Geoff thought he should call Dayton to see what he was up to. Perhaps he wanted to go to the movies, too. They'd had lunch at the farmhouse.
"You know he won't want to go," Nancy said instantly.
Geoff looked at her, wondering how he could change this. He felt he was in charge of two unruly kids who'd barely speak to each other as it was.
"What do you mean?" Geoff winced.
"The Soloist, does he look like the type who could see something like that. Maybe you two could see that art house film Little Ashes of Robert Pattinson's where he plays the Spanish gay guy." Nancy shrugged. She was ready to go to the matinee.
"I have my doubts he'd go for that." Geoff sighed.
"We could go, you know." She was up for it. All smiles now. Happier than usual, he thought.
"Come on, we'll be late." Nancy pulled him along.
"But I should call." He looked at her.
"What, he has you on a short leash, is that what you're trying to tell me?" She walked on to his pick up truck then. He direct dialed Dayton.
"What's up?" Dayton sounded friendly enough.
"What's up with you?" Geoff smiled.
"Just chill'n in the clouds."
"What?" Geoff smirked. "Look, Nancy and I were going to see The Soloist, you want to come?"
"I'm kind of busy. Old Ollie here has me painting clouds." Dayton told him.
"Painting clouds?" Geoff just smiled.
"Yeah, you should stop by and see it." Dayton then said.
"I would, but you know, the movie." He sighed. Nancy seemed to have her heart set on it.
"Right? Well, come by afterwards then. We got stuff to do. Cribs to put up and everything." Dayton informed him.
"Really?" Geoff smiled. Perhaps Dayton was getting the 101 in babies from Oliver. "Can't wait to see what you two are up too."