"Can you help me to the door?" Vincent asked. "I can never get it right, no matter how many times I walk it."
Until now Aria had never really felt sorry for Vincent. She mumbled a reply and got out to help Vincent. She opened his door and grabbed a hold of his waist again for better support.
Vincent sighed, leaning into her again as they walked to the door. "I'm sorry I'm so much trouble..."
Aria helped Vincent up to his door frowning at his words. Instead of using words to answer him Aria urged him against the side of his house, kissing him. Her hands travelled up to the sides of his neck surprisingly gentle.
Vincent rested his hands on her hips, kissing back passionately.
When the kiss ended it was only so Aria could rest her forehead against Vincent's. "You are not trouble. You hear me?" she whispered with so much passion in her voice.
Vincent blushed a little. "Okay..."
Aria gave him one more soft kiss. "Do you need help inside?" she whispered.
"I think it would keep my mom from freaking out about me being out without a cane if you were with me." Vincent admitted.
"Alright." Aria took Vincent's waist again and started to help him into his house.
"Unless you want her knowing about us you shouldn't hold onto me like that." Vincent mumbled.
"Oh. Right. Sorry." Aria wasn't good at thinking through things like that. She let go of him as they went through is front door just keeping his arm so it looked like she was just helping him see where he was going.
Vincent walked with her help toward his room, past the stairs. This also passed the living room entrance. "Vincent, is that you?" His mother called.
"It's us!" Aria called. She knew Vincent's mom so it wasn't a big deal. "I'm just helping him upstairs." she said leading Vincent up to his room.
(I said past the stairs, with good reason. You don't want a blind person having to live upstairs. He lives on the ground floor.)
"It's us!" Aria called. She knew Vincent's mom so it wasn't a big deal. "I'm just helping him to his room." she said leading Vincent up to his room.
Vincent went and sat on his bed. His mother appeared in the doorway. "Vincent, what have I said about going out without your cane?"
Aria was helping Vincent sit on his bed. She felt out of place but Vincent's mother was blocking the enterance so she just stood there.
"I don't need it. I can't go out alone anyway. It's pointless to have both a cane and a guide." Vincent shook his head. "Thanks Aria, call me later?"
"Yeah no problem." Aria said. She mumbled a goodbye to Vincent's mom a she slipped past her getting out of the house as quickly as she could.