After about 5 minutes, she had finished her small pile. Souru quickly dried her share of the dishes. She patiently waited for Mori to finished his much larger pile of the share. He seemed to have no problem with cleaning the dishes. Mori did it quite fast, actually. Souru really appreaciated the help.
Mori followed promptly, now understanding what it is he was doing. He then took some soap and a few dishes, while cleaning rapidly with the washcloth, though his expression never seemed to change.
Souru smiled gratefully and took her half of the pile. She turned on the sink and began to clean the dishes with soap and water, hoping Mori would catch on. She set the clean dishes on a rack beside her.
Mori then helped take most of the dishes so that Souru's stack wouldn't be as tall. Considering the way she almost dropped her books earlier in the day, he thought that maybe giving her the same situation, only with dishes, would be a lot worse.
When they got to the kitchen, Mori set the dishes into the sink and waited for the next instruction on helping to clean things up.
"I don't mind. But can you help me clean up before you leave? Everyone else already ran off." Souru's violet eyes stared at the dirty dishes stacked up on the table. She let out a sigh and walked over to the pile, trying to pick it up.
Mori smiled, then looked around as if confused of what to say next. He then found the words, but wasn't sure ifbhe should ask them.
"It seemed like a good dish, but would you like me to leave now? I do not want to intrude on any time you would want with your friends and family." He replied formally. He didn't want to sound rude, just wanting to ask a simple question.
Souru smiled and looked down. She was a bit embarassed at her hug, but it looked like it made Mori happy. She was happy as long as everyone else was around her. Souru had always tried to put others before her. But when her secret came up, it was an entirely different story.
Just like a domino reaction, Mori blushed as well and smiled.
"Thanks, and don't worry about apologizing. I haven't had a hug in a long time, and I can only recall having one girl as a friend, and that was your sister. It will take some time to get used to, but I'm glad it's getting used to you and no one else." He replied, then blushed again.
Jade smiled a little and looked at the two of them. For some reason they got along together so well its almost like magic. It felt nice to her being in a quiet like happy place. The fish was perfect and everything in here was perfect to her.
Souru blushed a deep red and released Mori. She shuffled her feet with a guilty look on her face. "I-I'm sorry, Mori. It's just... I'm s happy about all of this. I'm grateful to have a friend like you. Especially one I don't need to keep secrets from."
Mori blushed and didn't know how to take in all of this. When was the last time he got hugged? Could he remember? With slight he
Everyone sat back in their seats after the satisfying meal. Souru drank some tea before standing up and walking over to Mori. She hesitated a bit before giving him a hug. "Thanks again, Mori. For everything. You're really amazing," she whispered into his ear in a sweet tone. Souru was trying to think of a way to thank Mori for all of this.
Mori smiled and bowed. Many have praised Mori for his cooking, though he never showed his skill to others because he was too busy worrying about his cousin. Mori didn't have enough time to worry about where he was to go in the future, unlike many others. Cooking just happened to be a side skill.
Souru gave a warm smile as everyone began to eat. "Thank you so much, Mori-Senpai," she added before dining with the others. She savored each bite of Mori's dish. "Wow! This is absolutely delicious!"
"oh thanks." ^-^ she looked at every one. It seemed so nice to have so many freinds.
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