Who:Clark and Kon What:THINGS! When:Today Where:Connor's place. Warning:TBA
Kon didn't remember much of the day before past the return of Grace. Probably because he hadn't seen it. His day had been spent in darkness, either sleeping or awake. He wasn't sure the difference between either just yet. Both were loud. Though sleeping was a little quieter. He couldn't hear all the concerned tones or feel the worried stares passed his way. He knew he'd fucked up. He knew he'd misjudged what he was capable of. He paid the ultimate price in his sight, and nobody in that moment probably could have felt like more of a moron then he did right then. So he slept. At least he pretended to sleep. He didn't mean to insult anyone or worry them more by sleeping so much, but he didn't want to deal with it. He was still trying to figure out how to deal with the fact that he was blind now. That this wasn't just some temporary nightmare, and it was real.
Heaven had burned him.
It was real.
He'd tried to open his eyes so many times already he was only growing more frustrated when met with various shades of gray. But he didn't move from the heat lamps. He just lie there, not wanting to face the horde of concerned bodies. The hovering was becoming a bit much for him. He was blind, not incompetent. Well maybe a little. At least he felt incompetent. He almost would have rather being alone in that hotel room with Cas. It would have been easier.
He'd worked so hard not to be seen as just some dumb kid, and in all of five seconds he felt like he ruined that. All because he felt a need to make sure Cas was okay. He'd stayed because he worried. He opened his eyes because he couldn't feel anything. Nothing like Cas had said, that he might feel that the Grace wasn't of Earth. But he hadn't.
In his stupid moment his entire life had changed, and as he lie there he only had himself to blame. He wasn't hungry, he didn't even try to find the tv. He just lie in the bed he'd stolen from Connor, watching his world of darkness and filling the silence with noise from headphones he'd been given. Much of the time he didn't leave the room, he just didn't feel like it.