Dallas stood on the backseat of Jamie’s Jeep, her torso sticking up out of the nonexistent roof. She grinned, the breeze feeling heavenly as Jamie drove in circles.
“Is that really what she said?” Dallas gasped, looking down with a cheeky grin at the boy who drove. “I never realized how awful…
Luke almost fell backward as Dallas slammed into him. her body already warm with the afternoon sun. He grinned as she looked up at him, and he placed a sugary kiss on her lips.
“Thanks for making me cinnamon buns before you left this morning..” He said, taking another bite of the one he had in his hand. ”I just wish you would’ve called in so we could’ve spent the rest of the morning together.”
It didn’t matter though, she was here now, and that’s all he could ask for, even if it was short lived. There wasn’t much to be said to her these days, as she refused to talk about the past, but he didn’t blame her. The wounds were still far too deep.
Polishing off the rest of the bun, Luke grabbed the small blonde girl by the waist, and hoisted her over his shoulder, waiving at Jamie who seemed more than eager to get the show on the road.