A cool breeze blew over her hazel fur, making her stir. She stood up, smiling and stretching, and opened her blue
and seafoam green eyes. "Hey Bram.." said a soft voice next to Bram. "Hey Robin!" Bram said with a cheerful tone,
not a thing showing as usual. "I was just seeing how you were doing.." Robin said, in a sad, worn-out tone. Bram
tilted her head to the side, "I'm fine! How are.. you doing..?" Robin sighed and slumped to the forest floor. "Nuthin'.
just the usual sad mood that comes on sometimes... I'll get over it." Bram nuzzled her friend's side, her eyes flooding
with a happy, innocent gleam. "Ok Robin. If you ever want to talk I'm here!" the brown tabby said, rolling over on her
back, her head leaning against Robin's side.
"How come your always so cheerful Bram? I know not a lot happens to you, but you always seem so positive.. there
must be a time where your sad?" Bram paused for a second thinking, then sighed in a unusual way. "I do get sad
Robin.. there are moment when I start thinking and sometimes I'm not so happy." Robin's head lifted to look at her
friend, starting to get worried. "Oh, Bram, I didn't mean to make you-" Bram laughed a little and looked towards Robin,
"It's ok though! I always look past them and move on to the next thing that makes me happy! Like nice stories, or
homestuck, or I go to the farm, ride a bike, chase a chicken, the usual." Robin laughed and jumped up, making Bram
fall backwards. "Race you to the farm?" Robin said, smiling evily with a look of humor in her eyes. Bram jumped up and
jumped on Robin's back, then jumped to the ground running, "Hardly a race when I'm the only one running!" Bram yelled
from a far.
Robin chased after her friend, both of them laughing and jumping over each other until they reached the farm. Not a lot
of people were there, how they liked it. The ducks and chickens were out so Robin and Bram ran after them all, giving
them names and creating stories for them. The sun started to go down so the two ran back into the forest. They laid down
in their clearing, still talking about the animals back stories when a brown tom cat walked out from the trees to the two
"Momo!" the two she-cats yelled excitedly at the same time. Bram jumped up and walked over to the tom and touched
noses. "Hey you two, just got back from hunting. Here I brought a couple mise and a rabbit." Robin got up and took the
rabbit silently for herself as Morrow and Bram sat next to each other and talked. Robin quietly hid behind the tree eatting
the Rabbit until Morrow spoke up, "Hey where'd the rab- where's Rob- ..." robin quickly burried the prey and ran around
the bushes to the clearing's other side and walked back in. "Hey guys just went to get a drink of water!" Morrow looked at
Robin, but didn't say anything as a smile appeared on his face, grabbing the two mice for him and bram.
Later that evening Bram and Morrow laid close to each other, side by side. Morrow licked the top of her head and touched
noses with her. "I love you!" Bram said cheerfully, out of the blue. Morrow laughed a little under his breath, "I love you too."
Robin was off in her corner of the clearing, playing with a blue feather, her eyes lighting up with joy. Soon the three fell asleep
under the stars. The air around them was warm with a small cold breeze every so often.