"Sorry about that," I shrug.

"What are you planning on doing today?" she asks.

"I'm not really sure," I reply. I stand up from the table to grab my laptop and come right back. "I might finish playing with the pictures we took and put them online. How bout you? Have you heard anything else from the magazine."

"I just woke up," she says, stating the obvious. "I didn't wake up in the middle of the night to check my email."

"Oh yeah," I laugh.

"Can I see some of the pictures?" Kaia asks.

"Fine," I reply, sighing. "But only one. I want most of them to be a surprise. Which one do you want to see?"

"Not one with me in it," she says. "I don't want to ruin the experience by seeing my potato face."

"Shut up!" I scold her. "You're gorgeous! You could be a model!"

"Lying isn't nice, Lia," Kaia says with a disapproving tone.

"Whatever," I shrug. "Now do you want to see the photo or not?"

"Yes please!"

I turn my laptop around to face her. This is one of my favourite pictures. It's one of the pictures we took while we were on our way looking for Niall. It was a picture of Liam walking down a road from a side angle. His face looks really defined in it and he looks very serious. I also added a black and white filter to it to make it look more serious. Maybe it's weird, but I really like it.

"I like it!" Kaia says after taking a look at the picture. "It's really nice! Can I see another one?"

"No!" I exclaim. "I said only one! Anymore and it won't be a surprise! You'll have to wait like the rest of the world. And besides, I'm sure the paparazzi got plenty of the same photos I did, so you can look for those."

"But I want to see your photos!" Kaia whines like a child. "The paparazzi don't take good photos like you!"

"Well then," I say shrugging. "More waiting for you. I'm almost done with them, don't worry."

"Good," she says happily.

I turn the laptop back towards me and start with the last few photos I need to edit. I notice Kaia stand up to grab her laptop as well and she comes right back. I assume she plans on checking her inbox for more information from the magazine. 

We sit here for a bit, being very lazy.

I finally finish the pictures and open up my Twitter to put up some of my favourites.

I smile to myself as I type in the caption to all my pictures that I'm about to put on the Internet.

Lovely day with these guys at the park! Thanks for some great pictures! More to come!

I click the post button and watch as it takes a while to fully post because of the multiple attachments.

When it finally shows up on my profile page, I smile widely.

"I put the pictures up!" I say to Kaia who is still sat across from me at the table.

"Really?" she asks excitedly.

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