"Don't look too disappointed. You weren't exactly hating it were you?"
"But...Ithought you were Jay."
"Yeah, I guessed that from the, Jay let me look at you, Jay Jay. Eugh, seeing you two together makes me sick."
"Why? What have I done that pisses you off so much?"
"Well, for one you simply faun over him."
"No, that's called love. Obviously something you've never experienced." I saw her face fall. "Oh god I'm sorry, I didn't mean to, I'm sorry."
"You don't know what I feel."
"I know, I'm sorry." Sam stuck her tongue out at me, and I giggled, without meaning to.
"I'm sorry, you just looked so cute when you did that. Just like a small child, so sulky. I have so many of those in my class back home."
For a minute I thought she was going to smile; her lips twitched, but then disapproval followed.
"Everyone treats me like a child."
I moved towards her. "Well I think it's clear from what I saw last night that you are definately not a child anymore." This time she grinned.
"Gave you a bit of a shock didn't we."
"A little bit yes. Although I think I suspected it when I first saw her climbing through your window."
She smiled again at the memory. "Every time you walk in to my room I give you a shock don't I?"
"Yeah, just a little bit."
"Well, maybe one day you'll be able to come in to my room and fell completely comfortable with getting a shock." She moved a little closer.
"Maybe. Now I think we ought to get out of here don't you Sam?"
"Oh I don't know. It seems quite cosy." She trailed her finger down my arm, and then twisted her fingers in to mine. I took a deep breath, and then pulled my hand from her grip.
"I don't think so Sam. I have to go find your brother."
The last thing I saw before I left the room was Sam's face, a small sulky pout dressing her lip.