"I…you think I left you alone?"
Now the guilt really set in. She choked on her own breath, backing away, eyes flickering to the ground. That stupid voice in the back of her head began taunting her. Andromeda was right, huh? You do mess everything up. Being with a human only causes chaos… Sabrina leaned against the wall, sliding down slowly, covering her mouth.
The night air was warm from summer, and the crickets were chirping amongst the rustling of trees. Curling up, she rocked herself. You’re a fuck up. Breathing in shakily, she tried not to cry. Maybe it was best if she left him alone anyways.
A child. That could be their baby in a few years, if she kept this up. The last thing she wanted was their own child to die in such an awful, cruel way. “I’m sorry,” She blubbered to nobody in particular. Maybe to all the people that died. Maybe the little girl. Whatever it was, they needed to hear it.
Train stood behind the wall, listening to her for a few moments, stewing in anger, at her, at himself, at the world in general. He muttered a curse at himself before pushing himself off the wall, stalking through the dark house to their bedroom. He packed a bag quickly, clothes, weapons, a few bundles of cash in a duffel bag, and grabbed the keys to the truck from the nightstand.
Walking back out the door, he dropped the bag of her clothes, her weapons, and the money at her feet, tossing the keys on top of it. “Here’s how this is going to go,” he stated, voice quiet. “You’ve got half a million in cash, your favorite clothes, and a good amount of your tools in that bag,” he told her. “The truck has a full tank of gas, and it’s running fine,” he added, crossing his arms and staring down at her.
"You can go and do what they tell you to, or whatever, but if you’re going to vanish like that, do it for good," he told her sternly. "Or you can stay here, with me, and you can help me save people, and actually make a noticeable difference in people’s lives, and do what you want to make the difference you want to," he added, opening his hand and offering it to her, opposite the bag. "But either way, I want you to decide now, Sabrina…"