2. We Don't Have To...
"I don't wanna go back home. It's so amazing here. Especially with you. I couldn't be happier." I say, still wrapped up in Nash's arms. "We don't have to go back home, not to our families at least. We could just ignore any texts or phone calls or any of that and drive around the states." Nash suggested. "But, what about your tours and fans? They're gonna be worried." I respond, picking my head up from his chest. Nash just reaches in and kisses me. After we release from the kiss, Nash just sits there and stares at me. I sit in my little girl pouty way and half smile, half frown. "Why do you always do that?" I pout. Nash laughs, "Because you're just so breath-taking and perfect." I look down at the ground and blush. I peek my eyes back up at Nash and he's still staring at me.
I was guessing it was about noon, when Nash's phone went off. We were walking through the trail that we left off on from last night and managed to get nowhere, except farther from home. My head was rested on Nash's left shoulder and I had his left hand intertwined with both of mine. Nash took his phone out of his pocket and read the text that was on his screen. "Who is it?" I ask. "Hayes. Wants to know where we are." Nash answers. "What are you gonna tell him?" I reply, playing with Nash's fingers. "I'm not even gonna say anything. I don't want to ruin our adventure by texting my little brother." He says and puts his phone back into his pocket. My stomach started to grumble and nuzzled my face into Nash's shoulder. "Is someone hungry?" He chuckles. I nod, laughing along with him. We turn around and go back to Nash's car.
We got back to my car within about 20 minutes or so and I could tell Kellie was getting more and more hungry and worn out by the minute. I opened up Kellie's car door and she got in. Before I closed the door, I kissed her forehead. "I love you." I whisper into her ear. "I love you too." She says, kissing my cheek. After starting the car, Kellie gets scrunches up in a little ball and stares at me. "There's a bag of goldfish in the glove compartment if you want a snack. And I know how much you love your goldfish." I reply, driving the car. Kellie giggles and searches for the goldfish. After she finds and starts eating it, her phone goes off. She looks at it and then at me. "Hayes." Kellie says. I shake my head and she ignores the call. "We're gonna play the unfound game." I smirk, looking over at Kellie. She bites her lip and lets out a faint laugh.