held a Twitter chat with his 52,000 followers and addressed his health.Asked if he was making progress, the paranormal investigator replied, “still have a ways to go but I am surprising docs w/ how well I’m recovering, apparently.” Another follower inquired about the best thing that’s ever happened to Buell. He handed you a Tylenol and a glass of water, still smiling. “Even when I’m sitting on the counter you’re still taller than me.” You pouted. “Later.” He promised, backing away slowly and, turning, walked out of the room. “I thought you’d fallen down the stairs again.” Ryan said, looking at you as you laughed in his arms. “God it’s cold in here.” You shivered, noticing the cold for the first time. “Mmm…” You murmured, feeling your pillow move beneath you. ’ You immediately opened your eyes and saw you had ended up sprawled out on the couch with Ryan. “That is so corny.” You snorted, nuzzling into his neck. You passed Heather and Sergey, who had migrated to the other couch, and both of whom were still passed out. “Honest to god, Ryan,” You said, squeezing him to you more, “I’d be okay just standing here for the rest of my life.” “I know. You looked up into his eyes and realized how close his face was to yours. You saw there was a light on in the kitchen already, and when you walked in, saw Ryan. The throbbing in your head had subsided, leaving only a minor ache, and you thought, ‘Oh my god, that smile.’ Flushed, you said, “Hey.” And hopped up on the counter. Just thinking ahead.” He replied, leaning against the counter beside you. The sound of you hitting the floor brought Ryan and Sergey running downstairs, and, seeing you both rolling around on the floor, immediately pulled you apart. ” Sergey asked, glaring at Heather as she laughed uncontrollably in his harms. You could still hear Heather gasping from the bathroom, however, which was where Sergey had taken her. You’re just jealous ‘cause you don’t have a warm cuddle buddy.” You replied, sticking your tongue out at him childishly. Sorry, Serge.” Heather giggled as well, turning to rest her head on his shoulder. Ryan chuckled and began to stroke your arm, and about halfway through the movie, you’d all fallen asleep. ” You nodded as best you could against his shoulder. Pushing it off, you got up off the couch and wandered towards the kitchen. Ryan turned the stove off and, letting the bacon cool off, walked over and pulled you into his arms again. You looked up at him and pulled his head down so he was eye level with you, murmuring, “That’s better.” “Ryan? “Af-After you left I tackled her into-into the floor.” You gasped, and Ryan was the only thing keeping you up as you doubled over from laughing. Calm down you two.” Ryan said, dragging you into the kitchen. You walked over to him and wrapped your arms around his waist, resting your head on his back. He pushed off the counter and leaned over you slightly. Ryan lifted his hand and traced your jaw with his finger. Glancing at you once, while behind Heather, he disappeared. At this, you and Heather started laughing anew, and you turned around to dry your eyes on Ryan’s shirt. “No wonder I’m not laughing.” You felt arms around you, and you tucked your arms between you and the body, resting them, and your head, on their chest. You heard a deep rumble from Ryan’s chest, and realized he was laughing, his arms tightening around you. He had a arm wrapped loosely around your shoulders, and the other behind his head. Getting to the kitchen, you saw Ryan standing by the stove. Turing around so you were face-to-face with his chest, he draped his arms around your shoulders. You muttered something that sounded close to ‘Fuck you.’ “That isn’t nice.” He frowned. You stood up on your tiptoes and gently slid your lips across his.Your hand trembled slightly as you knocked on the door of your friend Heather’s town home. You were almost at the bottom when you slipped, the impact of your head hitting the wall and your body hitting the floor creating a thud that resonated up the stairs.
“The times that I talked with him after his diagnosis, he sounded very determined,” Coffey told PEOPLE Aug. You jumped up on the counter and let your feet dangle, not really paying attention. I transferred from NYU, here so I could be away from her and closer to Heather.” You said, smiling at her. You frowned slightly, and Heather, although you didn’t realize it, caught it. “Oh, yeah.” You shrugged, trying your hardest not to blush. “So why’d you come to State College in the middle of the summer? “Um…Cause I couldn’t take my over controlling mother anymore. ” Ryan asked, walking back to lean next to you on the counter.
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You both cracked up, and you leaned over to rest your head on his shoulder, clutching your side form laughing. You and Sergey stopped laughing and looked at him, lifting your eyebrows. You looked at Sergey again and said seriously, “It really is neat the I get to meet you guys, but I’m not the type of person who would ruin their future for a chance to meet some people who’ve been on T. Besides, I’m getting bored of you already.” You joked. You seem to be smarter than most of the girls I’ve met.