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shit. there’s no service out here. * they were stopped at a gas station out of town in a downpour, coming back from watching one of ayva’s away games. it was the first time they’d hung out since / that / night—- mostly because he had agreed to come before all that happened. *
* his arms snake around her waist, leaning down to match her height and meet her lips. he didn’t care about the rain or how far away from home they were now. his heart fluttered in his chest, never feeling happier than this before. when they pull away to catch their breath, he practically lifts her off her feet with an eager expression, * god, i love you. * he spins her around in the rain, laughing happily as he places her back down to the ground, * i thought i was losing my mind here.
@uncoverpast, * she’s got a full grin now, saying that took a weight off her chest. the rain was coming down hard around them, but that didn’t matter. she’s as close as she could be to him, her hands finding her way to his hair as she’s kissing him. it was passionate and full of every emotion they were feeling. sparks practically flying around them from the intensity of the moment. *
* his instinctual behavior was to stay guarded, processing the weight of what she was saying. he believed her, and he meant every word— every hardship they went through he would do all again if it meant they would be together like this. they were both drenched at this point, his hand reaching over to brush a strand of wet hair from her eyes, taking in her beauty * i love you, i love you — * a smile graces his lips before he’s leaning down to kiss her, a longing hunger as he pulls her close by the small of her back. *