Hand and hand the innocent walks while out on their way to enjoy this new day. Had he not promised to take Anna to the park and actually fulfilled that promise he would have had to deal with a pouting blonde for a week so , to the park they ventured. First , with the little flower by his side but she’d seen after be lifted up upon his back . A smile resting upon his face and laughter escaping her dainty form as she clung to him.
Their walk was felt like it had dragged on forever with how much they stalled, stopping to look at all of the new buildings and stores as well as their new surrounding since they move so often for her safety. It was moments like this that make it all worth it. The moments that he enjoyed the most.
" Jonah! Jonah! C’mon! " She’d shout after he had let her down upon the ground. The angel letting out a scoff before casually jogging after her and lifting her up from behind while making little dinosaur sounds. " I got you ~ I got you ~ " He’d say a few octaves lower as he placed her upon the top of the slide. " Anna. Be careful okay? I’m gonna over there watch you but you play and make friends , okay? I’ll be right over there. I promise." He’d say , a smile of reassurance worn as he then made his way over to the nearby bench to watch his flower frolic like the little princess that she was. Swinging on the bars like a monkey after going down the slide several times.
It was kind of weird — A teenage girl sitting at a park watching children play. Some would say creepy was a better term. But Sue wasn’t one for caring. In fact, in a few months she would be sitting here with her own little bundle of joy. Sitting around all day watching everything going on around her had taught her a few things of how to raise her daughter once she’s born. How better to learn than to watch it being done, right?
Sue sat herself on her usual park bench. It was her favorite because it was the only chair which always had shade no matter where in the sky the sun was. And oddly enough, it was rarely ever taken. Most people were too busy in the playground with their kids to bother sitting around watching.
But this time there was a boy sitting there. As she usually did, she just sat down as far away from the stranger as she could manage without almost falling off. Of course, it was such a cliche conversation starter whilst at the park, but what was the harm in trying. “Which one’s yours?” She questioned, turning to the boy but still keeping her attention on the playground.