Watching the smile purse on his feature, the feeling of reassurance did grow inside of her. Rather content that at the very least she was able to help out some. Even if it wasn’t so much, talking out what he could, in a sense it did help in making her feel useful and needed. Mainly due to the fact that she had managed to piss off one of her best friends. Who knows, maybe sooner or later he’d come back around and they’d forget things had happened as per usual.
Attempting to give him the best smile that she could pull off for this time and day. Their whole family experience was different. She was the spoiled younger sibling that acted out, Red was the older brother that got acted out on.
"If it helps.. No matter how old we get, we do tend to still need our older siblings." Especially if their relationships were once close.
Breathing tentatively at her response and attempted reassurance, he tried to put aside that wallowing empty feeling and continue on. He needed to clear his reasoning of having come here so randomly, it was probably a bother to have him here anyway. Least, that was his insecure assumptions.
”.. I.. Hope that’s true.” Commenting in a murmured voice. His hues reaching up to glance at the ceiling once more. He was hoping so badly, that indeed, his siblings would still need him around.
"Did.. I ever thank you?" He said this without any real thought process of it. Whatever tidbid of reasoning there was behind it, it would’ve been obvious with their conversation. Had she not decided on a random visit that night, the raven wouldn’t have lived to see the morning. Lived to see his siblings come back, despite his lacking relations with them.