You smiled, you loved going to see your boyfriend. Waiting outside his door after you knocked, you hummed.
Vash opened the door, blushing at the sight of you. “Hey!” You said, greeting him with your usual hug. He held you at arms-length and you pouted, wanting to be able to glomp him. “What?”
He flushed red as your eyes travelled over what he was wearing. The frilly apron he was wearing was no doubt a gift from Lilli and you chuckled, trying not to burst out laughing. “It’s not funny....” he muttered, pulling you inside so that his attire couldn’t be spotted.
“C’mon...” he mumbled, tugging on your hand so you would follow him into the kitchen. You sniffed the air. The telltale smell of chocolate was of course ever present but there was another, vanilla like scent.
“What’re you making?” You hopped up on one of the tall chairs on the other side of the counter and watched as he began to stir in a pan. “Well, Lilli asked if I could make something new, and she requested pudding.....” he sighed, rubbing his neck as he carried on stirring, his back to you.
“Is Lilli here?”
“No. Otherwise you’d know.” You laughed again, Lilli did like you a lot, to the annoyance of her brother. She’d often barge in at the most unexpected moments, leading to quite a bit of embarrassment.
You gazed at him, his strong shoulders moving slightly as he heated the mixture up. “So what kind of pudding is it?” You asked, leaving your seat in favour of wrapping your arms around him and snuggling up to his back.
“She wanted mocha. After this, we have to put in the fridge and wait for it to solidify.”
“And how long’s that going to take?” You murmured into the warmth of his sweater. You felt him shrug, laughing softly. “About an hour or so.”
Rubbing your cheek on his back, you sighed contentedly and closed your eyes. Not that he minded of course, but you were sort of restricting his ability to move.
Vash patted your hands and turned around, kissing you gently and sweetly. “Wait for me for a second okay?” After he was released, he set about getting the stuff into some bowls and putting them in the fridge.
He took off the apron and held your hand again, this time tugging you to the living room and turning on the TV.
The two of you snuggled for a while, but soon what started out as an innocent kiss morphed into a heated lip-lock as he pulled you on top of him.
His hands running down your curves, you combed your hands through his hair, tsking when you found a couple of knots. He smiled, humming slightly as he felt your meticulous work in his blond hair. Happy, he nuzzled his lips against yours, looking, in your opinion as adorable as an angel.
Lilli’s voice startled Vash so much he jumped and in doing so slid off the sofa. By rolling you’d managed to not crash to the ground, luckily. As you lay on your back, you giggled loudly at the sight of a disgruntled Vash on the floor, his hair in front of his eyes.
“What?” he barked, more than pissed as he glared at his sister. She merely pouted, an expression which he couldn’t say no to crossing her face. “I-I was just, wondering.....if the pudding was ready yet?”
She looked at her feet, glancing up at her brother every now and again. Sighing, he ruffled his hair and got to his feet, pecking your lips once and went into the kitchen, followed by an ecstatic Lilli.
You trailed after them, smiling as Vash put an upside-down plate on the pudding. “Ready?” He asked Lilli. She nodded vigorously and flipped it.
Triumphantly, she took the bowl off of the top and..... she frowned as it sagged into a heap, surprisingly not bursting though.
You giggled at their disappointed faces, brandishing three spoons. “Hey, I’ll bet it tastes good!”
Lilli beamed at you, eagerly digging in to it. “Hey leave some for us!”
“It’s all so squidgy!”
“Hey, it’s wobbling!”
“Don’t drop it you idiot!”
The banter between you and Lilli continued as Vash ate some of his own pudding. Gazing happily at the two of you, he smiled, wondering how on earth he could have deserved you both.