„Ice-cream?” Diana tilted her head, confused.
“You´ve never-? Oh, we have to fix that.” Kara grabbed her hand and charged forward. Dina laughed, following the girl.
“Where are we going?” The woman chuckled.
Kara looked back at her, a slight smirk playing on her lips. “You´ll see.”
Diana quirked an eyebrow. “Oh, really?”
Kara hummed making them both giggle. The girl looked around, biting her lip. Something she did when she was deep in though. A habit Diana grew particularly fond of. Kara´s eyes were sparkling when she looked back. Diana chuckled. “What?” The girl asked.
Dina shook her head. “Nothing.” She gave her a warm smile. “Happy looks good on you.”
Kara blushed, looking away and fixing her glasses. “Thanks.” She breathed and Diana chuckled again.
“May I now know where I´m being taken to?” Diana tilted her head, biting back a grin.
Kara nudged her side, shaking her head with laughter. “Very funny.”
“I know.” The woman puffed her chest, biting her lip harder. Kara breathed in to say something back, but couldn’t help the flicker of her gaze down to the women’s lips. She quickly looked up only to be met with a quirked eyebrow and a knowing smile from Diana. “Yes?”
“Nothing.” Kara petted herself internally for managing to keep an even tone.
“Mhmm.” Diana hummed, watching Kara blush, with amusement. She laughed again when Kara tugged on her arm. “I feel like this will end badly.”
Kara frowned as they crossed the street. “What? Why?”
Diana lifted an eyebrow. “Oh, simply having flashbacks from when you took me out drinking.” Again, the woman found herself biting back a smirk, watching the girl grow flustered.
“Okay, to my defence I was certain a human could not outdrink an alien.” Kara fixed her glasses again, pouting slightly.
Diana laughed. “Dear, you are forgetting I am an Amazon, not a mere human.” It was one of Diana´s favourite stories. They had known each other only for a few weeks and Kara had always been so composed and professional around her. Watching the girl unwind, especially since Kara had been so certain Diana would be the first one to get drunk, had been beyond amusing. Even if the woman had ended up having to carry Kara all the way to her apartment. That had also been the point at which Kara started to act more like herself around Diana.
“How could I forget?” Kara mumbled, still refusing to meet the woman´s eyes.
Diana reach out, turning Kara´s chin towards her. “Want me to remind you?” She whispered. The woman leaned closer. Closer. As Kara closed her eyes, she turned her head, instead brushing her lips against the girl´s ear. “Or not.” Diana pulled away, giggling. Even more so when Kara´s blush changed into a pout and then into a frown.
“Again, very funny.” The girl muttered.
“Oh, I´m sorry.” Diana tried unsuccessfully to stop her laughter. When they walked inside the park, she tugged on Kara´s arm, feeling the growing grin on her lips. “Did you expect something else?” Diana cocked her head to the side, watching the girl.
Kara narrowed her eyes. “You know, keep this up and no sweet heaven for you.”
Diana considered for a moment. “I think,” her hand snuck around Kara´s waist and pulled her closer “I´m good as long as I have you.” She whispered, their noses touching.
Kara gasped at the sudden nearness, but managed to regain her composure – or what was left of it. “What makes you so sure you do?” This time it was the girl who had to bite down a grin. Although internally, she was jumping up and down, proud of her self.
Diana shrugged, then leaned seemingly impossibly closer. Kara´s heart fluttered and it was like Diana could tell because she simply smiled. “Do I?”
Kara shook her head, her smile spreading. She prompted herself up on her tip toes, brushing her lips against Diana´s and letting them linger for a heartbeat. The girl than pulled away, but only slightly. “You do.” She breathed, not having to look to know that the other woman was smiling as well. “Okay, let´s go or they´ll close on us.” Kara stepped away, taking a hold of Diana´s hand and all but flew them to the middle of the park.
Diana laughed, but squeezed Kara´s hand tighter.
“Alright,” Kara beamed. “prepare to have your mind blown.”
Diana gave the girl a thoughtful look. “I don´t think many things can do that by this point.” She winked, enjoying the deepening blush on the girl´s face.
“G-good evening, sir.” Kara shifted her attention elsewhere, hearing Diana chuckle behind her.
“Hello, Miss.” The old man smiled.
“Could you please give us, what you would say is the best flavoured ice-cream?” Kara grinned when the man nodded. “Ready?” Kara turned to Diana smiling from ear to ear.
“Yes.” Kara watched how the woman´s eyes widened. It was almost as if they were sparkling. “This is wonderful.” She breathed. Diana quickly turned to the man. “Sir, you should be proud!”
The man gave her a slightly confused smile while Kara laughed next to her. Some things never change, Kara thought looking at overjoyed expression on Diana´s face. “Happy looks good on you too.”