"Right here." Will pulled over next to a meadow, filled with wild flowers and long grass. He got out and went to open Bridget's door, then the boot to get out the picnic basket. "I've been driving past it all this year, and I promised myself I'd take you there when you were better. So here we are."
Her grin went ear to ear and she jumped, grabbing Will in a hug and pulling him into a kiss. "It's perfect," glancing at the meadow and biting her lip.
Will beamed at her, so glad that she liked it. He scooped her up in his arms and carried her into the grass. He chose a spot and put her down, lying next to her himself. "And the flowers aren't even the prettiest thing in this meadow right now," he grinned.
She smirked and punched his shoulder. "Shut up," she laughed curling up in his side.
Will began to unpack the picnic basket. "I didn't know what kinda foods you'd like, so I brought a bit of everything," he explained, covering the blanket with various edible delights. "Help yourself."
She picked herself up, sitting before the various snacks. She picked up the gummy worms and glanced at him amuzed. "You know me so well..."
"I just guessed," Will pointed out. He didn't say that he had been worried she wouldn't eat any of it. The time when she was ill and refused to touch food had been the worst for him. He supposed it just went to prove how much better she was now.
She held the bag to herslef and laid down with him, staring at the sky. She closed her eyes and swallowed a gummy down. "Thank you...," she murmered, looking up at him.
Will leant down and kissed her tenderly. "No, thank you," he smiled. "What I'd do without you, I have no idea."
She smirked, breathing in his scent and gently kissing him back. "I love you...," she murmured against his lips.
"I love you too," Will breathed, his hands moving to weave through her soft hair as he kissed her.
Her eyes gradually slipped closed and she lifted ehr ahdn up, gently touching his cheek as their lips moved together.
Will's eyes remained open to drink in the sight of her, a smile dancing across his face. His thumb stroked her chin as if she were the most precious thing in the world.
She pulled away and returned with a kiss on his nose. "I know i have said it already, but dan.g I missed you..." She opened her eyes up at him.
Will laughed. "The fact that I visited you every day didn't really help that, did it?" he agreed. "It sucks that they didn't let you call me ever."
She nodded and glanced down, entertwining htier hands together. "It did."
"But we're together now," Will reminded her. He reached into his back pocket and pulled out her old phone and handed it to her. "I kept it for you."
She grinned and flipped it open, scanning it. She looked through the gallery at the old photos of them and her gut throobed with a quaky smile. She pulle dehr ahnd to her mouth and laughed, sniffling.
"Hey, what is it?" Will said quickly, kissing her forehead. His heart clenched in fear at seeing her upset.
"I'm not upset," she managed, flipping through the gallery. "Look at us...," she smiled.