Chocolate HeplersNiro didn’t mind helping out but baking wasn’t really his thing. But a mission was a mission, even if that mission involved baking. “Renkai! You are late!!” a short girl pouted, “don’t you have a watch!?” Niro rubbed the back of his neck, “actually no I don’t,” he replied. “And you tell the time how?” the girl asked as she placed her hands on her hips. Niro pointed upwards, “the sun and its position,” he answered. Ryoko rolled her eyes. She had heard stories about Niro; he was a weird one. Supposedly Niro has no idea what a TV or electricity was. At first she didn’t believe it, but now she was not so sure. “Well get your butt in motion! We have a mission to do!” Ryoko stated as she started to walk off. Niro sighed and followed, Ryoko was a little too much for him to handle. He preferred the quiet, shy girls. “I said move it fa
Never AloneNiro was going to have to thank Dai san for the metal working lessons. Without his help, this gift for Yasashi would have never been made. Everyone told him to make a gift from his heart, and that was what he was going to do. He had spent all of his free time making it and now it was finally done. He really hoped that she liked it; he was not sure about how she felt about jewelry.Niro found her reading in the park. “Hey Yasa san,” she said as he walked up to her. “Niro san!” She squeaked as her face turned bright red. Niro sat down next to her, “Thank you for the chocolates, they were great,” he commented. “You... You…you’re welcome,” Yasashi commented blushing. “Oh, I almost forgot,” Niro commented as he pulled something out of his pocket. “For you,” he said as he handed it to Yasashi. It was a little black box. “What is in it?