“Yup.” Roman agreed easily to the timetable Raen laid out as he ate his breakfast. Honestly, he was thrilled to take Raen around town. He was thrilled about letting him decorate the apartment. In some way, it helped make it clear that Raen was there to stay at least for the foreseeable future. “I’ll let you know I think something is a terrible decision. I’m likely to enjoy whatever makes you happy.” Roman didn’t realize how corny that sounded until it came out of his mouth, but he only smiled at let it ride. He meant it, after all.
I can’t wait for you to meet my friends. I think they’ll love you. They’re all nosey bastards who have wanted to know my business for the last year anyway.” As soon as Roman finished eating, he stood and took his plate to the sink. He had a dishwasher, but for now he wanted to keep himself busy so he took the time to wash his by hand. Tilting his head over his shoulder, he offered, “Let me know when you’re done. You cooked so I can clean.”