Yuuri was about to chastise Viktor for laughing at him, but then Viktor had to be extra here and bring his hand to his lips. His eyes softened incredibly as Yuuri leaned into the touch naturally. “Yeah, yeah, I know.” He blushed a moment. He felt the abrupt tug in the other direction, helpless but to follow.
He probably wouldn’t voice it out here, but Yuuri was more than glad that Viktor was here. For more than one reason. If Viktor was here, with him, he wouldn’t have to worry that Viktor was lonely without him. He is one you care about, yes? Himari’s voice filtered through his mind. Yuuri smiled, gently, and tried thinking back. He is. We’re engaged. He means, well, everything to me. He’s my heart and soul, he thought back, getting a brief distracted look on his face as Viktor tugged him closer to where he may have left his bag.
He knew it was probably the cheesiest response ever, but Yuuri couldn't help it. He did love Viktor, everything about him, even so much that he gladly let himself be tugged off into a field with him. “Vitya,” he remarked slowly, remembering that Viktor sometimes forgot things easily. “Do you remember where we're heading?”