Paul glared at her as he stood up, towering over her. "I am not accusing you of anything. I'm not the one who was all over this guy I just met! I mean, you don't even know him! And I left because I felt out of place. I don't want to be a third wheel in your new relationship." He shook his head as he walked away from her and into the bathroom. He turned to face her once he was inside. "And bringing up what I did to you as a child? That's low. That's really low. Just so you know." He shut the door and walked over to the sink, splashing some cold water on his face while trying to calm down.
Paul splashed a little more water onto his face, still trying to calm down. He looked at himself in the mirror and sighed deeply. What was he doing? He could trust Giselle not to do something like fall for another guy. He sighed deeply again and ran his hands over his face. He shouldn't have snapped at her like that, and now he felt like crap for it. He shut the water off and opened the door quickly. "Giselle?" He looked around then saw the note tapped to the door. He frowned and opened it, reading the note.
Paul shook his head as he read the note. He couldn't believe that she thought she was a burden on him! He loved her; she was his whole life. He only got jealous because he loved her so much. He dropped the note and ran out of the room, slamming the door shut behind him. He ran to the elevator and hit the button. "Come on, come on!" He said to himself. He quickly got in and hit the down button. He got out of the lobby and ran outside. "Giselle!" He yelled as he looked around, hoping she was still here.
Paul ran over to her, glad that she was still here. He took in a few deep breaths then looked into her eyes. "Giselle, you can't leave me. You aren't a burden at all. I love being here with you and running away together. I shouldn't have yelled at you back there. I was just jealous that another guy was holding you, and it made me mad. I'm so, so sorry. Please, don't leave me. I love you.."
Paul was glad that she waved the taxi driver away, but he was hurt that she felt that way. "You don't bother me at all, and you don't hold me back." He gently placed his hand under her chin and lifted it up to look into her eyes. "We're in this together, okay? Through thick and thin; for better or for worse. Okay Giselle?"