In hindsight, he probably shouldn't have agreed to drive out of town. Not because he didn't want to, but because he was nervous. And nervous people didn't often drive well. Lucky he made it to their usual spot with ease, but in the time it took he couldn't help but let his mind run wild.
She sounded nervous on the phone. And
so did he. He probably sounded doubtful too. Well, he was. But not about
what she might have thought. He didn't know. He didn't know what she
was thinking. He hardly ever knew what she was thinking. That
wasn't necessarily a bad thing. It was refreshing, given all the other
girl's he'd been hanging out with lately. They were obvious. He liked
He did not like how wayward his train of thought was being.
He must have gotten there first, so when he parked he sat in his car for a
moment or two longer, taking a deep breath in and exhaling slowly. He
could do this, right? He could tell her. Yeah, he totally could.
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