“Sorry about earlier-”
“No you’re not!” Georgia replied with a laugh.
Her friend thought for a while before laughing with her.
“No, you’re right, I’m not! I’d do it any day that was just moving too fast!” She replied.
“Ha! I guess you’re right, anyway…how exactly did you miss the bus?”
“Got up late.” Was the reply she received from the woman.
“Right, so you got up late…”
Her friend turned to her.
“Well, I’d better catch the bus back then.” Lozzie smiled.
The two friends waved to each other as they split off from each other. Georgia smiled to herself as she headed into the trees. Cars were permitted in the grounds of the village but only in a certain place. The place was small clearing in the woods where it was near the middle, hidden from most people. She took the laptop bag off her shoulder and opened it slightly reaching in for the keys.
She looked up in surprise at the figure leaning calmly against her Ford. Kakashi smiled at her slightly over his book. Georgia, unsure of what to do, stood there in silence for a few minutes allowing it to sink in. Kakashi sighed and looked away from where she was stood.
“What…? What exactly are you, err you know, doing here?” She asked finally.
He glanced back at her before finishing the page he was on and closing it.
“Your friends nice.”
“Yes she is but I don’t see what that has to do with why you’re here.”
“Me?” Kakashi asked. “I’m here to apologise about earlier.” He paused. “So I’m sorry.”
Kakashi stopped leaning on her car and turned to her. Both of them staying silent waiting for the other to speak.
“I’ll see you tomorrow then.” He told her.
She watched him as he walked off back towards the village. He was only a short distance away from her when she let out a short laugh.
“What?” He asked her.
He turned his head to the side. She looked up towards the sky a little.
“Well, it wasn’t just you who sort of kissed, it was me too. So don’t worry about what happened.” She replied. “Anyway I have to get home so I’ll see you around.”
“Yes, you probably will.” He told her.
She watched him as they waved to each other both going their separate ways.