So last night daddy came home with the Hokage and scolded me, but it didn't last long. My mom was on my side on this one.
My dad was too but he said I was very vulgur and unladylike. When Jiraiya heard what had happened though, he had a look of admiration toward me.
*sigh* well, it's a new day. Let's see where it takes me!
Sunara walked out of the mansion towards her fathers office. Jiraiya walked alongside her, joking about how he should have been there to help her kick ass.
"Well, I already did the ass-kicking so really, you wouldn't really be much help." Joked Sunara.
"Ha ha, funny," said Jiraiya, cracking up.
They walked inside the office where both Naruto and Gaara were talking, sitting face to face.
"Yo dad!" Yelled Jiraiya from the doorway.
"Hey son! Hello Sunara!" Exclaimed Naruto excitedly.
Sunara walked to where her father was and hugged him. She then noticed a letter on her fathers table.
"What's that?" She asked.
"Heh, the resignation you had suggested," said Gaara.
"Well, I'll be! He took my advice! I guess he's not totally deaf in the ears! Nice. So now I can get rid of all of them!" Said Sunara, reviewing the letter.
"Well, as tempting as that sounds, I'm afraid we can't have that. They are the 'absolute' rulers of Suna after all," said Gaara.
"Nonsense. I can't believe you said that. I don't get the point of having a Kazekage if he's not going to do anything but
- " Sunara stopped.
She looked down, crossing her arms.
"What?" asked Gaara.
"As if being the ultimate sacrifice wasn't enough
now they're using you?" She said gravely.
The words sunk in to Gaara, Naruto, and Jiraiya. Gaara sighed and resumed looking at the scrolls.
"Over my dead body." She said, walking out from the office.
Gaara looked on as she left. "She over thinks things too much," he said.
"But, don't you think it's true?" asked Jiraiya.
Gaara nodded. "Maybe, but there's nothing I can do about it. I'm no longer a violent killer. I don't have the power I used to have when I had Shukaku."
"You don't need Shukaku, Gaara," said Naruto.
Jiraiya stood up and went after Sunara, who was outside sitting on the stairs, looking around at the passers by, thinking.
"You know, the way you think scares me," he said.
Sunara smiled and buried her head in her arms.
"It's not fair. They only use him, they don't care about him," she said.
"Sorry. But the villagers love you guys! I mean, so what? The council members are a bunch of assholes. It can't be helped." Said Jiraiya.
"You're right. But I feel bad for my dad. If anything were to happen to the village, he would be the sacrifice. Again! As if he hasn't done that enough." She said. "But, no. I won't let anything happen to him."
Jiraiya looked at her, questioning her intentions.
Sunara smiled. "Forget it," she said.
Sunara stood up and walked back home with Jiraiya.
Masaru, Sunara's oldest brother, saw the two heading home and decided to join them.
"Hey, Jiraiya, I'm going to the training grounds. Wanna come?" He asked.
Jiraiya nodded and followed.
"Hey, how about me?" Asked Sunara.
"You should go home Sunara. We'll be home in a bit," said Masaru.
Sunara, grumpy and angry, walked home.
Masaru and Jiraiya went to the training grounds. Jiraiya prepped up but Masaru stopped him.
"We're not training. I have to tell you something. We have to make the pact happen between the Sand, Leaf, and Rain." Said Masaru.
"What? But I heard it was a marriage proposal. I don't think it's a good idea." Said Jiraiya.
"I know, I agree with you. But we have to think of something." Said Masaru.
"What? Another sort of proposal?" Asked Jiraiya.
"Yeah, like, an exchange of information maybe," said Masaru.
What kind of information?" Asked Jiraiya.
"I don't know, but we have to think of something." Said Masaru.
Ugh, I hate being a girl. If I were a guy I swear I'd be all up in peoples face!
But guys don't wear skirts, accessories, or try to look cute.
Nevermind. Anyway, I'm just pissed that the stupid council members are using my dad. It's said. My dad's been through shit all his life, now this?
He's only human!!