When Sam told her that she was going to get to see Quinn while painting something at Color Me Mine, Zoe couldn’t have been more excited, and Sam was glad to see his daughter so happy. Part of him worried that Zoe would be too sad when Quinn went back to L.A., and she didn’t get to see her new friend anymore. She was getting really attached to Quinn, and it wouldn’t be a happy time when they were living across the country from each other, but he liked to see his daughter copying Quinn and trying to act more grownup. It was way too cute for him to handle most of the time. When they pulled into the parking lot, Sam saw Quinn standing outside of the building. “I hope we didn’t keep you waiting too long,” he said as he walked over to her carrying Zoe.
Quinn was on the phone with her agent when she spotted Sam’s car. She quickly wrapped up the conversation, promising him that she would call him back later. When Sam and Zoe came into view, she smiled and waved at them. “Hey!” she greeted them warmly. Quinn shook her head at Sam, waving off his concern with a flick of her wrist. “Oh, not at all,” she assured him, focusing her attention on Zoe afterwards. “What have you been up to? Some mischief, I hope.” She winked at her, laughing softly afterwards.
Quinn cocked her head toward the door. “Shall we head inside?” she wondered, leading them in that direction before either of them responded. She held the door open for Sam since his arms were full with Zoe, stepping in after them. “Welcome to Color Me Mine!” a cheerful voice greeted them.
Quinn was looking forward to spending the afternoon with Sam and his daughter. Zoe was an artist like her father was, so she’d suggested that they go to Color Me Mine. The last time she’d set foot in that building herself, she’d been in high school. Sam had introduced her to the place actually. He’d taken her there on one of their very first dates. She smiled at the good memories as she pulled into the parking lot. They’d agreed to meet at one o’clock. She was a little early, but she didn’t mind waiting. Quinn got out of her car and waited outside the building for them. While she waited, she got back to some people who’d been trying to contact her. She’d racked up four missed calls from her agent alone.