Re: On the train: The Schoolboy/The Witch
"Not as much as I'd like," Hugh admitted. "I'm from the Seattle area, and I've been to LA, and New York -- I just shot a film up near Chicago, but I've not been much out of the country at this point and I would like to change that eventually."
This was interesting information and he tilted his head, listening and tucking away and wondering briefly how long it had been. Hugh laughed, a short thing that didn't really linger. "I'm not certain how much optimism I have left," he offered. "Maybe one day it'll run out and I'll be a proper realist when it comes to romance."
He glanced out the window and nodded. "This drive is mine," he added, pointing his fingers to the drive that turned in the direction of the lake towards a large home with a rustic feel to it amongst all the wood beams, stone, and glass. "Thank you for the ride, Aedan. Perhaps we can dance again sometime," he offered with a smile.