Stefan watched as she only took a little of the blood, handing him the rest. When she asked if it was bad she didn't want human blood, he shook his head. "Remember, I was that way too after Lexi helped me control my hunger, so I only fed from animals for years, but I came to realize human blood really does build up a vampire's strength, animal just isn't enough. No blood, well you know how it ends that way." He said, finishing the bag and tossing it in the trash. "It will take a lot of getting use to, but I'll be here to help you through it all." He said softly, caressing her cheek. "I'm not ever going to leave your side, Charlize." He gave her a soft kiss on her forehead.
"I'll be right back, going outside for a minute." He said softly. He needed to get out, get some fresh air. After slipping into his jacket and stepping outside, Stefan took in a deep breath before leaning against the brick build. It was slowly approaching dusk, the sun fading away and the moon rising. It'd be a full moon tonight, so hopefully it was pretty outside. He smiled, if it was then it would be a perfect night to camp out. He wanted to surprise her, have a late night picnic dinner under the stars, set up a tent and put rose petals in with scented candles. Grinning, Stefan went back inside. "Do you want to drive to town? Get some carpet samples or something, I'll stay here and do some cleaning." He said, which wasn't a entire lie.
Elena nodded, standing up with him. She took his hand in her own, her brown eyes full of joy and happiness as she stared at him. They made their way back to the car and she got in the passenger side. Elena buckled up, but held in laughter. It wasn't like she'd die if they wreaked, it'd just hurt a lot. She leaned her head against the cool glass of the window, watching the scenery pass before her. She then straightened up and took his hand, gently squeezing it.