Another great day, another picture to add to Yuugi’s ever-growing scrapbook. His scrapbook was his biggest secret, it was filled with pictures of romantic things he and Hikaru had done over the past months. He decided that one day he’d show it to Hikaru and they would talk about all the pictures and have a really great evening, but for now that was just a dream. The book had to be filled first, Yuugi thought. He added the latest picture to his book and sighed dreamily, before grabbing his jellyfish plush and rolling over his bed and giggling. Good thing his crush wasn’t here. This was all highly confidential. At the moment. Maybe if they dated longer… He laid down quietly, thinking about it. Tomorrow was Valentine’s Day, he had to do something. Make something for Hikaru. But he wasn’t a star in the kitchen. However, he did know about chocolate. Shoving his plush to the side, and carefully putting away his scrapbook, he grabbed his laptop (because it’s hard to browse the web and think properly on the same internal memory) and went to his favorite webshop. He just had the best idea.
It was the morning of February 14th and Hikaru felt horrible. She had a bad night of sleep and basically hated Valentine’s Day because it existed. To make it even worse, Haruki was talking loudly about all the romantic things he and his boyfriend were going to do which made Hikaru even grumpier. She was done with life very early today.
And then her brother told her she had a package.
It was all wrapped up in bright pink paper and had her address written on it with a curly font. Hikaru carefully opened it, and saw an envelope that covered up the actual goods. She opened it and took out the letter. In the same curly font, it read:
‘My dearest Hikaru, I am not nearly as romantic as girls hope I would be. I am nearly as creative in the kitchen as I think I should be. But I want you to know that even if my skills are lacking my love for you is not, and I will give you anything I cherish. Happy Valentine’s Day.’
It was unsigned, but looking at the contents of the package Hikaru quickly figured out who sent it. Because it was filled with all kinds of Kit-Kat flavors.