Hey there, Angels!
I’ve heard you’ve been asking about me and my relationship with Lana. You’re all curious, right?
I went to her house and asked her to have breakfast with me. It was a surprise, so when she opened the door, she wanted to run back in and almost closed the door to my face.
I smiled and handed her the roses in my hands. I didn’t really care about what she looked like in the morning with her hair looking like a bird’s nest. I like her for who she is and not for what she looks like. She’s very gorgeous.
She didn’t want to go out, so I ended up cooking breakfast for her. I asked about her days without me, and she answered like her usual. But it looked to me as if she had an internal debate.
I didn’t want to force her to tell me things because I respect her. But the curiosity was killing me, and I wanted to hear it from her no matter what.
In the end, she spilled the beans.
“It’s like this… uh, I’ve been struggling with different sides of my nature. I mean, I’m not a playgirl. But I have the urge to have fun with Alexis, to be just like her? Is that bad?” she asked.
I could see the doubt and worry on her face.
“I’m supposed to be a serious person, and I’m looking for the one… but…” she added as she bit her lips.
My eyes followed the movement of her mouth, but I fought the urge to do something.
I smiled at her and decided to be the guy that I thought I would never be. I was even surprised by my decision.
I grabbed her hands. “I’m here for you, Lana. I’ll always be. If you need to talk, then, you can tell me.”
She stayed silent as she looked at me, surprised. It seemed that she didn’t expect my answer.
But I think I made the right decision. What do you think, Angels?