Keld was probably more relaxed than he’d been since. Well, maybe since they’d started this thing. They’d discussed what would happen after, that they’d remain together, and it’d lifted Keld’s spirits so much that he’d been upbeat since.
He still wanted to find Gunnar but just having an idea, a plan in place for the after - it was a good feeling. Maybe Gunnar could come back to the coast with them. Or maybe he would just stay near. Either way, Keld would know where Gunnar was. And Keld would tell Gunnar where to find him. Everything would work out. It had to, now that he had an actual plan in place.
They’d made it out of the woods and onto the plains, finally, and with it came a certain relief. Keld liked the woods enough but being back under the open sky was a lot nicer. More comforting. The woods always just felt too cramped, too small.
As it were, Keld was flopped over in the tall grass. Belly up and eyes on the sky, he watched idly as the biggest fluffiest clouds drifted overhead, content.
A lazy yawn stretched his muzzle, and he wondered breifly what Tehanu and Belarus were up to. They were around somewhere, he knew. Probably wondering where the heck he’d gone to - and here he was, wasting time watching the clouds.
Feb 10, 2018 01:37 PM
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