"Always let your conscience be your guide!"
-Jimmy Cricket, Pinocchio.
"Where should we go first?" I asked.
"I don't know, you choose," Rodger said.
"I don't know that's why I asked you," I told him.
He pulled out his phone and looked up things to do in Paris. But Google must know that we are in Paris because all the results were in French. "Do you know how to read in French?" he asked.
"No," I responded.
My mom was supposed to teach me but then she died, I thought. Then he put a blindfold over my eyes. "Where are we going?" I asked.
"Somewhere," was all that Rodger responded.
He held my hand and led me somewhere. I wonder where. We sat down and he took the blindfold off. We were at a little café next to the Eiffel Tower. We ordered some nice coffee. I felt the warmth touch my lips. I let out a sigh. Like a romantic one I guess. Probably the combination of coffee and Rodger. "Do you like it?" he asked.
"Of course Rodger! This is the best thing anyone has ever done for me!" I told him.
He smiled and I sent him a smile back. Soon we finished eating and Rodger held my hands. We walked to the Eiffel Tower. Then he did something I didn't except him to do. He kissed me.
That's right. He kissed me. On the lips too... OMG WHAT WOULD BONNIE THINK! I panicked inside my head. But the rest of me was enjoying it. When we tore apart I asked "What would Bonnie think if she found out?" I asked.
"Just between you and me, that didn't happen. About Bonnie, I don't know why I was dating her. I thought I loved her but really, I love you instead. I can feel it," Rodger said.
"Okay. I didn't realize it but when I met Bonnie, my heart shattered into a million pieces. I love you Rodger. Together?" I asked.
"Together." He responded.
We held hands while walking back to the hotel. I haven't lost my umbrella just yet...
OMG YAY! THEY FINALLY DID IT! Anyway, I am deleting one of my books, The Other Harry Potter if you want to check it out. Anyway Bye!
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Mother should have become a famous chef. Father should have been promoted. Brother should have lived a long life. That's why I hold on tight to my umbrella. *** Cover made by @TabbyCat417