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Lora and Chaz learn to never judge a book by its cover.
..clearly, we are attracted to each other...hell I'm attracted to you...anyway," muttered Leif softly.
"Woah, hold on there buddy. I...I'm attracted to you too, to be honest. Damn it, I'm sorry I didn't call. Doesn't have a lot to do with your color and all that, but everything to do with the fact that you're a man," said Lynne softly with a chuckle.
"What the hell? Are you a lesbian? Why didn't you say so?" he added softly.
Lynne laughed. She laughed so hard she snorted. He'd never noticed how cute her little nose was, before she'd snorted.
Her laughter was contagious and before he knew it he was laughing too, even though he didn't really know what he was laughing at.
"Hell no I'm not a lesbian! I love men! Wait. That didn't come out right. I like guys, but I just...I don't know. I've had a rough time and, I'm not really ready to stick my toe back in the dating waters just yet. I...I don't know, I'm kinda nervous, and this is all kinda sudden, and I just wanna be cautious and I don't want to get hurt again. And...you're so different then me, I mean look at you...not color and stuff but...but...but..."
"Sounds like you have a shitload of excuses to me...about why you don't want to get to know me better without even giving me a chance. I mean, I'm...I don't know what you've been through, and I'm sorry that it sounds rough...but...I'm not proposing marriage, at least not yet. I'm just suggesting that we get to know one another, and how...how will you ever know if you can find someone who doesn't give you a rough time...who actually makes you feel better about life and stuff, if you won't give anyone a chance," he added softly.
"Man you seem so sweet. I mean, just as sincere as anything even though you are a complete stranger. So...so what's the catch? Gotta be something. I mean, really, you can't be that sweet, and that honest," she added softly.
"I'm not a complete stranger now. We had coffee together. Besides, why can't I be sweet and honest? That's the way I was raised. To be real honest. Say what you mean, and mean what you say. Sure you aren't being harder on me because I'm white? Would you believe I was nice if I were a black dude trying to get to know you," said Leif.
"Oh Leif, I don't know...I probably to be honest, would be harder on you, if you were a black dude trying to get to know me...because I just got over being burned by a black dude...it gives me a headache just thinking about it all," she rubbed her temples.
"Well, I think it's time to give a white dude a shot then," he said.
He gently reached for her hand.
She took his hand, and the current that spread through him rocked him to his core.
"I...I think you might be right Leif. But...but let's...let's take it real slow and just get to know each other as fiends," said Lynne softly.
She released his grip on her hand and walked down the left of the stage.
He turned to face her, and meet her.
"How much slower do we have to go, I feel like I'm running the Olympics with a tortoise? " he said.
She laughed, and laughed, and laughed. Again the cute little snort presented himself. It was nerdy as hell, but also cute. She thought he was funny. That was a good thing. It made him feel warm inside. Warmer than he'd ever felt with a woman. Not just hot but warm. Intriguing.
"Not that slow. Listen, do you like pool?" asked Lynne.
"I've never played pool before," he said softly.
"I'll teach you. It'll be fun, I promise...maybe you'll learn well and get to make some money off me. And...I'll buy you a beer. I owe you that much I guess, because I didn't call. It really wasn't to be rude. I just....I'm kinda somewhat shy...and....I don't know, I've kinda had a rough time, I was in a bad relationship...and I just...I guess I didn't really feel ready...but you seem so sweet. Please...don't...don't end up being a jerk, or I might wind up being a lesbian," she quipped.
"I promise to treat you right on behalf of all mankind.