"Ugh," Catherine complained as her pager beeped for the umpteenth time that afternoon.
"What?" Warrick murmured softly.
Catherine chuckled at her own thoughts. "I can't remember what life was like before cell phones and pagers."
"Peaceful, uninterrupted," he whispered as he pushed her hair behind her ears.
Catherine shot him a mocking glance. "It was? Really?"
"Yes, really," Warrick answered, softly kissing her neck.
"How long do you think we've got?" she murmured appreciatively.
Warrick laughed mischievously. "I don't know, let's just make the most of now."
"I hate been on call," Catherine groaned as Warrick's pager beeped.