Once she's righted herself, Elena nearly falls again when Stefan appears out of thin air (thick fog?) and asks if she's okay. She asks if he was following her, but he says he just saw her fall. She has a hard time buying that he was just hanging out in the cemetery, because yeah, who does that...besides her? When he explains he was "visiting family" Elena relaxes and explains the bird and the fog (with a Hitchcock reference, no less). Realizing she's babbling, she introduces herself and Stefan returns the favor. Elena notes that they have history together, and she thinks she means the school subject, but we're meant to feel it goes so much deeper than that. Mmm I love cheese. Almost as an afterthought, Stefan adds "And English and French." He picks a leaf off her coat which gives Elena an opportunity to notice the unusual and unusually large ring he's wearing, which looks suspiciously like Road-Kill's. He explains it's an unusual and unusually large family ring and acknowledges that it's weird. Elena tries to pretend it's not and they fall silent. Then Stefan's bionic vamp sense of smell kicks in and he asks if she hurt herself in the fall. She pulls up a leg of her jeans to reveal a particularly bloody gash on her shin. When Stefan sees the blood, he turns from her and blanches. His face gets all vein-y (but in a subdued, artful way -- nothing protrudes) and his eyes grow bloodshot. He tells her she should go and take care of "that." After Elena rights her pant leg, she turns to tell him, "It's nothing," but Stefan is gone. COMMERCIAL!
Mossy Manse: Stefan's DIARY-Ahhh. He lost control, today. "Everything came rushing to the surface." Dirty! He can't resist her. Yadda yadda. The camera pans Stefan's desk until it lands on Elena's journal.