A Smile Safecrackers Understand [Trinity]

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Cana Havich
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Re: A Smile Safecrackers Understand [Trinity]

Post by Cana Havich » Thu Sep 27, 2018 1:06 am

Cana could feel some form of awkwardness coming from Trinity when he mentioned having a boyfriend. Well, that was fantastic. Cana drooped a little. So far he hadn't had any issues since coming to Hogwarts, but it would be his luck to open up to the one person who wouldn't be okay with it. It wasn't until he felt Trinity's hand on his forearm that he perked up a bit.

Cana felt a pang in his heart at what Trinity said. Firstly, because it was one of the few times anyone outside of his family appreciated his willingness to do anything for them. Sure, they all saw where his loyalties lay, but so many of them thought those loyalties misplaced. But family was family. Family, in his experience, would always be there for you no matter how badly you screwed up, no matter how little you deserved them, not matter what. His family had had his back when he'd done the unthinkable. And he would have any one of their back's if they did the same.

The second reason something felt off to him was the way Trinity's eyes looked. There was something to them that wasn't there before. Jealousy? But not malignant jealousy. And sadness. Cana wondered what Trinity's own family life must be like. He felt a surge of protectiveness towards his new acquaintance. If he had a poor family life, Cana was going to do everything he could to make up for that.

"Thank you," he finally settled upon saying. "You should meet some of them sometime. They're all scattered about but..." he shrugged. "Maybe we could hang out in the summer if you liked. My family's got plenty of room."

And it wasn't likely, he'd accepted, that Gabe would be coming around in the summer either. Not if his parents had their way. And by the time he graduated in spring, who knew if he'd even want anything to do with Cana.

Sighing, Cana went back to the bag and dug around a little more.

"Most of these potions are just stuff my family has worked on. My dad and grandfather mainly. Most of them are symptom control for Muggle illnesses: more efficient ones than what Muggles make themselves. They make a pretty good treatment for most things, so you don't have to go to the infirmary as often. I've got like...painkillers, antidotes, a few other things. You having any problems that need fixing?" he only somewhat joked.

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Trinity Peters-Stenhouse 
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Re: A Smile Safecrackers Understand [Trinity]

Post by Trinity Peters-Stenhouse  » Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:01 pm

Trinity questioned if Cana was inviting him to spend time with his family just because he was a nice guy, or if he honestly thought his family would be alright with it. He didn't dwell too long on it, though, because he knew that by the time summer ca me around Cana would have forgotten all about the offer in the first place.

The blond listened as Cana talked about the kinds of thing his family was working on. It was incredible, he thought. Doing things the same as your father, and his father before him. He had never known things like that existed. As far as he could remember, he had never met his parent's parents.

When Cana asked Trinity if there was anything in need of fixing, he hesatated. Though his knee had be fixed up by a bit of Muggle and a bit of magic, it still was a bit ornery when it got too cold. He wasn't sure if that was the kind of thing Cana's potions could fix. He'd just figured time would take care of it like it usually did with his other injuries.

"Ah hurt mah knee, a bit back," he said after a moment. He neglected to mention that it was hurt by someone landing on top of him. It seemed a bit embarrassing. "That somethan yew could fix up?" It usually wouldn't bother him except it made climbing into his nooks a bit difficult. Any other problems he had, he didn't think magic would be able to help.

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