[she saw it? Cecile has heard tell of people returning home, of people regaining memories and time that they shouldn't-- and she herself is an example of timelines, looking at people who were dead to her who are very much alive now. her voice is quiet when she speaks, not threatening nor pushing-- not even fully reassuring, simply a steadily paced tone that works to break through Nena's hysteria. most things Cecile could say right now are pointless when the girl is so worked up. you can't hear the meaning behind anything when you're panicking.]
They'll be back, Nena. They love you too much to let you be without them forever.