He nodded once, thankful for the reprieve to jog back to the house to grab said cane because it gave him plenty of time to squash back that blush that had decided to creep up the back of his neck at her comments.
Jogging back, he passed the cane in for her. “Jus’… kick tha’ stuff outta yer way if i’s in yer way.” He closed the door before jogging around to the driver’s side, hauling himself up into the seat. Cranking the truck, reminded him just how loud he’d left his radio the last time he’d driven and he nearly jumped out of his skin in an effort to spin the dial back down.
"Jus’ crank the window down if ya get too hot." He muttered before, pulling the car into reverse and heading into town. The trip was thankfully, quite short before he was pulling up to the pale pink building and jogging around to help her back out and to the ground.
After thanking him, she did just as he suggested, though with her cane. The boy’s a mess just like her other previous charge, but…boys will be boy. She did jump in her seat when the radio suddenly blared to life (along with the truck), and closed her eyes, laughing hard at the whole situation as Will awkwardly fumbled with the volume before driving. This little dinner trip is just turning more and more memorable.
When they finally pulled up to the building, Josie waited patiently for Will to come out around to open the door and help her out. She slowly gets out, making sure to step down with her good foot first, and then looked around at the building. “And you said this was a restaurant?” she asked, hooking her arm around his once more as they walked towards their destination. “It looks like a hotel to me.”