At Lillian’s response, a soft chuckle escaped Glenn’s lips. “So it was the same as every other day then?” He took a moment to stretch his arms before following after the girl and meandering out of the school. It was a silent proceeding; their after-school walk had long since become a standard procedure. With a thoughtful hum, the black-haired teen shoved his hands into his pockets. Did he have anything he needed to do?
"No, nothing imperative," he finally replied, glancing at his ginger friend. "I do have one or two things I was planning to do, but I can postpone them for later." He didn’t see the harm in waiting until after he’d finished to go get things. The corners of Glenn’s mouth quirked up in an amused twist, and he teased her gently. "That is, unless you’re dying to go grocery shopping with me. Why?"
Lillian slowed her pace to walk alongside the boy, looking over to him with a smile. She chuckled in reply to his teasing, thinking whether she’d like to bother him or tag along. She supposed there was a couple things she needed from the store, anyways.
"I wouldn’t mind tagging along if you wanted to hang out with each other a bit," she said, her voice fading a little towards the end. Even though they had become good friends over the past few weeks she still often felt she was too direct, perhaps pressing the friendship a little too hard. Still, she continued walking hoping she didn’t put the boy off.