I put on my red lipstick and watched as the red made my light blue eyes pop to a stunning blue. I've never worn so much make up before in my life. Now it was time for my outfit that Miranda and I bought. I slipped on my new black jeans and my white sweater. It was supposed to be cold tonight, a slight chance of rain.
Austin walked into my room and smiled at me. "You look pretty!"
I laughed and smiled at him.
He ran into my arms and I sat down on the bed with him in my lap.
"You look handsome," I smiled.
He gushed. "Oh, Madison. I love you." He wrapped his small arms around my neck and hugged me. He whispered, not very much whispering more as in normally talking, into my ear, "You're happy."
I smiled. "I am."
"I like you this way." He 'whispered' in his child-like tone, I could picture his face smiling at me with his usual charming smile.
"I do too." A loud and strong voice called from the doorway.
Scaring me, I jumped a little as Austin screamed and smiled. He turned to face Logan and jumped out of my lap to run to hug him. I hadn't realized that Austin liked him so much.
Logan laughed. "Hey, little buddy. I'll see you tomorrow, alright?"
Austin smiled and ran out of the room.
Logan now looked at me. I stood up, feeling awkward in my heels, and flattened my shirt. His smile stretched ear to ear and his eyes wandered up and down my body. "You look..." He started his sentence but never finished as his eyes continued to wander down my body.
I cleared my throat awkwardly as the blush remained on my face. "You look great." I smiled at his choice of jeans and a plain tee-shirt.
"Oh, please. I thought it would be best to dress plain. You ready to go?"
I grabbed my phone and lipstick, stuffing it in my pockets. I gave Miranda, Blake, and Austin a hug as they wished us luck on our date.
Logan was a gentleman and opened my car door for me, still not letting me know where we were going.
We didn't talk the whole way there. The ride consisted only of us singing along to songs and looking at each other, casually, but both our cheeks turning bright red when we caught each other.
Finally reaching where we going, Logan and I got on the tram to go to Downtown Disney.
"So this is your special plan." I smiled.
"But there's more tomorrow. Just wait." He smiled at me as we got off the tram, his hand already searching for mine.
He lead me to the first store, a giant one full of Disney clothes and souvenirs. Logan wanted to buy me something, but I refused. "If you don't let me buy you something, I won't do the surprise for you tomorrow!" He threatened with a smile on his face.
I pretended to be glum as I picked up a pair of cute Minnie Ears. I tried them on and gave Logan a funny face.
He smiled at me as he pulled out his phone and took a picture of me.
"Delete it!" I begged.
"I'm never letting that picture leave my phone." He said seriously, but happily, as he began to walk to a cashier.
I glared at him and handed him the Minnie Ears. The cashier was around our age. She started to get too friendly.
"Oh, I love these! They're so cute! Are they for your girlfriend...?" She said. I think her name-tag said Mandy. She didn't even look at me. She only stared into Logan's eyes.
He looked at me with a smirk and wrapped his hand around my waist, pulling me close. "Yeah. They're for her." He smiled and kissed my cheek.
I bit my lip and giggled.
She gave him a weak smile and handed him the bag. We walked away and I looked back quickly at her to see we staring at us. I looked at Logan and he smiled at me. We went to an ice-cream store where Logan and I were planning to share a cone. We sat at a table as he let me first take a lick of the ice-cream.
"Madison Weir, one day, I'm gonna marry you." Logan promised me.
I stared at him, confused. "What--" I started.
"I just think you're the most beautiful girl in the world. I just know it will happen." Logan said dead serious.
I giggled. "I'll take you up on that."