- Tue Mar 28, 2017 3:54 pm
"Hm?" She snapped out of it, looking over at Klaus. "Oh, yeah, sorry--I just had this huge wave of like pain...right here." Kat reached over and placed her fingertips against his right temple. It was the only way she could accurately explain and pinpoint the location of the throbbing pain in her head. She hadn't exactly saw spots or anything so she wasn't too alarmed, it just hurt her suddenly and immensely. When she peeked up, she noticed that she let her hand remain there, on his face Her eyes widened as they locked into his for a second before she pulled away with a bashful blush and chuckle.
Upon her retraction, Katarina placed her fingers to her own head as she waited for it to pass. It seemed it was fading rather quickly, which was nice. She'd been drinking after all, so she would opt out if Klaus offered painkillers. "Sorry about that. Er--do carry on if there's any more to the twisted little fairy tale you're on about then, as ever detail is for...'quality purposes' no?" Kat offered a smile his way to reassure him that she would be okay, and made a weak attempt to bring the light mood back to their conversation. She didn't want to lose that, as she was rather enjoying that. A lot.
What she wouldn't say aloud was the fact that she had been distracted by her father's voice yet again...but this time, it was just a memory of him talking to her about the man she would fall in love with in the future, a man who would make her laugh, take care of her despite the circumstances, and be there for her overall.
Nope. She had to brush that thought away. Not necessarily the thought of her father, because all of her memories she had of him were cherished. But she didn't see Klaus that way. He was one of her best mates, her partner even, and they'd only known each other a couple of months, and he'd been away some of that time. Work made it seem like they'd known each other for a lifetime--but Kat didn't want to pull the stupid move of falling for a workmate. It would be distracting, unprofessional and just...awkward.