Thank you love. She lowered her hand to the brown-blue's head and gently rubbed his headknobs. The dragon hummed then before Suri found a place to take a seat. She was weak still, but the walking and fresh air was a nice thing. Something that she missed. Since she was feeling well enough to not only care for her self but for Lamassuth as well, Sul'tek had been sent back to his daily duties.
She wouldn't lie, she liked not having him constantly hovering over her to make sure she was okay. She understood why he felt the way that he did, but the being alone with her dragon was much needed. She needed to be able to bond with him correctly, something that had been robbed of her when they impressed upon one another. But there was still the factor that she was relearning how to close her mind to all of the other dragons on the weyr. Their voices were loud, and there seemed to be one louder than the others at the moment.
Placing her fingers upon her temples, she sighed and softly rubbed her temples while Lamassuth laid by her feet, worry in his eyes.