if he walks out on you because he’s not happy, then sweetheart that’s entirely his own problem. it was never about what you did or didn’t do, it wasn’t about the arguments or the struggles you have with letting somebody new in. it was about him not being able to love the best parts of you, he couldn’t find the courage to love someone so rare and genuine. but he also didn’t deserve to. he wasn’t happy because of himself, and that’s not something to ever blame yourself for.
I found it funny and terrible. And yeah, heartbreaking.” she laughed bitterly. “How can I keep on saying yes, even if I wanted to say no. How I keep on believing in so many lies even if all I wanted was to know every little bit of the truth. Maybe because I know it would hurt me so bad. To see things far from what I wanted them to be. To hear the words that would bring me back to every pain I’m always avoiding—to feel. It hurts like hell. And I am so tired of pretending that it was okay.” she looked down and finally said, “And if I continue this, it would just tear me in the end. I just realized that I deserve to say no.” she sighed showing that she’s exhausted, then she softly said, “And this time, I’ll choose to say no.
Be kind and patient with yourself 🌻. No one has yet to figure out the full capacity of our brains and how much we can handle. But I do know that we can handle a lot more than we think we can. It’s all about your outlook ❤.
Our group has a contract out to capture these exotic metallic birds, and our warlock has a familiar who is a beautiful, metal snake-bird. Our plan was to send the familiar up to herd them back to their nest where we set up a trap for them.
Fighter: I sure hope these birds aren’t carnivorous
Paladin: Oh no it’s fine, they only eat metal.
(long pause as we all realize the familiar is made of metal)
Everyone at once: WAIT SHIT BRING THE FAMILIAR BACK
DM(OOC): well I wasn’t thinking of that before but now that you all say that
Fighter:.. well i suppose Kukulkan(the familiar) could be bait as well