May I request a fluffy rainy day between f!sole and Hancock? Whether or not theyre romanced yet is up to you! Thank you!
He never believed in karma, even when things were going to Hell in a handbasket around him. It just never made sense that a bad person could do a few good things and be rewarded while a good person could have a bad day and be punished.
But as Hancock sat on the old couch looking out the window with his Sunshine curled up under his arm, he was starting to wonder if maybe there was something to the whole karma thing. After all, she hadn’t come around until he had started to turn his life around.
“Whatcha thinking?” Nora tipped her head up towards him, still keeping her cheek pressed against his shoulder.
“That it’s a real shame it’s raining again,” Hancock replied, his dark eyes staring straight ahead at the water spattered window. “I was hoping to get to show my best girl around.”
“Best girl, huh?” Sitting up, Nora turned her body to him and smiled playfully. “You got a worse girl, too?”
“Sure do,” Hancock agreed, taking a moment to stretch out his arm to regain some feeling that had been cut off. “You, when you wake up on the wrong side of the bed.”
Nora laughed and hopped off the couch, wobbling slightly as she regained her balance. They had been sitting quietly together for some time, just watching the rain running down the glass that separated them, only temporarily, from the real world. “So I’ve been thinking,” she began slowly, rocking onto the balls of her bare feet as she grabbed her own hands behind her back.
“That’s almost always dangerous,” he noted, standing and stretching himself. Nora just grinned at him.
“I found an old board game the other day. It looks like all the pieces are there if you want to give it a go.”
“A board game, huh?” Scratching his chin, Hancock pretended to think about it. After a few long seconds, he gave a nod. “Yeah, alright. I guess that could be fun.”
“Yay!” Clapping her hands in excitement, Nora practically beamed at him. “No one ever wants to play them anymore! I’ll go and get it!” As she turned, she stopped and looked at him again. “One thing, though.”
“I get to be the shoe!”
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