when last decade felt like yesterday
"Thanks for coming out with me today. It was fun, even if it was a little boring."
"No problem," Kakashi said, shrugging one shoulder nonchalantly.
"Anyways, I'm heading home." Obito stood up straight and held out an arm, smiling in that annoyingly charming way of his. "You still want to come over for dinner?"
Kakashi took his hand.
- Part 1 of when last decade felt like yesterday
"You still haven't told me where we're going," Kakashi pointed out, narrowing his eyes pointedly at Obito.
Obito shrugged and got to his feet, brushing snow off of his pants. "Well, we're here. And don't worry, it's worth it."
"It'd better be worth a twenty minute walk through a forest in the dead of a winter night," Kakashi mumbled, letting Obito grab his hand with numb fingers to tug him through a cluster of arching bracken fronds.
"Look at that and tell me the walk wasn't worth it."
Kakashi, hand still in Obito's, stared for a moment before turning back to him, one eyebrow raised. "It's a frozen river," he said. "What's so special about it?"
- Part 2 of when last decade felt like yesterday
Kakashi goes missing on a mission in Suna, but Obito keeps sending him letters anyways.
He doesn't envy the messenger who delivered twenty-six consecutive letters to an unchecked mailbox.
- Part 3 of when last decade felt like yesterday