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By Dakotah Luebbert

Romance / Humor

Chapter 1

Me: Hey guys so this story is based off two Tumblr headcanons, so I hope you like it.

By the way, I don’t own Hetalia. In fact, I would really want to go to the universe because that would be awesome.


The first day of the world meeting had ended, and Russia was pretty exhausted heading back to the hotel. The hotel conveniently was a few blocks from the conference building so it wasn’t that far of a walk. He had been one of the last to leave after striking a short conversation with the Baltics and asking how they were. Following that he hid from Belarus, so leaving had took a while.

  After a few more minutes of walking, he had reached his hotel. He walked into the lobby and headed up to his room. Opening the door he noticed America sitting on one of the beds with his laptop open working. Russia wondered what he was doing in his room till he remembered that the hotel had mixed up the rooms and put them in the same room. When they first found out the motion to fix it was denied, for the hotel was booked. After that, they really didn’t object to it seeing as it was only for a few days. In fact, Ivan was kind of glad of the outcome seeing as it meant that he could spend more time with Alfred. Ivan wouldn’t admit it to anyone, but he had feelings for the American for quite a few decades.

  “Oh hey Ivan,” Alfred called out bringing him back to reality. He looked at him seeing that he had closed the laptop giving him his attention.

  “Privet Alfred,” He replied back heading to the closet and grabbing more casual clothes to change into. After finishing changing in the bathroom, he headed out to the main area of the hotel room.

  “So what do you plan on doing for dinner?” Alfred asked, “I was planning on going to McDonalds myself.”

  “Greasy food like that isn’t a meal,” he replied, “And I was planning on the hotel restaurant.”

  “Don’t go hating on McDonalds, their food is amazing,” Alfred countered as he got up to leave, putting his laptop away. After he left Ivan sat down thinking back to the meeting that day. It had gone the same for the most part, with France and England fighting and arguing like the married couple they are, even if they won’t admit it to each other. Germany like usual had to stop them from fighting, Italy started yelling about pasta while pretty much clinging to Germany, Spain was hanging on Romano while he was cursing off at Germany yelling about how he was a potato bastard. The Nordics were in their own group for the most part with Denmark pretty much bouncing off the walls with Norway having to real him in. So the meeting was chaotic with some of the intended work getting done.

  After a while, Ivan got up and went to the hotel restaurant and ordered a simple quick meal so that he could head back to his room and fall into a much-needed sleep.

  Once he got back to the room he noticed that Alfred had returned and was sitting down watching TV while eating cheeseburgers.

  “Привет подсолнечника. Ты солнце моего мира,» Ivan said not noticing that he had switch back to Russian as he walked over to his bed and lied down.  “What was that you said I didn’t understand?” Alfred asked looking at Ivan to notice that he fell asleep. “Oh well I’ll ask him in the morning,” he said finishing his burger and got up to get ready for bed. 

Russian: Приветподсолнечника. Тысолнцемоегомира = Hi sunflower. You are the sunshine of my world.

Sorry if I got that wrong. Please review okay, and anyway I could improve my writing.

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