Wide Open Spaces

Anna expected to be all alone this summer on the farm while her parents went on a long trip around the world. But what she didn't expect was that she'd be accompanied by all of One Direction--and fall in love with Harry.


9. Day on the Farm

Harry agreed to come up to the house at 7:30 AM (he was so easy to coax into getting up early). I was getting Pop Tarts out of the pantry when he knocked on the door. "Come on in," I yelled.
He stepped inside with a surprised look on his face. "You leave the door unlocked?" he asked.
"Everyone does 'round here," I replied. "People don't even knock!"
Harry's eyes were wide. "I have so much to learn..."
"Alright let's go down to the barn," I announced.
As we were walking down, Harry asked, "What are we doing there?"
"Feeding the animals, milking the cows, letting all the animals into the fields," I told him.
We stepped inside the barn and Harry stopped in his tracks with his face scrunched up. "Gee, these animals need a bath!"
I rolled my eyes. "It's not that bad, you big-world-sensation-superstar-that's-not-tough-enough-to-smell-a-barn!"
Harry laughed. "It is TOO that bad, you little-farm-girl-who-calls-a-creek-a-crick!"
I shoved him. "Would you quit making fun of how you're SUPPOSED to say crick?" I demanded.
"I'm not making fun," he told me. "I think it's adorable. Just like you."
Suddenly, the world around me was spinning. As Harry put his hands around his waist, I put mine on his face as we leaned in and kissed. It lasted a fantastic 10 seconds, and I didn't want to pull away. I looked up at Harry, my hands still on his face. "That was amazing," I told him. Harry nodded. "I wish it would never end." We leaned in again. As we kissed, I ran my fingers through his hair and he raised his hands to my upper back. It lasted a never-ending minute. It was the best thing I had ever done.
Harry and I fed the animals and let them out to graze, gazing lovingly at each other the entire time.
Later I led him up the hill to the corn field. "One of my favorite things to do," I told him, "is getting lost in a corn field."
And that's exactly what we did. After about ten minutes we stopped in the center of the field and kissed like we had in the barn. I never wanted to leave his arms. I pulled away and looked into his eyes. "I love you," I whispered.
"I love you too, Anna."
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