Post by Treasa "Kage" Munro on Jun 9, 2015 21:18:49 GMT
Kage felt her heart swell. It WAS them! She couldn't contain her excitement and her joy. The tears flowed free now and she let out a happy sob. For years she had been angry that they'd left...that they hadn't been there when she needed them most. That they hadn't even tried to get in touch with Beth to find out what was going on....but after years of contempt, Kage realized they'd probably felt the same way toward her. They probably hated her for not trying to find them...for not being there.
Without thinking, she pulled the two girls into a tight hug as she sobbed out, "I'm so sorry! After Mum died, Da changed. We lost electricity...and the phone...and when summer rolled around and we were able to tell ye....ye'd moved. Ye must hate me fer not being there for ye..."
She let go, lifting her hands to wipe her eyes. "I'm so sorry..."
Post by Duncan Collum Munro on Jun 10, 2015 3:16:32 GMT
Duncan couldn't have been happier for his sister. Treasa was overjoyed to the point that she was freely crying. He knew just how much she had missed the twins and for a time was angry with them. He leaned back a little bit, a hand in his right pocket. Prim seemed nearly just as happy to see them, though more Treasa or so he guessed. Hyacinth though...was that glance one of distain towards him? He couldn't pin-point it but damn!
"Look at ye, little girls changed inter such pretty youn' ladies." He complimented and grinned. "How have ye been, eh?"
Post by Prim Llewellyn-Mochizuki on Aug 7, 2015 3:49:32 GMT
Prim smiled, the most imperceptible bit of tightness wound around its painted corners.
"Oh, Treasa, why didn't you tell any of us? Our parents would have helped you, you know that..." It was uncomfortable seeing her cry. Prim was not crying. She didn't cry anymore, though. She was a far cry from the Rose Kage knew, after all. Did she know that? Probably not.
Silently, quickly, she reached into her Samantha Thavasa bag, producing a small pink hand towel for Kage. She handed it to her. "Please don't cry," she said softly, "you look much prettier when you're smiling."