She ran across the dining hall with a mischievious grin on her face and a laugh in her throat.
He bolted from out of nowhere and screamed as she chased after him.
Up and down the stairs they flew, screaming and laughing like lunatics.
She caught him by the back of his trousers and he snapped back as though he were caught in a clothesline.
She laughed wildly as he fell to the floor and disolved into giggles.
She fell upon him and lifted his shirt.
She blew berries on his belly until he laughed so hard he cried.
She was crying as well because she had never laughed so hard in all her life.
There was something about the time she spent with him that helped her remember childhood.
Something about him was very special.