Chapter Twenty-Eight: It's all out in the open now.
LYDIA laughed as George spun her around their apartment. The hospital had kept her for another day for caution but today she was home and so was George.
Everyone had called to see how she and George were doing. The truth was that Lydia was feeling better than before and she knew George was too.
Though this afternoon George had a meeting with the dean about the fight and Lydia was called to attend also.
"George!" Lydia exclaimed as he lifted her off the ground. Wrapping her legs around George's waist, Lydia chuckled.
Glancing around the room, she spotted the suitcases that they had still to unpack. Furrowing her eyebrows Lydia knew that there was something she still didn't know. Why they both went to see Chris last weekend.
"George, why did we go see Chris and Kayla last weekend?"
Smiling George knew he was going to tell her sooner or later. "A scout saw me play in the last match and told me to try out for his team. I needed Chris' opinion on the team before I decided on it and thought that I'd tell you about it when I decided. I'm going to try out, Lydia."
Not knowing what to say, Lydia hugged him because sometimes words aren't enough.
George couldn't stop the grin from spreading across his face. He knew that Lydia would support him, she never once stopped him from following his dreams.
"I love you, Lydia," George whispered, kissing the crook in her neck. Though once he felt a tear hit his shoulder, he knew something was wrong.
Putting Lydia down in front of him, he saw that she was crying happy tears. The smile on her face was wavering as she wrapped her arms around him again.
"I love you too, George. You deserve this offer so much."
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