Prompt: 'Do you think we should go on a date?' Trini didn't mean to voice her thoughts. The girl on the floor next to her looked up from her book. 'W-well I meant like... like go to Krispy Kreme or you know we could invite the boys to the movies! We can go as a group it doesn't have to be a date. Like just us two.' Kim laughed at the shorter girl's rambling, a sound that made Trini go weak. Good thing she was already sitting on the bed. 'I'd love to go on a date with you Trini.'
Trini has been curled up on Kimberly’s bed for what seems like forever when in reality it had only been about two hours. Time just seemed to move differently when she was around her crush. “I think we should go on a date,”
“What was that?” Kim asks, looking up from the book she had been reading all afternoon.
Trini’s brow furrows slightly, wondering if she’d really vocalized her thoughts. “I just…I mean, w-what if we went to Krispy Kreme or you know…we could invite the guys to a movie,” She says lowly, biting her lip a bit. “We can all go as a group, it doesn’t have to be like a date or anything…”
Kim smiles slightly, amused by the other ranger’s ramblings as she sets her book off to the side, scooting closer to her friend. “Trini, are you asking me out?” She chuckles softly, the sound making Trini weak.
“I-uh-well…yeah?” Trini mumbles, never more grateful to be sitting down than when Kimberly grins at her. “I mean…it doesn’t have to be like a date, we could just…get food or something,” She trails off a bit, glancing at the bedspread.
She can feel Kimberly move closer, but keeps her eyes on the sheets below them until there’s a finger under her chin, tilting her head up until she’s staring into those whiskey eyes she’s come to love. “I would love to go on a date with you, Trini,” She says softly and the yellow ranger is sure she’s dreaming.
“You’re sure?” Trini asks despite herself, closing her eyes when Kimberly’s hands move to cup her cheeks.
“Of course I’m sure,” The taller girl replies softly, leaning in until she can brush their lips together. “Gotta start somewhere, right?”