She followed him out. What was she to do, he as practically dragging her. That or she wasn't fully awake from her nap. She let him lead her. She figured now he'd more protective and hyper-aware of her. She's not going to hurt him or run off....possibly not. She's still undecided on what she'LLC do.
He finally released her hand as they approached the table, pulling out a chair for her. "I wasn't sure what you liked," he admitted, opening some of the boxes - thank goodness the food still seemed pretty warm. "So I got a little bit of everything. Just take whatever."
Salia looked at everything and smiled. "I eat everything you bought." She grabbed herself a bit of everything and waited.
"Good." Jasper nodded and served himself, grabbing a pair of chopsticks. "Less leftovers then."
Salia didn't say anything, she just nodded slightly and started eating ... then picked at her food.
Jasper took a few bites, but stopped and frowned when she began playing with her food. "Aren't you hungry? You're not still freaked out, are you..?"
She shook her head 'Mo's but still didn't say anything. "I don't know, just not hungry I guess." Salia looked out the window and saw it was getting dark. "I should go."
"Oh." He glanced over at the window, frowning a little in disappointment at the darkening sky. "Should I call a cab for you? Walk you home? You shouldn't walk alone when it's this dark..."
Yeah, a cab would be good. Thank you." She pushed herself from the table and stood up grabbing her plate.
"No problem." He took the plate from her and set it in the sink; he could get that later. Finding his cell, he swiftly checked through his contacts and found the cab number. "Just stay here a minute, 'kay?" he said, walking back to his room to find his wallet.
She nodded and waited. She sighed and started pacing back and forth. She was tired, that's true but she wanted to be gone to just go to sleep in her own bed.
He had only just gotten to talk for a moment before the lights in his room flickered and went out. "Aw, man..." he muttered as the line went dead. The cab service must've lost power too. He sighed and stepped back into the kitchen, shrugging. "Sorry, power's out. So I couldn't call."
Salia's heart quickened and she started to panicked. She forced herself to stand still. "So what now?" She questioned.
"Well, there's a couple of options..." Jasper sighed, running a hand through his hair as he looked out the window; it was dark now, even with the street lamps lit up. "I could walk you home. I could stand outside with you a try to wave down a cab. Or you could stay here till the power comes back on, and I can call the place back then."
Sia was stuck. On one hand she doesn't want him too be out in the dark when its cold but on the second hand, she just wanted to go home. She sighed heavily. "Got a pair of sweats I could borrow Pretty Boy?" She guess she was staying the night.
Jasper blinked in surprise; she was going to stay? "Um, well, I have shorts, if that's okay..." Should he get them now? Or wait a little? He hadn't had a girl in his place for a while now, and he was a little lost.
"That's really up to you but I'm really tired," she said with a ghost of a smile.
"Right..." Biting his lip, he took her hand and led her into the bedroom again. "You can just take the bed," he murmured, turning to the dresser, searching one of the drawers till he found some Nike shorts and tossed them to her.
"Gee thanks Pretty Boy. I just love having clothing articles thrown at me." She took the shorts and looked for the bathroom. "Bathroom?"
Thank goodness she seemed to be back to her sarcastic self. "I'm sure you do. Bathroom's right across the hall. Be careful in the dark though."