Once they arrived at the paint section she started to look at the light colors, something soft, she glanced at Nate seeing him already looking for colors too and honestly she was glad that he was getting involved and that he was starting to help out in the picking, the colors would in a way start with setting the theme and they needed a theme to go with, she didn’t had anything completely planned on her mind, she was more going with what they would find and starting making and visioning the room in her mind with what got her attention.
Picking out colors wasn’t really that hard, but he knew that narrowing them down and ultimately deciding on one was going to be hell. So to keep their options a little broader he selected several lighter shades of yellows, greens, and blues. He even got some pastel orange colors that he liked. He made his way over to Sophie and handed her the swatches he had picked. “What do you think of these colors?”
As Nate was trying to open the door and when he finally did she decided to cut the guy, he would keep running and if she caught him by surprise it would be easier, so while Nate went though the house to catch him she went around the house in order to get him when he tried to escape, once again she was sure that the fighting training that she had with Eliot would pay off, she was pretty sure that she would be able to punch him and get him knocked out, hiding she had a good visual on him and if he run then she could get him.
Things happened in a flash. Tommy was struggling to get over the fence in the back yard, and Nate was sprinting towards him. There was a sharp crack through the air as a bullet ripped through it. Luckily, it had only grazed his left arm but that still meant trouble for more damage. But then there was a stumble of curses and Nate prayed that meant he had dropped the gun. Taking that chance, he ran forth and grabbed the men by his leg, pulling him back over the fence and snapping his leg. There was a howl of pain. Nate bared his teeth and growled at him. “You must be Tommy.”