Setting: During FFX, Airship
Theme + Number: Lost (7)
Summary: Rikku discovered a natural born instinct of Wakka that she has come to adore and love.
If her memory did not fail her, she remembered that Wakka wasn't a very sharp person. He was the type who would upset someone and failed to salvage the situation should he felt guilty afterwards.
But despite of all that, he might have been born of some natural instinct to at least seek out the person he needed to find.
Rikku was very confident when it comes to hiding herself away from people when she wanted to. She would pick the places and small corners that people would not thought of even throwing a second look, or even a first look at all. Hence, she would has to say that she was very surprised to find Wakka standing down there at the platform of the airship looking up at her.
"It's dangerous to sleep up there ya?"
She pouted, "none of your business, Wakka. How did you found me?"
His hand rubbing the back of his head, a habit she had seen far too many times though sometimes she thought it was really cute. "I don't know, I just know I wanted to find you and there I saw you."
He could probably survive in a desert without a compass or guide.
Rikku rolled herself off the small edge of the airship and landed right in front of him; she observed him from toe to head, feeling amused. Her hand arched and supported by her hip, she placed a finger to her cheek and the usual smile on her face.
"You know, I am very good at hiding. So good that even Pop and Brother have given up looking for me when I decided to get myself lost for a while."
Wakka tilted his head and let out a "huh?", the face informing her that he was not getting what she meant. She giggled, her eyes forming two slight curves that added to her cuteness. She turned around and started to head back into the airship, leaving Wakka still trying to figure out her words.
She stopped at the entrance, with her back facing him and her fingers playing around with each other.
"Nevermind, Wakka. It doesn't matter how you found me."
She looked back at him without turning, "what really matters... is I was lost, and you found me."