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Who: Sara and Sofia Where: At home, then the restaurant… 
3rd-Feb-2009 09:13 pm

Who: Sara and Sofia
Where: At home, then the restaurant
When: A night or two after the BBQ

Sara stood in front of the mirror, performing a final check. She and Sofia were going out to the Thai place she wanted to go, and although it wasn't fancy, she'd tried to make an effort for her. She'd put on a simple black dress and a pair of strappy heels that showed off her legs, done her hair and applied a little make up.

When she was ready she went in search of Sofia. "You ready?" she asked her, smiling.
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4th-Feb-2009 09:21 am (UTC)
Sara got into the car and smiled at Sofia. "Thank you," she replied.

"No work, no Aiden, right?" she asked her, resting her hand on her wife's leg when Sofia got in. She thought it would be good to just be them for once, not parents or CSIs... the only problem she had was that she wasn't sure who else she was anymore.
4th-Feb-2009 09:22 am (UTC)
"Right," She smiled over at her, doing up her belt, and starting the engine.
4th-Feb-2009 09:23 am (UTC)
Sara turned her head and smiled at Sofia. "What do we talk about, then?" she asked her.
4th-Feb-2009 09:25 am (UTC)
"We can talk about anything and everything," She smiled. "Plenty more to us than those things. Our friends, little bits of the past maybe, things we want to do, movies we want to see... you know, stuff you normally talk about on dates." She added, smile growing.

"Could even plan a cinema trip if you wanted? Or is that too cliche a night out?"
4th-Feb-2009 07:38 pm (UTC)
Sara smiled. "Those are really good ideas," she told Sofia. "Sometimes I forget there's more to me than being a CSI and Aiden's mother," she admitted, kind of hoping maybe she wasn't the only one who felt that way.

"I don't think it matters if it's cliche, as long as we enjoy it. We shouldn't let that stop us, right?"
4th-Feb-2009 07:55 pm (UTC)
"I know what you mean," She smiled at her. "It's hard to move past those things sometimes, because they're such big parts of our lives." She replied, knowing exactly what she meant there.

"Right," She echoed with a smile. "And I'd really enjoy that."
4th-Feb-2009 07:57 pm (UTC)
"I'm glad we have more of a balance now, though, with spending more time with friends- even if they're friends from work," Sara smiled. "Our BBQ went really well the other day, I think. Maybe we should make it a regular thing."

"You can pick the movie, then," she smiled. "And I'll even buy the tickets if you want to see one of your sappy embarrassing ones."
4th-Feb-2009 08:00 pm (UTC)
"Maybe we should," She replied with a little smile. Despite the one little incident she'd caused, it'd been a good BBQ.

She chuckled quietly and grinned at her, when at a stop light. "You're on." She agreed.
4th-Feb-2009 08:10 pm (UTC)
"Do you mind BBQing if I do the rest of the cooking?" Sara asked. Last time Sofia had cooked the meat and Sara had done nibbles, dessert and salads to go with the meat.
4th-Feb-2009 08:12 pm (UTC)
"Not at all," She replied. "I figure that's the best way to go about things. I know you'll cook meat for me, but I'd never expect you to do it on the BBQ for everyone else." She'd given that some thought other than 'Me Sofia. Me tough girl. Me BBQ *thumps chest*', obviously.
4th-Feb-2009 08:14 pm (UTC)
"You're so sweet," Sara smiled, resting a hand on Sofia's thigh in a completely non-sexual way. "I love you." Sara would definitely cook meat for Sofia, and did eat it when Aiden was around, so that he'd eat it, but apart from that she avoided it where she could. She'd weighed up her options and decided that Aiden's health was more important to her than her vegetarianism, and in her opinion children needed meat.
4th-Feb-2009 08:20 pm (UTC)
"I love you too," She replied warmly. She was glad she saw it as being sweet. For Sofia, that was just part of being in a relationship like this; considering the feelings of the other.

She pulled up a few moments later at the restaurant and smiled widely at her. She climbed out of her truck and walked round to the other side to open the door up for her. She leant against it then though, looking at her curiously. "This doesn't weird you out, does it? You know, me opening doors for you."
4th-Feb-2009 08:24 pm (UTC)
Sara smiled. Yeah, it weirded her out a little, but she knew Sofia was just trying to be romantic. "It's very nice of you," she replied diplomatically. "Thank you." There, that had been alright, hadn't it?
4th-Feb-2009 08:27 pm (UTC)
She noticed how she avoided the question a little, so grinned whilst blushing. "I'll relax it a bit," She promised. "I was brought up to look after people I love." She added, her explanation as to why she did it. Her father had definitely tried to instill good values in her.
4th-Feb-2009 08:29 pm (UTC)
"You do look after me," Sara promised Sofia with a smile. She knew she was onto her now. "I just like doing things for myself. You know I'm independent," she said. "The gesture was very sweet, though, and I did appreciate it."
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