Girls Afternoon Out
Coffee? Misa scrunched up her face a little, not her favourite thing in the world but she could get juice or something instead. She doubted Lidner would want her hyperactive from a caffeine dose, but the shopping part sounded the best to her, of course. New outfits were needed on Misa’s part, especially for when some important events came up.
“Shopping sounds perfect to mee~” Thinking about it, shopping then coffee sounded better, there was nothing like relaxing for a while after a good afternoon of shopping to Misa. “Ah… how about going shopping then for coffee? I prefer to relax after a good session of shopping!”, she said happily, letting a small giggle escape her lips. Beginning to play with the hem of her top, she added on a little quieter, “I can’t wait to get some new outfits! I really need some..”
Lidner laughed a little bit and they were on their way to the mall. “That sounds wonderful! We’ll take a look at everything if it means we have to go into every store.” Oddly enough, Lidner was actually excited for this. Shopping was a way for her to spoil herself and get herself well-earned incentives after having worked far too much. It also allowed her to just let go of her obligations and simply be a girl, which was nice considering all of the work she had to do to prove herself worthy to the males she works for and with.
They arrived at the mall in good time and Lidner parked in a secluded and unadmirable place that happened to a good distance away from the mall in the parking lot. She preferred to stay away from places too close to things for fear that reckless drivers will run through and hit her vehicle. “Here we are.”
Misa turned her head and stared at Lidner for a second as though she was stupid, before commenting. “Of course we’ll go in to every store. It’s not shopping if you do~on’t!” Honestly, she thought, going shopping and not visiting every store? That was… madness. What if you missed a really cute item in the shops you didn’t go to!
‘Here we are.’ were like the words ‘Ready, Set, Go!’ to Misa. She unclamped her seat belt, returning it to it’s original place before opening the door and jumping out. Without thinking she slammed the door a little too hard, “Oops.” And she began skipping off, almost forgetting Lidner in her rush to get shopping. Pausing on the spot, she spun to face her and grinned happily. “Where to first? Your choice! I know a few I’d like to go to~! but they can wait!” Misa knew instantly which stores she wanted to go to - even though she checked them all - she had her favourites and doubted they’d be to Lidner’s tastes.