Wow, I don't know what to say. I'm so sorry for the incredibly long wait. I've been working forced overtime of 60 hours a week for months on end, so between that, added anxiety, exhaustion and sleepless nights, I haven't been in the mood for writing. But, I'm back to hopefully wrap up some of my unfinished stories. No promises but I'll do my best.
This was silly but it made me smile.
"Pay attention to me," Kensi whined, poking Deeks in the cheek. She was perched on his lap at his desk, as he attempted to work around her and type at his computer. Deeks sighed.
"Baby, we were just making out like two seconds ago," Deeks pointed out with a sigh. He had the little nibble marks on his ear to prove it.
"I don't see your point," Kensi said, sticking out her lower lip in a pout. Deeks grinned, leaning forward to give her a kiss.
"Okay! That's my cue to leave!" Callen, who had just entered, said quickly, turning on his heel and walking quickly out of the gate. Kensi watched him go with a giggle.
"No, you don't have to...," Deeks called after him weakly, sighing. Kensi leaned her forehead against him, pressing a kiss to his collarbone.
"Baby," she murmured, leaning back and giving him puppy eyes.
"Kensi," Deeks said, exasperated. "I have work to do, so do you," he jabbed a finger at the pile of paperwork on her desk, "and we're gonna get in trouble if Hetty finds us like this."
Kensi shifted on his lap, making herself more comfortable. She had no intentions of moving soon. She rested her chin on his shoulder. Deeks gave an exasperated laugh and kissed her ear, then spun his chair to the side and promptly stood up, dumping Kensi onto the floor. She landed on her bum in a heap, eyes wide, indignant scowl on her face.
"What was that for?" she squeaked.
"You're too clingy," Deeks said as he sat back down.
"You like when I'm clingy," Kensi pouted. Deeks looked down at her. With the way she was sitting, pout on her face, he couldn't help but be reminded of young Anna from Disney's Frozen.
"Be clingy at home," Deeks said, raising his eyebrows. Kensi's eyes widened.
"Fine," she agreed, standing up and brushing curls from her face. "But I don't like it." Deeks raised an eyebrow at her.
Eric, who had been observing the whole time, cleared his throat. Kensi and Deeks' gazes shot over to him, Kensi's cheeks bright red.
"If you guys could come up to Ops now, that would be great," Eric said.
"Yeah, but only if you agree that you never heard that conversation," Deeks proposed as he scooted his chair back.
"Agree!" Eric said, very quickly. Kensi laughed as she headed up to Ops.
"I'm gonna go get the guys," Deeks muttered.