Please review! You guys are the best! I am heading home from Florida while writing this. I have a sun burn that hurts like crazy. That teaches you that you should wear sun screen when you go on a six mile walk with your dad to a pier on the beach. WEAR SUN SCREEN! I'M SAYING THIS FOR YOUR OWN GOOD! Love you guys!
"El, come on. I don't want to miss the flight." Olivia told Elliot through his bedroom door. She was sitting on her suitcase in his new apartment. He had moved in the weekend before with her help.
Elliot opened his door carrying his suitcase. "I'm ready." He said. "Remind me again why I am going on vacation with you."
Olivia smirked. "Because you want to get out of this cold weather as much as I do." She stood up and picked up her suitcase. "Plus, you don't trust me during happy hour."
"Well yeah, if you find a hot guy, you go to town on the drinks and start hammering them back so that you look dazed. I usually have to carry you out of the bar. I don't let you drink Tequila for a reason. It's just like that song-" Elliot started.
Olivia interrupted him. "Yeah, yeah, I know. Tequila makes her clothes fall off. I've listened to it and you tell me it reminds you of me every time." Elliot smirked. "I'm not drinking Tequila there."
"You never know." Elliot grinned cheekily and gestured down the stairs. "After you." Olivia chuckled shaking her head and went down to the car with him following.
They were almost to the airport when Olivia spoke up. "You do realize it is less expensive to drive there. Panama City is a tourist attraction. Everything is going to seem way over priced."
"Yeah, I know that. At least, we're not going to see a lot of spring breakers. That would've been awful." Elliot sighed. "The beach would've been crowded."
"True, and I want to lay out in the sun and get some color." Olivia said tucking some of her hair back.
"Liv, you already have color." Elliot chuckled. He turned into the airport parking lot. "You just want to wear that new swim suit that you think you won't fit into." Olivia raised her eyebrows at him. "I know you, Liv. Trust me when I say this. Any guy, that sees you, isn't going to be worrying about the swim suit."
Olivia smirked. "You sure are Mr. Charmer this morning. Are you sure you didn't tip something back this morning?"
Elliot laughed. "Liv, even if I did, I would be telling you the same thing." Olivia smiled at him and rolled her eyes. Elliot rolled his eyes back at her.
Soon, they were on the plane. Olivia had a suduko book in her hand while Elliot was looking through a magazine. She looked at him out of the corner of her eye. "El, do you want your glasses?"
"I would love them, but I put them in my suitcase." Elliot said turning the page even though it was pointless.
Olivia chuckled picking up her purse. "I knew you'd need them." She took out his glasses and gave them to him. "I'm pretty sure my contact just ripped so I'll join you." She took out her own glasses and put them on after putting her contacts away.
"We are styling now." Elliot joked looking back at his magazine. Olivia laughed and playfully hit his face with her suduko book.
A flight attendant came over then and smiled. "Hi, may I get you two anything?"
Elliot smirked and looked up. "Well, I know this one right here is going to want cookies." Olivia chuckled. "Uh, I guess I'll do that too. We are on vacation."
"What are you celebrating? Annverisary? Honeymoon?" The flight attendant asked.
"We are just going on vacation. We need a break from work." Elliot smiled. "We've been best friends for how long now? Thirteen years?"
"Fourteen." Olivia smirked.
"See, we've had so much fun it doesn't seem like it's been that long." Elliot grinned. Olivia chuckled at him. "We've been partners for fourteen years. I'm Detective Stabler and she's Detective Benson. Elliot and Olivia."
"Well, it's an honor to have you here. I really admire what you guys do. I'm Stacy. I'll get your snacks." She said before leaving.
Olivia leaned back in her seat. "I thought we weren't going to talk about work on this vacation."
"We're not going to. We're technically not on vacation yet." Elliot smirked. "And yes, I just pulled a technicallity on you. But, I promise. On this vacation, we are just going to be Elliot and Olivia." He smiled at her. "I'm pretty sure that girl thinks we're married."
"Yeah, she probably does, but who doesn't at this point?" Olivia asked putting her suduko book in her purse.
"Good point." Elliot nodded. He noticed her rubbing her eyes. "You tired?" Olivia nodded slightly before yawning. He lifted the arm rest between them and opened up his arm. "Come here." Olivia gave him a sleepy smile before huddling under his arm and laying her head on his chest. He wrapped his arm around her before going back to reading his magazine.
Olivia looked at the magazine to see what he was looking at. "A snow cone machine? What is this magazine?"
Elliot chuckled. "I have no idea. I found it in your purse. You pack a ton of things in your purse. You once had seven movies in your purse."
"You were sick." Olivia shrugged. "You're my best friend. I wasn't going to let you suffer by yourself. Luckily, Cragen gave me the week off. He has a soft spot for you now."
"Well, I'm not causing him paper work now. I have a new job, as a bartender." Elliot smirked closing the magazine and putting it aside.
Olivia grinned. "I love it. I get my own bartender at home." She closed her eyes as he rubbed her back. "Did you find anything you wanted to do in Panama City?"
Elliot smiled. "I was planning on laying on the beach. Sound like a plan to you?"
"Sounds like a plan to me." Olivia sighed before falling asleep with Elliot.
Please review! Love you guys! The first half of this story was written in April, so I came back from Florida a while ago as you can see. LOL! I was really burnt. I spent three weeks healing because my back kept peeling and blistering so bad. I went from 80 degrees fahrenheit in Florida to 10 degrees fahrenheit in Wisconsin. It was a harsh adjustment.