Another Life | Human AU

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     Kebi hummed as she rummaged through the refrigerator, pulling out eggs and milk to make pancakes as promised. She pursed her lips when she thought of the cleaning that would await her once breakfast was complete, so she pulled the waffle machine out from a cupboard, smiling in satisfaction and twisting to the coffee machine when the warm, rich aroma of roasted coffee beans filled the air.

     Amun smiled as he approached, rubbing his chin with his large, strong hands. Kebi dragged her teeth along her bottom lip, reaching out to him and embracing him. “Hmm…” she hummed, rubbing her nose along his now clean-shaven face, the rich smell of aftershave filling her nose. “Much better…” she purred, bringing her lips to his again for another deep kiss. Pulling away, she turned and filled two cups of coffee, giving him one and taking the other.

Amun picked up the coffee mug and took a sip before sitting down at the kitchen table. “Coffee is good…. like always.” He chuckled quietly as he took another sip. Setting down the mug he reached across the table to pick up a newspaper that was fairly recent and began to flip through it slowly, scanning over anything that would stand out. 

"أنا فخور بأن أكون ما أنا
“Im proud to be what I am"
Another Life | Human AU

egyptiankebi:

 

     She tugged at him hungrily, smiling as he continued to kiss her despite his words. When he pulled away, she pouted slightly, but he fixed that with a soft kiss on her cheek. Kebi pressed closer to him for a hug before reaching for a hair tie and pulling back her hair in a ponytail. “I am going downstairs to start breakfast,” she smiled, laying a hand on his cheek before leaving him to clean up.

     She padded to each of their children’s rooms quietly, sneaking a glance inside each. Kai, their eldest, had managed to kick everything off his bed save for the pillow supporting his messy bedhead. Teremun was curled up on his side under thin sheets, his face peaceful. Khepri, their youngest, slept surrounded by her stuffed animals, a tiger draped over her stomach and a polar bear under her arm. Smiling, Kebi made it downstairs, and the first thing she did was set up the coffee machine.

Amun stayed in the bathroom for a few minutes longer shaving his face. After that he turned off the bathroom light and began to make his way downstairs, staying quiet enough not to wake the kids. He could already smell the aroma of coffee. He turned to walk into the kitchen and smiled at Kebi before speaking. “Is this better?” Amun asked trailing his hand on his jawline. 

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Plot Ideas [2 of ?]:

                                                                  {Human!AU}

Amun and Kebi live a perfectly normal, human life. Khai, their eldest, loves to run and climb and play. Teremun (top right) asks to play catch with the old baseball daily. Khepri, the youngest, tugs her father into the living room almost ever night to dance. There are no vampires; what could go wrong, besides scraped knees, missing the bus, and laughing until your side hurt, I mean?
Another Life | Human AU

egyptiankebi:

 

     Flushing, Kebi tugged on a fresh shirt, adjusting her slacks on her hips before picking up a brush. She ran it through her hair a few times until her hair was less tangled though no less wild. The door moved open a centimeter, and she smirked before letting her husband inside. His embrace was calming, his beard rough. She watched in the mirror as her cheek turned red where he rubbed against her, and turns in his arms so that they are chest to breast.

     "Ten years and three children later and you still wait until I am fully clothed," she laughed softly, reaching up and pressing her hands on his scruffy cheeks. "I love you,” she breathed, pressing her nose into his before pressing her lips firmly against him.

"Yes of course, I’ only being polite. A women should be allowed to at least have some privacy now and then." Amun kissed Kebi back, lingering in the moment. "I love you too." His words were slightly muffled as he spoke, trying not to break their kiss. A few seconds later he broke for a breath of air and kissed Kebi’s red cheek.

Another Life | Human AU

egyptiankebi:

 

     She nodded against his chest, warm brown eyes darting to the window when he mentioned the beautiful weather that day. It was still early spring, meaning the sun loomed rather than glared upon the city, making it comfortable rather than insupportable. “We have not been to the beach in months… I’m sure the children will love the idea.”

