"Ughhhhhh," Haku groaned at Amaras side as they walked down the streets of Magnolia Town, "Shopping is so boring!" he complained loudly whilst swinging his arms which carried various shopping bags full of items of clothing and a range of accessories.
Amara frowned at him and snatched the bags from his hands, "You're going to drop my things. And stop complaining, I am a girl. I like shopping. Besides I never really get to shop so this is exciting for me, dont ruin it baka."
"I am not ruining it sis, I cant help t if the things you like are incredibly boring," He replied back in his usual growl and shoved his hands into the pockets of his trousers.
"Look I am not forcing you to stay with me! If you really dont like shopping then go home, but if you are going you can take all of these bags with you," Sighed Amara whilst thrusting the many bags into Haku's arms causing him to stumble backwards a little.
"Fine," Snarled Haku, coming across as more annoyed than what he actually was however Amara was used to this and let it slip without mentioning it as Haku stormed off in the other direction.
Swinging her arms which were now free from the weight of the shopping bags Amara continued to walk through Magnolia Town, occasionally peeking into shops to observe their goods and converse with the shop keepers in a friendly manor. The sky was clear and dotted with chirping birds, creating a perfect atmosphere. It was nice to have a day off, thought Amara, after the recent drama of meeting someone from her childhood she hadn't had time to thin clearly by herself. Now was the perfect chance.
Amara was just about to sit down and relax on a nearby bench when someone close to her shouted, "HEY! ANYBODY WANTS TO HAVE A SLEEPOVER?" startling the thought engrossed huntress and causing her to trip over her own to feet. Luckily she managed to steady herself on the side of the bench before she hit the floor but she could not recover from the embarrassment as she felt her cheeks burn up.
"Whats the worst that could happen?" Said Amara to herself in response to the strangers call for a sleepover, "I have never done anything like this before, I am sure it'll be fun. And this way I'll be able to make some friends at least." She slowly made her way over to the brown- haired girl who had recently shouted out in the streets and smiled at her.
"Hi! I am Amara, I would love to have a sleep over! Although... I am not exactly sure what one is..." Having lost all memories of her childhood Amara's number one priority had never really been interacting with others and making friends. However she saw this a chance to be educated on the world around her, an opportunity she was not willing to pass on.