"Did you know that when there's a full moon on Christmas Eve and when the show is gently falling, if you make a wish it'll come true?"
"I've never heard of that before. I think you're lying," and she gave him a kick in the ankle, causing her friend to jump from shock.
"Ow! Rukia, that's not how you're going to get your Christmas present!"
Her eyes sparkled mischievously. "Oh, Ichigo, I would get it out of you one way or another," she winked and his cheeks heated a rosy color. Rukia jumped on a wooden bench and looked at the sky, cloud-covered and no moon in sight. The park they were walking through was alive with families and their children enjoying the cold weather. Many were ice skating on the rink down a ways from where they were walking, others wandering around making angels or snowmen for company.
Ichigo grumbled. "I may not have gotten you anything." He walked by her, receiving a hard ball of snow against his back. He turned slightly, the girl juggling another weapo