Andy jumped and then breathed a sigh of relief. "Okay, not alone..." He frowned and shook his head. "No...I sort of just...woke up. The only person I've seen dead or alive since then is you."
Sam made a noise of derision and growled. "I have to find him..."
He sighed, looking around. "Well maybe I can help you look for him? What's his name?"
Sam shrunk back a bit. Should she trust him? 'He could be Taylor's only hope...' She thought. But what if he hurt her? She frowned and muttered. "Taylor..."
He nodded. "Okay. We can split up and look for him. Meet back here in an hour?" Andy offered. Everything about him was sincere. He purposefully kept his distance from her for the sake of her comfort.
Sam nodded seriously ad ducked behind the fence again, trotting off. She didn't trust him at all, she couldn't bring Herself to.
Andy left and went in search of the boy he knew nothing about. Whatever was going on, the more 'survivors' they could find, the better.
Sam looked around for a long time, starting to get frustrated. 'Where is he?'
About an hour passed, and Andrew didn't find anyone. He sighed and headed back to where he was supposed to meet the girl. He hadn't even gotten her name.
Sam growled, angry tears in her eyes as she stalked back to the meeting spot. She looked up at the man and clenched her fists. "Well?"
"I'm sorry, there's no one." Any said, biting his lip. "I'm Andy bt the way. We...we can keep searching. We have to find people somewhere."
Sam looked saddened, her brow furrowed and she looked down. "He has to be here somewhere..."
Andy sighed. "Until we find bodies, we have to assume everyone is alive, right? We just need to figure out what's going on, and why we're the only two people here, it seems."
Sam nodded. "Okay..." Could she trust him not to kill her?
"With the circumstances, I think our best chances are to stick together. We need to find food and water. There's no telling how long it'll take us to find anything but these ruins."
Sam pointed down the street. "There used to be a grocery store down the road."
"Maybe there's still food there. Let's go." Andy took the lead, always keeping his distance from her, for her sake.
Sam followed him and kept her eyes trained on the back of his head.
Andy sighed. "You reek of distrust. What would I have to gain by killing what might be the last girl on earth?"
Sam looked away. "I'm used to people betraying me. It's natural."