|yurionice (yurionice) wrote in goddessland,|
@ 2017-09-27 21:02:00
|Entry tags:||character: katsuki yuuri|
Who: Yuuri and OPEN to anyone
Where: Around the edge of the village
When:September 27th, morning
Warning: None now, but will update depending on who tags in
Status: In Progress
Ever since he'd started training with Viktor back in Hasetsu, Yuuri had been going on morning runs. He'd rarely taken a day off. The few times that he had since then were ones that he could count on one hand and those days the reason he had taken the day off often had Yuuri blushing when he thought about it. Even being here, it was no different. His diet here had different types of protein and more vegetables, which actually helped Yuuri more since he wasn't actively training. He still kept running.
Today was no different. Yuuri was running again, jogging along the outskirts of the village. Himari rode along on his shoulder, keeping him company. The past several days had been difficult for him to say the least. It had been a relief when they'd first arrived to learn that Viktor was still here with him, that he was his Viktor. But then...the accident had happened, and Viktor had forgotten who he was. Everything about their relationship. Even as he jogged, he couldn't keep the tears out of his eyes right now. You miss him, Himari stated softly as she nuzzled away his tears. It's okay to cry, Yuuri. It doesn't make you weak. You love him and he doesn't remember you. It's okay...
"No," returned Yuuri aloud, decisively. "He's still here. He's still Viktor. I still love him, no matter which version of him I have. I can't hide that." It was the reason why he stayed still with his fiance. He'd been insistent upon Viktor wearing his bandage over his wound for at least a week, just in case something were going to happen. He wanted to make sure that nothing else was going to go wrong. He'd also played mother hen whenever he could, trusting Domovoi to watch over him when he went out on these morning runs. Yuuri always left the option out there for Viktor to run with him, just in case if he wanted to come.
This world was a strange one, one that Yuuri didn't know what to expect. Supplies were limited but they had them. And, supposedly, there was a girl out there with the power to make ice. Ice. It would be incredibly selfish of him if he asked for ice skates, but it was still Yuuri's passion, still the other part of his heart. He missed it and he'd be lying if he said that the idea of not being able to skate didn't cause him panic. It was a moment of anxiety that even Himari picked up on. Yuuri, it's okay. You're allowed to miss things and worry about things, she hummed in his ear, It's something that you like doing, isn't it? And that's important to you. It's important to me, too. I just want to see you happy.
The dragon was so calm and reassuring, contrary to Yuuri being a ball of anxiety most of the time. Even as he ran, he thought wearily, But what's going to happen? Here? I don't want to lose you, but I...is there even a way to get home? And what about Viktor? What if he never remembers me? Himari nudged him, shushing his worries and giving him something to focus on besides his own panic.
He stayed close to the village as he ran, not wanting to risk running into the dark place again. It was easy to get lost in thought here for a change, not sure who he would run into, but maybe he would run into one of the other villagers who he had yet to meet out here.