Aria gave him a confused look, tilting her head.
Adam took her hand pulling her up. "You have to be cold." He pulled on her hand, trying to tug her inside.
"What?" Aria blinked at him, confused as she followed him inside.
"Cold. You must be cold." Adam said tugging her inside. He closed the door behind them, and then brought her to the kitchen, hopefuly to warm her up.
"Oh. I'm okay." Aria mumbled. Head lowered. "You should go to bed."
Adam ignored her. Turning towards her he said, "You need to warm up." He pulled her into the kitchen and turned to Eddie who was still in there, "Can we have some hot chocalate?"
((Is it okay that I said Eddie is still in there?))
((Yup. :D He usually is, even on his days off.))
Eddie blinked. "Hot chocolate?"
((I figured since you said he was ussualy up till midnight. :) ))
Adam nodded, "Yea, we were out in th-" Breaking off he hesitated then continued, "We were out in the garden and Aria lent me her jacket. Can we have some hot choclate to warm up?"
Eddie nodded, then hurried to start making the hot chocolate. "What were you doing outside?"
"Sleeping." Adam answered simply.
Eddie blinked at him, then at Aria. She was staring at her toes, not looking up.
Adam sat at the kitchen table, fingering the tablecloth.
Eddie gave the hot chocolate to Aria when it was done, and she silently went to the table. Giving the mug to Adam.
Adam frowned at her and pushed it back at her not saying anything.
Aria frowned and pushed it back. "Please drink it."
Adam folded his arms stubbornly. "Why I had your jacket!" Adam did not touch it.
"Because I'll be fine." She mumbled, starting to leave.
(( So sorry.... Crazy busy weekend! Excuses I know, I'll try and be on more hopefully next weekend wont be as busy!))
When Lola had finished eating her dinner in the separate common room, she brought her dishes back in to the kitchen. Grinning from ear to ear she looked to Aria. "Thank you dearie! And oh Eddie! Such wonderful cooking as always!" she chirped. Even though it was growing cold and the sky was darkening, she went back out into the garden. It was rare to find her anywhere else, she felt most at home with the plants. Though she did quite enjoy the children.
Leo wiped his face with his napkin after finishing dinner and placed his dishes by the sink. "Thanks Aria." he said with a wink. He went back upstairs to his study, noticing how clean it was. He decided he'd slip the maid an extra tip later to thank her.
Aria didn't hear them, either of them. Just sitting still with her head lowered.
((Can we skip to morning soon?))