"The weekend was fun," I tell Niall as we are walking down the beach, looking at the sunset. (I dunno anything about Bradford but just imagine theres a beach ok XD)
"It was. Especially yesterday. The movie was fun, and your pajamas were fun too," he jokingly said.
Today was a long day. I showed Niall around, and also got my mind off things. My parents came back from the party this morning before we went out.
"When is the wedding going to be?" I ask.
He shrugs. "I don't know. When do you want it to be?"
"How about .... now."
"Alright," he says, and picks me up. I start screaming, "What are you doing? Put me down! Niall!"
He ran a bit more deeper into the water, and let me go. He held onto my hand in the way he did at his house on our tutor day, and in the beginning where he made my nerves go crazy. I felt like the princess stories' magical kiss was coming soon, and I couldn't wait for it.
Just then, after all those sparkles between us, the real fireworks happened. It felt like the fourth of July, like the day Jesus was born, like the princess finally kissed the prince. In my princess story, the prince did kiss the princess, and the passion put in it was a feeling of connection, and love.
I separated from him, and my mind was full of thoughts, and my heart was pounding fast, and my nerve levels were at 10, and I felt happy... I felt happy that at this very romantic moment, our friendship did go to another level. To the level where I really wanted it to be, and I hope he feels this way... Does he? I think he does, because that thought of him being in love with me for years couldn't leave my mind, and it just couldn't process it.
"You are the most beautiful girl I have ever seen," he tells me. I blush even though outside was getting dimmer, and dimmer, and he couldn't see it. I placed his hand on my chest, because I wanted him to feel my heart pounding. I wanted him to know it was because of him.
When he felt it, he smiled. He took my hand, and placed it on his chest, and I felt the rhythm of his heartbeat, and how close we were right now.