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Yosuuke made it to work and began to do run the small cafe. He had been there for about a year now and found himself quite comfortable with the job. As he made a few drinks he began to wonder what was Evelia’s favorite drink. [i I wonder if she even drinks coffee. Maybe she likes tea more.] He thought. The little things about her seemed to interest Yosuuke even more. They were friends now but he wanted to know more about her, get closer to her.
As his break came about he looks at his watch to see what was the time. “Hmm maybe she’s not too busy to talk for a bit.” He mutters to himself. He started call her but then hung up since he figured that she might be busy so he sent her a text. “Hey Evelia. How’s your day going so far? If you’re not busy tonight do you want to go see a movie and grab a bite to eat? I’m feee this evening so just let me know.” He sent the text and sighs softly. He was hoping to get a yes but if he did get a no he knew it wasn’t because she didn’t want to but because she wasn’t available. The two had hung out quite a few times before and Yosuuke had always enjoyed himself with her.
Yosuuke sips on his drink and eats a few crackers that he had brought for snack. He patiently waited for her text while he was on his break.
The female looked up at Yosuuke, and smiled when he said his goodbyes. "You too. It was a pleasure to dine out with you." She said, before he had left and she was alone in the library. "Well...at least the workers I hired closed this place down correctly while I was gone." Evelia chuckled to herself, before finding her way up to the third floor, where she lived. She walked in and took a right turn, before opening the door to her bedroom. Once she was inside, she quickly changed into some nightclothes and got into bed...falling asleep shortly after.
By the next morning, the author had woken up and drank her morning cappuccino, and was downstairs as the library opened up for the day. A couple new faces came in, looked around, talked to her, and some even bought some books. However, they just didn't seem like how Yosuuke was...which was strange. Even then, Evelia had a nagging hope in her soul that she'd get to talk to the college student again. It had been such a pleasant experience getting to be taken out for some dinner...she almost wanted to do it again. It was an odd feeling, an odd emotion. Like a blooming friendship.
Yosuuke smiles and nods his head. “Have a good evening Evelia.” He said before walking off to his car. Yosuuke was very pleased with how his evening had turned out. He hadn’t been expecting all of this to happy but he was so happy that he had the courage to ask her to dinner with him. [i This turned it so much better than I thought. She’s such a kind hearted woman. I wonder who could of possibly wanted her dead...maybe an ex lover or something. I’m glad she’s still alive. She deserves to be happy.] Yosuuke thought as he got into his car and starts his drive home.
It didn’t take long for him to return home. Yosuuke worked on a few knew sketches for a painting he wanted to do. He worked till late in the night but had to quite since he was falling asleep. Yosuuke lied down after taking off his glasses and went to sleep.
The next morning Yosuuke had to work. He had a simple job a small cafe near his college. He only worked part time since most of his time was taken up by school. As he worked he couldn’t help but wonder what Evelia was doing at that moment.
The author had smiled gently, hearing Yosuuke's gladness for her answer to his question about hanging out. "No problem, I'm glad I like the idea too." She had said with a chuckle, continuing to eat her own cheesecake until they were both finished and the male had paid for their food. "That was quite nice." She had stated happily before they walked outside together.
Once the college student had taken note of the night sky, Evelia noticed it too, and she nodded in agreement. "Well...there's nothing wrong with the night sky and the stars. They're a beautiful sight, whether from a window in your own home, or sitting right underneath them in the cool grass." The author told him, before heading back to her library with him.
"No problem, Yosuuke...I really enjoyed having dinner with you. I promise I'll call you and hang out again soon." She said in reply to his kind words, and she smiled back towards him.
Yosuuke couldn’t believe that Evelia had agreed to spending time with him again. He didn’t want to think too much about it being date. He figured they were friends right now and just enjoyed hanging out with each other. “I’m glad you like that idea.” He said and ate the delicious cheesecake with her. Once they had finished their plates of food he pays for their dinner and leaves the restaurant with the author.
The streets weren’t as crowded as they were before when they were walking to the restaurant. The night air was refreshing and the sky was filled with stars. “I didn’t think it would be dark by the time we got out.” He said softly as he looked up at t he sky. Yosuuke wanted to take a few pictures but now wasn’t the time. He just saw beauty and art in things hat most people wouldn’t think to be beautifully or art. He made a mental note of the places he wanted to take pictures so he could come back another time.
When they arrived back at the library Yosuuke looks down at Evelia. “Thank you so much for joining me for dinner and for the autographed book.” He smiles. “You have my number so call me some time. We can hang out again when you’re free.”
