He'd been that way the last month or so, she guessed. He wouldn't talk about anything and everything like he used too.
He did live at her house, but not with her. He had his own room. Still he helped around the house a lot. She didn't even have to ask him to vacuum. He'd even cleaned the oven. Strange, she thought this was a good thing in a guy now. Doing chores.
Yes, he was there for her, but he wasn't exactly Casanova. They had their moments. She did enjoy kissing him. And he always liked the same TV shows she did. So there was plenty of cuddling.
She was glad they'd moved on to the Match Game now at the party. Seriously, she hadn't played this many party games in years.
The laughter was contagious. Obviously, this Sara knew Max really well. It startled Daisy. Just what were they doing together? On second thought, she didn't want to know.
Daisy turned her attention to Syreeta and Zac. There was a certain spark of happiness between them. Daisy couldn't help but smile. They were good together.
Daisy wondered what people saw when they saw her with Hansen. Did they look as much as a couple? Did she look older than him?
Hansen was a school drop out, but he was a few months older than her. Still, she felt as if she were the older one. Deep down, she hated that feeling. But tonight, after the dinner, she really wanted to talk him. She wanted to know what was really bothering him.
"I want to know if you're OK?" She asked very quietly while he was pouring more soda between breaks of the silly games.
"Yeah, well..." He looked at her ever so seriously. "I want to know what you're not telling me, too."
"What do you mean?" She winced. How could he think she was keeping secrets from him?
Just then, she noticed Derrick showing up, solo.