Before they even gt me. It sounded like Remy was adopted, though it was just a guess. It made Rogue glad to know there were still people in the world that would take in a child who was different from normal children. It meant not all civilization had turned black and white on the subject of mutants. "Sounds like you had good parents." She saw the smile slip and realized they'd crossed into uncomfortable territory. When Remy said he didn't want to go into the part of his life that involved Xavier, she was not going to press the issue.
"I know this is gonna sound like it's comin' way outta left field, but if you were interested in visitin' the professor's monument, I wouldn't be adverse to the company." The idea kept floating around the edge of her thoughts and rather than not even bother to entertain the idea, Rogue figured just laying it out and letting Remy make the decision would be best. She'd feel safer knowing she wasn't alone, but that was something she wouldn't give voice to. it sounded too damsel-in-distress for her tastes.
"I'm thinkin' I'll stay around for a few more days. Give my landlord a chance to find someone to stay here while I'm gone. Maybe head up to be there on New Year's an' surprise Ro." And everyone else still at the school. That was really what was holding her back. The feeling she got of abandoning people when she'd left and cut ties. Mostly with Bobby. There was no one else left that she felt any sort of connection to, besides Logan. To think he'd stayed there all this time would have been a foolish hope. He was a wanderer by nature. Who knew where he'd be?
"Just a thought," she offered, trying to hide a yawn behind her tea cup. "I figured I'd drive up seein' as I'm not a real big fan of flyin'." It would be a long drive, eighteen hours if she'd done her research right. Flying just wasn't an option for her. Flying the Blackbird that one time had scarred her for life.