- A girl like me
- February 4th, 2010
Namine took time to spend with Riku, because she needed it. Even though he couldn't really move or do much, she enjoyed taking care of him and being there for him, as she always had since the very beginning. Of course, she hated him being in pain, but she liked that she didn't have to hide her desire to pay attention and take care of him. Since Riku's not bleeding inside or anywhere else, he's in the recovery unit, but Namine pulled
Her soon to be official rank and got him a place more private. Namine knew that he didn't really (if ... at all) look at other girls, but she did make sure to give him the cuter trainees that knew what they were doing.
She especially made sure Kairi never went anywhere near him. When the redhead did try to approach Riku, Namine would always be there flaring with nothing but anger and jealousy, only to turn right back to Riku and ... Feed him an apple. Or give him a very long and soul sucking (in a good way) kiss. She'd never explain it to him, she couldn't. Even if it was Riku.
Currently, she's enjoying her break, looking over papers and ... Doing paperwork, which isn't at all normal for her. She's nothing but a field medic, well trained and skilled, not a paper pusher. Still, she gives Riku no explanation for this, either. She just sits by his beside, giving him smiles and kisses and generally being the happy, calm girlfriend she's always wanted to be 24/7.
And then one of the new medics comes.
Looking up, she can see it's not one of the 'new' medics, so to speak. As far as Namine knows, her name was Ollette and she was a very sweet girl. She had all the proper makings of a very skilled medic and Namine, when she was stuck with being leader, was going to watch her progress. It was scary that she was already planning for this job.
Ollette fidgeted and switched her weight back and forth "may I speak with you?"
Namine blinks and nods, nothing but polite and kind, she stands, setting her work down and laying her hand on Riku's shoulder, smiling at him softly as she leaves the room.