They had always shared a special kind of bond. Even after Willow and Oz got together, and after Angel had returned (and then left), there were still special feelings that they had only for each other. It was more than friendship, but it wasn't enough to build a relationship on. And of course, Buffy couldn't do that to Willow. Friends came first.

Oz hugged Willow for what he knew to be the last time he would see her. He had tried to rebuild what they had, but she loved Tara now. Willow would always be in his heart and he knew it, but for this wasn't what either of them wanted. Willow hopped out of Oz's van, shut the door, and waved goodbye. Oz wouldn't look back at her. Not now. He had to get out of Sunnydale before he lost his sense in the matter. But there was one last person he had to say goodbye to.

He drove out on the highway to their special spot where they had always met before. He knew she would be there. She always was in moments like these. Stopping the car, Oz got out, and walked to the bench at the side of the road, where he saw a small blond girl sitting, staring out at the view before them. Oz stood beside her with one hand on her shoulder.

"Hey Buffy." Oz spoke softly. She didn't look at him, just stared out at the scenery.

"You're really leaving for good this time?" She asked, as a few tears dripped down her cheek. She glanced up at him. Oz nodded. He motioned for her to scoot over, and she did. He sat down beside her, draping an arm over her shoulder, as she simultaneously leaned against him. The wind blew her blond hair back from her face, and he couldn't help notice how beautiful she was. They just sat there for a while. This is what they did. When two people were as comfortable together as they were, being quiet could be a good way to get away from it all. And thats how it was with Oz and Buffy. When the sun started to hit the horizon, Oz knew it their time together was up. He stood up and kissed her softly on the forehead.

"I'll always find you Buffy." He murmured onto her skin. She closed her eyes at the feeling. He turned around and got into the car and drove off.

"Goodbye Oz." She whispered into the wind. But he was gone.