Although she had admitted it in her mind multiple times, Evelia was enjoying her time with the college student quite well. It was a calming experience, and got her mind off of what troubled it so badly sometimes. Once the waiter had brought some kind of cheesecake by Yosuuke's request, the author heard his words and she smiled. "Sure, I'd love to share it." She told him happily, grabbing an extra fork just like he had done.
Once the male took a bite of the strawberry cheesecake, she did as well, and savored the flavor of it. "It is delicious, just as I knew it would be." She chuckled, before hearing Yosuuke speak again. "I'd...be delighted to, actually. Spending some more time with you would be nice, I like the idea. I'm glad you suggested it!" Evelia told him as her grin widened a bit and she took another bite of the cheesecake.
As they ate Yosuuke found himself wanting to spend time with Evelia again. When they did finish their entrees Yosuuke had the waiter bring them the dessert for the day which was a strawberry cheese cake. Yosuuke had a sweet tooth so he was always happy to eat something sweet. “Would you like some? We can share it. I’m sure it’s going to be just as delicious as everything else.” Yosuuke said as he picked up another fork.
The waiter soon returned with a thick slice of strawberry cheesecake. “Looks delicious.” He said with wide eyes. He decided to go ahead and take a small bite of it. “We should do this again some time Evelia. I mean whenever you’re free and would like to get your mind off of work you should call me and maybe we can go out to eat again or see a movie or something.” Yosuuke looked at her and smiled a bit shyly. He didn’t want her to say not but he knew that he might not ever see here again after this dinner. [i Hopefully she’ll be open to the idea of hanging out again. I wonder what she thinks about me.] He thought. Yosuuke was definitely a fan of Evelia’s writing but she also was a very sweet person.
As she heard the male spoke, she nodded slowly towards each of his words. "Yes...once you experience things similar to what happens in games of that nature, it's hard to bring yourself to even [b want] to play them, both out of fear of flashbacks and just seeing how stupid the games are." The author stated kindly, and honestly, as she ran a hand through her own hair for just a second or two.
Evelia was more quiet when the college student explained when he played sports during his life, since she only really did so in gym class when she was forced to. Once the entrees had arrived, she thanked the waitress as well, and picked up a fork when Yosuuke spoke again for a brief second. After tasting her meal and savoring the glorious flavors in her mouth, she chuckled. "I told you it would be better!" The female exclaimed, smiling towards him before sipping her own wine as he asked how her food was. "My dish tastes quite delicious, thanks for asking." She said gladly.
“I see. It makes sense though. I wouldn’t expect you to be fond of gory games that are filled with a lot of violence.” Yosuuke said knowing that it could trigger past memories that use to haunt her. “I suppose you don’t watch horror movies either? Is it safe to say that you stay away from most things that involve gore, blood, death and violence?” [i It’s only wise if she does. Wouldn’t want to bring back bad memories that could cause her to lose her sanity again.] He thought.
When she spoke about not playing sports or wanting to be chuckles a bit. “Not a big fan?” He smiles and starts think about his younger days. “I played sports in middle school. Not really in high school. I was more so into my art.” As he spoke their entrees arrived, the smell caused Yosuuke to smile. “Thank you.” He said to the waitress before she walked off. Yosuuke looks at Evelia and picks up his fork. “Let’s eat.” The first bite was definitely what he was expecting. The delicious flavors filled his mouth and he was happy that he was able to eat here. He was quite hungry anyway.
“You were right. It’s even better than the appetizer.” He nods his head and the. He sips on his wine. Yosuuke made sure to only have one glass since he had to drive later. Usually when he goes out for drinks he would call for a ride but he didn’t want to drink too much with Evelia. He wanted to truly enjoy this time with her. “How does your food taste? I hope you’re enjoying it.”
Evelia smiled towards the college student as he spoke to her again. "I believe that the entrees will be more than just as good, but even better." She said, giving off a light chuckle for a second or two before hearing Yosuuke's words involving the video games she mentioned. "I can understand how you feel about that, college really does fill up your life. I've been there before." The female stated happily, taking another munch or two off of her calamari.
"I would try to play more mature games, but once I had almost been murdered...too many of those games reminded me of it and one or two even gave me flashbacks. I can't stand many games with blood or gore. When I was writing my book, it was a way for me to vent out some of my insanity from the whole ordeal, so that's why it was so dark compared to how I'm saying I hate mature and dark things." The author explained kindly, before hearing her friend ask a question. "Sports? No...not really. I played the sports that I was forced to play in my gym class every now and then, but that was only because I was supposed to. Besides that, I haven't and don't plan on playing any sports." Evelia admitted, chuckling again.
