Doesn’t crying release hormones that help you heal emotionally/physically or something? Gosh it’s no wonder vampires *cough* edward *cough* are such emotional wrecks. No crying no sleeping. All the powers, but insane levels of pain and no coping mechanisms haaa yeah that sounds… fun…
When Edward takes Bella to meet his family, and then she says she’s feeling “extremely insignificant,” and rather than try to reason with the silly girl, because she just won’t believe him, Edward starts playing her song and let’s her know she inspired it. Because if she won’t accept words maybe she’ll accept music - it takes more effort to write a song after all. But then he also goes on and tries to let her know that his family likes her and she shouldn’t be feeling insecure.
Guess who just might actually hit the 50K goal on the 22nd like she wanted to do? THIS GIRL :D
I’m not going to finish the story yet (there’s more plot still and I’ll have to take a hiatus due to family issues), but hitting the 50k goal on the 22nd is absolutely satisfactory given the unforeseen things that have happened in this challenge.
It helps a lot that my villain is in the picture again and is confronting Lionheart and Kid–but especially Lionheart–
“Well, I guess I can’t rightly blame
you, Boy,” he said. “The War wasn’t good
to me—current state of affairs aren’t any better. But you seem to have done well for yourself
since the War ended—living like a king in this inn, with fancy clothes and
money to spare…” Beauregard glanced at a
stack of money on the desk, and Lionheart quickly grabbed it and placed it in
his pocket, frowning.
“Half of this is Kid’s; don’t you be
getting any ideas,” Lionheart warned.
“And I didn’t make this money just like that; I got it after years of
being a decent human being. Maybe you
oughta try it sometime.”