Then next morning, Christopher left his house with a smile. He had helped direct the set up for his 'date' with Anna before racing back to his house to call her. Their conversation was… interesting.

"Hello?" Anna asked when she picked up the phone.

"Hey Anna, its Christopher."

"Oh, Hi! What's up?"

"Um…Do you want to hang out today? I, uh, set something up for us if you do."

"I'd love to!" She answered quickly.

"Just let me ask my aunt."

"Sure, go ahead." There were mumbled voices on the other end until he heard a woman laugh and Anna yell, "Auntie!" Then more laughter.

"S-She said I could go." She stuttered.

"Great! I'll pick you up around six ok?"

"Ok, it's a date!" They both went silent as they realized what she said. (1)

"Is it?" Christopher asked.

"Well…" Anna trailed off.
"Do you want it to be?" They both asked in unison.

"I-I wouldn't mind." Anna admitted.

"Me either."

"Ok then, it is a date. I'll see you then."

"B-bye." They hung up simultaneously and Christopher practically flew to the hundred-acre-wood.

Christopher had dressed himself in a pair of black jeans with a white shirt and a jacket, trying to look nice-ish. Skipping the rail, he decided he would walk to Anna's house. When he reached her house, he took a deep breath before knocking. A woman taller than even he, with the same skin color as Anna and her dark brown hair in a long ponytail answered.

"Oh, you must be Christopher." She said.

"I'm Anna's aunt, Johanna. Please, come in." As he walked in, Johanna called, "Anna sweetie, Christopher's here." He heard something hit the floor upstairs before she replied, "I-I'll be down in a minute!" Johanna laughed lightly before turning to Christopher.

"So you go to Anna's school?" She asked.

"Y-Yes. We have all our classes together." She nodded.

"It was very nice of you to befriend her. She's been having some trouble…adjusting."


"Yes. But you've been a huge help to her. Thank you."

"I-It's nothing. I enjoy being with her just as much as she enjoys being with me." He said honestly. They looked up as footsteps were heard on the stairs. Anna was wearing a blue shirt and a black wavy skirt with gray high tops with white at the toes. Christopher's mouth fell open for a moment before he shook his head to clear it.

"H-Hi Christopher." She said quietly when she was standing right in front of him. Her hands were behind her back and she rocked slightly.

"Hey." He greeted.

"You look beautiful." He told her.

"Th-thank you." She stuttered, blushing.

"Alright, alright." Johanna made them look over.

"I have to work tonight. Do you have your key?" She asked Anna.

"Yep." She pulled the string from her pocket, showing the key on the end.

"Good." She gave her niece a kiss on the cheek.

"Have fun, alright?"

"We will." She promised as Christopher led her out the door.

"It was nice meeting you Ms. Johanna." Christopher called.

"Nice meeting you, too." She replied.

"Good night!" The two called before leaving. Anna sighed deeply when they were outside.

"What?" Christopher asked.

"I thought we were never getting out of that house." She said, bringing a laugh from Christopher. He took her hand before leading her to the wood.

"So…where are we going?" She asked.

"A place." He looked at her smugly; teasingly.

"And…what are we doing?"

"Stuff." He said, with that same look. He stopped for a moment.

"It's a surprise, so don't try to get anything out of me."

"Fine." She tried to put on a tough face, but it turned out to be a cute pout, and it made him laugh. She nudged him.

"Shut up." He only laughed harder and she joined in. When they got to his house, he covered her eyes with his hands.

"Alright, we're almost there. Just let me guide you."

"Ok. I trust you." He didn't know why, but those words made him feel light and happy. He wove her through the trees, so focused on his task that he didn't see his friends popping out to watch their date. When he made it to the picnic blanket, he stopped.

"Ok, ready?" He asked.

"1….2….3." He moved his hands from her eyes and she gasped. Some flowers rested on the picnic blanket- white roses to be exact; her favorite- and some fake candles rested on the four corners of the checkered blanket. A small basket sat in the middle.

"Do you like it?" He asked, only to stagger as she latched onto him.

"I love it." She told him as he hugged her back. He led her over and made sure she sat down before he did.

"Now, I remember you told me that you didn't like fancy foods, so I went simple." He took out something wrapped in foil.

"Peanut butter and Jelly?" She asked.

"Peanut butter and Jelly." (2)

"Perfect." Anna said, smiling as she took it. Christopher then proceeded to take out sparkling cider and different types of fruit out of the basket. The hundred-acre-wood group watched closely as they spent time laughing and enjoying each other's company. After the sandwiches and fruits had been eaten, and everything was packed back in the picnic blanket, Anna found herself sitting on her knees with her legs out to her side and Christopher lying so his head was right by her lap as the sun set. She ran his fingers through his hair, smiling softly.

"So, was everything to your liking?" He asked, looking up at her.

"Yes. This was the best day I've ever had." She kissed his cheek.

"Thank you." He could feel his face heating up once she had pulled away. There was silence for a little while before Christopher sat up.

"Anna, I-I need to talk to you about something." She looked at him oddly, her eyes shaking in…

'Fear?' Christopher asked himself.

"What is it?" She asked.

"I know we haven't known each other very long, but I…I like you, Anna, A lot, And I understand if you don't like me back, I just thought you needed to know." He looked away from her, but her hand turned his head back to her.

"Christopher Robin Milne, what reason would I possibly have," She stopped for a moment, watching as he awaited her answer, "to not like you?" She waited as he took in her answer and looked up at her, smiling.

"Y-you like me?"

"A lot." She quoted him, laughing as he brought her into a hug, pulling her to his chest. When they stopped laughing, they just watched each other for a moment. A force pulling them closer and closer until their lips met, fitting together perfectly, as if they were made to be the other's missing piece.

"Aw, how sweet." Kanga cooed quietly.

"Ew." Roo said, covering his eyes.

"He finally found his match." Eeyore said slowly, but a small smile graced his face. By then, the two had pulled apart, blushing. They only had one thing to say after that.

"Wow." They said in unison. Anna laid her head on his shoulder and Christopher held her to him. He looked up, only to see all his hundred-acre-wood friends smiling at him. He smiled back, then looked at Anna.



"Do you want to meet my friends?"

I get annoyed in movies when only one person realizes that the person they were talking to goes
"It's a date." And is all like: "Is it?" So….yeah, IT'S A DATE.

It takes a guy who likes you to make nice food, but it takes a guy who loves you to know what you like and to get it for you. Awwwwww.

Alrighty then. There's this chapter. Next Chapter, as I'm sure you already know, Anna meets Christopher's friends. Review plz.