“We’re going to the mall?” Phineas asked.
“Yeah, don’t make me repeat again!” Candace replied as she walked out of the brother’s room.
“Also hurry up! I don’t wanna be late for…” She let out a pleased sigh before saying in a soft manner “…Jeremy…” and with that note she left the room.
Phineas turned to his brother, shrugged at him and followed his sister out, Ferb just behind him. As the boys walked downstairs they saw their mother looking around the living room and Candace leaning against the kitchen island. Phineas felt a hand on his shoulder and turned towards it. Ferb gave him a smile and gestured him to follow.
Phineas nodded and Ferb walked over to the front door. He opened the door and pointed at the house next to theirs. Phineas followed his brother and then stared at the house before the thought hit him.
“Great idea Ferb!” Phineas excl
Doubt had filled her mind. She couldn’t understand why he was with her; surely he met more talented and beautiful women on a regular basis. Here she was the plain coffee shop owner who had no hope in measuring up to his expectations. Judgement had been clouded by insecurity as she ran upstairs to their bedroom. (F/n) had pulled open all the draws, throwing their contents on the floor. She had found his post and re-opened and read it.
After looking around