Pru shook her head at Kami's response - kids. Prudence didn't really have a lot of good things to say about kids, never having had a good experience with one. Well, then again, she'd not necessarily had a bad experience with children, but everything about being young was colored by her experiences growing up. She bit back a laugh, however, at the grandiose gesture with which Kami hung the picture on the wall.
"I completely understand you." Prudence put two more photos up - each of her in college, looking extremely recent because, well, they were - and took a step back to look over the entire wall. It was far from filled, but Prudence was hoping to fix that. It was a way of forcing herself to get out and about, meet people, do things. There would be no holing up in her apartment, no hiding away from the world as she used to.
"It's like...this is going to sound so cliche, but like you were meant to do it. I mean, not like I was meant to fake people's deaths and injuries... Hah, yeah. I'm just going to pretend I didn't say that." But she knew she was meant for something in particular. That had to be the reason why she had this ability. This gift, this curse, whatever one wanted to call it.
"Thanks for helping out," she ended with, turning her head to look at Kami.