Swirls of blue, purple and black covered and dripped off of the wooden spoon as you mixed the glaze. You hummed to yourself, taking in the spiralling melody of colours with every twirl of the spoon. A dozen mini chocolate cakes sat on the counter in neat rows, waiting to be draped in their own unique galaxies.
Levi entered the kitchen, but stopped. You’d just begun glazing the cakes, and he couldn’t stop watching. You spread universes and solar systems along the chocolatey surfaces with such care and love, one would think you’d done this forever. He tore his gaze from your working hands to your face.
“Having a party?”
You turned to him, eyes wide in surprise. “Hmm?” You shook your head. “No, these are for us. Well, mostly you, but I doubt you'll eat them all.”
Deciding to test that theory, he picked up a finished cake and took a bite. He quickly finished the small treat. The blend of white chocolate from the glaze and milk chocolate