"Plans? If I had any, I'd clear my schedule for you. We're old friends, aren't we?" He grinned as he spoke to her, cocking his head as if to better understand her expression. Even now she was humble, questioning whether or not she was an inconvenience. She would never be an inconvenience, no matter where their hearts were in the future. Willoh would always, always hold a special piece of him.
But what she said next made his mind skip for a few moments before it caught up with him. "Sure I am," he said, as it was the appropriate thing for a college student to say, even if his tone was hesitant. There was something about a person clinging to college that made them sound desperate, immature. In fact he felt that way; certainly he'd be excited to start a job in which he could fly every day, but he would miss his friends. He would miss this feeling of home he'd developed here.
Perhaps that was why he was so interested in exploring something with her again. It was comfort when he needed it most-- a selfish motivation, sure, but he couldn't see the harm in it now. "I'm glad you're here now, though."