It was a nice and sunny day, the sun glaring down on me and my dog, Buster, as we walked through the park. It was his second walk this morning and the little husky was still bounded with energy. Almost every time we passed another dog or person he let out a bark of pure excitement, his body straining against his harness as he attempted to bound up to them. This had been the reason why I had to start using harnesses. The little pup got so excited that he would tug and tug, eventually choking himself but too caught up to realize.
"It's a nice day, eh? You're such a little ball of energy." I patted the puppy's back, earning a happy yap from him as he swerved and peered around the park. After a minute his gaze seemed to settle on the little playground, the one that had many little kids running and playing around on. I chuckled and gently tugged the leash, earning a loud storm of barks from him as he suddenly began to tug towards the park, tail wagging like a little hurricane. Unlike most of his tugs this one took me by surprise, his leash flying right from my hands as he quickly took his chance and began bounding over to the playground. My jaw fell slightly as my mouth gaped. Well crap.
"Bust! Bust! Come back here right now!" I called after the overexcited husky pup, quickly starting to run after him once my shock had worn off. I knew that he didn't hear my calls, his ears filled with the happy squeals of children as he reached the playground within seconds. He barked and panted happily as the children surrounded him but his stay was short lived as he glanced over, spotting me as I continued to run over, only feet away. Almost instantly he squirmed from the crowd, bounding over to a sole child who was wondering around a bench where her mother, or who I assumed to be her mother, sat. Buster, unaware that the child didn't spot him, came bowling into the child and tackled them with a happy bark and yelp. He began to storm the child's face with licks, pleased when the child giggled and squealed, their hands wrapping around the puppy. They didn't seem that old so I assumed they were of course happy. I mean, what kid doesn't want a playful puppy coming out of nowhere and storming them with kisses? Exactly.
"Oh my god i'm so sorry he tugged his leash and got away. I promise he means no harm." The words rolled from my mouth naturally as I finally reached the trio, my side aching and my chest heaving from the sudden run. I was used to apologizing for the puppy but holy crap, he has never pounced a child like that. Knowing some parents I could be in trouble for such a thing, no matter how happy the child was. Some parents were just super protective and crazy. Shaking the thoughts from my head, I instantly grabbing the husky's harness and tugged him back. I earned a whine from him as he attempted to join with the child again, only for the child to run back to him, their arms circling around him as they giggled despite my death grip on the pup's harness.
sup! If you're reading this i'm assuming you're interested so let me just fill you in on the plot. Basically my character was walking their husky puppy, Buster, when the little puppy breaks away and runs face first into your character's child. Your character is a single mother who has a child as a result of a one night stand with no one in particular. Your character, despite my character's obvious fears, laughs off the incident and introduces themselves to my character. From that point on the two begin to hit it off, flirting at almost any chance. Will my character be willing to take up the child also when they fall for your character? Just jump in with a description(or small form). Also a reply to the post!
Ryan B. Smith: Ryan is a very flirty girl when you get to know her and stands at 5'7". She has midnight black hair that goes down to her mid back and is wavy. Ryan likes to wear loose clothing, and sometimes her snap backs.