Chip was about to call out for Misty again (who knows what that girl got up to whilst Chip was at work), when she felt the comforting hands of her longtime girlfriend covering her eyes. Chip grinned, glad to simply be around Misty. She was, without a doubt, the best thing that had ever happened to Chip. And the girl don’t care how cheesy or stupid that sounded. It was the truth, and nobody, not even Dale who had grown up with Chip her whole life, got Chip like Misty did.
“I dunno” Chip replied with a smile, Misty’s hands still blocking her eyesight. “Could it be Jim? Or Angel? Or Woody? I swear though, if it’s any of you, you will pay.” Of course, Chip was perfectly aware of who it was, but there was nothing like teasing Misty when the brunette did the same. “Or” Chip continued, still smiling “Is it my amazing girlfriend Silvermist?”
Chip spun around and wrapped her arms around Misty, giving the other girl a kiss on the lips. She had missed the other girl-she always missed Misty when she was at work, but today was Valentine’s Day, and somehow, that made it even worse. Smiling, she pulled away from Misty for a moment “Happy Valentine’s Day babe.”
“Nope, not any of them.” Misty bit her lip, the grin on her face still growing. She rolled her eyes playfully at Chip, knowing the girl was only teasing but she really wanted to show her what she’d made and gotten her. “Maybe…” She smirked.
Misty moved her arms from the back of Chip’s head down to her neck, trying not to smile so much when Chip had kissed her. She kissed her back eagerly, as she had spent the entire day baking goods and missing her gorgeous girlfriend. “And to you, too.” She took Chip’s hand, “Come on, I have something to show you.” She led the girl into the kitchen, interlacing their fingers as they walked.
“I… made cupcakes.” She announced, with a modest shrug. “I mean, I’m no Marie of Buzz but… I thought you might like them.” She gave the girl a hopefully glance and then pulled the platter of the yummy desserts over to them. “And… I got you a present.” She reached into the back pocket of her jeans, pulling out the little red box and holding it behind her back.