Damon and Elena were in the kitchen, both sitting on the dresser. Elena pulled on a hole in her jeans, making it bigger.
“The fashion trend where people wear worn off jeans has passed a long time ago, Elena” Damon smirked.
“I’m sorry’ Elena mumbled.
“It’s okay…But if you want to make more holes I can help you” Damon winked.
“That’s not what I’m talking about” Elena shook her head. “I’m sorry about the bracelet. Amber broke it. I know how much it means to you and giving it to me was a really nice offer and now it’s broken and I can’t fix it”
Damon shrugged. “Well, you’re lucky it wasn’t real gold” he said acting reproachful.
“But it must’ve cost a fortune! How can I ever pay that back?” Elena said.
“Maybe we can have a séance, so we can ask my mother to send us the bill” Damon joked.
“You really make fun of everything, don’t you?” Elena said a little shocked.
“Would you feel better if I told you I have something that could replace the bracelet?” Damon asked. Elena shook her head. “No more gifts, Damon, you’ve given me enough already” “No, no, no, it’s not a gift” Damon raised his hand. “It’s yours already”
Elena frowned, wondering what it was. Damon stuck his hand in his pocket and conjured a jewelry box. “Damon, you’re not…?” Damon chuckled. “No, I’m not” He opened the box, so Elena could see its content. “My necklace” she said breathless. “Where did you find it?”
“Ric’s loft. I drove him home last night and he told me he had it. He thought I should be the one giving it to you” Damon said. He took the necklace and Elena automatically averted her head, throwing her hair over her shoulder. He put the necklace on and she turned around again. She threw her arms around him to show her gratitude, but in her enthusiasm she pulled them both of the dresser.
“Oww” Damon said, but Elena was choking up in laughter.