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Love Hurts“Tenzin, son,” Katara began, wringing her hands as she looked over her son. “Are you sure you want to go through with this?”
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Tenzin’s blue eyes met his mother’s with shaky certainty as he swallowed the lump in his throat. He nodded, but the rest of his body didn’t seem to agree with his bobbing head. He stiffened his back, straightened his robes, and cleared his throat.
“Yes, mother. I can’t put this off any longer. Today is the day.”
Katara shivered as her youngest son walked out of the sun drenched hallway and out onto the training pavilion of Air Temple Island. When he met the person standing calmly outside, he looked confident enough from the back, with his shoulders straight and his head high. But the intuition Katara gained the day her children were born tugged at a string in her head telling her other wise.
And of course, she was right.
She just hoped she’d still have a house to live in when all was said and