Sorry it took so long. Apparently, a computer is never really fixed. Lol!

His eyes were pleading, and I saw worry there, but not a trace of humor that I could find. "Exactly," He said. "So marry me."

I stared at him for another second, eyes wide, the biggest smile I've ever had forming on my face, before laughing and hurling my arms him with so much force that I pushed him off of me and on the ground so that we switched places, and I knew he was going to have bruises. And I was still laughing, collapsed on top of him, my face in his neck, leaving kisses there, and practically chocking him, never wanting to let go.

"So…" he said.

I laughed, pulling myself up to face him. Then I slapped his shoulder playfully. "Well, duh." I said like it was the most obvious thing in the world. And it was. "Of course I will, idiot!" We both laughed.

And then we heard a throat clear behind us.

I wiped my head around so fast that my head spun. By the time it stopped, Alex was laughing as he held my head against his chest.

"What do you need?" he asked that person. He seems so uncaring. Well, I guess we weren't technically doing anything wrong. We weren't doing anything inappropriate, and it was a Sunday, after all.

But when the person answered, I froze immediately. I recognized that voice. "What do you two think you're doing?" Dimitri asked.

I could tell that Alex felt the change in my body, because he automatically loosened his hold and started stroking my hair in a soothing manner. I climbed off of him quickly, but gave him a loving smile to let him know that I was alright. He automatically smiled in response. Then he looked away from me, scowling.

That was when I realized that our peaceful evening was over. And Alex was not happy. Crap.