The walk back to the car felt like an age, feet unwilling to meet their minds pace. They shared a look that said, I know. Believe me, I know.
Less people, still from the sound, and freezing cold fingers, she couldn’t feel anything but him, the urgency of him, the bubbling happiness he made her feel.
They drove a distance, a buzzed silence filling the car. The beautiful lights from a place she’d never forget began to disappear.
Home was a way away and he felt like he could no longer wait, he would no longer wait.
Edward pulled the car into a lane, away from the throngs of people coming and going from the attraction, away from the lights leaving only them. A large tree hung down above where he parked.
“What are you doing?”