However, he was sober now, and far, and wanted to apologize.
"It's five in the morning."
She wasn't mad but he got five AM just right.
"I wanted the same thing at four." He laughed, sitting down on the bed.
"Have you not been sleeping again?"
Almost right… damn, he kinda did something wrong this night. Not kinda. Damn.
"There was a party a door down."
"And you?" She asked.
Had fun. In his own room. He better forgets all about it.
"I missed you." He replied.
She is silent.
"I can get you a ticket to an afternoon flight."
"What am I gonna do there?"
"It's beautiful out here." Ed glanced at the window, but there were only snowflakes slowly flying by. "We can go some place nice."
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"Fine." She's gonna come. "I'll think about it."
"I love you."
For the past half hour Ed has been counting coffee grains on the poster. The conference was so boring, even the spokesman seemed to be partly asleep.
Ed opened the door of his room with a card and came inside. This goddamn tie was so tight. He pulled it off and threw somewhere on the bed.
She came. She always says she would think about it and then she comes. Even in the middle of the night.
He rushed to the balcony and held her waist.
"You were right." She shook her ginger head. "It's beautiful here."
He smiled and for the first time here actually sighted a view. Somehow, he knew she would love it.
"How was your flight?"
"It was alright." Anna turned around and put her hands