Felix laughed some and shook his head. Even he had to admit that the word cupcake
didn't sound quite right coming from him. "I don't think I've ever actually called him that... until right now."
Now that he was thinking about it, he never really addressed anyone by any sort of pet name, excluding Sawyer. The first time they met he could remember calling her princess, but that hadn't felt right, so that had also been the last time. "You want me to start calling you cupcake then?"
Felix smiled at her some, knowing that also would not
be a suiting nickname for her either. They might have gotten soft on each other of the past few weeks, but he knew better than to assume Sawyer had changed completely. He knew that the fierceness was still there inside her, even if it might not seem like it. She would always be the strongest (and borderline insane) person he knew, and he admired that about her.
"Even if you did forget, I'm sure I could probably teach you." Never would he ever have imagined actually teaching Sawyer anything. She was a woman capable of pretty much anything, and when she didn't know something, she did a good job of masking any and all weaknesses. It was nice though, to see this other side to her. Felix wanted to explore this more. To know her inside and out. "I used to surf everyday when I was living there. I taught Mason and a few of the others... but I'm not sure I'd know how to handle the waves anymore." He would have liked to think that he still did. Once upon a time, it had been one of his favorite ways to spend literally the entire day. Now all he was really good at was getting into fights and swinging axes. "Yeah, I am too. Maybe this trip won't be so bad." Felix pulled her off the counter, picking her up so they could get closer on the couch. Maybe they were going to Hawaii only because his brother asked him to, but he felt like they could probably stay a while. It wasn't as if he had to be surrounded by his family the entire time they were there. He ans Sawyer could probably find some small spot near the beach to hide away together.