He knew there was a strong possibility of her being upset with him. His absence was sudden, unexpected by even him though it was necessary. How ever he didn’t anticipate the strength behind her winds, the quick blackening of clouds. He had only seen her in full force a hand full of times. He found it to beautiful then. Now he was afraid of all her ferocity. Cautiously he began, “Ororo, I know ya mad at me, but dere’s somethin’s I needa ‘xplain. Please listen ta me.”
Ororo gave the same shrug before leaving the room to call Warren. “I know I’ve been secretive all morning, and for that I’m sorry. I’d like to come over later and explain.” On the other end Warren sounded more than pleased with that idea. “And I’ll be bringing company besides Autumn along. I warn you it might be a shock, but I’ll wait till this afternoon.”
"Alright, well that’s settled," she sighed upon reentering to the kitchen. "Sweetheart do you maybe want to watch a movie with your father to pass the time," Ororo offered, unsure of what else to do at the moment. At least a film would provide her and Remy with the opportunity to think.
The tyke squealed with excitement. “Yeah! Come on pere, we can watch Princess and the Frog. You even sound like some of the people on there.” Remy smirked as he followed her. “Is dat so? Dey from Louisiana too?” he asked with a smile. “They are from New Orleans,” she confirmed as her little hands began to place the blu-ray in and pressed play. She pulled at Remy’s hand, leading him towards the sofa. He sat down with Autumn plopping herself into his lap, leaning against him. Remy’s heart swelled. He had missed out on this years and didn’t know until just then how much he missed it, missed the family he should have had.