Kiss Challenge : Hiding/hoping not to be caught kiss
A/N: Welcome another Aussie to the page
You peek around the threshold of your seven-year-old sons bedroom door. Hovering on the edge of his bed, Micah has his hands clamped over his wide blue eyes. Despite his recent trip to the barbershop, his thick blonde curls are wild and untamed.
It is seven o'clock on a Saturday morning and a highly competitive game of hide-and-seek was underway in the Courtney household.
It is the one thing he brings to the table that you cannot.
The relationship shared amongst the two of you requires more patience than anything else. With his recent traveling and your ending of a turbulent relationship, patience is the only thing preventing either of you from pulling the plug. Four months of being “friendly” neighbors has slowly begun to get more and more complicated.
It is one thing to have sex with the funny, handsome and charming man from down the street. It’s another to allow him to stay over once the sex has already ended.
“Jay, come on! When was the last time you went on an actual date?” Jared paced back and forth across his apartment carpet. Jensen sat on the chair a few feet away from him. Tonight was supposed to be the two of them getting drinks at the local bar when Jared turned around and told him that there was a woman he was settling him up with…again.
“Jared. How many times do I have to tell you. I’m not looking for anything right now so would you quit trying to set me up with your wife’s friends! I appreciate you looking out for me but this needs to stop!” Jensen stated, his voice was loud and stern, hoping to get the message to Jared’s head that he was done being his puppet.
“What if I told you that you already met her?” Jared said sheepishly. “I mean, you might know her.”
“Let’s just go,” he sighed in defeat. “I swear if it’s that creepy Becky girl again, I’m never speaking to you again.”
No words were exchanged on the cab ride over to the bar. Jensen’s mind was reeling over who could possibly be waiting for him at the bar. He had met millions of women in his life. He was an actor who did fan conventions. Jared had been setting him up for months and months and he just didn’t want to date anyone.
He entered the bar, a hard expression on his face. He didn’t even want to be here anymore. “Go meet your date, I’ll grab drinks,” he all but smirked. Jensen wanted to punch him square in the face for looking at him that way. He turned on his heel and headed to the back booth where his so called date was supposed to be. When he got there, his heart stopped.
“Hi Jens,” she smiled. His heart was stammering in his chest. He hadn’t seen her in months. She was off doing some movie, a movie that wouldn’t finish filming for a few weeks. He hadn’t realized how much he missed her until this point. “Surprised?”
“That’s one word to describe it,” he breathed out. “So you’re my blind date tonight?”
“I am. I called Jared to tell him I was coming back and he came up with this whole blind date idea. He told me you’ve been on seven since I left.”
“Way too many,” he beamed. He couldn’t believe she was really here. “So why don’t we get out of here and I take you on a real date instead?”