"Yes..You." She said, listening to him before nodding "It does tend to help alot." Steph muttered, pulling out her remaining headphone. "I run in these woods pretty much every afternoon, my house is just right out there. I know what’s out here..It’s mainly my family."
“I mean, just looking around and seeing nothing but nature and the birds are out and just everything. Like they don’t have any of this back home so its literally so refreshing to just soak it all up before we all go back.” He told her, looking behind him to make sure no one was watching up. “Well, that’s cool.. Uh, what’s your name? I’m Samuel.” He said, extending his hand towards her.
"Gross, though I have to ask the sixty-four million dollar question. On a scale of one to Adam Levine, how hot are we talking about here? Nice to meet you, Blossom. I’m Felicity and as you can tell, I’m a sucker for hot guys with lots of tattoos."
"At first I thought that he was just because everyone was being and just ignoring the shit out of him but I fully understand now. I’m talking about a nine, which would probably have to be Ryan Seacrest, dude. Its a pleasure to meet you as well, Felicity. I mean, tattoos are like the strawberries to the yogurt, you just have to have tattoos.
she relaxed slightly but her hand never left her hip when she saw the male “What are you doing out here?” She asked, walking closer slowly.
”Oh, me? I usually walk this route to blow off some steem with my ‘family’. Just being alone and everything gets me in a pretty good mood.” He replied, looking at the girl standing infront of him. “Uh, why’re you out here alone? Its pretty dangerous out here especially now, be careful.”
"Oh, bless. I’m not alone in this," She laughed, "The other day I spelled my name wrong and didn’t realize until like five hours later.."
”Were you like drunk or something?” He asked. “You know, drugs aren’t good for anything and the only thing they do is kill our insides, so don’t do it.” Samuel told her, a concerning look on his face as he finished speaking. “And if you weren’t doing drugs then