Falkirk led Star to an instrument that looked similar to a piano. But slightly different. It had three colors for it's keys. He helped her set on the bench. He then sat beside her. He looked down at the keys and gathered himself. Then started playing the music to the lullaby that Star had hummed. He started to softly sing the words to her.
Graydon eyes lit up again. "Really?! Oh, this day just keeps getting better and better!" He said with enthusiasm.
Nektar stepped closer and folded Angela into his arms. "He was looking out for you. He didn't want you to see his decline. That was a brave and noble thing he did. If that is indeed the case. He must have loved you very much. No matter the outcome, always remember that." He whispered quietly to her.
Zypher played with the ends of Anna's hair. He'd wrap it around his finger and give it a playful tug. He had the look of innocence on his face, while he did it, too.
Bertram looked back at Jackie and said, "It would seem I'm at a loss as to what to do with myself, ma'am. I don't really fit in here. I'm not a soldier. I have been forced to kill, but I never enjoyed it. " He looked down at the floor, ashamed.
Star sat where he indicated, listening quietly. When he started singing, her gaze flew to meet his, surprise then appreciation in her eyes. She listened to the song and smiled, not even noticing a tear that escaped. She was just that happy to hear it again.
Kyra grinned then chuckled lightly "I wouldn't be surprised if they have a nest near here, though they are really hard to see. We can grow more flowers that will bring in hummingbirds and butterflies to watch
Angela closed her eyes, savoring his closeness but still sad "But he would be alone, with no one to help him." She said quietly. She hoped she was wrong, but it didn't feel that way.
Anna looked to him and raised an eyebrow at his playful tug on her hair. She leaned closer to him and took his hand in hers, bringing it to her lips as if she was going to kiss it only to give him a light nip instead.
Jason drove to the meeting place and parked, looking around for their father. The parking lot they were in wasn't deserted, but it wasn't very active either, just enough traffic that they wouldn't be out of place.
"Soldiers are good to have, but they are not the only role there is. What are you good at, or like to do?" Jackie asked kindly.