...er head down against her desk, and didn�t even look up when someone came in, �I thought I told you that I didn�t want to be disturbed, Shizune.� It was hard for Jiraiya to figure out what it was that had put Tsunade in such a mood. Her paperwork seemed to be more under control than he could remember seeing it in quite some time, and there didn�t seem to be anything that was off with the room. It didn�t even look like she had been throwing furniture around. Jiraiya had of course immediately just decided that the problem was that Tsunade was suffering from a terrible hangover from indulging in a bit too much sake.
Jiraiya raised an eyebrow, �Really? No visitors? Well, I suppose I�ll just go then.�
Tsunade immediately snapped up, her brown eyes taking in the other sannin who was still standing exactly where he had been a minute ago and hadn�t turned, obviously not intent on following through with his threat to just leave. Her previous scowl was replaced immediately by a soft smile as she looked over at her old teammate, �Jiraiya?�
�The one and only.� The white haired sannin smiled as he continued to watch Tsunade as she quickly went to work putting things away from the top of her desk. It seemed that she hadn�t even bothered to clean up, but he supposed he could understand that. If it had been mostly anyone else, they probab...