     Sighing deeply, Kebi pushed herself up off his chest. Her hair was a wild, tangle mess from the previous night, framing her face and falling in a short cascade past her shoulders. “I’m going to need coffee,” she smirked, crawling over him before slipping into the bathroom.

Amun sat up and ran his hand through his hair then dragged the same hand down his face and jaw line before resting it on the bed sheets in front of him. “And so will I.” He yawned and stretched his arms out before sighing and getting out of bed. 

After getting into a pair of clothes for the day he walked over to the bathroom and made sure that Kebi was decent before entering. Amun wrapped his arms around her waist and rubbed the side of his face against her cheek, the tiny bristles made a quiet rough sound and a chuckle escaped his lips. 

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Another Life | Human AU

egyptiankebi:

 

     His touch made her quiver slightly, and she smiled at his suggestions. “Hmm… anything sounds good at this point…” she murmured, settling on his chest again. “Let me know if you get hungry, beloved… After last night, I’ll probably be hungry myself in a few minutes…” Kebi whispered.

     She was sorry to have to leave the comfort of their bed and his embrace so soon, but the dull ache in the pit of her stomach told her she would have to get up. “I’m thinking… omelets,” she mused, squeezing his bicep in love.

"Ohhh, that does sound wonderful." Amun said quietly. "With the smell of breakfast, it will wake up the children. So it wouldn’t be us for very long." He paused for a while, then chuckled softly to himself. "That’s alright though, I love our children." 

"Also, it’s a lovely day outside. Perhaps we could do something outside today with the children. Go for a walk? Swim in the river or go to the beach? Something that they— and us— would enjoy." 

Another Life | Human AU

egyptiankebi:

     Kebi sighed as he kissed her hairline. “I did, yes. This week has left me exhausted. I think I finally caught up on sleep last night,” she murmured, smiling up softly at him. As Amun stretched out over the bed, Kebi curled further into his side, pulling her knees up closer to her chest and nuzzling his neck.

     “I am surprised they are still asleep…” she sighed before slowly unwinding, stretching her legs slowly until she was at her full height of five feet, three inches. Sitting up, she turned and pushed herself up and over Amun, moving until her head was just under his chin, her hips resting on his own, her legs tangling with his. “Anything in mind for these next two hours of quiet?” she purred, taking a deep breath of his scent as she listened to the steady, strong beat of his heart.

Amun watched as Kebi adjusted her position so that she was hovering over him. He raised his arms and placed them on her sides. “Well, we could rest, enjoy each others company… Or we could actually move, get breakfast started.” He leaned up slightly and kissed her forehead. “I’m glad that you caught up on your sleep.”  

Another Life | Human AU

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    Amun woke to the sounds of Cairo. The traffic, the distant chatter, a faint melody playing not too far away. The sunlight was shining into the bedroom through the window as a gentle breeze blew the curtains. He looked to his left to see his wife beside him, sleeping soundly. A small smile appeared on his face as he reached up to brush a piece of hair away from her face.

He enjoyed seeing her at such peace. Having three children that seemed to run on nothing but sugar for a majority of the day was tiring. But thankfully it was the weekend, and Amun didn’t have to work. He got to spend the day with his family. 

     She was floating between the conscious and unconscious, only vaguely aware of the sounds of real life and a familiar presence at her side, brought forth from her slumber when something brushed her cheek. Kebi’s eyes opened slowly, and she tilted her head toward her husband to find him already watching her, a faint smile on his lips.

     A low hum emitted from her throat as she pushed herself on her side toward him, smiling as she placed her hand on his chest. “Good morning,” she sighed, resting her head on his shoulder.

Amun placed a gentle kiss on the top of her head. “I trust you slept well?” He asked placing his arm around her, and his left arm under his head. He was glad that he hadn’t disturbed her sleep too much, and woke up in a good mood. Not that she wasn’t always in a good mood, seeing her happy was something that he enjoyed. 

He drew in a deep breath and then exhaled before stretching his legs without moving too much. “The children aren’t up yet, they wont be awake for another hour or two.” 

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