Aikos Story

Aikos Story

Posted on: Jan 12, 2019
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This is probably one of my favorite characters I have made so far. Her story with her brother is a bit complicated, but hopefully you will understand it. As always, please do not comment on this skin (I have a discussions skin for that!)
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Aikos Story

Posted on: Jan 12, 2019
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This is probably one of my favorite characters I have made so far. Her story with her brother is a bit complicated, but hopefully you will understand it. As always, please do not comment on this skin (I have a discussions skin for that!)
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Now that you've read the first chapter, this is the discussion page XD (you can bookmark it so you wont lose it)
*Whatever.* She said returning to her coffee. It was a start of a long school year.

-END CHAPTER 1-
*I'm already popular!* She thought, elated by the fact she already had a group of friends. She had also found that they were her roommates for the year. Maybe this year wouldn't be so bad after all? She saw two white-haired girls, twins no doubt, walk past. Then, a redhead walked in. He was tall, with a red sweater, and he seemed to be looking at Aiko. Her friends had noticed she was staring, *That's Akio! He's really cool! You should totally talk to him!* Her friends said, and giggled.
She drove to Hisao's school, and dropped him off. Before he got out, she planted another kiss on his head. *Stay safe, and don't forget me!* She said as he slid out of the car. She watched him walk to his school, and wave. She waves back, then drove away. She drove for many miles before entering the big city. She easily found a parking spot. She walked into the large museum of a school, and sat down at a table. Soon, a couple others joined her, and they quickly became friends.
Inside the shed, they found the many items they required. *You carry this.* Aiko said, handing her brother a can of paint. It was about eight when they actually started. Aiko directed her brother in painting as she worked on the engine. By noon, it ran. It wasn't the smoothest ride, but it started, and it worked. *We need to get you registered for school too.* Aiko said to her brother. *If I drop you off at the school, can you do the papers by yourself?* She asked. Hisao nodded.
She then kissed the top his head, and wiped away his tears. *I will come back. Soon, very soon.* She promised. *Now, would you like to help me on the truck?* Her brother sniffled, then nodded. *Come along then.* She said, holding the door open. The truck was in serious disrepair. The paint was dry and cracked. The bumper was barely on. She stared at the old truck. *We needsome tools.* They walked over to the shed that their uncle kept things in.
She sighed. She turned around, and saw Hisao standing there, stuffed bear in one hand. *You're leaving?* He said, tears in his eyes. She slowly walked up to him, and squatted down to his level. *Yes, I need to go to a different school for a while, but I promise I'll be back soon.* Hisao started crying. He hugged his bear closely to his chest. *Why?!* He exclaimed through tears. *You can't leave me alone with Uncle Okin!* Aiko hugged her brother, fighting off her own tears.
*It's just a publicity program. To get more students.* Aiko said. She heard a patter of footsteps, meaning her brother was awake. *It will just be for one year. Unless they decide to hive out scholarships early.* She played with her fingers. *I need to borrow one of the trucks.* She muttered barely loud enough to hear. *Whatever. If you can get the gray one to run, it's yours.* With that remark, he slammed the door shut behind him, rattling the rickety structure of a house.
*Wait, Sir!* Aiko yelled before her uncle left. *Last year. Last year, I was chosen to do a college level program at a college in the city.* She started, *School starts today. Check-in is due by three.* She said, noting that it was only seven in the morning. The time couldn't pass soon enough. She could finally leave this place, leave this uncle. *What?* He asked. *You ain't smart enough to go to college!* He said then snorted.
*Very good, child.* her uncle sneered. His scraggly, unkempt beard collected crumbs and bits of food. She stared at the floor, watching him eat. As he finished his breakfast he said, *I need to go to work. Someone's gotta earn the money 'round here.*
He scooted his chair back, again with the horrible screeching of the floorboards. *Wash the dishes.* He ordered as he grabbed his coat, and walked towards the door.