She waited by your side as you paid for the tickets, her hand still in yours. Tabby walked with you into the fair, letting you lead her into an area that was surrounded by concession stands and game booths and rides and roller coasters. She looked off into the area where all the rides were, her eyes spotting one rollercoaster with a loop and corkscrew. She grinned and pointed to it. "That one?" she said, looking up at you.
Tabby rolled her eyes but smirked deviously. "I'd never underestimate us country girls," she teased, focusing her eyes out the window as they pulled up in front of the fair. She smiled when you came around to open the car door for her and got out not-so-gracefully. She bit her lip, hoping you didn't notice her almost-stumble and stood up next to you, having to look up if she wanted to look into your eyes. She liked that. She looked forward at the fair that was in full swing and all lit up in the night. "Shall we?" she asked, taking an excited step forward.
Tabby smirked and rolled her eyes. "Big city boy, huh?" she teased, looking over at you as you started to drive and she relaxed into her seat. "I guess stuff like grass and trees must be pretty hard to come by." She giggled softly and a ran hand through her long dark hair. "You sure you can handle a country girl like me?" She winked at you before grinning and turning her head to look out the window as they drew nearer and nearer to the fair.
"All ready." Tabby smiled and nodded, letting you lead her to the car. She got in and waited for you to get in beside her. She turned her head to look at you and a smirk tugged at her lips. "Did you have a had time finding the place?" She asked, refferring to the large farm.house in front of them.
Tabitha jumped up from her bed, grabbing her phone and her keys and stuffing them into the pockets of her jeans. She had changed into nicer skinny jeans and a three quarter length plaid shirt with a white tank top underneath. Her converse were classic black and white. She bounded down the stairs and paused in front of the door, excited and nervous and wearing an ear to ear smile. She flipped her dark hair a few times, making sure it was neat and nice as she tried to calm her nerves. With a deep breath and a dazzling smile, she opened the front door and stepped out onto the porch, looking up at you. "Hey," she said softly.
Tabby reached the ranch and put her horse back in his stall, putting away his tack and saddle before heading into the ranch house and up the stairs into her room. Her dad was away at some horse expo and she had the house to herself for the weekend. She pulled out her phone after it buzzed with a new txt and smiled at it.