even more. "hmmm, i think i like Bears better than dogs now. They are more obedient." She smiled at Garnet.
Garnet sighed. The bear hates me, great.... he thought to himself and held onto Raka's hand and began to walk towards town with the bear following and growling slightly. Garnet turned his head and pulled his right eyelid down and poked his tongue at storm without Raka seeing.
She laughed. "sHe's still scared. It'll take some time for her to get used to us." She smiled down at the bear cub. "Well, you at least. I think she likes me." She smiled and set the bear down. It walked around her legs and pawed at her legs. She smiled at it then looked back at garnet. "Ready?" She asked.
Garnet smiled. "I like the name." he replied. Garnet walked over to Raka as she picked up storm. He then gently rubbed its belly when the bear quickly bit his finger. "Oww...very cute." he grumbled.
She followed his gaze. "storm. I named it storm." she smiled and gave him a kiss. "ok, let's go book the tickets, then we should go get some pet supplies." she said and walked over to storm and picked her up. She squealed a bit, but then Raka started holding her like a baby, and she became quiet. She smiled. "well this will be easy. It's a human bear." she smiled.
Garnet was last to finish since he was really thirsting. However he kept himself clean this time. He stood up and looked to Raka. Garnet looked a lot better now and not as pale and cold. "We should probably book those tickets soon." he suggested and then looked over to the cub.
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