Firefly Ravine how lonely to be something nothing wants to kill
March 11, 2018, 05:06 PM
ingram's smile slowly faded much like furi's, his expression knotted by consternation -- what had he said?

then she repeated his girlfriend's name -- ingram's tail sagged and his ears splayed to the side. oh shit - was he going to make her cry a second time?

he bit his lower lip and lost the wind under his sails, but not before piping up. "yeah, chusi.. well... it's kinda complicated right now." ingram hated to admit it, but he had played a part in that -- his gaze fell to the ground for a moment before he spoke again. maybe furi had seen her? he felt a little strum of hope in his breast. "you know her? nice pretty fur, soft eyes, best smile on this side of the valley?"
March 11, 2018, 05:17 PM
Ingram droops similarly to her and she shifts, trying to make up for the new tension when they’d been getting along. Surely, there can’t be too many wolves named Chusi and she had disappeared on an adventure when she’d been a young age. Would she even recognize her older sister? Ingram’s description doesn’t exactly clear things up, either, so she decides to lie and shake her head.

i'd give anything to hear you say it one more time
that the universe was made just to be seen by my eyes
March 13, 2018, 02:58 PM
he breathed a sad sigh as furi shook her head; so much for that lead -- dead in the water as soon as he had upturned it.

he rolled his shoulders then, and fastened his gaze on her with an unsinkable smile. "well, guess i'll just keep looking.. and we can still be friends even though you're now technically competition. you gonna be ok, though?" he tilted his muzzle to the side as he awaited her answer, a slow wag of his tail given.

he supposed he ought to go home soon - but not before he made sure that furi's demons weren't about to immediately consume her the second he left.