Joey grinned and he kissed her one more time before heading towards the pantry to grab the basket so he could fill it with delicious things. They would probably have to bundle up, but he just liked being outside when he wasn't in the city.
The ride from the city had been cold but beautiful. Jess was glad it had been a nice day so they weren't soaking wet when they arrived at the house. When they pulled up and parked, Jess jumped off the back of the bike and she glanced at the car in the driveway. "That's weird," she said with an arched eyebrow. "My family isn't supposed to be here, shit."