WHO: TK and Allana WHAT: Mother/Daughter time because TK isn't going anywhere. WHEN: Thursday 2/24 (backdated because I'm fail) WHERE: We'll see! RATING: PG?
Tenel Ka Djo wanted to be a good mother. It wasn't really all that surprising, was it? She wanted to be a good mother to her teenage daughter. She'd adjusted to the fact that her daughter wasn't the same small child that she had before she had arrived here. Something significant about Tenel Ka was that she had always and she would always take things in stride and she would remain calm. It was something that had always been present in her. She gathered thus far that Allana had seen that even as she had grown up. Tenel Ka wasn't an emotional person, but she did care as to whether or not her own child was comfortable around her. She did want to be around her child. That was the whole reason she had asked Allana whether or not she wanted to do something together. That was the biggest problem that there was about moving in with Jacen. She wasn't in the same proximity to Allana that she had been before.
Honestly, after the big Jaina debacle Tenel Ka almost wanted to suggest that Allana leave the complex as well. People were up in arms over something that she didn't think was a big deal at all. The logical side of her couldn't understand how they could all make the jump from Jaina doing something so simple to needing to keep people with powers in check. It wasn't something that she thought was necessary. The Jedi that were here were more than capable of keeping themselves in line. The only one that might pose any real problems was maybe Jacen. It was possible that Cade also fit into the same category, but he wasn't that much of a problem thus far. The woman just didn't understand the jump or why the emotions of people were coloring the issue so much. Jaina had done something that had helped.
The thoughts swirling in her mind were easy to control as she approached the complex. She was going to spend time with her daughter. She still hadn't quite wrapped her head around the fact that Allana seemed to think she shouldn't be interested in sticking around and spending time with her. Tenel Ka was going to show her daughter that she had no reason to fear her mother being gone and uninterested in what was going on in her life. The Hapan Queen wanted to have her family. She knew that in their own galaxy it was too difficult and had to be done in secret, but here things were different. Here Jacen was different, he was trying. She was giving him a chance too. Here she could freely have her family without the burden of the responsibility that she hadn't wanted in the first place.
Before she even realized it, Tenel Ka was at her daughter's room. Lifting her hand to knock, Tenel Ka spoke up, "Allana, it's your mother." Her tone was matter-of-fact and even; a smile covered her face as she waited on her daughter to answer the door. Maybe this was a good chance, being here. She could be the mother she wanted to be and she could have the family that she was most certainly denied back home.