The son of Apollo released Hazel and shook his head with a light smile, “Forget? Hah. What do you take me for?” One thing he did have, was a decent memory. While there was a foggy point that disturbed him and visions that wrought it with a lot of stress for a boy his age, the memories he had of his mother, his friends and camp were what made his life bright. “That would mean forgetting how we first spoke.” He shrugged, perhaps he put too much value on the past but it was something he often thought about. “Of course. Though, I might have a some of your favorite… treat if you feel like finding something awesome to do now.” He offered, the ideal of parting company didn’t appeal to him now. But, of course what they could do right now was a loss to him— there were too many people near the beach for him to want to wander there like he usually liked.
Hazel raised her arms in mock surrender, laughing. ”I meant nothing by anything.” When Caine talked about their first meeting, she couldn’t but smile again. ”That was a brilliant day, we were just born to cause mayhem together.” She said, placing a hand on her chest dramatically. However, at the mention of food, Hazel’s eyes widened slightly and her face visibly brightened more so then it was already. ”Food, what? Candy Caine, don’t lie to me here.” She said, not being able to stop another laugh coming out. ”Hm, I’m not sure where we can go around now. The woods should be pretty clear, but the question is, do we want to walk all the way over there?” Hazel’s lazy side shone more when she was around Caine. Since he wasn’t exactly thrilled with the idea of going where there were multiple people because of his gift, it got her use to just sitting there and doing nothing.