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Snapshots

By SenseInContext

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Chapter 1

Havoc

Sometimes it was hard to remember that they were still just teenagers.

Tsunade stared out the window of the Hokage office at the havoc that was Konoha's main street. It wasn't usually havoc, but those damn teenagers . . . She was definitely going to need some sake when this was over.

"Lady Hokage." An ANBU member appeared behind her.

"Let them be."

"But they're destroying -"

"I said let them be!" Tsunade snapped at the ANBU. Sighing she turned back to the window. "They just saved the world. Let them enjoy their youth."

"Yes Lady Hokage."

"But," She stops the ANBU before they can leave. "Lock up all the alcohol in Konoha."

"Understood, Lady Hokage."

Like she said, she was going to need some sake when this was over. And at the rate those damn teenagers were going there wasn't going to be any left.

Hi! I hope you enjoyed that! And If you did stay tuned because more is coming! Hopefully I'll publish a short drabble each day for you all. I'm doing this as an exercise to improve my writing skills so PLEASE don't be shy about telling me what you think! All criticism is welcome, as it is just going to help me in the long run.

Feel free to PM me with prompts for drabbles if you want to!

Until next time, Bye!

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