[text] Elsa darling, I will be.
[text] Why are you worried?
//I AM GLAD FOR THIS TOO!!! <3 Thank you!
- "There’s nowhere we can hide."
- "Don’t get too close."
- "Maybe I should kill myself."
- "I’m not listening."
- "No one can hurt you now."
- "Who do you think you are?"
- "You’re gonna catch a cold."
- "I wish that you would just leave."
- "I love the way you laugh."
- "A little evil goes a long, long way."
- "Drink the wine."
- "Maybe we could stick around for one more drink."
- "Here’s to us."
- "The last few days have kicked my ass."
- "Nothing lasts forever."
- "I don’t know what went wrong."
- "I don’t need you here."
- "Did I fall asleep?"
- "I will not die."
- "I’ll wait here for you."
- "I feel numb."
- "Deal with it."
- "I don’t care."
- "I hate the way I love you."
- "I have no regrets."
- "I love you too much to hide you."
- "I didn’t kill anybody."
- "There is no God."
- "All monsters are human."
- "You look beautiful, but you don’t look fine."
- "You’re a liar and a cheat."
- "Why do you think I’m here?"
- "Crap, are you pregnant?"
- "This is just perfect."
- "You’ve done enough already."
- "Do you know about the box?"
- [text] Are you safe?
- [text] Are you home?
- [text] Are you hurt?
- [text] What’s happened?
- [text] Please text back
- [text] Where are you?
- [text] Why are you in the hospital?
- [text] Why didn’t you tell me sooner?
- [text] Come back
- [text] Stay with me
- [text] I can’t feel my legs
- [text] Are you sure?
- [text] I feel sick
- [text] Please come over
- [text] I need you
- [text] I need you to listen
- [text] I need to look after you
- [text] It’s urgent
- [text] Help me, please
- [text] You’re not listening! This is important!
- [text] Please be careful
- [text] Stop showing off, you’re not impressing anyone
- [text] You worry me so much sometimes.
- [text] I’ll wait for you to get back
- [text] Please wait for me
- [text] I don’t want to live without you
- [text] I don’t know what to do
- [text] Don’t touch anything
- [text] I’ll be there right away
- [text] What do you mean?
- [text] Accident? How is that an accident?
nemansinsanity-onecatsreality said:a lot of ppl have been deleting. i lost 4 this morning. you’re still awesome!
Ohh. Yeah, I’ve seen a few threads on my dash about multiple follower loss today. Did I miss the mass exodus of the fandom message or something?
His eyes were on Lei’s and he nodded. “Regina, just take me.” He spoke it lowly and watched as she growled at her words, hand gripping his face tightly for a moment as he stared into Regina’s eyes. That was until Lei started to speak, and his eyes went to hers. He let out a growl as Regina hit her with magic, him fighting his chains even more to get to her.
“Let her Be Regina! She’s right. I will never love you, you made sure of that with the way you treated me, becoming the monster your mother is.” Regina turned to glare at him, her hand hitting his cheek and he let out a dark laugh. “And you think that scares me Regina? Nothing you do to me will frighten me in this life.”
His eyes were on Lei’s for a moment, aching to touch her as everything happened. All he wanted was to keep her safe, to keep Regina and Cora away from her. He didn’t want her hurt by either of them. He moved as close to Lei as he could, needing to touch
For a moment, he didn’t put the pieces together of what Cora meant until Lei spoke up. His eyes widened for a brief moment as it all clicked together. He knew what Lei had said about how March was and he felt the fear hit him for a brief moment. But it wasn’t even fear for him; it was the fear in Lei’s voice as she realized what was going on. “Let her go then, you have me, Let Lei go and I’ll do whatever you need.” He all but pleaded, he’d rather be turned into a soulless monster then let Lei be hurt at all. His eyes turned towards Lei’s the pain that he felt echoing in her eyes.
He ached to touch her, feel her hands running through his hair as they laid in bed together. However long they had in this world, it hadn’t been enough, it would never be enough. He needed to say I love you more and now he could lose her. It was too much and he could feel his heart shattering, he couldn’t lose Lei, not like this.
His eyes turned to Cora’s as she spoke, brow rising for a brief moment until he heard Regina. “No! No! Regina, take me. I’ll go back with you on my own and you can make me whatever you wish. Just don’t take her.” There was desperation in his voice, pain in every word and he almost cried with the idea of Lei being stuck under the curse.
His head fell at the words, Lei would forget him. If she was under the curse, Regina would make sure of it and he’d be stuck here without her, at the mercy of Cora. All he could think was that he’d brought this down on Lei’s head because he’d stayed with her, fallen in love with her and it killed Regina to know that.
He shuddered at the idea of Regina having Lei in Storybrooke, under the curse, and he turned towards Lei even as she swore she would remember him. As much as he wished it was true, he knew what the curse was like.
