Calum was trying to buy your love and you knew it. He had sent dozens and dozens of flowers to your house, along with other gifts including chocolates and strawberries and anything else he would think of. They were all sat in the corner of the kitchen waiting for you to touch them.
“Delivery for Y/n Yl/n.”
“That’s me.” You sighed signing for the package, this one was rather large and you had no idea what it was. The delivery man stuck the package in the living room and left. You had no idea what to do with it.
Just in case anyone missed it: I decided to push the final CWU update to December 30, which is the 1 year anniversary of he first chapter of Life Sentence being posted. Originally I was going to post it tomorrow, but then this story fell into my head and demanded to be written, and of course the last CWU chapter/epilogue is longer than I planned, of course (though not by too much! I think it’ll be around the same length as Ren’s last chapter was, if not a bit shorter) and will benefit from the extra editing.
Meanwhile for my TFA ANNIVERSARY tomorrow I might do a post about how that day went for me last year, because it was a crazy day ;_;