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youngest_son in covenant_rpg

Canon: What now?

Who: Chase
Where: their house
When: After Ashley learns some possibly disturbing news
Notes: Only if you feel up to it - replies will be crazy delayed 'cause i have to work.



Pony camp was ...irritating. She didn't mind kids in small doses, but some kids and some horses just didn't mix. On the plus side...at least Brenna wasn't working with the kids. She had a feeling there would've been at least a couple of fires if she had been.

Still, she'd met a few interesting people in the course of the days she was working with the kids. Apparently, the wolf pack was fairly large - thanks to a rogue were who hadn't known what he was doing - and now included a couple of tigers.

While she was talking to the girl tiger - Miri - Ashley learned that one of the witches had been turned into a wolf. At first, she'd been annoyed. Then, she saw the upside to it. Then she realized who it was, and decided that was just a disaster waiting to happen.

So it was time to make sure Chase didn't start anything - though he had free rein to finish anything the other one started.

"Honey, I'm home," she called tiredly as she stepped into the house, slipping off her shoes and dropping her keys on the table by the door.

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"He hasn't even shifted yet. And when he does, he'll be with the pack, and Corey can totally take him," Ashley assured him. "I bet one of the tigers could, too," she realized with a little grin. She almost wanted to see the pack run - eight wolves, a hellbeast, and two tigers. That was bound to look interesting.
He'd forgotten about Corey's Hellbeast status. "Does he still have his magic though? It didn't affect that?"
"Not as far as I know. I mean, I didn't think to ask. I assume it's fine or ... we'd've heard more about it." She nuzzled at his cheek lightly. "It's... it's not necessarily a bad thing. That he won't age. Maybe then they'll quit calling on you for everything," she said with a little smile.
He nodded, because that would be a good thing. "And we could have something that resembled a normal life?"
"Mm, normal," she agreed with a smile. It would be nice, for them to not always be the first line of defense.
Chase wrapped his arms around her waist and pulled her close, holding her against his body. "I love you, Ash," he told her. He couldn't remind her enough these days.
"I love you too, Chase," she murmured, nestling against him. "It'll be nice," she said. "And maybe, someday, you two will get along." She grinned.
"About the time pigs learn how to fly?" he asked teasingly.
"That sounds about right," she agreed with a grin.
He kissed her smile, matching it with his own. Glad to see you happy again.
Glad to be happy again, she thought. Things had been quiet (at least on their end), and she was glad for that.