Round 7 - Singing with Jenny and KyouyaIt was the 7th round of the Young missy contest, a musical lesson with the music room’s melodious maiden and the shadow king. Kasaki was rather looking forward to this challenge, she loved to listen to music and always wanted to take her turn at singing and today she was going to do just that.
She wandered down the music centre’s hallway to find Kyouya and Jenny already in the training room “Moreau-san, Ootori-san, good morning” Kasaki chirped as she enter the room. “Oh hey, you made it just in time Kasaki-chan!” Jenny said to greet the young girl as she turned around from reviewing various pieces of sheet music, “such a lovely day that’s perfect for singing, I hope you’re ready” Jenny asked as she stared out to the sunlight embracing the room from the large windows.
“Yeah I am, what will we be singing today?” Kasaki asked, Jenny giggled slight “I should be asking that to you Kasaki, it’s your choice to
Round 6 - Archery with Shiro and KageToday was the sixth round of the Young missy contest, the round Kasaki was rather looking forward to. Kasaki stood with the other young missies patiently waiting for the instructors to arrive. “Good morning everyone” Shiro said cheerfully as she greeted them. “Today we will be running through the basics of archery and we will be testing our skills with different bows and techniques however before we begin, we will need to change into the proper attire” Kage said with a smile. Shiro giggled “Come with me and I’ll show you what you’ll be wearing”.
After several minutes, the girls where know dressed in their miko attire and ready to begin. “Alright, are any of ye familiar with archery” Kage asked as she stood up front. Kasaki raised her hand, “my older sister does archery so I’ve had a small attempt in the past, but it wasn’t very good”. “No worries” Kage said in response, “We’ll ha
Round 5 - Cat sittingKasaki sat anxiously at the oak table as she watched Paris sat batting a ball of yarn across the patchwork rug. Kasaki was used to being around cats due to her mother’s career a veterinarian, but I still didn’t help the fact that Kasaki was still a tiny bit intimidated by them after being scratched by one in her mother’s care.
Kasaki warily rose down to Paris’s level and reached out her hand. The playful feline stopped batting around the mangled pile of yarn and curiously sniffed at Kasaki’s hand, which quickly turned to Paris nuzzling its head against the young girl’s palm with a gentle purr. Kasaki’s smiled and giggled with relief that Paris was nothing like that cat scratched her.
Kasaki gently stroked the feline’s head, “I’m guessing it’s time for lunch” she said happily as she went over to the kitchen to fetch Paris some canned Tuna.
To the girl’s surprise there was two other tiny kittens mewing and play