{Haruhi's view}
Today was a calm day for the Brigade. Sadly, it was raining. Itsuki and Kyon were teaching me how to play poker, Mikuru was sitting by me watching, and Yuki was reading. As usual.
Kyon flipped a poker chip right into my face.
"Whoops..." He said.
I sighed and shook my head.
"So disrespectful." I mumbled.
"Hey, I'm not the one who goes around and puts other people's hands on other people's 'personal areas'" He laughed.
I glared at him.
"Well, it was the only way I could think of to get that damn computer!" I sniffed.
"We didn't even need one. I'm the only one who uses it anyway." Kyon said matter-of-factly.
I sighed. Whatever. We needed something to fill up the empty space on the desk.
"Well," Itsuki started, "I heard there's going to be a winter festival coming up in a couple days. It sounds like a nice event to attend..."
Mikuru eyes lit up. "I remember going to the winter festival when I was a little girl! It was so much fun!" She sang.
Itsuki laughed. "I've heard."
I nodded. "We should go, it's something to do beside laying around here!"
"But I like laying around..." Kyon mumbled.
I rolled my eyes. "I think we all know that Kyon. You need some activity in your life!" I sung as I flipped the poker chip back at him.
{Itsuki's view}
After we all left the clubroom, I found Miss Asahina waiting for me in the hall.
"So, you and Suzumiya-San made up right?" She smiled.
I nodded. "Thanks to you. I forgot to thank you, so thanks." I smiled back at her.
"I'm glad I could help. We wouldn't want an un-pleased Suzumiya-san would we?"
I sighed. "Not at all."

On my way home, I found Miss Suzumiya walking ahead of me again.
I jogged to catch up with her again.
She turned around and saw me, she smiled.
She hugged me tight then sighed.
"Is something the matter?" I asked as I stroked her hair.
"Today was so boring... I hate winter time."
I laughed. "It'll get better. Espically when it starts to snow," I smiled.
She nodded. "I guess you're right," She smiled with me.
I kissed her cheek. "And you'll have fun at the festival, I promise."
"It sounds fun enough," She laughed. "I'm usually entertained easily..."
"I've noticed."
She looked at the ground.
I tickled her stomach and she instantly burst into laughter.
"Stop it!" She laughed.
I stopped tickling her when she told me she couldn't breathe, then I kissed her tenderly.
She wrapped her arms around my neck and kissed me back.
I pulled away, gasping for air a little while later.
"Well, I should get going... I'd hate to leave you but I'm supposed to help a friend with a project." I sighed.
"Alright, I'll see you tomorow, Itsuki." She smiled.
I kissed her hand then jogged off to my house. Ready to start a new day.