Hey, what's up? Hiyadoin'? It's time for a moment of Saturday's AfterDark Moments, and we're back after a two week absence from the scene.
Here's what I have in store for you...
Right now, I woke up late, so I missed out on everything. I'm going to post something that pertains to my most favorite characters -- Darla & Tyler. This story is now being reworked on, and I'm going to reveal the official moment how Darla & Tyler first met.
Here's the scenerio: Tyler got off work and rode the light rail home when he met a woman that blew him off a few months ago, and now she wants to show interest in him. Why don't you read this segment piece, it'll explain it all.
Note: It's in rough format.
“Look, why don’t we get off the next stop. I know a place where could talk about it,” she placed her hand on his lap.
“You want me to get off with you on the next stop?” he asked apprehensively.
She assured, “Just trust me. I won’t hurt you.” She smiled. “I promise.”
He was midway to the next stop. It’s time to think fast. He tried to get to know her three months ago, and she blew him off. Now she wanted to get to know him by having him off the next stop? He should say no, but...
“Okay, let’s go.”
The light rail approached the stop, and
knew this was his only chance to get to know her, but could he trust her? Tyler
“I didn’t get your –”
She placed her index finger over his lip, quickly shaking her head. “No names, at least not for now. Let’s go.”
He never protested when she led him out of the light rail, but his heart raced with both trust and fear. Where was she taking him? They’d just exited from the light rail station to a very quiet area. There were no stores; no place for them to go to. Was she trying to set him up? He could’ve back away, but the way her fingers entwined into his left him in a spellbound he couldn’t break away from.
They continued down the street, until he noticed the park. He looked around, wondering Oh God, where the hell is she taking me? Then they stopped in front of a two story house – a beige Victorian home that shone from the light, across the street from the local park.
“Wait,” he protested. “Where are you taking me?”
“Relax,” she assured. “I promise that I’m not going to hurt you.” She stepped closer, closing her eyes as she kissed him. “Okay.”
That's all for now.
Thank you and tune for next week.