I'm really mad at you, Adam. You died before we could fix things between
us. And there's a lot about you that you never trusted us enough to tell
us. I wish you were here to answer my questions. I wish you were her so I
could let you know that no matter how mad at you I am. . . I still love
you, and think of you as my second father. I have no idea how things will
work out with my birth father. I'm mad at myself that the last time we
talked was to argue.
Emma, you I can't be mad at. You were a sister and best friend rolled into
one. I'll miss that. I'll miss our late night girl talks. I'll miss going
shopping with you. I'll miss a lot of things, but mostly I'll miss you.
OK. I'm not seeing dead people, I'm talking to them. Even if I'm not
speaking aloud, just in my thoughts. This really is crazy. But that fits
since the world seems to have gone crazy. I think I really would go crazy
without Brennan, and Jesse. Jess has always been the stable one. But he's
hurting too. It's not fair to expect him to hold the rest of us together.
As I look at this ring it's hard to believe Emma will never wear it again.
That she won't come back in the door and say it was all a mistake. And as
mad as I am at Adam, I'm going to miss him terribly. Who am I trying to
kid? Going to? I already do.
No matter what happened at the end, you took me in and helped me heal. You
taught me what my powers were and how to control them. And I think you did
love me as your daughter. That has to count for something. I have to
believe that counts for something. Just wish I knew what. But I'm wishing a
lot of things lately.
I guess it's time. Time to put your rig by your names. Jesse did a good job
of carving them. This just feels so final. Putting the ring on the small
ledge. Seeing the names carved into the mountain. But I guess I always knew
our story couldn't have a happy ending. Not in this world. And it fells
like the story has ended. I suppose we're writing a new one know. Different
characters, different world. At least it will be a world without Mason
Eckart. I just hate that the price was so high.