Everything comes naturally, Kadie
“Alright. But I’m going to win you that giant teddy bear by the end of the night,” KC promised. He skipped over to the funhouse laughing. He looked over at the merry go round and felt his stomach drop. “Oh KC and heights aren’t the best of friends,” he said pointing.
Sadie squealed as she jumped on KC. “I havent been here in years, we have to get fried dough” Sadie said as she received the tickets to enter the carnival. Sadie dragged KC to the line to wait for the sugary pastry and she landed a long kiss on his lips. “This is so sweet.”“Fried dough,” KC raised an eyebrow. He followed Sadie to the line and waited patiently for the food. KC placed around Sadie’s hips as the line continued to move. “Your welcome babe,” he replied. He handed over the money to the worker and passed the dough into Sadie’s hands. ” So what are we gonna do first?” he asked. ”
“Well..” Sadie said as she pinched off the fried dough and started to eat it slowly. “How about the fun house first?” Sadie asked as they walked near random activities, such as people trying to win stuffed animals and alive fish, the famous merry go round, and other things.
“Aww yay!” Sadie cheered as they neared the fun house. “awww my little baby afraid of heights? well then aren’t you afraid of me cause I’m tall?” Sadie teased as they entered the fun house. “Horses are creepy anyways.” Sadie giggled as the mirror reflected Sadie as a big blob.
KC nuzzled his head into Sadie’s shoulders, “I’ll be okay if you hold me tight!” KC stared at the mirrors as his image turned from long to short. He stared at a mirror at the end of the hall that didn’t seem to change. He inched closer and closer trying to look for the distilled image, but nothing happened. As he got face to face with the mirror it began to change. Slowly, but surely, KC’s blushing face turned into Kevin’s mean mug. KC backed away from the mirror immediately. “Did you see- uh nevermind,” he choked out.