While Gira promised to protect him as well, Sai couldn't help but blush a lot. Maybe spending more time with him would result in a better relationship and while that's what he hoped in part; he also wished to be great friends with Gira. Sai slowly stood up as the sun fell beyond them, and would move above Gira. As he hovered above Gira, who was lying on the ground, Sai would release a cheeky smile then speaking again. "Well once you are strong enough or fond enough, we can spar haha; I'd love that." He would then offer his hand to pick up Gira, and offer to take her home. "I don't have anywhere to go or to do, so I'd love to take you home."
If Gira were to accept Sai's offer he would take her home and then leave for the night, prepared to simply sleep wherever he could.
Gira sat up when Sai offered to take her home. She could fly, albeit sporadically. She nearly crashed several times on the way there and her initial landing was less than graceful. To avoid embarrassing herself, Gira took him up on the offer. As they headed towards Gira's place, she thought about all that had transpired over the past couple of days. She was hopeful about things now. Spending a bit of time with someone other than herself certainly helped that. She was happy to have made a new friend and even happier that it was someone near to her own power. The hybrid smiled. Things in her life were going to get even more interesting. She couldn't wait to see where things were headed. She wished she could at least offer him a place to stay for the night, but Gira knew her mom wouldn't be happy if she brought a boy home and she certainly wouldn't let him stay the night. Even if they were just friends. Once they got to her place, Gira would thank Sai for the ride before the two parted ways.