Re: Bennett & Lucretia
It was nice just to be appreciative of anything at all. They were still alive, and not a mindless zombie. That was the best thing.
That sheepish smile was one of the many reasons that she did it, actually. She liked seeing him blush. For someone who was so ruthless at times, and a partner who could take down a man with several hits to the face, or a gun shot, he did have a way of blushing. All it did was make her grin with delight and want to do it again. "Once in a while. Thanksgiving is a very good reason to have a decent meal." Ugh no more granola, or canned rations. Pop-tarts were awful and so very american. One more thing she missed about being back home.
"All right, I'm thankful for all of those things, but you're by far the best. And the only one I truly care about." She nudged him back and grinned. "Oh yes sir," she gave a salute with her fingers. "I promise to eat all of my vegetables. You're as bad as my ex-husband," she grumbled playfully.