“I’m glad you’re enjoying it.” Yosuuke said and chuckles. The dark haired male ate a few pieces of the calamari with Evelia. “It is really good. I bet our entrees are going to be just as good.” He added and smiles at the young woman. When she began to talk about video games Yosuuke’s eyes widen a bit. “Oh nice. I enjoy playing video games as well when I have the time. College takes up most of my time.” He chuckles a bit. “I love Nintendo.”
Yosuuke enjoyed playing games with his friends. He had other gaming systems with more mature games. Yosuuke sips on his wine and glanced around the restaurant. The whole environment was calm and beautiful, people had candles on their tables and some had flowers. “Did you play any sports or enjoy playing any sports? I enjoy swimming and soccer but I’m not on a team or anything.” Yosuuke was tall and lean but he didn’t feel as if he was the best swimming or soccer player.
Upon seeing the appetizer arrive at their table, the young author smiled gently. It looked delicious, and most definitely smelled delicious as well. After Yosuuke had given the waitress both of their orders, which was a nice thing for him to do, he asked her about the calamari. Once she had eaten a bit of it, Evelia's grin widened. "Tastes great, as expected!" She chuckled, running a hand through her hair before munching on the appetizer once more.
"Other hobbies?" The female asked when she heard the college student's question. "Well, I actually do enjoy some video games, despite how I look like I'm not that kind of person. I use it as stress relief sometimes, so I typically stick to fun and happy games such as Nintendo. I don't play horror at all, and rarely play mature games, although I know some can be fun." Evelia explained, as everything seemed to go silent for another few seconds before the male spoke to her of his own hobbies.
She soon heard Yosuuke's offer, which she would gladly accept any day. "Thanks! I [b will] let you know if I need any artwork, because your art is amazing!" The author said happily, remembering what the male had given her before they had come to the restaurant.
Yosuuke had ordered their appetizer and happily waited for the calamari. It was one of his favorite things to eat. [i I don’t remember the last time I took myself away from school and work to just enjoy time with friends. This is nice. It’s nice to not worry about work or school every now and then.] He thought.
Soon their appetizer was brought to them. It was nice and hot and the delicious scent filled the air. “Looks great.” He said and thanked the waitress before giving her their entree orders. When she left he looks at Evelia. “Let me know what you think about it.” He said you Evelia. The two were munching on their appetizer. “So besides writing what other things do you enjoy doing? Any other hobbies?” Yosuuke asked just wanted to keep the mood light and fun for the both of them.
He was genuinely curious about the author before him though, he wanted to know more about her life and why someone was trying to kill her. Did she have money? Did she wrong someone? Yosuuke just had so many questions but he knew it wasn’t his place to ask any of them so he stuck to more simple and light questions.
“I love art. All sorts. My photography skill is what I’m working on now but I love to draw and paint. I’ve always been good at those two things though. It’s time I tried something new. If you ever need any art work just let me know.” He smiles. Yosuuke enjoyed painting so much he would often times do it for free.
Although she had noticed the male pick up his menu suddenly and strangely, the young author didn't really pay any mind to it. Once Yosuuke had set his menu down, and shown her the appetizer he was wanting to share with her, the female smiled. "Actually...I think I'd really like some calamari." She chuckled, before sipping some of her red wine once again.
[i It's so...strange...how Yosuuke just wants everything to be perfect. I mean, this isn't a date...but still, he's just so nice. Charming. I really hope that after this, I can find a way to get ahold of him...perhaps through our cell phones if he has one, or social media. Anyways...I should probably stop thinking about it and just enjoy the moment.] Evelia thought to herself, before blinking for a couple times and realizing she had blanked out for a second. Luckily, Yosuuke didn't seem to notice it at all.
Yosuuke noticed Evelia’s blush, this caused him to blush but picks up the menu to hide his face. [i What could be making her blush? What is she thinking about? Should I ask, no...that would probably just embarrass her. Maybe it’s not a bad thing.] He thought and sets the menu down, hisblush had disappeared now. He smiled a bit at her and points to one of the appetizers on the menu.
“I was thinking maybe the calamari or the stuffed mushrooms.” He said as his olive green eyes stared into hers. “What do you think? Is there something else on the menu you might be interested in?” Yosuuke wanted everything to be agreeed upon. He didn’t want to get something she wouldn’t eat. Yosuuke picked up his glass of someone and sipsnon it’s he waited for her to answer his question.
Yosuuke wanted to keep this happy environment going, for some reason he felt like it was his duty to try and make Evelia smile. [i It’s not my job but I feel obligated to. It’s not like I don’t want to though. She has such a cute smile and she’s easy to talk to.]
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