"Well, the things you sacrifice for what you love," he said easily, because he had a feeling he knew where Rachel’s heart lied, and that was with her performing career. Finn should have known losing her sometimes came with the territory. Tina for sure knew that his rehearsals cut into their Skype time.
"I don’t do any sports, no. I mean, they were fun while they lasted, but they were just time fillers. Why do that when I can dance? That’s what I really want to spend my time doing." He said surely with a smile and could almost see Finn wonder where his football friend had gone. He shrugged a bit. "That’s not to say I don’t toss a football around every now and then," he assured him.
"Finn plays football with some of the guys at his shop. Down at the park, on Saturdays. I guess he’ll be playing more often now, since I’ll be so busy with rehearsal." Rachel put in. She glanced back at him, noting the frown that crossed his face again.
"Right, yeah. Or basketball. You can join us if you’d like, Mike." He shrugged, before turning his attention to his fiancee. "Babe, we should really get going. It’ll be late soon, and I have work in the morning…" He trailed off.
"Oh. Sure. I mean, I guess I should get plenty of rest before rehearsal tomorrow." She turned back to Mike, as Finn signaled the waiter for the bill. "I’ll see you there, right?" She asked Mike.