"I won't" he replied in an attempt at being soothing. He pat her back gently.
Cody nodded, she winced when he patted her back, in hurt, there were burises there. Hugs were OK with her though, the comforted her.
Cody slid out of Blue's arms and onto the ground,
"We....we shoul' go git 'is 'ouse sol' an' 'en we can git me 'ome clo'hes." she siad, she was kind of excited to get new clothes, she wodnered what they'd be like.
"Alright, We'll go buy some clothes first." he replied, thinking of his little sister in a cute little dress.
Cody nodded, she reached up and wrapped her tiny hand aroound her brother's,
"W'a' wedo wit' sui'case'?" she asked quietly, staring up at her brother, her eyes still looekd sad but a hint of excitement wasadding to it now. She was going to get new clothes!
"We''ll leave it here for now but then we'll come back and put some clothes in there." he replied. He walked out of the house, tugging COdy along with him. He locked the door behind him and led her out onto the streets. Soon, they arrived at a small clothes shop that was rundown but had good clothes.
((Fluffy is busy and can't post for a bit. By the way, can I put this into the novel section, if it fits? I'll add the link and take no credit for it! Thanks!))
(Hm would you like to continue this?)
((Ok! I'll post later, a bit busy at the moment!))
He held Cody close. He could sort of sense her fear. He wanted her to feel safe, not scared. He gave some people hard glares and they knew well enough to avert their eyes. He took her into the center of the room and bent down next to her. "pick whatever you want" he said, trying to be soothing. He would do his best to make her happy.
His eyes were slightly wide. That was a lot. But everything for his little sister. He masked his concern and paid for it, emptying out most of his wallet. Well, give some, take some. He loaded it all up into a few bags and carried it in his left hand, holding Cody's hand with his right.
(Did we sell the bike for the boat yet or not? I sorta forgot XD)
He smiled down at her, reassuringly, hiding his slight worry. He led her outside, propping her up on the bike. He got on behind her, putting his arms around her, on the handlebars. He turned the bike on and they spead to the auto dealership. They needed to leave soon. This was going to be close.
He nearly facepalmed at his idiocy. He turned the bike around towards the house. "Thanks for reminding me, I has almost forgotten about that" he replied. He was truly thankful. He smiled down at his littler sister. He was thankful for her. It felt good to have family, a real family, not his worthless parents. Soon, they pulled up near the house.
He grabbed the suitcase's other end and helped her carry it to the bike where they strapped it on the back. He then took the bags from the clothing store and fit it into one of the suitcases, pulling one out for Cody. "Go change, I'll be right here when you get back" he said as soothingly as he could. He was pretty bad at it. His voice still came out pretty rough. He began to close the suitcase and start dragging the others to the bike to be strapped down.
Blue peeked in, being done with the bags. "Hey don't rush" he said, walking over to her. He bent down in front of her and pushed her hands aside and began doing it for her. He adjusted the shoes around her small foot, fitting it to size. Then he began to tie. He finished up with a tight double knot that shouldn't come out for a while. "Ready to go?" he asked, standing up, a kind-hearted smile on his face.
He looked down at her with confusion. He bent down and brought her face up to his gently. "I'm not mad Cody. I would never be mad at you. I'm not your master, I am your brother" he said truthfully. It came out sincere and soft.
"It's alright" he replied. He stood up and took the suitcase from Cody when she was done. He went over to the bike and strapped it on. It was the last one. He lifted her onto the bike and sat behind her, wrapping her arms around her and onto the handlebars to make sure she didn't fall off. He switched it on and pulled into the street.
(Did we sell the house yet?)
(But did we sell it off yet? Can I go straight to the auto dealer?)
He took the first right down the strangely named streets of the suburb. He pulled over into the parking lot of the auto dealer soon after. This was the closest one to the harbor for a boat, not too far. He stepped off the bike, pulling Cody off too. He walked in, tugging her along. A bubbly salesman ran up. The talks went quickly and soon they were walking out of there with a good amount of cash. He took it all in down payment. He lifted Cody up like a little baby and held the sack of money in his other hand. Now, if they just didn't get robbed, they could be out of here soon.
"They are too big to fit in my pockets and its alright Cody, I got it. Just relax. You work too much!" he said teasingly. He tugged her along in his arms as they went down the sidewalk. It wasn't a time of day where most people were out. He focused on hurrying to the harbor, looking out for thugs and stuff. The harbor was soon in sight. They were almost there.
He held her tight, feeling her shake a little. "We will be alright" he said. He guided her into the harbor. He went down to a place he knew. An old friend of his stood there. He smiled at old Huck. "Huck! Meet my little sister!" he said as loudly as Huck normally did. Huck turned around from his work and gave him a toothy smile. "Blue! Nice to see you again. Nice little one you have there" he replied loudly, rushing over. "What can I do for you" he asked. "Well I need a boat, know where i can get one?" he said, getting down to business.