His eyes met Lei’s and he nodded slowly. “It makes you forget everything and everyone Lei. You’ll forget me.” He swallowed hard as that idea hit him before his eyes turned to Regina.
“Why? You can have me back and get everything you wanted. The Huntsman once more under your control, forced to bed you even though I find you disgusting. Why take her.”
Regina stepped close to him, her hand on his cheek again, holding his face still and let out a dark laugh. “Because I can see taking her and leaving you to my mother will destroy whatever soul you have left my pet. You disobeyed for the last time. Cora won’t take so kindly to it and will make you kill everyone and anything she wants.” He tried to rip his face away from her then and she just gripped him tighter. “Now now, Huntsman, struggling just turns me on, you know what.” Regina’s dark eyes turned to her mother and she spoke. “Have at him mother dearest.”
His eyes turned to Lei’s, pain written on every inch and he could care less if Regina or Cora heard him. “I love you Lei, always will. Remember me.” It was a whispered plea, but if it was the last he had, so be it.
“I don’t care what it will do. I will NEVER forget you.” Her voice was cracking, and she didn’t care. The other figures in the room were in the shadows, even the one Leiella was talking to. “You were a part of my life from the start, and nothing will rip that away from me. Nothing.”
Even though she sounded angry, it wasn’t at the person she was talking to. A searing pain radiated in her chest, and she didn’t know what was going on. The room faded to black, but things refocused again – somewhat.
“I love you, Lei. Always will. Remember me.” The figures voice called out to her.
She couldn’t make out the figure, but she knew how she felt. “I love you, too. I will find you again. I won’t let her take you. I won’t.” Her words broke to pieces as she cried out. Lei felt like she was being ripped apart by the figure that appeared in front of her. The pain in her chest made her cry out and tumble to the ground. The figure she had been talking to screamed. All the emotion that Lei had felt washed away, and she stared blankly up at the shadow standing above her.
Lei turned her eyes to the one who screamed. She reached out, but in that moment, something pulled her away.
“Owww,” she groaned as her eyes opened, hand going to where her chest hurt.
“Miss Sauveterre, you are awake!” The nurse said rather cheerfully.
“What happened? Where am I?” Lei rubbed her eyes, looking around the room. She tried to piece together what happened, but things were foggy.
“You were in a car wreck. Some glass embedded in your chest, so we had to do surgery. You were rather luck, the glass almost punctured your heart, but Dr. Whale patched you up.”
Lei shook her head, “Yeah. I sort of remember.” She gave a small life, “Would be my luck, to die of a broken heart.” Her hand went to grab one of her necklaces, only to panic when they weren’t there. “Where are my necklaces?”
“On the bedside table, dear. I’ll be back later with your medicine. You should be able to go home today.” The nurse answered.
“Home?” Lei questioned, confused for a moment, before remembering her house in the woods.
She eased herself upright, sitting on the edge of the bed. Lei grabbed her necklaces, putting each of them on – the tea party charms, the key, and a wooden heart. She paused, holding the heart in her hands. Her fingers ran over all the tiny detail worked into the heart. Lei brought it to her lips, kissing it, before slipping it around her neck.
Lei attempted to stand, and thankfully she didn’t land flat on her face. Tossing on a robe that was laid across the foot of her bed, she decided to at least peak outside of her room. Not that she really wanted to talk to people, or that people would want to talk to her; she just wanted to look at something besides four white walls of the hospital room.
The halls were not too crowded, so she hesitantly walked out of her room. She made it a few steps, before she heard someone calling her name, “Miss Sauveterre, you are awake! How are you feeling?”
Lei turned around to see the mayor standing there, but she couldn’t help feeling uneasy. Everyone made Lei nervous, but Regina had an extra level of nerves attached to her. “Y-yes?” Lei managed to reply.
“Just came to check on you. I also wanted to let you know that you’ll need to stop by the Sheriff’s station to answer some questions about the accident. Nothing terrible, just standard paperwork things.” Regina smiled, “Those necklaces are lovely.” She reached out and grabbed the wooden heart, “This one looks handmade.”
Leiella felt frustration at the fact Regina was touching anything that was attached to her, but especially the fact it was that necklace. Her nerves, though, were not mixing with the frustration, and her hands were shaking. “Please don’t touch that,” Lei said rather harshly, a tone she wasn’t used to hearing out of her mouth.
“I’m sorry, my dear. You don’t look so well, perhaps you should go back to bed.” Regina suggested.
“I’m supposed to head home today,” Lei whispered, her eyes not able to meet Regina’s.
“Well that is perfect. You can stop by to see the sheriff on the way home.”
“I will, I guess.” Lei sighed, making her way back to her room. The idea of having to talk to the sheriff about a wreck she could only barely remember had her in a panic. “Lei, you didn’t do anything wrong. You can do this. Simple questions. You can do this,” she whispered to herself as she sat back down on the hospital bed.