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Uchiha Sadame
Uchiha Sadame
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Orphanage Spring Cleaning Empty Orphanage Spring Cleaning

Wed Feb 12, 2020 4:57 pm
Mission details here

It was a bright sunny morning, the kind that inspired many Genin to go out there and train their budding skills. The training grounds would probably be full of all sorts of people, practicing all sorts of stuff, but Sadame did not intend to be one of them today. Come to think of it, she did not really like training on sunny days. Cloud cover, when the light was easier on the eyes was preferable. Still, she had to admit, today looked like a fine day.

After a light breakfast and a little small talk with her grand father, Sadame left her home and headed for the administrative center of Konohagakure. She was going to get herself a mission from the Hokage's office. She could remember the words her grandfather had told her: "Never be hasty to take an 'interesting' mission; use the 'boring' ones to build your character and patience." Personally, she didn't feel that was very exciting; any youngster would want the action and respect that came with it. But seeing as she could hardly ever gainsay her grandfather's wisdom, she decided to go along with his instructions... for now, perhaps.

Moments later, she looked down at the open scroll in her hands. It was a mission, yes, but she felt such a thing as this could be barely called work fit for a shinobi. Konoha had cleaners, right? Why waste all her talent of the sanitation of a place? it was with this grumpy attitude she approached the orphanage that housed Konoha's children who were unclaimed, or bereaved of their parents. She tried to hide the disappointment (based on the fact that she felt this mission was below her) with a smile, which she felt looked stupid and insincere, and so she opted for a straight face, which seemed more natural. Taking a deep breath, she pushed open the doors, and was not ready for what she saw.

Yes, she had expected the place to be as untidy as a place that had many kids, and that was quite accurate, but she was surprised at the cheer that most of the children had. They were exuberantly rowdy, as normal children should be, and Sadame inwardly wondered if she had not, on many occasions, complained that her life was unfair. Feeling humbled, and thankful for little mercies, she let herself in and looked out for anyone in charge.

One of the older kids directed her, and after a little discussion on what she needed to do, she set to work immediately. Most of the place was more or less a mess, but since the children were having breakfast, most, if not all of them would be out of the way. First, she took on the beds, changed the sheets and made them properly, and put the dirty sheets in the laundry basket. Next, she swept the floors and began mopping them. And that was when some of the kids returned. Sadame was half afraid that they would mostly get in her way, but to her pleasant surprise, they began to help out with the cleaning, and she found herself engaged in deep conversation with them. They talked about life in the orphanage, what they would do when they were old enough to get out, and other things that pertained to their future. Sadame could relate with a lot of the things they said, having lost her parents too, and she was more grateful for her grandfather, even if he was such a grumpy old geezer.

With good company, it is said that journeys are made shorter, and chores become less of a... well, chore. Together, Sadame and the children cleaned cobwebs, raked leaves outside, and even washed the dishes and dirty sheets. More than once, the children tried to dissuade her from joining them to do some things, such as the dishes, but Sadame would hear none of it. She had been thoroughly impressed, and you could say she was in a working mood herself.

About three hours later, the work was complete. It had only taken that long because Sadame enjoyed the conversations, and the kids relished her company. So, she had stretched completing her tasks as long as she could without looking tardy, lazy or incompetent, but it was finally time to wrap things up. She said her goodbyes to the children, who were sorry to see her go, but she promised to come around every now and then to help them with cleaning up.

As she left, she pondered on her grandfather's words, and agreed that some of these missions actually were just to build patience, character and appreciation of the little things in life. And hopefully, such things, even though seemingly trivial, may prove useful when the more 'important' missions came up.

Word Count: 802/500
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Training towards Leaf rising wind - 802/1000

Last edited by Uchiha Sadame on Wed Feb 12, 2020 5:18 pm; edited 2 times in total
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Orphanage Spring Cleaning Empty Re: Orphanage Spring Cleaning

Wed Feb 12, 2020 4:59 pm
you'd only get 2 stats here, as stat gains are halved during missions.
Uchiha Sadame
Uchiha Sadame
Remove Remove Remove Remove Remove Remove Remove Ryo : 500

Orphanage Spring Cleaning Empty Re: Orphanage Spring Cleaning

Wed Feb 12, 2020 5:18 pm
Edited it...
Remove Remove Remove Remove Remove Remove Remove Ryo : 1100

Orphanage Spring Cleaning Empty Re: Orphanage Spring Cleaning

Wed Feb 12, 2020 5:33 pm
Approved! Feel free to add the changes to your stat page~
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