Josh leaned against the counter and stared at the clock on the wall. It was going to be a long day. It felt like he had been in the store for hours, but it was only 12:30. He groaned and started tapping his fingers against the counter. Give me a costumer, the…
Mai chuckled, feeling a bit embarrassed. “I’m fine, Joshua. Please, just forget them. They’re not even worth it. Thanks for your concern though, but I’m okay now.” She grinned at him. Sure, she’d been afraid for her life just moments ago, but it didn’t matter now that she was with him. She was safe with Joshua.