Ororo just pursed her lips and stared out the window, quite accustomed to Logan's tendency to get irritated so easy and growl out his answers. After seven years she was also used to people remembering how things had been when Charles was there and comparing her ways to his. She always fell short. That was something she'd had to accept as the general opinion a long time ago.
"I mean I need you to be with us and not go off on a vigilante mission as you sometimes tend to do." She sighed and pinched the bridge of her nose. "I already have one person deciding how she's going to handle all of this and I can't..." She stopped, choosing her words carefully, quietly finishing, "I just need you to be here." It had been a good long while since Ororo had any time to step back and just think for herself and she was feeling the effects of it. People thought she wasn't doing a damned thing about anything lately when that couldn't have been farther from the truth. Her frustration building and coming out at Logan wasn't fair.
"I'm sorry," she said at length. "None of that came out the way I meant for it to." It was a small sign of how alone she felt lately, her apologizing. Ororo didn't apologize to anyone easily anymore. "I'm not afraid of her, I just wish she'd let me help her. She's always had such thick walls around everyone. If you can get her here I would appreciate it. I think you could talk her into doing just about anything at one point in time."