Marinette, you’ve spent all day at the window. Sabine looks down at her daughter with a small frown. At least find a chair to sit in.
I have a better view from the floor. I put cushions down, don’t worry maman, Marinette signs back.
That’s not exactly what I’m worried about.
Marinette sighs, but forces a smile up at her mother. There’s nothing to worry about.
I know who you’re looking for. Sabine’s expression is soft and understandable, but Marinette still can’t take the accusation hidden in the words.
Marinette’s forced smile crumbles. I’m not looking for anyone. I’m fine. You wanted me to keep off of my leg, didn’t you?
You’re going to waste away. You can’t keep doing nothing.
Keeping herself from wincing, Marinette casts her eyes around the room. It was just a few days ago that she got into a fight with Adrien about doing nothing. And less than two days ago when she both lost her chance to a