Smiling she nodded her head, glad that Quinn would be there to guide him the first time he tried this. Though Puck was immortal, Finn was not, and a house fire at 2AM wouldn’t be good for anyone. Hand clamped over her mouth Caroline too burst into laughter at the memory. “You know, I still can’t believe he actually bought that.” She said with a small shake of her head. Noah could be so gullible sometimes, it was one of the many things that she loved about him. “I really don’t think you can compare one to the other.”
"I think you’re right." Quinn agreed with a slight nod turning to look out the window. "Even though those were some dark times in our lives, we had some really great moments. Lots of good memories were made." She said, a frown forming on her lips as she turned to look at Caroline. "But we got through it together. Just like we’ve always have and always will." Quinn reached over and gripped Caroline’s hand for an instant before pulling away. Her eyebrows knit together as she thought about something that had been bugging her all week. "So are you ever going to tell me what happened between you and Daniel?" Quinn asked, giving her best friend a curious look.
Caroline had been looking forward to this day trip all week. The idea of leaving Mystic Falls, even if it was just for a couple hours with one of her closest friends was beyond exciting to the blonde. She’d taken a little extra time getting ready to go that morning, if she was going to go beyond their small little town she wanted to make sure that she looked great, good simply wasn’t good enough. After checking herself out in the mirror one last time the blonde called out to her roommate, letting her know that she’d be back later tonight before grabbing her purse and making her way outside.
Once in the chauffeured care Care hugged her friend before dropping her bag and sitting back against the leather seats. “Waffles, bacon, and eggs?” She questioned, taking the phone from Quinn and examining the skillet she was talking about, “are you sure Noah’s ready for that level of responsibility?” Though she said it jokingly Caroline was pretty serious. The guy would drive a couple hours for Quinn to make him waffles in the middle of the night, and while she knew it wasn’t just about the waffles she still wasn’t sure whether or not he’d be able to cope making all three. “I seriously hope you’ll be there the first time he tries to work this thing.” Handing back the phone she laughed. “Because you and I know full well that if you don’t he’ll try to do it while intoxicated one night at 2am.”
Quinn laughed at Caroline’s comment, shaking her head slightly. “You’re most likely right, but don’t worry I will be there to guide him through it.” She took back her phone from her best friend, and studied the imagine on the screen before exiting the browser and putting her phone away. “I wouldn’t be surprised if he did try to pull that one off. I mean we’re talking about a guy who believed you when you told him that if he took off all his clothes, climbed up the roof, and wiggled his butt before jumping off he’d turn into a bat.”At the memory, Quinn bursts into laughter. That had to be one of her favorite memories she had of her best friends. “I still can’t figure out what’s more ridiculous that or his obsession with Alaric’s shirts.” She raised both eyebrows looking over at Caroline. “Or maybe it’s a tie?”
Yeah I think it’s a little too quiet. And not the good kind, anyway. I’m half expecting someone to turn up dead.
…I really hope that’s not the case, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it did happen.
Quinn had gotten her family’s new driver to take her and Caroline to Richmond for some shopping. They could have done that in Mystic Falls, but Quinn knew very well that Caroline was sick and tired of being stuck in town with nothing to do, so she figured she’d agree to this small adventure. Besides she figured they both needed some time together just the two of them. It had been a long time since they’ve had the chance to do just that. It had been early that afternoon when the car pulled up in front of Caroline’s apartment building. Quinn had sent her friend a quick text message letting her know that they were waiting for her outside. It wasn’t long before she got there and they were off to start their adventure.
"So I was looking at some of the waffle irons that they sell at Target online, and I was thinking that maybe we should just get Puck this skillet and waffle maker combo thing. That way he can make himself bacon or eggs if he wants those too with his waffles." Quinn told the other blonde sitting next to her as she passed over her phone so Caroline could see what she was talking about. "I don’t know why it took me so long to decide to teach him how to make his own instead of having him pop over for a visit unexpectedly at 2 a.m." Of course she knew why, but she wasn’t going to admit it. Quinn liked knowing that people still needed her, and that she wasn’t irrelevant and easy to forget, but Quinn knew that it was time to let go of all of that. If her conversation with Daniel taught her anything it was that, she can’t hold on to them forever. Soon enough it will be time for them to leave and start a new life faraway where she would no longer fit.
Here and there. Been trying to live like a normal person for once, Q.
Well that’s good to hear. I was starting to think you left.
And where exactly have you been, San?
Hm, I have not seen any of my brother’s for quite awhile now. I was starting to suspect that they had left town. Also, I was not aware Kol knew what a television was yet alone a tv show.
From what I gather he’s been spending his time with certain people that have been teaching him the ways of the modern world.
Okay… Do you want to meet up somewhere?
…I guess we could do that. How about tomorrow morning? I usually go for a run in the woods, you could join me.
You don’t have to tell me anything. I just thought you had some specifics.
I don’t mind telling you them I suppose. I just don’t want to do it in a place where everyone can just see it when it’s not any of their business.
That was descriptive.
I thought so too.
I don’t know what you want me to tell you exactly, Tyler. It’s been a year there’s a lot that’s changed. I’ve changed.