"Enough," she replied with a tight smile, trying her best to stay in high spirits despite everything that had been going on. In hindsight, a breakup wasn’t what she had needed right now either; they were messy and complicated in their own rights, proving to be a bigger distraction than a relationship could be, but it was what she had felt she needed, for the third time now, and though it hurt, she needed to pull herself together. After all, she was at the Olympics, the zenith of her goals, and there was no way she would throw away this opportunity moping around over a boy, no matter how much she loved him. She couldn’t keep herself from feeling what she did, but she could try her best to keep from being upset, putting her focus and energy in her skating and the events that were right around the corner.
"Of course you were," she added teasingly, her smile growing a bit more genuine as she lifted the mug to her lips, blowing gently on the warm liquid before taking the first sip. Having Adam accompany her might not have been the best decision at the moment either, but it seemed that those were the only ones she seemed to be making as of late, so while she was aware of how this looked, of the repercussions these excursions could have, she tried not to worry too much about them. She was fulfilling her requirements and he, along with the other boy mentioned, were keeping her relaxed and for that, she owed him at least a cup of coffee together. "I’m sure you’re already paying for it though, what with the hangover I’m assuming you have and these bright lights not helping."
Adam’s weary smile met Spencer’s with a fondness not-forgotten by the boy. She had played a big part in his life, and he hadn’t intended for that to change any time soon regardless of what had happened a few months ago. This was a big moment for the girl he’d considered one of his best friends, and he was going to be there regardless of if she wanted him to be or not – not to mention the paycheque was a good reason to be out in Sochi too. His feelings regarding the breakup were conflicted, and rightfully so. Adam had told Spencer he loved her, and he’d told her how much she meant to him, but he knew better of it to let any of it come to fruition here, the stress was unwanted for the pair of them.
“I was, he came to my room – put a pillowcase over my head and dragged me down the hall, honest.” The boy spoke with a jovial tone, the familiar playful grin that lingered on his features back at the academy drawing itself back to his lips as he spoke to the Olympian. “It was traumatising, I tell you.” Adam raised his coffee to his lips, taking a mouthful back and shuddered at the thought of the inevitable hangover he was going to suffer. “I’ll let you know when the hangover hits me, so far I’ve got away with it. I don’t think Tyler will be so fortunate, though.” He shrugged lightly and shifted the topic elsewhere. “When is your first practice, then? When do I get to see you on the ice?”
I don’t want Spongebob to end
Do you want the secret ingredient?
This makes me sad, I mean they look so good for a cartoon..
Maybe they’ll give the secret ingredient away in the last episode.