Chuckling along with Tracey, Heidi was glad the girl was laughing and letting herself forget about Sara. She didn't want to dwell on the girl that seemed to be trying to tear them apart.
Heidi watched as Tracey's eyes went wide and could tell the girls mind was going. She knew it might be hard for Tracey to admit anything and she accepted it, she knew Tracey would figure it out on her own given time.
"Just, promise me something?" she asked and raised her hand to stroke Tracey's cheek, "Don't be afraid of whatever you're feeling okay? Just feel it." She knew that Tracey might be one who would start to feel something new and become afraid of what it might mean. "And don't let stupid people like Sara shake you."