His smile remains, a little weaker, but still warm. Of course he needed to ask his parents about this later, even if she did look like she could be trusted there was also a small chance of being fooled. So he would call them later, but right now he really didn’t want to think about that. He wanted to enjoy for once not being an only child.
"The time?" He looks at his pocked watch, and states that it was half past six now. Before he pulls out his own wallet. "How about we both pay? I would feel mean if you had to pay for everything." He secretly thought about his habit of eating a lot when he was eating out. He did not like the thought of her having to pay for all of it.
He looks through it, and decided that he had enough. He didn’t use much money, and he would be able to still have enough to buy the new game coming out that he wanted. “So, how do you feel about Pizza?”
"It’s the least I can do. I pulled you out here for all of this, and you might not have needed it." Garnet chucked and listened to Vincent speak. She, herself wasn’t that hungry, but if Vincent wanted to go have a bite then she would gladly tag along.
"Pizza sounds great, delivery? Or are we eating out?" Til didn’t mind going for a walk. Even after the food she would want a bit of exercise.
Lots of thoughts flashed in her head as she began to get herself together incase they were set to move. Garnet kept a smile, she didn’t to break down again. She kept trying to ask herself why was it such a big deal anyway. So what? You have another brother. Get over it.
Their long dark hair blew in a light breeze. Very nice weather for a nice new day.