Maria: It's nice out today, isn't it?
Mike: Yes, and it's definitely fresher here than it was at the apartment!
Maria: Remember the last time we had a picnic?
Mike: Yes, I do. It was one of the first few dates we had together.
Maria: I believe it was also the same day you fell into the pond while trying to feed the ducks. I couldn't help laughing. You looked so embarrassed.
Mike: I was embarrassed! I was afraid you'd think I was ridiculous.
Maria: You were!
Mike: I knew it!
(They both laugh. Then Mike pulls out two sandwiches from the basket.)
Mike: Here. There is another in the basket if you want it.
Maria: This sandwich tastes pretty good, Mike.
Mike: Thanks. I tried my best.
(They share the silence of the moment while they eat and watch a group of kids playing in the distance.)
Maria: I miss being a kid. Those kids over there look like they're having a lot of fun.
Mike: Same here.
(In the distance, a little boy accidentally kicks a ball towards Mike and Maria. The little boy runs over to get it. Mike grabs the ball and gives it to the boy.)
Boy: Thanks! Are you guys a couple?
Mike: You're welcome, and yes, we are.
Boy: That's great! You guys are funny-looking together.
(Mike and Maria laugh.)
Maria: Thank you.
Boy: Bye now!
(The boy runs off and Maria and Mike continue with their picnic.)