Sunday, June 27, 2010
of course not
"I'm not trying to date her. I just thought-" Ian sighed then.
"Look, I have other things to be worried about, than you getting a co-worker a date, OK." He did too. He still wanted Syd to decide when they could get married. After all, he had done the whole engagement thing at her favorite bistros. It was official. They were engaged. Of course, the ring wasn't exactly paid for, but still he wished she could decide something.
She kept telling him how she wanted to wait until after the baby was born. They knew now they were having a baby girl. And yes, it was totally happiness to find this out. Well, he would have been happy, no matter what.
Naturally, Eric wanted to get married now, but he didn't want to rush her, either. At the rate they were going, the kids would probably be in high school before they tied the knot.
"Look, just don't do anything stupid." Eric snapped.
"I'm not." Ian promised.
"You've gone out with her?" Eric wondered if there was something he wasn't telling him.
"Not really." Ian answered.
"Not really? What does that mean?" Eric rolled his eyes. This should be stuff his Dad should be handling. Not him. "You know how you get." He thought of Olivia then and how Ian had somehow created his own little love world for her while it was just texting, chatting online and phone calls.
"I don't even have her phone number." Ian promised, but Eric had a feeling Ian wished he did.