Awkward Learning Experiences
“Still sucks, though. You’re worth more than that,” Nina muttered.
She picked up on his discomfort immediately, and read the deliberate way he gave his answers as unease on the subject. Perhaps others had made an attempt at finding the answer in less than humane wa—. Nina cut the thought of quickly; it pissed her off more than she thought it would. “Will you stay with the X-Men?” she asked quickly after, as a distraction. She continued in an attempt to qualify the question, “I mean, despite marrying my father and all. Where will w—you stay?”
“Thanks,” Kurt replied quietly, touched.
“Where will I live?” he clarified. “I do not know, to be honest. Wherever I am needed, I suppose.” He shrugged, slopping shoulders rising slightly towards pointed ears.
After the school-. He’d once again been displaced from his home, but a life on the move was what he was used to, what he was meant for if his powers were any indication. While he’d loved having a real home in the traditional sense at the school, he’d also been restless. Maybe it was just the circus that had filled him with Wanderlust, but it was so much a part of his nature that it hardly mattered anymore where it had come from. If he was honest with himself, he didn’t have much of a desire to stay anywhere.