Vidhwansak smiled as she tipped the waiter seven bits. It was a beautiful dusky evening, and she just had herself a rather pleasing hay salad. She got up from her table, allowing a young couple to take her place. She winked at the two, who blushed, and made her way towards her apartment complex. Her happy mood subsided slight at the thought that Gydina might have caused damage in some way to her apartment room. That unicorn was crazy and crude, and yet, Vidhwansak couldn't help but like the mare. She was the total opposite of her, and yet, she could connect to her in so many ways. It reminded her of that one couple...What were their names again? Oh, yes, Vinyl Scratch and Octavia!
Soon enough, however, her thinking was soon brought back to Gydina as Vidhwansak stood right outside her apartment room. What kind of crazy antics could she expect from her room mate this time? Hopefully, it wasn't going to involve a huge mess that would have to be cleaned up. She groaned, mentally prepared herself, and entered the room. Surprisingly, there was no mess, no disturbing odors that Vidhwansak could detect, and it was quiet. Cautious, Vidhwansak slowly walked around in her apartment room. Nothing. Gydina herself was asleep on the sofa, snoring rather loudly. Smiling, Vidhwansak left a few bits for Gydina, and her eyes flickered over to the computer. She could get on with writing more of her story now.
As she turned on the computer, she remembered that she left an application on that had the story she was writing. Oh well, as long as she didn't have to rewrite the story, she was fine with Gydina looking at it. Then, an email notification sounded out. Curious as to who would email her at this time, Vidhwansak opened the email. It was short, only a sentence. A sentence, however, was all that was needed. Vidhwansak turned around to Gydina, who yawned, and sat up. She noticed that Vidhwansak was back, and smiled.
"Hey Viddy! How was your meal?" Her smile was replaced by a look of concern as Vidhwansak slowly got up from the computer, and walked threateningly towards Gydina. The unicorn guessed that she knew, and nervously shrugged, hoping to get out of the predicament that she was currently in. Even though she had magic, Gydina didn't want to hurt the pegasus who begrudgingly let her live in this room.
"N-Now Viddy, I know that you probably don't like what you saw there, but it's good, isn't it? I mean, your story can be publicly criticized and rated by anypony who reads it, which will make you want to make it better! T-That's good, right?" At this point, Vidhwansak was just within reach of Gydina, and the unicorn covered her face with her hooves, not wanting to see what Vidhwansak was going to do to her.
So she was surprised when something warm sat next to her, and was wrapped around her neck. Gydina slowly let her hooves down to find Vidhwansak hugging Gydina tightly, and slowly, she hugged her back. The two stayed like that for awhile, rocking back and forth, and Vidhwansak pulled away slowly, giving Gydina a sheepish look.
"Thanks, Gydina...If you hadn't sent the first chapter out, I probably would've never shown it to anypony at all, and would've just kept it all to myself. Thank you." Gydina was surprised, and blushed slightly. She never knew that Vidhwansak would've never sent it out. It seemed to be a pretty good read, even if it wasn't her type of thing. However, she guiltily played with a thought in her head, and decided it was best to confess.
"Well, err...Not just the first chapter, but also the second one." Vidhwansak rolled her eyes.
"It's fine. I..." She broke off. The second chapter? The one she just finished today, without having time to edit it? She glared daggers at Gydina, who squeaked in fear.
"Gydina, I hate you so much..." Gydina blinked, and shrugged.
"Love you too, Viddy."