askabbyandsarah asked: "Great! We can make a day of it and go get lunch and stuff too. If you want, I mean." She said, picking up the last few remaining fabric scraps that he hadn't already grabbed and stuffing them into her bag. In the back of her mind, something was telling her that would end up as more of a date, but she refused to even acknowledge the word. "I've been picking some spare cash here and there, so maybe we could have a little fun? You have been playing a lot later after all!"
Well, reason he’d been playing much later then usual was to pick up extra cash for Sarah. He wanted to try and help her out before she found a job of her own. But…If it was to treat her…That’d work too. “…Sure. It sounds like a good idea.”
Her smile brightening, she finished putting away the fabric and closed the bag, setting it beside her. “Great! You haven’t gotten a day off in a while, so this is gonna be fun!” She really was looking forward to spending time with him-with her being busy with a job hunt and trying to make some extra cash, and him being busy with work, she hadn’t really gotten to spend time or bother him much since she started crashing at his place.
The next day, Wes was climbing out of the attic, heading down to where Sarah waited. He’d grabbed his wallet, sure to pocket all his earnings so far. Two feet off the ground, he gave up climbing down and simply hopped off, landing easily on his feet.