Luke and I talked for hours.
"Do you want to go outside?" He asked me.
"And do what?" I asked.
"Just to talk," he shrugged.
"Sure," I nodded and we walked outside.
His back yard was huge. It had a nice, white fence all around it. There were flowers planted everywhere.
There were many garden decorations.
"This is beautiful," I smiled at him.
"Thanks. I actually planted these flowers."
"That's amazing," I giggled.
"Thank you. So are you," he laughed.
"You're corny," I poked him.
"Thanks," he smirked.
We laid down on the grass.
The stars were shining bright.
"I'm so tired of being home. My dad being gone makes me hurt. I don't want anymore pain," I sighed.
"Stay here then. Until he comes back."
"But your mom. You two fight and-"
"Ariana," he never said my full name before.
"I talked to my mom after school today. I told her some things on my mind, she did the same. I wanted to tell you but you were sad and I wanted to take care of you."
"So you're good with her?"
"Better than ever. Just like before we fought."
I smiled big, "I'm so happy for you! Would she mind though?"
"No. Stay," he smiled at me.
"Okay, I will," I nodded and hugged him.
We walked inside his house and he quickly called his mother.
"She's on a date," he said while the phone rang.
She finally picked up.
"Hey. How's the date going?
"Wow," he laughed.
Okay, well my friend Ariana needs a place to stay for a while.
Okay, great. Thanks! She'll appreciate it. Alright, love you too bye."
He turned to me.
"Well?" I said.
"You can stay as long as you want in our guest bedroom!"
I smiled and jumped into his arms, "Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! You're the best!"
I felt him smile as he hugged back.