After the food fight which I'd eventually joined in with (and actually had FUN with), me and Aysh headed upstairs. We split off at our rooms, to go and clean up. I pranced around my room rather hyper, grabbing several different shower products- including my lynx shower gel and three different types of conditioner. I had a relatively quick shower- I'd already had a shower once that morning and didn't manage to get that much syrup on me.
I climbed out of the shower, slipped on my green dressing gown and quickly towel dried my hair, shaking my head to let my blonde hair fall in to place. I applied a small amount of make up; some teal eye liner and a small amount of sea green eye shadow. Then I slipped on my turquoise plaid shirt and a pair of dark skinny jeans. I loved wearing green... I felt it matched my eyes. After I finished dressing, I flung myself (literally) on the bed and turned on the T.V. I changed to channel to Kerrang! and lay staring at my ceiling, until I heard a knock at the door.
"Come in!" I called. The door opened and Aysh stepped in, looking stunning as usual. She was wearing a blue and green flowered sun dress. I sat up and smiled at her. "Hey." She smiled back and walked over to the bed, sitting herself down next to me. "You missed out Kay..." she told me, with a grin on her face. I wondered what I was missing out on. " I was just going to offer you a big fancy shower like the one in my room, but obviously you have no need for it now, so, no fancy shower for Kayden." She stuck out her tongue at me. I giggled. Of all the things she could make appear, she chose a shower. And to think, we were here because we were 'DANGEROUS'. I laughed, and not for the first time, at the complete irony of the situation. When I stopped laughing, which was after quite a while, I laid back against my pillows, and I sighed.
"What's up?" Aysh asked, laying back against the pillows too. I told her that I'd just missed having a proper laugh since I'd been in The Unit, that I missed normal life. She gave me a hug and we just lay like that for a while, talking about random irrelevant stuff, until we lapsed in to a quiet but comfortable silence. I rested my head on her shoulder, and chuckled. She looked at me questioningly. "You smell nice." I told her.