The Most Romantic Date I’ve Been On- My Date’s Perspective (Part 2 of 2)

And we are back! I finally wrote part two of my side of this night, so here’s Chance’s side. Enjoy! 🙂 (If you have not read Part 1 of our first date click here for my perspective on it or click here for Chance’s perspective on the first half of our first date. I highly recommend starting with part one to get a gist of the story. Whoever’s perspective suits your fancy. :D) Alright, here’s Chance:

 

Waiting Out the Rain in a Parking Garage

We got to cover and there was woman waiting out the rain with us. We continued talking. Nothing specific from what I remember. Just that we both liked anime, movies, that sort of thing but we never got too specific other than the movie genres we like. We noticed some stairs and Laura decided that it would be a nice little adventure to see where they went. I thought “sure why not, seems like a romantic enough idea”. The stairs were part of a parking lot. It was big and had multiple floors. As we began exploring, Laura told me about one of her previous adventures in what seemed to be a haunted building.

Not really knowing where we were going we just kept walking and talking until we heard people having what seemed like a good time; they were screaming and yelling. There was a flight of stairs that lead to the floor above us; it was orange with green metal handles. We got to the top of the stairs. There was a gate there, closed. They closed at 7:00pm according to a sign that was hanging on the gate. The gate led directly to a restaurant pub thing. 

 

The Kiss

We had no choice but to go back and return from where we came. We started walking down the stairs. Right when we got half-way down, I stopped and asked her to stop for a moment too. Remember, this was our first date ever. We had officially met a few hours ago, but I felt like the chemistry was good and we were both having a good time. I had never done something like this. Not on a first date, but I decided that I wanted to take a chance and ask her a question. I was ready for her to say no or to simply change the subject again. I wasn’t really thinking about the result; I just went for it. There we were, standing face to face, both wet from the rain and sweaty from walking through that parking lot, in the middle of a flight of stairs. From what I could see, she was comfortable and relaxed. So, I asked her:

 

“Can I kiss you?”

 

“I thought you’d never ask.”

 

 

And like that, we had our first kiss. It went on for while. We had time and she really seemed like she enjoyed kissing me. I know I enjoyed kissing her. After a while, we got up and started walking again.

 

Final Moments

It was getting late and I had to take her home soon, but before that we got in my car and rode for a few minutes, then parked near the ocean. We got out and just talked about our sense of humor, the view, and old memories we had. We hugged and kissed and admired the beautiful view. After a while a security guard started looking at us kind of funny so we decided to leave. We went to Mcdonalds and then I took her to her apartment. Before I left we ate. It was like a little park square thing. I don’t really know what to call it, but it’s really small and has some benches, some trees, light post and what not. It’s a really comfy, relaxing little spot. When we finished eating we said goodbye and I went home.

 

It was honestly the best first date I’ve ever had. It felt like I was in a movie.

 

I hope you enjoyed Chance’s perspective of the last half of our first date. If you are interested in reading my side of things, click here. Other than that, come back on Mondays for my weekly blog where I write about my day to day life which (spoiler) includes Chance every now and again. 😀

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