Meeting the kidI sat outside in the cold winter laying on the freshly fallen snow behind my shed space. Looking up at the overcast, winter sky. I smiled to myself as i heard footprints walk over to me and a woman with dark hair stood over me. "Sofia!" she exclaimed with a sweet smile. "I finally found you, you... You idiot" I laughed a little bit. "Good to see you too my star Ali," I sat up and looked up at her. "What's wrong?" I asked and she pulled me onto my feet. "Nothing I just missed you is all." She says pulling me into a warm embrace. My mouth curved into a smile. "I guess i missed you too," I told her softly. "You guess huh?" she said, picking me up. I crossed my arm and sighed hard. "Al I know im short you don't have to rub it in hun," I said with fake anger. Ali rolled her eyes and pressed her lips against my cheek. "I dont care, I prefer to hold you in my arms anyways." I sighed and allowed her to hold me, she was rather warm i had to admit.
After a bit i managed to squirm out of her arms and land in the snow. She smiled to me, a cute smile really you could tell it was real the way her green eyes glittered and the smile lines on the corners of her eyes. I chuckled. "Ill be back in my shed if you need anything Ali," I said as I walked past her. "Okay! Be careful though I heard something over there and it didnt sound good," she told me pointing east towards the woods. "Don't worry I'm always careful!" I assured her. Ali raised an eyebrow at me as I stopped to look at her. "Oh dont look at me like that, I promise you I will be alright if you promise me the same thing," Ali put a hand over her heart and her left hand in the air. "I swear to you Ill be fine," She promised. "I dont believe ya," I said with a sneaky smile as I crossed my arms. She narrowed her green eyes and walked over to me. "Want me to convince you?" I chuckled. "You dont have the gal to convince me," She then leaned down in my face and placed a firm kiss on my cool lips. "Hows that?" Ali said after parting and pulling her mittens on better. I closed my eyes and shrugged into my scarf. "I guess that's better," I sighed. "But i better get to work, I speak with you at home," I told her as she smiled yet again. "Okay see you at home Sof I'll talk to you tonight, love you," I felt my cheeks heat up a little bit, never got used to the way she said that to me. "Y-yeah," I stammered like an idiot. "Love ya too Al," I then walked into my shed and closed the door.