He shut the door behind her, fidgeting as she studied him, and he eventually just stuffed his hands in his pockets while offering up a small smile. It had been years, a ridiculous number of years, and while Paul had been kept up to date on the roller coaster that was Vince and Honey's relationship, it still wasn't the same as having her here in his apartment. She didn't look like she wanted a hug but he gave her one anyway, a warm squeeze and a kiss on the cheek - normally he wasn't so touchy-feely but he had known her for ages and was comfortable.
"I moved in a few weeks ago. My dad just died, and I..." He shrugged, pulling back slightly. "I figured this building was a good place to go." He wouldn't mention how weird it was, not yet. "Oh, have a seat..." Paul gestured to the living room - his apartment was nice and clean, decorated with cool, calming tones. Blues and greens, and some brown. There were the knickknacks too, from all over the world - the ones brought back by his father during his many world travels while in the Navy. More were in the guest room but Paul had a few interesting pieces in the living room as well.
"Can I get you anything to drink? Or to eat?" He was pretty sure he could whip something up if she was hungry. Or there were Zebra Cakes, the staple of every bachelor diet.