When Thor came back to Earth, he knew that he and Jane would be in what he called a courtship. He also knew that Midgardians did not have the elaborate courtships that Asgardians did, so he had to figure out what would be an appropriate date, as he learned from Darcy, to take Jane out on. So he walked around London while allowing Jane to do things in the lab, and he found a hilly area outside of the city (after flying around, because he hates Midgardian transportation) that would provide a good spot for stargazing and a picnic.
This is how Jane found him in his black jeans and a red plaid shirt with a tight gray t-shirt underneath, standing in the kitchen and packing food.
"What’re you doing?"
"Making us a picnic!" Thor exclaimed.
"Where are we going?" Jane asked, wrapping her arms around his waist and pressing her cheek against his back.
"It’s a surprise. We will have to fly there, though. It’s a distance, but one that I can cover in a minute or two."
Jane smiled. “That’s fine.”
Thor reached around behind him with one arm to maneuver Jane in front of him. He kissed the top of her head, holding her to his chest as he used his right hand to finish making the food.
"Do you have any good blankets for us to sit on? I understand that is best for picnics."
"Yeah, I can grab one." She leaned up and placed a kiss on his jaw. "You’re a sweetheart for doing this."
Thor smiled. He stole a quick kiss on the lips before Jane went to the closet to get a blanket. He quickly finished, packed up the basket, and summoned Mjolnir to his side. With a tight grasp on Jane and the picnic basket over his arm, he started twirling Mjolnir, and they landed a minute or two later in Malvern Hills. Jane spread the blanket out, and they ate as the sun set.
"Did you take me here to stargaze?" she asked softly.
"Yes. I know that the light pollution bothers you, so I thought if I could find a spot, you could tell me some of the stories behind your constellations. Perhaps you could tell me how you became interested in the stars."
Jane kissed him, warmed to the core that he would go out of his way to make a date like this for her. Not for the first time, she thanked whatever higher powers had caused her to run into Thor with her van. Twice.
"Thank you, Thor."
"Of course. I’d do anything for you," he told her simply, as if he was stating the weather.
And maybe it was that cut and dry for him. And maybe she could stop overthinking and analyzing everything for once, because she wanted to truly enjoy whatever time she had with him.
"You better be here for a long time,” Jane murmured, cuddling into his arms.
"For however long you’ll have me, I shall be here. Deal?" he asked, leaving the choice to her.
And she began pointing out the stars.