Sam smiled as she pressed her lips to his, returning the soft kiss. He watched as she took a bite of the sandwich and did the same. “So what do you think? Did I do an okay job?” He said with a smile before taking another bite of his sandwich. Sam knew that Quinn hated when he talked about Amanda around her, so he always tried his hardest not to bring her up around the blonde girl, but Amanda was after all, his best friend and it was hard to not talk about her. But the way it effected Quinn hurt him, so he wasn’t going to bring the other girl up around Quinn. “I love you.” He said as he pressed a soft peck to her lips then continued to eat his sandwich.
When he asked if he had done an okay job, she scoffed and nudged him a bit. “Nope. Terrible job.” She said in an overly dramatic voice, shaking her head as she looked over at him, taking a bite of her sandwich. A couple of moments later, she laughed and continued on, “I’m just really glad to see you. It’s ridiculous how much I missed you after just a couple of days.” She said, letting out a sigh. Really, it was. She was becoming far too attached to him than she ever expected to. Well… not really. She did feel a special connection when they had first met. Like it was meant to be. Like they were meant to be. Hearing him tell her that he loved her, she grinned widely and returned his kiss before pressing her lips to his cheek. “I love you more, Sam Evans.”
If I told you I’d have to kill you. I just spent some time alone, it was nice really. Yeah I did, why do you never believe me?
Oh, you would never kill me, you know that. Well, I’m glad that you enjoyed yourself. I never believe you ‘cause you’re a liaaaar, little miss Laur.
I got sidetracked on the way here. I had to take two planes. Two. And I decided I liked the first place we landed so much I stayed for a little while. I missed you more, Blondie.
Pft. Where did you land first that caught your attention so much? Oh, hush. You so didn’t.