If Kenzie remembered anything of that night when she was sober again, she would have to remember that Valoth had liked the water, that he had been intrigued by their human games. Maybe K'rin would play with them. Goodness knew the healer wasn't above such childish silliness, and never had been. Fen was a walking testament to that.
For the moment, though, the blue dragon was forgotten. She was too busy concentrating on grumbling and making whiny little sounds while K'rin bullied her out of her wet clothes and into one of his tunics, like a parent would bully a stubborn child. Finally only her hair remained a little damp, not even properly wet, and she was sitting before him sullenly with her hands in her lap, slouching in his tunic.
"Because you are a dimglow and terrible and you do not know what is best for you," she answered, managing to slur her words only a little bit. She had been thinking on them long enough, at least. "I am never good company. I boss everyone and I tell you that I'm going to start a business seeing other blue riders and I make you put up with my horrible older brother and I keep seeing you and I don't make you worry and leave you all alone and make you think I don't like you anymore and break dates and stop talking to you." The blonde frowned at him, her brows drawn down. "I want to be with you. I cannot do that if you go away. Do not be a stupid man."