Still, if I find it, there should be some new art before the end of the day~
Grief-8 It was a good funeral. Poor Mr. Volkanon couldn't stop crying, and everyone showed up to tell Venti good bye again. Sir Arthur really came through.... And everyone else who helped too. I think she would have liked it, but knowing Venti, she might have complained that it wasn't fancy enough.Grief-8 by ~LainaInverse
I'm feeling better now. Not so lost or helpless any more. I have people to lean on now, and even if Venti's gone, Leo and Darling are right. I have to keep believing in her. And even more, I have to keep going. I still... I still miss her a lot, but I understand now.
I'm not alone.
It wasn't an amazingly elaborate funeral, but it was pretty impressive. Illuminata had donated the flowers from her shop, and Porcoline had been more than ready to feed everyone. Of course, with Porco it meant fending him off from the food as well... Margaret was good at that, at least.
Everyone who could made a short speech about Venti, each speaking of how the Elder Dragon had touched all of them in some form or
Grief-7 I would never have expected her to return so completely to herself with the support of others, but I must admit, there are times when her resilience surprises me most of all. It was very much similar to when I first met her in Lady Ventuswill's chamber... She did not cry then, though I have no doubt that she truly wanted to. I could not have her cry, nor could I leave someone who knew so little about herself to such elements...Grief-7 by ~LainaInverse
And truly, everything worked out for the best. Even if it has been painful at times, it is the best.
Arthur had meant to take Reesa on a date of his own, but he had been hit with several customers in a row, plus a large pile of unfinished paperwork. He had apologized profusely about the delay, and had set her up with some Relax Tea and a small tray of food to eat while he rushed through what he could. He glanced up every now and then, to make sure she wasn't upset at the delay, but each time she seemed to have her nose buried in one of his various