Luis couldn't stop thinking about Sheridan. She was the most beautiful woman that he had ever seen. It made him
think of Snow White: "Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?" Then he thought "Sheridan
Crane, definitely," and chuckled. He decided to ask her out. He hoped that she would say yes. He headed to
the mansion, a dozen roses in his hand. He was nervous as he rung the bell. As luck would have it, Sheridan answered
the door. She was as beautiful as he remembered. "Luis, what are you doing here?," she asked. "Well,
first of all, these are for you," he said, as he handed her the roses. "They're beautiful Luis, thank
you," she said. "Beautiful roses for a beautiful lady," he said, and blushed. "That's so sweet
Luis," she said, "Thank you, so to what do I owe the honor?," she asked. "Actually Sheridan,"
he said, "I was hoping you would go out with me." "I would love to Luis," she said. So they
went out on what was to be the first of many dates.