Crossing into the dinning area, he looked over the dishes that were strewn across the floor. More smiles as he recalled using his arm to sweep everything off the table as he placed her upon it and kissed her madly. All at once the feeling returned, that sense of him being a pack of jackals, and Morrigan's body being a fat antelope that had wandered astray from the herd. He realized then that even he had surprised himself a bit. He could think of nothing else, but to think of her. He could do nothing else, but touch her. He could feel nothing else, but love for her. Of course, yes, there was a healthy amount of lust mixed in, but that was what was required. Spending a few days in a suite like this, with the women he loved required more then reciting poetry and the procurement of flowers. They both knew that, they both wanted more, and they both got so much more. As he picked up the dishes and walked over to the replicator he played the night before over and over in his head. As he placed the plates into the replicator, he could only wonder what she was going to think of last night. As the various dishes swirled away into anti-matter, he wondered if she was going to feel the same way. She had too, he decided, else she would have not gone threw with it. Right? Now was not a time for self doubt. She loved him, even if she was not ready to say it out loud, and he loved her, and last night was nothing short of life altering. Why did this always seem to happen? He could be named Emperor of the Universe and still the next day find a way to allow self doubt to creep in and lay heavily upon him. It almost sickened him, but what could he do other then reassure himself, and wait for her to wake up. Upon her waking, that would show if it was all he imagined. Would she feel the same as he? Of course she would. "Computer, 2 Raqtajino Mocha flavored. 2 plates, each with 3 scrambled eggs, hash browns… pancakes…. Toast, buttered." He stated, and waited a moment as everything appeared within the replicator. He took it out and placed it on a tray, then turned to deliver it. Thinking for a moment, he stopped. "Computer, on red rose, in a crystal vase." He added to the order. In a second it was there. Perfect. Just what was needed, he was sure. Breakfast in bed after the most incredible night of her life, this was going to definitely impress her. "Most incredible night of her life?" That was fairly presumptuous, but none the less, it quite possibly was. As he walked into the bedroom, she stirred a bit more. As if on cue, her eyes fluttered open and met his as a grin crept over her face.