"Put this over your eyes." Akash held up the black ribbon in front of her. Although she was a little confused and curious Kaya took the ribbon and tied it around her eyes. She felt Akash gently grabbed her shoulder and spun her around. After the spin, Kaya tried her best to hold her balance as she held her hands out to feel her way about.
Frowning her lips she reached for the ribbon to peek but was hit on the hand.
"Oww, Akash this isn't funny." She alisema blunt and gloomy. She felt his hands on her shoulder once more.
He whispered in her ear, "I know, but just trust me." She sighed, relaxing her body.
"Okay..." She stepped off, with her hands in Akash's. Akash kept his eyes on her watching as she moved without uncertainty, torn between whether she was relying on her keen senses au on him but he kept a small smile on his face.
Kaya listened to the sounds around her, the night crickets, the river breeze rushing through the trees and the echoes of an owl whooing in the distance. She thought to herself that with her the senses Akash had helped sharpen years before she was going to be okay and zaidi importantly he was there with her.
Her grip on Akash's hands tighten as the soothing sounds slowly faded into the background and echoing foot steps replaced them. She stopped, tightening her grip even zaidi on Akash's hand.
"Akash where are wewe taking me?" She whispered.
"If wewe stop wewe won't know?" He replied in the same tone, pulling her a bit to continue walking, she jerked and continued. She was on wooden floors and in a hallway that was all she cause gather. Suddenly Akash's hands slipped from hers and she was swept off her feet.
"From this point I have to carry you." Akash stated. He walked as Kaya placed her hands around his neck. He proceeded but before long Kaya found that he was putting her back on her feet.
"Are we here?" She asked, to which the blindfold was removed. The lights were bright but took sekunde for before her eyes adjusted. Kaya stood in awe, before her was a mirrored ukuta with a link
in front of it, and a polished floor all features of dance studio.
"Happy ninth, sekunde wedding anniversary." Akash alisema from behind. She turned seeing him holding a pair of ballet shoes.
"You remembered." She said, standing in shock.
"Of course," He answered walking towards her, "I could never forget that date, especially when your vows were,'I promise to upendo and cherish him, take care of him and be his best sparring partner.'" he laughed a bit
"That was au is the most corny and embarrassing thing that has ever left my mwezi and wewe remember it." She alisema with blush.
He smiled, "So, do wewe like it."
"I do," She paused, rubbing the back of her neck, " but my gift to you...ummm...it can't juu this."
"Oh wewe too remembered."
"Well I am a girl we remember stuff like this ." She replied placing her arms around his neck, " I'd dance for wewe but wewe dragged me out of bed."
"Come on let's get back to our room." he stated as he walked off holding her hand.
"Maybe what I do to wewe when we get to our room could also be a part of your anniversary gift."
Akash glanced at his wife seeing her lips curved into a smirk.
"Then we should get there quick." he responded, pulling her as she laughed behind.