The shrine was running low on food again, and since no one was able to go, it was Rai’s turn to shop. Grabbing her own shopping bags, she headed out to the human village with a happy stride about her. It was a nice day, quite pleasant for this time of year, something Rai was more fond of than she cared to admit. Once at the village, she made her way to the shops. It took her a little longer than she expected, but she had finally bought everything she needed. Thinking about getting some lunch before she left, she decided to head to a stand to find something to eat, not expecting to literally walk into someone. She dropped a bag, but thankfully nothing rolled out. She looked and saw a child before her.
"Ah, Hey, are you okay? You aren’t hurt are you? I’m sorry, I should have been paying attention."
"I didn’t get any sleep last night…" Her tone was flat and dizzy, much like her usually upbeat footsteps would suggest. It was a good thing she could keep herself going in front of her parents and at school for the day, but now she was surely burning out. Short story even shorter, nightmares. "Where did that kind of thought even come from…” The poor soul; as the daughter of two clothiers, much thought has to be directed towards envisioning people in myriad outfits, but sometimes they get a bit… out there. Certainly wasn’t one meant to invade her sanctuary of sleep, that sight.
Speaking of sight, it was evident Hisoka wasn’t making use of her sense of it, as she bumped into someone of her own addled volition. The impact sent her down bottom-first, and leaving no indication of pain felt just lifted her head up to see…
"… mmh… those’re bigger’n Mama’s…"
Rai cocked an eyebrow upon hearing the child’s comment. She knew very well what she meant, though it didn’t brother her. Actually, it made her chuckle a little. She looked the girl over, though her attempt at locating obvious bumps or wounds would prove rather hard since she was wearing a kimono, and a very beautiful one at that. Rai felt the need to ask where she got one so beautiful, but decided to hold off on that for now. Setting her bags down and quickly gathering any food rolling away, Rai kneeled down and offered a hand to the child with an apologetic smile.
"Here, let me help you up kiddo. You’re alright, yeah? I should be a little more careful…"