Snowmen and MistletoeSnowmen and Mistletoe4 years ago in Romance More Like This
For Yosuke Hanamura being alone on Christmas Eveor any time in Decemberwas like your inmate in prison beating you to a bloody pulp. His parentsdragging poor Teddie with themwere currently traveling two hundred-and-eighty miles to the next city where they would spend Christmas Eve with his Aunt Konata. Yosuke hated Christmas with his aunts house. She was a cheek-pincher, her son-in-law was a drunk, her husband (Yosuke's uncle) had World War II on the brain and the dogsChance and Betty-Sumade it impossible to sleep nights.
Finally that year Yosuke made a stand. He told his mother straight out he wasn't going with them. Naturally this made her upset. She played the guilt card by saying his aunt would be hurt if he didn't show; but Yosuke knew better. He knew that his aunt was not only under the impression he was four years old, but also a girl.
So, hours and hours passed of dead silence and ultimate boredom in the Hanamura residence. His mom had called
Persona - Chaos Butterfly 1Chapter 1: Chance meeting.Persona - Chaos Butterfly 16 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Tatsumi Port Island The place wasn't that bad. Sure, he'd been living there for only a few months, but he was used with his life changing over and over again due his parents' busy careers. This time, however, he felt like his world had been turned upside down.
Only a day ago, Souji Seta had been released from the Tatsumi Memorial Hospital, with no clue on what had happened to his parents and he was still reeling from it. Just a few months ago, he had felt happy that, while he was leaving behind all his friends, with all of whom he'd formed deep and unbreakable bonds, he would be seeing his parents for the first time in just under a year.
And it was a heartwarming reunion for the silver haired boy. The night he'd arrived home, Souji had surprised his mother by enveloping her in a warm hug, repeating the process with his father before talking long into the night with them about many things, enjoying their company and presence as they caught up with